• Prince Philip admitted to hospital for hip surgery

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    The 96-year-old prince has largely retired from public life , but still accompanies Queen Elizabeth II on occasion. At a ceremony commemorating Britain's war dead in November, he appeared to be having trouble standing and leaned against a wall.
  • Kim Jong-un attends S Korea concert in a reconciliatory move

    Kim Jong-un attends S Korea concert in a reconciliatory move

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    Next on the agenda for Kim, Lee said , would be to hold more meetings with key world leaders - including Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin - in an effort to lend further credibility to his rule. On Sunday , he clapped and laughed while watching South Korean pop singers, whose influence on North Korea's isolated populace his government has been trying to block.
  • Steven Spielberg shoots down Carl's Jr.'s

    Steven Spielberg shoots down Carl's Jr.'s "SpielBurgers"

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    Miller (" Deadpool ", "Silicon Valley"), with Simon Pegg (the " Star Trek " movies , the " Mission: Impossible " movies) and Oscar victor Mark Rylance (" Bridge of Spies ", upcoming " Dunkirk "). He said that there are three hidden keys to collect in the virtual universe. It's hard to think of a film so determined to pack itself full of visual Easter eggs for its audience.
  • Russian shopping mall fire kills 64

    Russian shopping mall fire kills 64

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    On 28 March, the Russian diplomatic mission was visited by several tens of citizens, heads of Belarusian ministries and government bodies, parliament, global organizations, representatives of Belaya Rus public association, the Belarusian Union of Women and the BRSM Youth Union, and heads of several foreign embassies in Belarus.
  • United States actress Sanaa Lathan denies biting Beyonce at a party

    United States actress Sanaa Lathan denies biting Beyonce at a party

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    Well, according to TMZ , multiple people claimed that Tiffany revealed Queen Bey's biter to a ton of people and it is apparently none other than Sanaa Lathan . They also attacked Tiff in the comment section of her Instagram with a ton of bee emojis. For whatever reason Sanaa Lathan's name got thrown into the mix and many began accusing her of the bitegate scandal.
  • 'Roseanne' returns with a political message for 2018

    'Roseanne' returns with a political message for 2018

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    Instead of the familiar debates about working-class life, or the core focus on the Conner's marriage, season nine of Roseanne occupies its time with intense, scattered, self-conscious self-reflection. (Ms. Barr has been an outspoken supporter of President Trump.) In his review , James Poniewozik welcomed the show's return , writing, "Like that old couch you can't throw out, it may just have a good year or two left in it".
  • Digital tax proposal to rock Lux firms

    Digital tax proposal to rock Lux firms

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    The fact that this tax was originally planned as being "temporary" before it became "targeted" and finally an "interim" tax in the final proposal has created the impression that all this has not been well thought through and that, regardless, temporary solutions ahead of more concrete longer-term proposals are never good.
  • Black Panther Is the US' Top-Grossing Superhero Movie, Ever

    Black Panther Is the US' Top-Grossing Superhero Movie, Ever

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    Internationally, Black Panther is still in fourth place among superhero flicks. Black Panther won its fifth consecutive weekend this past week over new releases A Wrinkle in Time and Tomb Raider , marking the first time any movie has won five straight weekends at the box office since Avatar in 2009.
  • Trump announces proposed ban on 'bump stocks'

    Trump announces proposed ban on 'bump stocks'

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    The Trump administration got something right, but not without a dig at the former president Barack Obama's administration. In his tweet, Trump castigated the Obama administration for that previous ATF ruling, in effect criticizing his predecessor for not limiting firearms after years in which Trump assailed Obama as opposing gun rights.
  • China prepares to hit back at Trump's tariffs; stocks keep falling

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    Products made in Taiwan and sold directly to the United States might benefit, however, if their Chinese competitors face higher tariffs, Lee said. USA businesses seem happy that there's a pause, albeit brief, for them to weigh in. Chen contended, however, that even if the United States and China reach a compromise on the tariff plan, endless trade disputes could occur in the future, and the USA would still have to appeal to the WTO and go through the WTO's dispute and settlement mechanism ...
  • Reasons Why, Season 2 Will Issue a Warning Before Each Episode

    Reasons Why, Season 2 Will Issue a Warning Before Each Episode

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    There's also set to be an aftershow, which will have 13 Reason Why stars as well as experts sharing stories viewers have told them in a series of YouTube clips called " Tell Them" - which you can check out here. Some praised the show for bringing topics like depression, sexual assault, and bullying awareness - but, others thought the show took it a step too far and had the potential to encourage those very issues.
  • Judge temporarily blocks MS law banning abortion at 15 weeks

    Judge temporarily blocks MS law banning abortion at 15 weeks

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    Louisiana legislators may soon consider a proposal that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, following in the footsteps of MS lawmakers, who on Monday (March 19) signed a similar bill into law. Sacheen Carr-Ellis, as plaintiffs. The case was brought by the Jackson Women's Health Organization, the only remaining abortion clinic in MS, and Dr.