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Yahoo! TVOct 26, 2020
Lesley Stahl claims Trump's healthcare plan doesn't contain an actual plan on '60 Minutes'
Stahl pushed President Trump for details of his healthcare plan, and once she saw them, the takeaway was not favorable to the president.

50 Cent Does a 180, Says He ‘Never Liked' Trump After Chelsea Handler Chews Him Out (Yahoo! TV)
John Oliver shows the one thing Trump is actually good at—hurting vulnerable non-white people (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! TVOct 26, 2020
Brad Pitt praises Joe Biden as 'a president for all Americans' in new campaign ad
In the new campaign ad, Brad Pitt says Joe Biden will 'work just as hard for the people who voted for him as those who didn't.'

The week in polls: Trump gains in 9 of 12 swing states, but Biden still leads in 10 of them (Yahoo! Books)

Yahoo! BooksOct 26, 2020
Trump planning to axe top security chiefs in White House shake-up if re-elected — report
President reportedly planning clearout of officials seen as disloyal to his administration

A White House lawyer reportedly tried to get The Wall Street Journal to scoop Hunter Biden's emails (Yahoo! Books)

VultureOct 26, 2020
Andrew Scott, Dear Evan Hansen (Virtually) Walk Away Winners at Olivier Awards
Theaters are mostly closed in the United Kingdom, but the (awards) show must go on.

Playbill NewsOct 26, 2020
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: October 26
In 2000, the musical The Full Monty opens on Broadway.

VultureOct 26, 2020
John Oliver Calls Trump's Debate Performance ‘Still Absolutely Appalling'
"Unless you set the bar at ‘nobody caught fire,' Trump will always find a way to disappoint."

NYTimes ArtsOct 26, 2020
Arts Bailout in U.K. Buys Time, but No Peace of Mind
In Liverpool, England, whose tourist trade is built on culture, more than 40 venues received money from a $2 billion fund. That life support lasts until April.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsOct 26, 2020
Frank Bough: Former Grandstand and Breakfast Time presenter dies aged 87
The former Grandstand presenter was one of the most familiar faces on BBC television from the 1960 to '80s.

Yahoo! TVOct 26, 2020
John Oliver slams 'truly evil' Trump administration for exploiting the pandemic to hurt immigrants seeking asylum
Sunday's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" examined the difficulties immigrants seeking asylum face in the U.S. Oliver specifically spoke on the Trump administration's use of Title 42 to slow the immigration process.

New York Times BooksOct 26, 2020
The Music Biographer Peter Guralnick's New Book Covers Many Subjects — Including Himself
"Looking to Get Lost" features writing by the acclaimed biographer about Ray Charles, Merle Haggard and others, as well as about his own life and career.

VultureOct 26, 2020
Nicole Kidman Does in Fact Sing Over The Undoing Credits
With a little help from Keith Urban.

Playbill NewsOct 26, 2020
7 Broadway Halloween Costumes Perfect for Incorporating Face Masks
With face masks and social distancing still in effect, Halloween 2020 is likely to be pretty unique, but these spooky theatrical costume ideas will have you ready to go.

Playbill NewsOct 26, 2020
From Rent to If/Then: Look Back at Anthony Rapp on the Stage
The actor celebrates his birthday October 26.

USA Today: BooksOct 26, 2020
Barack Obama recalls dealing with a global pandemic, facing racist comments in first memoir excerpt
In the first excerpt released from his upcoming memoir, "A Promised Land," Obama shared recollections from his early days in the White House.        

Yahoo! BooksOct 26, 2020
Trump news - live: President claims media is breaking ‘election law' as ‘epic meltdown' interview is released
Follow the latest updates

Yahoo! ArtsOct 26, 2020
Critics slam 'shameless hypocrisy' of Saudi G20 meeting as women activists sit in jail
A virtual business event hosted by Riyadh promises to place a "special emphasis" on "creating a more equitable future for women."

VultureOct 26, 2020
Of Course You'll Listen to Cher Sing a Song About Joe Biden
"Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe."

Cher Debuts ‘Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe' at Biden Benefit Concert: Watch (Billboard Music News)

NYTimes ArtsOct 25, 2020
‘Fargo' Season 4, Episode 6 Recap: Blood for Blood
The Cannon-Fadda conflict reached the point of no return, despite the seemingly endless monologues.

Playbill NewsOct 25, 2020
Dear Evan Hansen, & Juliet, More Win Big at the 2020 Olivier Awards
The awards were presented in a TV special October 25.

‘Dear Evan Hansen' and ‘Leopoldstadt' Pick Up Olivier Awards (NYTimes Arts)

Billboard Music NewsOct 25, 2020
Which of Adele's ‘Saturday Night Live' Sketches Was Your Favorite? Vote!
Adele hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time on Oct. 24, after being the musical guest twice in the past. Which sketch was your favorite? Vote!

NYTimes ArtsOct 25, 2020
2 New Books Answer Kids' Pre-Election Questions
A review in comics format helps inquisitive young citizens learn how we choose who runs our country.

AV Club FilmsOct 25, 2020
The Undoing director Susanne Bier on Nicole Kidman and the darker side of Hugh Grant
This post discusses plot points of The Undoing premiere episode, "The Undoing."


The Undoing dares to suggest Hugh Grant's abundant charm is hiding something sinister (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Protestors storm churches in Poland on the fourth day of unrest after a court ruling tightened the country's already-strict abortion laws
The court banned abortion in the case of fetal defects, making abortion legal only in cases of incest, rape, or danger to the mother's life.

Yahoo! BooksOct 25, 2020
Putin rejects Trump's claims that Hunter Biden's behaviour ‘criminal'
Russian leader knocked down US president's corruption claims about Biden family

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
'An incredibly tragic day for Ocala': Florida police chief Greg Graham killed in plane crash
The death of Greg Graham, who became Ocala's 30th police chief in January 2012, stunned the central Florida city northwest of Orlando.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Majority of Biden, Trump supporters will accept election results no matter who wins, poll shows
President Trump has stirred up controversy by giving some evasive answers on what he'll do if he fails to win re-election on Nov. 3 (or whenever the presidential race is called). The president has said he will accept a peaceful transition of power, but he continues to suggest the election may not be "honest" or "clean" with a particular focus on the mail-in voting process, which he believes is vulnerable to fraud.Regardless, the majority of his supporters are prepared to accept the election results no matter who wins, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed Sunday. In the survey, 59 percent of those who are backing Trump said they'll accept a win from his Democratic competitor, former Vice President Joe Biden, and the data is pretty much the same on the other side of things, where 57 percent of Biden supporters said they'd accept a Trump victory.That does theoretically leave a significant amount of people who would refuse to accept the results, but not all of those folks would take action to challenge the outcome. Among Trump backers, 16 percent said they would try to do something about a Biden victory, while 22 percent of Biden voters said they'd make an effort to dispute a Trump win.The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online between Oct. 13-20. It gathered responses from 2,649 American adults. The margin of error was 4 percentage points. Read more at Reuters.More stories from Trump loses on the merits Who won the final 2020 debate? Call

VultureOct 25, 2020
The Walking Dead: World Beyond Recap: Old School
The gang splits into groups to explore their would-be natural habitat — a high school — before things inevitably go haywire.

A trip to high school helps Walking Dead: World Beyond find its footing (AV Club Films)

VultureOct 25, 2020
Offset Detained by Police After Driving Past Beverly Hills Pro-Trump Rally
A passenger in his car was subsequently arrested for allegedly carrying a loaded firearm.

VultureOct 25, 2020
The Good Lord Bird Recap: No More Words
An exquisitely rendered hour of television finally regulates Onion and John Brown's relationship.

Onion and John Brown meet Harriet Tubman in a sleepy Good Lord Bird (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Report: If re-elected, Trump will immediately fire FBI Director Christopher Wray
Should President Trump win a second term, he plans on immediately firing FBI Director Christopher Wray, two people who have discussed the matter with Trump told Axios. Trump is also expected to quickly replace CIA Director Gina Haspel and Defense Secretary Mark Esper. They aren't the only three people on the chopping block, the sources said, but they are at the top of the list. One official said Trump hasn't fired any of them because of the optics of doing so before the election.Haspel and Wray do not have any fans in Trump's inner circle, Axios reports, with one person saying the "view of Haspel in the West Wing is that she still sees her job as manipulating people and outcomes, the way she must have when she was working assets in the field. It bred a lot of suspicion of her motives." As for Wray, Trump became enraged in September when the FBI director testified that there are no signs of widespread election fraud, despite Trump claiming otherwise.Privately, Trump has complained about Attorney General William Barr, and he's never been too enamored with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, but there are no formal plans to remove them, Axios reports. In a statement, White House spokesman Judd Deere said, "We have no personnel announcements at this time nor would it be appropriate to speculate about changes after the election or in a second term."More stories from Trump loses on the merits Who won the final 2020 debate? Call it a draw. Get ready for Trump TV, America

Yahoo! BooksOct 25, 2020
The Barrett Vote: There's Not a Good Reason for Mike Pence to Preside Over It
Five aides to Vice President Mike Pence, including chief of staff Marc Short, have tested positive for COVID-19. Pence and Short reportedly were in close contact as recently as Friday, but Pence has decided to continue campaigning across the country — and preside over the Supreme Court confirmation vote of Amy Coney Barrett in the U.S. Senate on Monday night — rather than self-quarantine as the CDC recommends."As vice president, I'm president of the Senate," Pence said at a rally in Florida on Saturday. "And I'm going to be in the chair because I wouldn't miss that vote for the world."Presiding over the vote obviously would make the vice president feel good, and the photo of the moment could come in handy in 2024, but Pence's presence is not necessary. There are 52 senators who intend to vote for Barrett and 48 senators who intend to vote against Barrett. It would take the absences of four Republican senators who support Barrett to make a tie-breaking vote by Pence necessary.So why would the vice president be in the Senate on Monday night, three days after he was in close contact with a person infected with the coronavirus?Pence has been testing negative on a daily basis over the weekend, but it's not clear how effective tests are at detecting infections before the onset of symptoms. Why take the risk sitting in a windowless room with a bunch of senators who are in their 70s and 80s? As the presiding officer of the Senate, Pence would be sitting fairly far away from senators, bu

VultureOct 25, 2020
Adele Brings the Heartbreak (and Torch Songs) With Her to SNL's Bachelor Parody
Overly dramatic, quick to smash a wine glass… as if the producers would let her leave.

Yahoo! BooksOct 25, 2020
'Totally irresponsible': Dems criticize Pence presiding over Amy Coney Barrett vote after aides contract COVID-19
"As vice president, I'm president of the Senate. And I'm gonna be in the chair because I wouldn't miss that vote for the world," Pence said Saturday.

AV Club FilmsOct 25, 2020
Offset pulled from car and detained by cops after driving past pro-Trump rally
Rapper Offset was reportedly pulled from his car and detained by police in Beverly Hills yesterday after an attendee at a pro-Trump rally said that someone in Offset's car had pointed a gun at them (he was driving with Marcelo Almánzar, Cardi B's cousin). Offset wasn't arrested or charged, but he did manage to get on…


Yahoo! BooksOct 25, 2020
2 crew killed in U.S. Navy training plane crash in Alabama identified
The two crew killed in a Navy training plane crash Friday were identified Sunday as Navy Lt. Rhiannon Ross and Coast Guard Ensign Morgan Garrett.

Yahoo! TVOct 25, 2020
Adele Joked About Her Weight Loss on 'Saturday Night Live' —and Fans Had Thoughts
"Adele you should know fat jokes aren't it," one person tweeted.

Yahoo! BooksOct 25, 2020
'We're not going to control pandemic': Trump aide
Donald Trump's chief of staff said Sunday that "we're not going to control the pandemic," drawing a rebuke from the Biden campaign that "they are admitting defeat."

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Gottlieb warns of "dangerous tipping point" as virus spread accelerates
"These cases are going to continue to build. There's really no backstop here," Gottlieb said on "Face the Nation."

Billboard Music NewsOct 25, 2020
Adele Gives Update on Her New Album During ‘SNL' Monologue: Watch
Adele revealed that her new album isn't quite finished yet during her first "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig on Oct. 24.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
More than 57 million Americans have already voted, suggesting a huge voter turnout for 2020. But it's not clear who that would favor.
Americans have already cast 41% of the total votes submitted in 2016, and there is more than a week to go.

Billboard Music NewsOct 25, 2020
From Adele's Monologue to ‘The Bachelor,' Here Are All the Sketches From Her ‘SNL' Hosting Gig
Adele hosted the Oct. 24 episode of Saturday Night Live. Watch her monologue and sketches here.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 25, 2020
Singapore Airlines doesn't want to dethrone its original world's longest flight even though the new one is three miles longer - here's how the two will differ
The new Singapore-New York route is one of the few new international routes to launch during the pandemic, but the airline is keeping it low-key.

Playbill NewsOct 25, 2020
From Rent to Something Rotten!, Celebrate Adam Pascal With a Look at His Stage Highlights
The Tony nominee celebrates his birthday October 25.

USA Today: BooksOct 16, 2020
'My life is an open book': Peter Frampton talks about his memoir, music and playing live
Peter Frampton talks about writing a memoir, friends including David Bowie, Bill Wyman and the Beatles, his illness and life in the COVID-19 pandemic.        
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