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Disney’s Newest Bait & Switch

Disney’s streaming service, which is launching next week and had said it will be ad-free, will carry a one-time promotion for the cable channel Starz. Disney will show the promotion after the sign-up process, a Disney spokesperson told CNBC on Tuesday. Subscribers after the Nov. 12 launch will see the promotion only once. Those who subscribe before the launch will ...

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Sharon Osbourne Rips Kelly Clarkson

Sharon Osbourne went after John Legend and Kelly Clarkson for re-recording the song “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” “The Voice” coaches announced last week that they’re recording a new version of the 1944 classic, written by Frank Loesser, after some say its lyrics have grown problematic over the years over the notion of consent. But Osbourne said on “The Talk” Monday that the notion ...

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Video Game Sued For Being Too Addictive

The maker of Fortnite may face a class-action lawsuit in Canada after two parents of teenage sons alleged last week the company purposely designed the multiplayer video game to be as addictive as cocaine, according to reports. The Montreal-based law firm, Calex Légal, filed a motion in Quebec Superior Court Thursday on behalf of two parents who approached the firm separately about ...

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What You Need To Know Ahead Of This Year’s Flu Season

A surge in influenza cases in Australia and at least three deaths in the U.S. in recent weeks have some physicians worried that this year’s flu season could be a bad one for Americans. Though public health officials say they don’t know yet whether the 2019-2020 season will be worse than usual, they are still urging people to get their ...

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Democrats Are Desperate To Win Elections… And It Shows

Democrats are so determined to win control of America that they don’t care what they have to do or how legal, ethical or hypocritical it is. Over the past few years, I’ve written a number of reports that detail a number of voter fraud instances all perpetrated by Democrats. It was found that some Democratic voter registration people were providing ...

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‘Game of Thrones’ prequels coming to HBO

Game of Thrones is over, but the world of Westeros lives on, in the form of multiple spinoff series in various stages of development. Not even a polarizing final season that drew mixed reviews from critics and fans has dampened fan enthusiasm for the spinoffs, which will bring to life more stories from George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy book series, ...

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Serious Health Issues Caused By Tattoos

If you clicked on this story, you likely either have or are thinking about getting some ink. It might be your first embellishment (in tattoo-speak, you’re a tenderfoot), or maybe it’s your sixth (on your way to being a showcase). And you’re part of a massive trend. Nearly four in 10 millennials ages 18 to 29 have a tattoo; half ...

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The Morning Show Explores Abuses of Power, But Not Really

In Ronan Farrow’s book Catch and Kill, which details how the former NBC News correspondent pieced together his Pulitzer-winning reporting about Harvey Weinstein, the first menacing figure we meet isn’t actually Weinstein. It’s Matt Lauer. Farrow’s reporting took place (about a year) before allegations of sexual assault would be leveled against the venerable Today Show anchor. At the beginning of ...

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Apple TV’s Star Studded Debut

The reviews are in for Apple TV+’s first wave of original shows, headlined by its A-list tentpole The Morning Show. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell, the 10-episode drama follows a morning news program thrown into disarray after lead anchor Mitch Kessler (Carell) is accused of sexual assault and fired from the show, leaving his longtime partner Alex ...

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How Democrats Hurt Human Rights

According to Dictionary.com, human rights is defined as: Fundamental rights, especially those believed to belong to an individual and in whose exercise a government may not interfere, as the rights to speak, associate, work, etc.  The Cambridge Dictionary online defines human rights as: The basic rights to fair and moral treatment that every person is believed to have. Who isn’t ...

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