Thomasin McKenzie and Alex Wolff star in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Old.” Universal M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film “Old” has no shortage of intrigue and suspense, but fails to live up to the director’s previous work, critics say. His latest thriller follows a family of four, Guy (Gael Garcia Bernal), Prisca (Vicky Krieps) and their children,
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Can’t those hateful transphobes just get over themselves? Transgender activists just want to live and let live, right? They just want to make sure that transgender people can use whatever restrooms they want, without bothering anyone, right? Well, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling might have some words to say about that. On Monday, Rowling shared a
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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis sent a letter to the State Board Administration on Thursday requesting action be taken against Ben & Jerry’s over their decision to boycott “Occupied Palestinian Territory,” Fox Business reported. The governor asked the brand and their parent company, Unilever, be placed on the “Continued Examination Companies that Boycott Israel List”
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Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Alexandra, and Michael discuss the battle over the January 6th committee appointees, pessimism over the impending infrastructure bill, and Mississippi’s powerful brief on Roe. Listen below, or follow this show on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or Spotify. Your browser does not support the HTML5 Audio element.
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The Chinese government criticized NBC for showing an “incomplete map” of the country during its Olympics opening ceremony, an apparent reference to the fact that NBC’s map did not include the island of Taiwan or the South China Sea, both of which are disputed territories that are claimed by China. According to Reuters, as delegations
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The Capitol building at sunrise in Washington, D.C., January 11, 2021 (Erin Scott/Reuters) 2013—Senate Democrats expedite a confirmation hearing for President Obama’s controversial D.C. Circuit nominee, left-wing Georgetown law professor Cornelia Pillard, whom one former colleague describes as “Reinhardt in a skirt, but less moderate.” (The reference is to Ninth Circuit judge Stephen Reinhardt, who
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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky attends a press conference in Tallinn, Estonia, November 26, 2019. (Ints Kalnins / Reuters) Deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman is leading a U.S. delegation to “strategic stability” talks with Russia in Geneva on July 28, the State Department said in a statement today. Sherman’s upcoming travels come as no surprise,
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In a letter to International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, several lawmakers on the Congressional-Executive Commission on China are calling for the IOC to postpone the upcoming 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and ultimately move the games elsewhere if the Chinese government does not alter its behavior. “We are writing to ask the International Olympic Committee
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in before testifying during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., September 27, 2018. (Win McNamee/Reuters) In an interview with National Review, a former senior official in the White House counsel’s office confirmed much of John McCormack’s reporting on Senate Democrats’ latest attempt to damage the reputation of Justice Brett
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The Biden administration called it an “error” to promote a guide by a group espousing critical race theory in an Education Department handbook meant for use in over 13,000 public school districts on recommendations and policies for school reopenings, Fox News reported. The activist group, Abolitionist Teaching Network, has connections to at least two high-ranking officials in
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At the Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Down Tuesday went a rare thing: a genuine friend of Donald Trump’s. The ex-president has racked up much in his seven-plus decades: riches and fame beyond imagination, business bankruptcies, an impossible White House tenure, wives, bitter enemies, one escape after another. Through
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In this article SAM Boston Beer CEO David Burwick said Friday the company was surprised by the disappointing second-quarter sales of its Truly hard seltzer, telling CNBC in an interview that management does not “look very smart” after its prior forecast. “The trade-off from grocery and liquor store purchase and consuming at home to bars during
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Univision continues to advocate for a filibuster-proof budget reconciliation as the means to legalize millions of undocumented immigrants (see here and here). The latest push comes as Univision kicks off its newscast with the meeting between Vice President Kamala Harris and immigration activists over DACA. Watch as anchor Patricia Janiot frames the report early on:
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