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AV Club FilmsNov 12, 2019
Boy, we hope somebody got fired for that blunder: Disney is cropping out Simpsons jokes
Today's Disney launch has not been without its hiccups, and there are certainly newly minted subscribers out there who feel like it has been, without a doubt, the worst streaming service debut ever. Rest assured that they were on the internet within minutes registering their disgust throughout the world.

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Yahoo! BooksNov 12, 2019
Hillary Clinton says she is being urged by 'many, many, many people' to run in 2020
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday declined to rule out launching a future presidential campaign after her two failed bids, saying "many, many, many people" were pressuring her to enter the race.


Yahoo! ArtsNov 12, 2019
Clinton says she is being urged by ‘many, many, many people' to run in 2020
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday declined to rule out launching a future presidential campaign after her two failed bids, saying "many, many, many people" were pressuring her to enter the race. "I, as I say, never, never, never say never," the former secretary of State said on BBC Radio 5 Live. "But as of this moment, sitting here in this studio talking to you, that is absolutely not in my plans," Clinton added.


Yahoo! BooksNov 12, 2019
Third Day of Travel Chaos After Night Battles: Hong Kong Update
(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong faced a third-straight day of transit disruptions, after a night of pitched battles across the city between protesters and police.Commuters packed onto the first trains Wednesday morning amid calls by activists to impede rush-hour traffic in a show of anger over the government's response and police tactics. Several MTR Corp. services including the Mong Kok and Tuen Mun stations and the entire East Rail Line were already shut due to vandalism. Numerous bus lines were halted and several schools had suspended classes.The protests which have been raging for five months in pursuit of greater democracy in the former British colony intensified Friday after a student died of injuries sustained near a protest. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam -- with a fresh nod of support from Communist Party leaders in Beijing -- has vowed not to give in to violent demonstrations.Key developments:Some subway stations were closed and schools and universities shut their doors as protests sprung up around the city. Chinese University of Hong Kong was the site of the most intense protests.Tear gas was fired again in the heart of Hong Kong's business and financial district as riot police confronted protesters in Central for a second day.The 21-year-old student protester who was shot and injured by police Monday was formally arrested.Hong Kong leader Lam has given two press conferences in less than 24 hours in which she has urged an end to the disruptions.District elections are still scheduled to take

Yahoo! ArtsNov 12, 2019
Report: Loud fight with detective preceded chief's death
A maintenance man checking on a noise complaint at a Florida beachfront hotel Sunday night walked into the room where a small-town Oklahoma police detective killed his boss in a drunken brawl, authorities said. The noises coming from room 527 at the Hilton on Pensacola Beach on Sunday night were so loud that the couple staying next door asked to switch rooms, according to an arrest report released to The Associated Press on Tuesday. Miller was later pronounced dead.


NYTimes ArtsNov 12, 2019
Testimonies From the Day the Towers Came Down
The audiobook of Garrett M. Graff's "The Only Plane in the Sky" offers vivid memories of people who were present at the 9/11 tragedy.
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