17 January 2020, Friday News

17 January 2020, Friday

Sony Aims to Spark 'Bad Boys' Revival With Sequel Marketing

'One last time' is the dominant theme of the promotional campaign.

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'grown-ish' and 'Good Trouble' renewed at Freeform

grown-ish and Good Trouble renewed at Freeform

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Justices to consider faithless electors, ahead of 2020 vote

Supreme Court to decide whether Electoral College voters are required to support the presidential candidate who wins state.

1 person, 1 vote. Counties, States, North, South, East, West mean nothing in a true democracy.
Ah, the state plot to subvert the electoral college that I heard about. The court’s taking action? Groovy.

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‘Grown-ish,’ ‘Good Trouble’ Renewed at Freeform

‘Grown-ish,’ ‘Good Trouble’ Renewed at Freeform

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Alex Jones makes honest parenting admission: 'Going to work for a break'

Alex Jones makes honest parenting admission: 'Going to work for a break'

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Freeform Orders Drama ‘Last Summer’ With Jessica Biel Producing

Freeform Orders Drama ‘Last Summer’ With Jessica Biel Producing

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$8 Billion Verdict in Drug Lawsuit Is Reduced to $6.8 Million

A Philadelphia judge lowered the damages in a case that claimed Johnson & Johnson played down the risks of an antipsychotic drug.

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'Grown-ish,' 'Good Trouble' Renewed as Freeform Adds Jessica Biel Thriller 'Last Summer'

The Disney-owned cable network also announced that Josh Thomas' buzzy comedy 'Everything's Gonna Be Okay' will get a special airing on FX.

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Iran Supreme Leader Ayatalloh Ali Khamenei says attack against US military base was a “strike at America’s track record as a superpower'\n

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatalloh Ali Khamenei led prayers Friday for the first time in eight years.

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Court to look anew at health care law birth control rules

The Supreme Court will consider allowing the Trump administration to enforce rules that allow more employers to deny insurance coverage for contraceptives to women.

Pray for RBG and Sotomayor
Are you suggesting it would be against the law to take contraceptives or that tax payers wont pay for it?

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