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New England booksellers enjoy the enchantment of authors and books in Providence.

Irony? Pelosi Event Disrupted by Pro-Illegal Immigration Protesters

Pro-illegal immigration protesters disrupted an event in San Francisco, where House Minority Leader and Democrat, Nancy Pelosi, was speaking. The protesters shouted down Pelosi, who is a political ally, and ignored her pleas to stopShow More Summary

Media in the Middle East: A new study shows how the Arab world gets and shares digital news

Arab nationals are more likely than Americans to get news from social media, and younger Arabs are more likely to trust it than their older compatriots. These are some of the findings from the fifth annual Media Use in the Middle East survey conducted by Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q). The studies, which were launched...

Fox Guest Says She Was Raped by Host, Blacklisted

A political commentator who says she was raped by Fox Business Network host Charles Payne is suing the host and the network, alleging that she was pressured into having a extramarital relationship with him—and that Fox blacklisted her when it ended. Scottie Nell Hughes, a frequent Fox guest between...

Man Robs Gas Station, Then Runs Out of Gas and Gets Caught — It’s Our Non-TV Story of the Day

In a story from the “dumb criminals” file, authorities reported that a man who robbed a gas station made off with food, drinks and cigarettes, when the main thing he probably needed was gas. The Northwest Indiana Times reports that....

Since Turning ‘Batkid’ Into a Viral Phenomenon, This Agency Has Made the Most of Social Media

If you logged on to social media at any point in 2013, you probably read about "Batkid," the 5-year-old cancer patient who got to spend a day as his favorite superhero thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. "Batkid remains our proudest work to date," said Stefania Pomponi, founder, president and chief evangelist at Clever, the San...

Jesse Palmer Parlays NFL and Bachelor Fame Into Entertainment and News Gigs

As a football player at the University of Florida, Jesse Palmer figured he'd become an ambassador to his home country of Canada--he grew up outside of Ottawa--if a career in the NFL didn't work out. So how did the college athlete end up becoming a well-known TV host instead? After spending four years as a...

Why More Brands Are Adding Young Influencers to Their Marketing and Creative Teams

In late August, influencers including 15-year-old Loren Gray (6.5 million Instagram followers), 16-year-old Nia Sioux (4.5 million Instagram followers) and 13-year-old Jacob Martin (309,000 Instagram followers) began touting a new clothing collection they designed for Target. Show More Summary

The Story Behind Big League Chew, the Shredded Gum That Benched Tobacco in a Minor League Dugout

Rob Nelson still remembers one particular afternoon 40 years ago as though it were yesterday. It was 1977, and Nelson was a wannabe sports star whose left-handed pitching had only been good enough to land him on a Portland, Ore., minor league team called the Mavericks. Warming the bench beside him in the Civic Stadium...

Pablo Escobar’s Brother Sounds Off About Killing of ‘Narcos’ Location Manager

Following the killing of “Narcos” location manager Carlos Munoz Portal, whose bullet-riddled body was found in a car in Mexico on Sept. 11, the brother of Pablo Escobar has responded to the attack. Deadline reports that Roberto De Jesus Escobar...

Viewership Ticks Up for Emmy Awards

Viewership for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, televised by CBS and hosted by the network’s late-night star Stephen Colbert, was up slightly from last year, with Nielsen estimating that 11.4 million people watched the program, the AP reports. The show...

Fox News Brings Aboard New Prime-Time Host

In the third lineup change this year for the Fox News Channel, the channel will add Laura Ingraham to its prime-time lineup. The Los Angeles Times reports that the conservative commentator will be the host of a 10 p.m. ET...

Cameroon publisher detained for more than eight months

Police arrested Mofor Ndong, the Bamenda-based publisher of the independent bi-monthly newspaper, Voice of the Voiceless, on February 9, 2017 in Buea, the capital of Cameroon's English-speaking Southwest region, according to media reports....

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