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Frozen II and 12 Bridges go head-to-head at box office

When Disney announced that the long-awaited sequel to the 2013 mega-mega hit Frozen was going to be released on Nov. 22, it was a warning to the rest of Hollywood: Elsa and Anna have staked their claim to this date, […]

Frozen II and 12 Bridges go head-to-head at box office

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When Disney announced that the long-awaited sequel to the 2013 mega-mega hit Frozen was going to be released on Nov. 22, it was a warning to the rest of Hollywood: Elsa and Anna have staked their claim to this date, […]

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Pain and depression: What came first?

Recently, I was talking with a friend about the challenges that come with living with depression and chronic pain. I was mentioning how both have been a life-long struggle

Heavenly cruise day 4: Halloween at sea

Last night we eased our way out of the port of Ensenada and headed out to the vast blue Pacific Ocean. One of the many delights of every cruise

Death penalty horror: Stark disparities in media and activist attention

On November 12, intrepid abolitionist Sister Helen Prejean tweeted to her legions of followers: “What do Sen. Ted Cruz, Gigi Hadid, Kim Kardashian, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and me all

Senate acts to protect right whales

WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation held a markup on S. 2453, the Scientific Assistance for Very Endangered (SAVE) Right Whales Act

Ford v Ferrari: Close to firing on all cylinders

3 out of 4 stars Christian Bale and Mat Damon come pretty close to firing on all cylinders in Ford v Ferrari, which is as much about their teaming to

Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

After a full and very fun day on Catalina Island it was time to get back aboard the beautiful Carnival Cruise ship Inspiration and begin our journey south crossing

Jimmy Gomez supports the Green New Deal and wants to know what you think

Rep Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) sent this email message to his constituents and supporters that he believes are concerned about the future of the planet. I believe climate change is the

Trent Lott believes lawmakers will avoid government shutdown

WASHINGTON DC— Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott said he expects lawmakers on Capitol Hill to reach an agreement to fund the government by the time current appropriations expire

Alabama’s contract to gas humans to death is shrouded in sick secrecy

For $25,000, Alabama’s Attorney General Steve Marshall has contracted with Tennessee company “FDR Safety,” to assist Alabama in developing a barbaric new protocol – to execute its death row prisoners, whom

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