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The Carpetbagger: Who’s Better Suited for Award Season Than Richard E. Grant?

The actor is earning — and savoring — Oscar buzz for the first time in his career, for his work in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

VoA /
Virgin Galactic's New Flight Test to Soar Closer to Edge of Space

Virgin Galactic is preparing for a new flight test Thursday that aims to fly higher and faster than before toward the edge of space. The U.S. company run by British tycoon Richard Branson is aiming to be the first to take tourists on brief trips into microgravity. Virgin Galactic's fourth flight test on the VSS Unity is scheduled for Thursday, ...

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"Bigger Is Better!" Model Natasha Crown Reveals She Wants the "World's Biggest Bum" on Botched

For model Natasha Crown, "bigger is better." In this clip from Thursday's all-new Botched, the Serbian-born looker reveals all about her quest for ...

VoA /
'A Star Is Born' Tops SAG Awards Nominations, Snubs Abound

"A Star Is Born" led nominations for the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nods including best ensemble on Wednesday, firmly establishing ...

Virgin Galactic aims to reach space soon with tourism rocket

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic gearing up to finally send its tourism rocket ship to the edge of space

USA Today /
Family seeks Guinness World Record by visiting every U.S. National Park

The Maitland family from Michigan is on a quest to visit all 417 U.S. National Parks and enter the Guinness Book of World Records.        

NY Times /
Senator Asks F.B.I. to Investigate U.S.O.C. and U.S.A. Gymnastics

Senator Richard Blumenthal’s request came a day after a report that examined who knew what, and when, in the Larry Nassar scandal.

Boeing launches business jet capable of world's longest flight

Boeing unveils its newest line of business jets. The company says the BBJ 777X jet will let VIP travelers to fly nonstop between "any two cities on Earth."

Boeing launches record-breaking plane

Boeing has unveiled its newest line of business jets, which the company says will allow VIP travelers to fly non-stop between "any two cities on ...

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Remains of US Revolutionary War frigate discovered off UK coast

The remains of the famous Revolutionary War frigate USS Bonhomme Richard have been discovered off the coast of the U.K., more than 200 years after it ...

Clark responds: Seahawks' Sherman era over

Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark says the Richard Sherman era in Seattle is over.

Engadget /
How Rivian is building the longest lasting batteries in the EV business

The Rivian R1T "adventure vehicle" made headlines and dropped jaws when it was revealed at the 2018 LA Auto Show last month, namely because nobody has ever really tried to make an all-electric pickup for the US market before. Much less one with more...

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Seahawks' Frank Clark: Richard Sherman and his era are 'over'

Frank Clark had a pointed response for former teammate Richard Sherman, who said the Seahawks were "kind of middle of the road.'        

Europe could 'infect us': Richard Fisher on risks to the economy

Richard Fisher, a senior advisor at Barclays and former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, says his "biggest fear right now" is bad credit in Europe impacting the United States.

So long to the little four of men's tennis

Sure, they have not disappeared from the game for good, but no more will we be talking about David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and ...

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Charlottesville: jury to recommend sentence for James Fields

White nationalist convicted of first-degree murder in death of Heather Heyer faces 20 years to life in prisonA man convicted of first-degree murder ...

VoA /
Artificial Dyes Fading, But Food Will Still Get Color Boosts

Many companies including McDonald's and Kellogg are purging artificial colors from their foods, but don't expect your cheeseburgers or cereal to look much different. Colors send important signals about food, and companies aren't going to stop playing into those perceptions.   What's accepted as normal can change, too, and vary by region. Up ...

Fantasy Football Week 14 reactions and Week 15 early waiver wire: Can Cam Newton turn it around?

Miss anything on Sunday? Dave Richard catches you up on everything you need to know, with an eye toward the Week 15 waiver wire.

The Guardian /
John Kelly is just the latest victim of Trump's dumpster fire of calamities | Richard Wolffe

The chief of staff is fired or retired or whatever. The only certainty is that another enabler has been brutally tossed asideIt has been a busy few days for Donald Trump. A new attorney general here, a new UN ambassador there. All that legal stuff about his felonies in the 2016 election and “synergy” with the Russian government. Related: Trump 'at ...

The longest hatred: Anti-Semitism on the rise

Hate incidents targeting Jews, involving vandalism, online attacks, incitements to violence and mass shootings, have increased dramatically – and the ...

The Wall Street Journal /
E-Commerce Companies Get Creative in Quest for 'Last Mile' Space

From tents on vacant suburban lots to a parking garage converted for package handling underneath Chicago’s Millennium Park, companies are getting ...

WATCH: Pancho Claus shows the spirit of Christmas to children in need in his community

Richard Reyes began hearing stories about kids in his community that were too sad to be happy about Christmas and set out to change that situation by ...

NY Times /
Sporting: The Tao of Gravity

All martial arts are a quest for beauty and transcendence. I found those not in doing karate but rather having karate done to me.

NY Times /
Derrick Henry’s 99-Yard Touchdown Highlights Record-Setting Day

The Tennessee Titans running back had topped 200 rushing yards and four touchdowns in just three quarters, and he tied Tony Dorsett's record for longest touchdown run.

Why the stock market is freaking out

Extreme fear is once again sending Wall Street into chaos. Investors are debating whether the longest bull market in American history is nearing an end or just taking a breather.

Engadget /
Behind the quest to control a wheelchair with a smile

Facial recognition software has earned a difficult reputation over the past few years, what with its massive privacy implications and ease of being misused by governments and retailers alike, but the technology has just as many beneficial ...

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