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Bradley Whitford Will Be A Major Gilead Player In Handmaid’s Tale Season 2

With his heel turn in Get Out still fresh in the minds of movie fans across America, Bradley Whitford is going to double down on playing a face of the oppressive ruling class in season two of The Handmaid’s Tale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Whitford will play a recurring ... More »

US Trailer for Anime 'Batman Ninja' Movie Arriving on VOD This April

"I have my mind, my spirit, and all of you." Warner Bros has unveiled an official US trailer for the Japanese anime movie Batman Ninja, which re-imagines Batman as a samurai warrior who must save a town. We posted two awesome trailers for this movie late last year, and it looks seriously badass. Show More Summary

Mind the Generic Ballot Gap

Stuart Rothenberg: “The generic ballot is just one measure of the two parties’ strengths during the cycle, which is why any analysis of the cycle should look at multiple indicators: including multiple poll questions, fundraising numbers, measures of enthusiasm, candidate [...]

Philadelphia Eagles: The Pressure Is On Carson Wentz To Be Better Than Nick Foles Now [Opinion]

The Philadelphia Eagles are not short on talent. However, their issue may be having too much. With the Eagles winning their first ever Super Bowl, the team will enter the offseason with the fate of their future in their minds. Two weeks ago, the answer to this question was easy. Show More Summary

More Texts Between FBI Lovers, Strzok and Page (Guess Who They Really, Really Like?)

We're seeing inside their frame of mind, over a two year period, through these texts. The post More Texts Between FBI Lovers, Strzok and Page (Guess Who They Really, Really Like?) appeared first on RedState.

The Falcon Heavy launch, space advertising for billionaires, and the beauty of science

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I’ve slept on it and my mind & soul are still reeling from the SpaceX launch of Falcon Heavy yesterday. I can’t tell you why exactly, but when the two side boosters landed safely back on Earth at nearly the same instant, as in a beautifully choreographed ballet, I nearly burst into tears. Show More Summary

Briefly: Han Solo Trailer, Bitcoin Bedlam, Mind Transplants

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. All the plot details and secrets from the Han Solo trailer, bitcoin plunges below $6000, two popular investment products just lost billions in combined value in a matter of minutes,. More »      

The Drum Major Instinct

To my mind there were only two really memorable commercials to come out of last night’s Super Bowl. (David Harbour’s Tide ads were pretty funny, I guess, but I doubt I’ll remember them in a month.) The first was the Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Dirty Dancing spoof. It was fun and funny. The other was […]

Sony confirms its flagship phones receive two years of software updates

Mid-range and entry-level phones are left to Sony's discretion, however. When buying a new Android phone, one of the things to keep in mind is how fast or slow certain manufacturers release software updates for existing hardware. Google's...Show More Summary

T.O.: “Mind boggling” to not be in Hall of Fame

In two days, the folks who determine the new class of Hall of Famers will get together to sift through the current class of finalists. For the third time, two of the best three receivers in NFL history will be up for consideration. During a Wednesday visit to PFT Live, Terrell Owens explained his thoughts [more]

Nunes Dirty Hands - Part Two?

I saw a fascinating interview just a few moments ago on CNN. It was with Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL). Great minds think alike, I guess. Here’s a bit of background before we get to the interview. Over the last day or so I’ve been hearing these questions about whether the White House collaborated on writing the Nunes Memo. Show More Summary

The Thing That Helped Me Finally Lose Weight - and It's Not Related to Diet or Exercise

The only two things on my mind when I started my weight-loss journey were diet and exercise. I was about 30 pounds overweight, and I was convinced that these two factors were the only ones that mattered if I had any hopes of gettingShow More Summary

Working before and after stroke is good for brain health

Working-age adults who suffer stroke are likely to have healthier brains, sharper minds and less risk of depression and death two years after stroke if they worked prior to stroke, versus being unemployed. Those who work after stroke also seem to benefit with better long-term cognitive status than those who don't.

The Maze Runner series makes an exit with the proficient, energetic sci-fi junk of The Death Cure

No one creates a film series hoping to become the overlooked middle child of an entire subgenre. With that in mind, it’s possible to generate just a smack of sympathy for The Maze Runner and its two sequels. These adaptations of a dystopian YA book series haven’t hit the blockbuster heights of The Hunger Games or … Read more...

Blake Wheeler’s kids lost their minds watching their dad score a game-winning goal

Nobody had more fun watching the Jets over the weekend than these two. There were surely a lot of people celebrating after Blake Wheeler’s game-winning shootout goal for the Jets over the weekend, but it’s his living room where the biggest...Show More Summary

Review: Lifeproof Slam Case for iPhone X

Lifeproof's Slam case for the iPhone X is a two-piece model that provides drop protection from as high as two meters. It adds a splash of color to your phone in addition to peace of mind.

Famed Developer Yuji Naka Joins Square Enix

There was a time in gaming where the two biggest names on players' minds were Sonic and Mario. Many a playground scuffle was sparked by debating the individual merits of either mascot, and while Mario would eventually enjoy a much more significant reign, there are still plenty of retro-minded gamers who absolutely adore Sonic the Hedgehog. Show More Summary

Interstitial's Mind at Large VR Installation Is Mind-blowing

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Leah St. Lawrence Courtesy of Interstitial My first experience with VR ever was holding my iPhone 4s two inches away from my eyes to look around my bedroom at a school of poorly rendered digital fish. This happened years ago, and needless to say, I was not impressed. Show More Summary

15 Important Life Lessons I Want My Sons to Learn

As I'm raising my two rambunctious boys, there seems to be a plethora of things that I hope to teach them as they grow into men. Now more than ever, I feel that it's important to be mindful of the way we mother our boys, making sure they know from a very young age how to be decent, honorable, and respectful people. Show More Summary

Two Point Hospital coming in 2018 from the minds behind Theme Hospital

Growing up the diseased child I was, I spent many weeks every year at Seattle Children's Hospital, usually over the holiday break, having doctors rip my skin off so they could replace it with skin from other parts of my body, aka skin grafts. Show More Summary

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