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Women also protested in support of the so-called "MeToo" movement, where women have come forward with accusations of sexual abuse and harassment in the workplace. "My 401 (k) and my 403 have soared, and if anybody doesn't realize that, they've been asleep for a year", said Miller, a 50-year-old emergency room nurse from Audubon, Pennsylvania, referring to her retirement accounts' growth in a booming stock market".
  • HBO Releases 'Paterno' Movie Trailer on Penn State Scandal Starring Al Pacino

    HBO Releases 'Paterno' Movie Trailer on Penn State Scandal Starring Al Pacino

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    He becomes "embroiled in Penn State's Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal, challenging his legacy and forcing him to face questions of institutional failure regarding the victims". "It truly is a tragedy". Levinson added on HBO's Medium account that the film doesn't "follow an agenda" and leaves the viewer to decide. He knew there were rumors.
  • Breastfeeding for 6 months cuts diabetes risk in half

    Breastfeeding for 6 months cuts diabetes risk in half

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    According to its authors, the work was conducted in more than 1,200 women between 18 and 30 years old, who participated in a series of observations between 1985 and 2015. The study wasn't a controlled experiment created to prove whether or how breastfeeding duration might impact the odds of developing diabetes. The research appears in JAMA Internal Medicine journal.
  • The meaning behind Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter's name revealed

    The meaning behind Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter's name revealed

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    Kardashian revealed the news on her official app as Chicago West , per MMAjunkie . The reality TV star and her husband, rapper Kanye West, welcomed their third child on Monday via a surrogate . "Since we implanted my fertilized egg in our gestational carrier, our baby is biologically mine and Kanye's ". "I'm so grateful for modern technology and that this is even possible".
  • AJC Urges EU Ministers to Denounce Incendiary Abbas Statements on Israel

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    There could be several factors at play in Trump's decision to accelerate the move. Still, Jordan's king faces a particular conundrum, as U.S. CAIRO | Vice President Mike Pence lands in Cairo for the first leg of his Mideast tour on Saturday with a scaled-back itinerary that reflects a changed Middle East diplomatic landscape in the wake of President Trump's decision to move the U.S.
  • How Chris Hemsworth Feels About His Marvel Contract Ending

    How Chris Hemsworth Feels About His Marvel Contract Ending

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    There are 76 cast members or something like that. Regardless, Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios certainly took a creative risk when they set up a shared cinematic universe that would merge together multiple stories, characters, and films-and the culmination of that pioneering move is almost upon us.
  • No. 2 Roger Federer handles heat, cruises at Aussie Open

    No. 2 Roger Federer handles heat, cruises at Aussie Open

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    The 19-time major victor says the current agreement is a good one, but it has run its course and time was right for players to get together and seek pay increases. But she made a meal of it against local hope Destanee Aiava. It is her most successful Grand Slam, but after an injury-marred lead-up to the tournament she fell, 6-4, 7-5, to the 123rd-ranked Pera, who is playing her first Australian Open.
  • Rogerer Federer vs Jan-Lennard Struff Australian Open 2018 Live

    Rogerer Federer vs Jan-Lennard Struff Australian Open 2018 Live

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    However, according to the Telegraph's Simon Briggs , the prize money dished out is only around seven per cent of the income the Grand Slam receives-with the same going for Wimbledon, the U.S. "I felt the pain but I didn't think about it", said Halep, who will next face American Lauren Davies. Federer's insight came across with such a fluent, down-to-earth ease that I started to wonder if his post-tennis career would involve becoming President of Switzerland.
  • 'Entire aisles are empty': Whole Foods food shortages anger customers, workers

    'Entire aisles are empty': Whole Foods food shortages anger customers, workers

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    Whole Foods employees say the system is too stringent and failing to meet demand, and that managers who have excess stock are subject to warnings and even dismissal from the company. The new setup supposedly caps inventory at "enough product to keep the shelf full and no extra", which employees say in some cases amounts to 25 percent of what they used to get.
  • Zimbabwe opposition party leader killed in New Mexico crash

    Zimbabwe opposition party leader killed in New Mexico crash

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    They too were friends with Burnett. Her mother says she has been hospitalized with broken bones. A former farmer whose property was seized by the Mugabe regime as part of a controversial land reform program, Bennett became the best known white opposition figure in the party, working closely with Tsvangirai before they later fell out.
  • Trump ends first year with lowest approval of any modern president

    Trump ends first year with lowest approval of any modern president

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    Ronny Jackson revealing that the president scored a ideal 30/30 on his cognitive test. "I'll let you be the judge". "I just wish he used it productively to make deals with Congress!" "No, he does not have heart disease", Jackson responded, adding "the one that stands out more than anything to me is [the president's] cardiac health".
  • The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale Teaser from Netflix

    The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale Teaser from Netflix

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    Joel McHale is going back to where he just seems at home: in front of a green screen. Netflix premieres The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale , a weekly topical series, Sunday, Feb. In addition to McHale and Feig, EP's include KP Anderson, Jessie Henderson, Brad Stevens, and Boyd Vico. "It's a fast and amusing distillation of everything people are talking about that week".
  • About Time: Facebook Appoints Their First Non-White Board Member

    About Time: Facebook Appoints Their First Non-White Board Member

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    Chenault will be appointed to the Facebook board of directors , effective February 5th, 2017 which also happens to be the day when the site turns 14 years old. The underrepresentation of Blacks in the executive suite and corporate boardrooms of Silicon Valley's finest companies is a huge problem, having created an industry dominated by white male hegemony.
  • Reailty TV star to face 15 years in JAIL

    Reailty TV star to face 15 years in JAIL

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    Sorrentino didn't comment as he left court. Sorrentino, 35, had faced 15 years in prison if convicted of the charges. The charge he pleaded guilty to carries a maximum of five years in prison but his attorney, Henry Klingeman, told reporters after the hearing he hopes his client avoids jail time.
  • Dolly Parton Earns Two Guinness World Records Honors

    Dolly Parton Earns Two Guinness World Records Honors

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    Over the past seven decades, Parton has brought unimaginable joy to her fellow humans, whether she's making lovely country music, starring in cinematic masterpieces like Rhinestone and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas , posting uplifting messages on her social media, or playing a tiny saxophone (as pictured above).
  • Olympic champ Simone Biles says she was abused by doctor

    Olympic champ Simone Biles says she was abused by doctor

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    In the letter, Nassar claimed he was anxious about his mental stability and his ability to handle hearing more victim impact statements . Judge Rosemarie Aquilina told Nassar's victims that "his story will end in prison". Maroney's statement is one of almost a hundred that were submitted and read in court over the last few days. Maroney first came forward in October about how she'd been repeatedly sexually abused by Nassar over the course of several years.
  • Release of 'Padman' postponed to Feb 9

    Release of 'Padman' postponed to Feb 9

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    Asked why " Pad Man " had to shift and not " Padmaavat ", Kumar said: "They have a reason to release it this time". "It's said that Akshay has a given a thought about the same and may consider Bhansali's request". Their stake is much higher than mine. It said that film can be released in every Indian state as it is cleared by the Censor Board. PadMan is the life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, the man who came up with a machine for manufacturing sanitary napkins in rural India.