"It's my turn. It's my turn. I only need one swing," Will Smith quipped after Jason swung his golf club and knocked out his two front teeth.
Katie Hill Lost Her Job in a Flurry of Leaked Nudes and Tabloid Headlines. Now She’s Telling Her Story
The former congresswoman talks rebuilding her life, abuses of power, and Gossip Girl.
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'You better watch out if Trump is reelected': Critics warn new executive orders will 'defund' Medicare and social security
Donald Trump’s new executive orders faced swift backlash from Democrats — and even some Republicans — as lawmakers said the president was attempting to unconstitutionally bypass Congress after coronavirus relief negotiations stalled on Capitol Hill.Critics decried the president latest measures, which he announced on Saturday from his golf club in New Jersey after the US Senate hit an impasse on the negotiations for a new coronavirus relief package.
People are just realizing that both of Rita Ora's parents are white, and now she's being accused of 'blackfishing'
The 29-year-old British singer is Albanian, but has repeatedly worn Black hairstyles, like cornrows and box braids.
The MTA shared they are "investigating" the situation
Fauci tells Americans to be mindful of these important limitations about any future coronavirus vaccine
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for the last three decades and an expert on pandemics for the last four decades, has been optimistic on a vaccine arriving at the end of 2020 or in early 2021, but he has also cautioned the public on their expectations for the effectiveness of any vaccine that is developed. “The chances of it being 98% are not great, which means you must never abandon the public-health approach,” Fauci told a recent live streamed Q&A hosted by Brown University. “You've got to think of a vaccine as a tool to be able to get a pandemic to no longer be a pandemic, but to be something that's well-controlled.”
It's a seemingly innocuous thought that can wind up having major consequences for equality in the workplace, as a new report from the nonprofit Center for Talent Innovation shows. Researchers from the nonprofit think tank asked white, straight, cisgender men with white-collar jobs in the US about their views on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Far more white men thought that DEI was at least somewhat important (48%), and 42% thought it was very important.