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Billboard Music NewsJan 24, 2020
With 'Miss Americana,' Taylor Swift Brings Her Raw Star Power to Sundance
Taylor Swift isn't seeking approval - anymore. The multi-hyphenate musician brought her star power to the opening day of Sundance for the...

Yahoo! ArtsJan 24, 2020
As the Wuhan virus spreads, doctors in the city say they face a 'flooding' of patients and not enough protective gear
"The hospitals have been flooding with patients, there are thousands, I haven't seen so many before," one doctor told the BBC.

Yahoo! BooksJan 23, 2020
The Attacks on Bernie Are Further Proof That ‘Victim' Hillary Is Not Good at This
A Hillary Clinton hot take is in the headlines again: According to her, "nobody likes" presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders.Earlier this week, The Hollywood Reporter published an interview with Clinton, a promotional piece for the upcoming Hulu documentary about her political career, in which the former secretary of state was asked about a statement she'd made during the documentary.The interviewer, Lacey Rose, asked: In the doc, you're brutally honest on Sanders: "He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It's all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it." That assessment still hold?Hillary replied, simply: "Yes, it does."Next, Rose asked Clinton whether or not she would support Sanders if he were to become the Democratic nominee. Clinton said: "I'm not going to go there yet" — and then proceeded to attack Sanders's supporters for what she calls their "relentless attacks on lots of his competitors, particularly the women," accusing Bernie himself of having "not only permitted" "this culture," but also seeming "to really be very much supporting it."Later, continuing the discussion about what Clinton sees as Bernie's "pattern" of sexism, Clinton offered as evidence the fact that Sanders had told her that she was "unqualified" when they were both running for the Democratic nomination in 2016. (Note: This "unqualified" co

Yahoo! BooksJan 23, 2020
Mexico sees rise in gangs, vigilantes recruiting children
One day after a vigilante group revealed that it was using children as young as 8 as "recruits" for armed defense patrols, Mexico's president said Thursday that drug cartels too are recruiting ever-younger kids. The whole issue has sparked a debate in Mexico over the use of children in armed confrontations, with rights groups saying the practice threatens not only kids' safety, but their mental health. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that because social programs are giving more youths opportunities to study or work, drug cartels are having trouble finding gunmen, leading them to recruit children.

VultureJan 22, 2020
The 17 Movies We're Most Excited to See at Sundance Film Festival
Including a transatlantic thriller starring Jude Law, a family drama from Miranda July, and a portrait of up-and-coming performer Taylor Swift.
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