Jan. 19, 2020
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Major studios are once again preparing for the Writers Guild of America to strike, but much has changed since the last walkout in 2007-2008.
Rick Singer’s pitch was simple: For a fee he could help get children of affluent parents spots on athletic teams, even if they didn’t play the sport.
But there could be other tax implications you haven’t considered. Also, a reader’s complicated Social Security claiming plan could spell trouble.
President Trump’s legal team accused House Democrats of trying to overturn the 2016 election in an angry response Saturday to the impeachment trial summons issued by the Senate.
The allegations against Harvey Weinstein are now set to culminate in a trial that is undoubtedly a landmark case for women’s rights. But despite the potential for a life sentence, advocates contend that the trial is just one milestone in a long crusade for systemic, lasting change.
Azaria says he has no plans to continue voicing the character. But that isn’t to say the Indian immigrant convenience store owner Azaria brought alive for 30 years won’t live on.
The Recording Academy places President and CEO Deborah Dugan on administrative leave with the Grammy Awards fast approaching. Insiders trade accusations.
Frank Cruz always told other people’s stories. Now, he tells all in his memoir about his days as a reporter, Telemundo co-founder and everything in between. He carved paths for others along the way.
Pretty soon, LeBron will pass Kobe for third on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. For Bryant, it will be something to celebrate.
The Las Vegas Raiders certainly has a ring to it and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell noted the possibility of Las Vegas hosting the Super Bowl.
Santa Anita has its third and fourth horse deaths since the new meeting started but still trails last year’s pace. Both horses died on the turf.
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