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John Oliver Opens an Honest Conversation About Coal and Miners in

John Oliver Opens an Honest Conversation About Coal and Miners in

Oliver used the main segment of Last Week Tonight yesterday to expose numerous uncomfortable truths behind the fall of the coal industry-like that deregulation is less to blame than market forces like natural gas. The comedian just wants to see Trump start telling to the truth to miners because it's likely the jbos they once had will not be returning. "An honest conversation about coal and its miners needs to be had, and we should neither cease nor desist from having it". Read More

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'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' at box office

With this weekend's grosses, Universal has reached $3 billion at the worldwide box office , and $2 billion at the global box office - both milestones in record time for the studio. "It's worth pursuing because the creative possibilities are endless". Lesson learned: Fear the walking dead. His thriller, one of the widest openings yet for "Moonlight" distributor A24, sold a modest $6 million in tickets. Read More

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Teacher suspended after pro-Trump yearbook photos altered

Teacher suspended after pro-Trump yearbook photos altered

He also complained that other students' attire wasn't censored, including photos of shirts with images of the New Jersey Devils, Led Zeppelin, Reagan-Bush and, in past yearbooks , President Barack Obama . "Indeed, the administration applauds students for becoming involved in politics, making their voices known, and taking an active part in our democracy", Dyer wrote. Read More

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Megyn Kelly says important to 'shine a light' on Alex Jones

The man was allegedly a follower of Jones. And family members of some of the 26 people who were killed in the Sandy Hook massacre are furious. "When you say parents faked their children's death, people get very angry", Kelly asks. "You should be ashamed of yourselves for allowing this behavior". "They are trying to get first interviews with Kathy Griffin ", the comedian who created a scandal when she held up a fake severed Trump head, "and the first interview with Arianna ... Read More

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Adam West, star of hit TV series 'Batman', dies at 88

Adam West, star of hit TV series 'Batman', dies at 88

There are no words to describe how much we'll miss him. The thought of playing Batman was so intrinsic to West that he considered himself to be an automatic choice to reprise the role in Tim Burton's film version. He added: I think they recognised that in me from what they'd seen me do before. There was a time when Batman really kept me from getting some pretty good roles, and I was asked to do what I figured were important features. Read More

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The Clooney Twins are

The Clooney Twins are "Beautiful" and Have Dark Hair, Says George's Dad

Clooney previously joked in interviews that he wanted to name the twins after his company, but lucky for them, their mother nipped that idea in the bud! She picked out organic cotton onesies - grey with bears and mint with rabbits. The 56-year-old actor's One Fine Day daughter, Mae Whitman, took to Twitter on Tuesday to congratulate her onscreen dad on his "new additions" alongside an adorable throwback pic from the set of the 1996 film. Read More

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Gregg Allman's manager on details of singer's final days, album

Gregg Allman's manager on details of singer's final days, album

Fans have been asked to stay away from the ceremony in the late star's native Macon. Gregg Allman , whose soulful vocals made the Allman Brothers Band one of rock's top acts in the 1970s, has died at the age of 69. "This police man that Gregg obviously knew came up and started going, 'Gregg it's time to go.' And Gregg kind of leaned over and said, 'Billy just a little longer please, '" said Walker. Read More

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Gal Gadot: Wonder Woman Versus Superman? Sure!

Gal Gadot: Wonder Woman Versus Superman? Sure!

Most lists would likely include a pioneering role model (Golda Meir), a supermodel who once dated Leonardo DiCaprio (Bar Refaeli), its seeming prime minister for life (Benjamin Netanyahu), a politician with insane hair (David Ben-Gurion), a war hero with a pirate-style eye patch (Moshe Dayan) and a virtuoso violinist (Itzhak Perlman). Read More

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Ex-Senate staffer: Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning has died

Ex-Senate staffer: Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning has died

Mr. Bunning was one of only 18 Major. Bunning made brief stops with the Pirates and Dodgers before finishing his career with two seasons in Philadelphia. Bunning's contributions to the game speak for themselves. The following year, Bunning, who played baseball during an era marked by low wages and an open devotion to the game, introduced a bill to crack down on performance-enhancing drugs in pro sports. Read More

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CBN all set to impress Amit Shah

CBN all set to impress Amit Shah

Rao also said that in spite of several visits to New Delhi, the high court (of Judicature for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) is yet to be bifurcated. After former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. He said that Jan Sangh made a beginning with just 10 members and today BJP has become the world's biggest party with 11 crore members. He said that the special category status was not possible as the 14th Finance Commission had recommended against it and wanted the people to understand the difficulties. Read More

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