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Tom Cruise Apparently Pretended to Be Doing Bible Study While Getting Blow Jobs on the Risky Business Set

Tom Cruise showed up to the set of Risky Business acting like the clean-cut, white-toothed, upstanding young teen he plays at the beginning of the film. According to an excerpt from his co-star Curtis Armstrong’s memoir, he kept his room squeaky clean and turned down invitations to go out for ... More »

New study says House GOP healthcare bill would lead to the loss of almost 1 million jobs in 10 years

A new study from the Commonwealth Fund and George Washington University presented some unflattering potential effects from the enacting of the American Health Care Act. According to the study from Leighton Ku, Erika Steinmetz, Erin Brantley, Nikhil Holla, and Brian K. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Radiohead does a breakdown of every track on OK Computer

Radiohead has clearly embraced the excitement centered on the 20th anniversary of its breakout smash album OK Computer, issuing an anniversary re-release titled OKNOTOK, and generally acting like a band of proud, nostalgic music dads. Show More Summary

Nearly 1 million jobs lost under House’s AHCA: study

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate has received constant waves of criticism over its secret tinkering with the controversial and widely panned American Healthcare Act (AHCA)—even from President Donald Trump, who reportedly said it was “mean” and asked that it be “more generous.” Trump’s...

Oprah Winfrey — mogul, celebrity, philanthropist — has insecurities of her own

Oprah Winfrey runs her OWN television network, but she's still acting too. She talks about her process, her recent jobs and her favorite films.

Madeline Brewer on The Handmaid’s Tale Finale, Janine’s Fate, and What the Show Might Do Next

Spoilers below for the season finale of The Handmaid’s Tale.Madeline Brewer’s first acting job out of drama school was on Orange is the New Black, in which she broke hearts with her portrayal of Tricia, the young drug addict who overdoses and dies in the first season. Brewer again is ... More »

The Affordable Care Act Gives Workers Flexibility: Who Could Have Known?

It's a bit painful to see this piece in the NYT this morning, which tells readers that the Affordable Care Act gave workers the flexibility to leave jobs they didn't like and to retire early. The latter option is especially important...Show More Summary

Jon Hamm Might Quit Acting for a New Job!

Jon Hamm tries to keep a low profile as he steps out on Friday afternoon (June 9) in Los Angeles. The 46-year-old actor was joined by a female friend as they two stopped off for a quick bite to eat before continuing on with their day. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jon Hamm [...]

A juror spent months hearing about a serial killer's grisly acts. Not being part of the verdict left a void.

Like other jurors, Carolina Cabrera put her job and life on hold. But Cabrera was an alternate and ultimately had no say in the fate of the Grim Sleeper serial killer.

Great Job, Internet!: Oh crap, is binge-watching bad for you?

It’s time again for everyone’s favorite feature: That Thing You Like Is Probably Killing You. This go-round the subject is binge-watching, the act of plopping down in front of a TV or laptop and refusing to move until you’ve watchedShow More Summary

Brit Marling’s First Paid Acting Job Was Kissing Gillian Jacobs

The stars of the The OA and Love talk about their early roles on Community and Hollywood’s gender divide. ... More »

With 'Queen Sugar,' Rutina Wesley has come full circle in her Oprah world

Rutina Wesley’s first acting job came on a Broadway workshop for “The Color Purple” in 2006. A little more than a decade later, she landed a lead role on “Queen Sugar” on OWN, the television network started by Oprah Winfrey, who starred in Steven Spielberg’s 1985 film and produced the Broadway...

Ex-Solicitor General: Trump’s travel ban tweets are ‘presidential proclamations’ that ‘sabotage’ his case

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

According to a Politico report, former Acting Solicitor General Walter Dellinger said President Donald Trump’s tweets calling his executive orders “travel bans” raises questions about the president’s motives and makes the job of Justice Department lawyers defending the...

Health Care Bill Puts U.S. Job Growth In Jeopardy

Throughout the past 60 years, the most reliable source of job growth in the United States has been health care. When other industries, like manufacturing, energy, and retail falter, the health care industry acts as our ballast to the ship of our economy. Show More Summary

Lt. Gov. Brad Little served as acting governor 373 times

If Lt. Gov. Brad Little wins his bid to be Idaho's next governor in 2018, he'll be the only candidate to have hands-on experience with the job. The two-term Republican … Click to Continue »

Oh My God: Now the Deep State is Leaking the Name of the Undercover, Clandestine Agent Appointed to Be Head of Iran Desk, Because He's an "Iran Hawk" Who Might Undo Their Iran Deal

Obama loyalists leaked the name, and this time, it's a real clandestine agent, not a fake one, like Valerie Plame. They did so to make him unable to take the job. The New York Times acted as their all-too-willing accessory....

Go Inside the Mind of Walt Disney + Other Events to Check Out in L.A. This Week

Whether you’re juggling acting gigs with a day job or scouting your next move, make sure you take time this week to explore what Los Angeles has to offer. Some of its best gems have yet to be discovered, while others linger high above us. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Let’s revisit every major death on Game Of Thrones as adorably as possible

HBO’s Game Of Thrones returns for its final season on July 16, and we’re all excited to see how many acts of cruel violence they can cram into seven episodes. It’s true that death comes fast and furious on the series—it broke a “setting people on fire” record, after all—so here’s a refresher on everyone who’s bit the dust. Show More Summary

Frank Lampard explains how Conte stopped Hazard acting up in training

Team spirit Frank Lampard has praised Antonio Conte, and cited two occasions where the Chelsea boss showed he was more than capable for the job, and that his man management helped the squad. He firstly spoke about Eden Hazard, who was someone that the press claimed had a hand in the sacking of Jose Mourinho […]

Trumpcare will make it even harder for millions of California's kids to graduate and get jobs

The latest report from the Congressional Budget Office once again exposes the sharp and bitter truth about the House Republican efforts to “repeal and replace” President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The American Health Care Act — now in the hands of the Senate — represents a glaring transfer of...

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