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Harrison Ford joins Captain America 4

Harrison Ford joins Captain America 4

Ford will make his first appearance as the character in ‘Captain America: New World Order.’
8 facts about Breast Cancer National Mammography Day

8 facts about Breast Cancer National Mammography Day

An estimated 28,600 woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year, it is important for everyone to educate themselves.
Mastercard to help banks offer Cryptocurrency trading to their clients

Mastercard to help banks offer Cryptocurrency trading to their clients

Mastercard is announcing a new program where it will serve as a “bridge” between crypto trading platform Paxos and banks.
James Corden was temporarily banned from NYC restaurant for abusive behavior

James Corden was temporarily banned from NYC restaurant for abusive behavior

Keith McNally, the owner of Balthazar in New York City, took to Instagram on Oct. 17 to let the public know why he had to “86” Corden from his establishment.
Kanye West to buy conservative social media platform Parler

Kanye West to buy conservative social media platform Parler

Rapper was booted off Twitter and Instagram for antisemitic posts
Robbie Coltrane, ‘Harry Potter’ Star, dead at 72

Robbie Coltrane, ‘Harry Potter’ Star, dead at 72

Coltrane, who portrayed Hagrid in ‘Harry Potter,’ died on today (Oct. 14)
Jamaica bans broadcasts that glorify drugs or crime

Jamaica bans broadcasts that glorify drugs or crime

Jamaica’s government says that music and TV broadcasts that, “could give the wrong impression that criminality is an accepted feature of Jamaican culture and society” are now banned.
French writer Annie Ernaux awarded Nobel Prize in literature

French writer Annie Ernaux awarded Nobel Prize in literature

STOCKHOLM (AP) — French author Annie Ernaux, who has fearlessly mined her own biography to explore life in France since the 1940s, won this year’s Nobel Prize in literature Thursday for work that illuminates murky corners of memory, family and society.
Lawsuit settled, film may resume after Alec Baldwin shooting

Lawsuit settled, film may resume after Alec Baldwin shooting

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on the set of the film “Rust” has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the actor and the movie’s producers, and producers aim to restart the project in January despite unresolved workplace safety sanctions.
VIDEO: World Record attempt for largest dog wedding falls short

VIDEO: World Record attempt for largest dog wedding falls short

66 dog couples gathered in Illinois
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