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Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

WM Entertainment: Laun Leaves ONF Due to 'Personal Reasons'
Heartbroken fans of ONF, known affectionately as "Fuse," took to Twitter with the hashtag #ThankYouLaun to express their adoration.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'13 Reasons Why' Returns to Netflix For Third Season: Who Murdered Bryce?
The premiere seems to point fingers at Clay for Bryce's death for the murder of classmate and convicted rapist Bryce Walker.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

The 'Breaking Bad' Movie Has 'Already Been Shot': What We Know So Far
"They've done an amazing job of keeping it a secret."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Taylor Swift Says She's Obviously "Pro-Choice" and Will Do Anything to Defeat Trump in 2020
"We're a democracy — at least, we're supposed to be — where you're allowed to disagree, dissent, debate. I really think that [Trump] thinks this is an autocracy."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Hong Kong Fund Manager Explains the Economics Behind Protests and What's Next for the Trade War
"There's been little wage progression. Housing costs are so high thirty-year olds are still living with their parents. There's no way to get ahead."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

A School in India is Accepting Trash to Pay For Student Fees
Each week, students at the Akshar Foundation School in Assam are asked to bring in 25 recyclable plastic items, which are then transformed into low-cost, durable construction material.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

With Daniel Pantaleo's Firing, the Future of Proactive Policing in America Hangs in the Balance | Opinion
Yes, there are ways for law enforcement to prevent crime without placing unarmed black men in chokeholds and dressing like soldiers in a war zone.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'Minecraft Earth' Android Beta Sign Up Live - How to Play the AR Game Early
"Minecraft Earth" lets you build and create on a table-scaled platform with Augmented Reality (AR), then share your creations at life-size in the real world.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

China: U.S. Loves to Put On A Show But the World Boos 'More Often Than Not'
The U.S. accused China of violating arms control agreements, but Beijing said Washington "is in no place to talk about honoring commitments" after leaving the Iran nuclear deal and a mid-range missile ban.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Stock Markets Suffer Significant Losses After Trump Responds Angrily to China's Retaliatory Tariffs
China said Friday morning that it would be levying tariffs of 5 and 10 percent on $75 billion of U.S. goods.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Military Drones and Surveillance Planes Remain An Option For U.S.-Mexico Border, Documents Show
The shortage of personnel and military hardware was created in February when Democratic governors pulled their National Guard troops from the border as a rebuke to President Trump.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Twitter Reacts To Bethenny Frankel's Cryptic Message About Being A Married Woman
Frankel hinted in a tweet that she may have tied the knot, saying she left the Bravo series because she is "the only one that is actually married."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Why Democrat Chris Murphy Remains Optimistic, But Isn't Holding his Breath For Increasing Background Checks On Gun Sales
The Connecticut senator tried to quell the notion from some in his party that there is little-to-no hope of Trump getting his Republican colleagues in Congress on board.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'No Foreigners': Michigan City Council Candidate Says She Wants to Keep Town 'a White Community As Much As Possible'
"Seriously. In other words, no foreign-born people," the candidate said. She added that "in the past, we've experienced it's better to have, simply, American-born — no foreigners, no."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Journalist Says CBP Agent Stopped Him at Airport, Accused Him of Being 'Fake News Media'
James Dyer tweeted Thursday afternoon that, upon his arrival at LAX, a CBP officer "accused [him] of being part of the 'fake news media.'"

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

No, Bribes Outlined in College Admission Scandal Aren't The Same As Donating to University: Lawyers
Money can influence an application, but attorneys are split on whether bridging the college admission scandal to parents making donations will prove beneficial to a defense.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

7 Best Restaurants in Le Marais in Paris
Choosing where to eat in Paris' Marais district can be touch and go - unless you know where to look.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

D23 Expo 2019 Livestream: Watch Marvel, Star Wars & More Stream from the Disney Convention
Check out the schedule of D23 Expo livestreams, including a celebration of Marvel's 80th Anniversary.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Prince William And Kate Take Budget Flight Just Days After Harry And Meghan Criticized Over Private Jets
Prices for the flight route start at about $89.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

How to Keep Your Summer Skin Glowing Past Labor Day
Back to work often means back to dull skin - but not anymore. Famed skincare maven Dr. Jon Turk tells us how to keep our skin refreshed and glowing.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Iraq Battles Aircraft After Strikes Blamed on Israel and U.S. Against Iran Allies
Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces opened fire on a surveillance aircraft as they threatened to turn on the U.S. in the wake of strikes widely attributed to Israel.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Cheerleading Team Just An Hour From Dayton Mass Shooting Sells Raffle Tickets For Semi-Automatic Weapon
The New Richmond Junior Lions Football and Cheer is selling raffle tickets for an AM-15 semi-automatic rifle and a gift basket in an effort to raise money for the sports program.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'The Affair' Season 5 Is Still 'Good,' Maura Tierney Says, But She 'Really Misses' Ruth Wilson and Joshua Jackson: SPOILERS
Maura Tierney said fans can expect to get some clarity on Alison's death during the fifth and final season of Showtime original series, "The Affair."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Mobility Scooter Fugitive Leads Police on Low-Speed Chase
Charlie Durham, 60, led police on a slow chase on his mobility scooter, chugging along the sidewalk as bystanders chanted "Go, old man, go!"

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Will There Be A 'Mindhunter' Season 3? Everything We Know About The Netflix Serial Killer Show's Future
There's no confirmation that the series will have another season.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Amazon Rainforest Fires: Protesters Hit Streets of London, Paris and Other World Cities to Blast Brazil's Bolsonaro
Recently released figures from Brazil's National Institute for Space Research showed an 83 percent increase in fire outbreaks in Brazil in comparison to the same period in 2018.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Brazil's Bolsonaro Fires Back at Macron After He Called for Amazon Fires to Be Top of G7 Agenda: 'Colonialist Mindset That Is Unacceptable'
"I regret that president Macron seeks to take advantage of what is a domestic Brazilian issue and of other Amazonian countries for personal political gain," Bolsonaro tweeted.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Link Evolution' Card List: What's Found in Each Pack
Many packs based on characters will contain the cards they used in the anime.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Democratic Congressman Says Undocumented Immigrants Are Good for 'Mowing Our Beautiful Lawns'
"Who do you think is mowing our beautiful lawns in Somerset County? We don't usually ask, but a lot of those workers are undocumented. They're just not a lot of kids, sorry, from Montgomery High who are going to be doing that full time," Malinowski said.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Jimmy John's Trends After Old Photo of Owner With Elephant He Killed Goes Viral Again
The photo itself is old, and has frequently made the rounds on Twitter.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Russian Nuclear-powered Missile Accident: Doctor Claims Medical Staff Were Not Warned About Radiation Risk, 'Left to Fend for Themselves'
The explosion killed at least five people and is believed to have involved a new nuclear-powered cruise missile.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Transgender Woman Suing Circle K, Claims Co-Workers Called Her 'Man in a Dress,' Threw Her Belongings in Trash
Judi Brown is suing a Circle K convenience store in Bolingbrook, Illinois, claiming she was subjected to slurs and invasive questions about her anatomy.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Trump's Immigration Official Says Plan to Detain Migrant Families Longer Solves Border Facility Overcrowding
The new rule erases the guidelines set by the 1997 Flores Settlement Agreement, which required the government to keep migrant kids in the least restrictive setting possible.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Woman 'Pretty Terrified of Spiders' Finds Venomous Arachnid Inside Her Ear
Susie Torres, of Kansas City, was shocked by the close encounter: "I'm shaking off my clothes, and I don't put my purse on the floor. I'm a little more cautious."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Who Is Damon Herriman? Same Actor Plays Charles Manson In 'Mindhunter' and 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'
"I'm way happier than I am weirded out."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'DOTA 2' New Hero Revealed: Snapfire Shown off at The International 2019
Ride a bearded dragon with Snapfire in 'DOTA 2'

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'Metro 2033' Movie Now Russian After American Producers Tried Moving It to Washington D.C.
Dmitry Glukhovsky is now working with Russian producers to adapt his novel "Metro 2033," less than one year after an American movie adaptation fell through due to creative differences.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Drone Captures Great White Sharks Circling Oblivious Surfers in California
"I was freaking out. I was like, 'He has no idea there's a shark right next to them," said photographer Matt Larmand.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Amazon Rainforest Fires: What Could the Long-term Damage Be As Deforestation Edges Closer to 'Tipping Point From Which There Is No Return'
"When forest land is cleared by fire for agricultural production, we lose it forever," said Meg Symington of the World Wide Fund for Nature.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Amazon Rainforest Fires: What the Long-term Damage Could Be As Deforestation Edges Closer to 'Tipping Point From Which There Is No Return'
"When forest land is cleared by fire for agricultural production, we lose it forever," said Meg Symington of the World Wide Fund for Nature.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Christian Estrada Wants To Sue Jordan Kimball or ABC After 'Bachelor In Paradise' Altercation
"My dad got a hold of attorneys and we'll see if this is Jordan's fault or ABC but there's going to be consequences."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Viral Photos Show Arkansas Woman Battling Breast Cancer: I Wanted to 'Make It Beautiful'
"My thoughts became 'what if I take the chemo and lose my hair?' I want to take this thing and make it beautiful," she said.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Taylor Swift's Boyfriend Joe Alwyn Isn't Featured On 'Lover,' But Idris Elba Is
Some fans were quick to name a British voice as Swift's own lover, though the snippet is actually from a 2017 interview.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

'Power' Season 6 Spoilers: Joesph Sikora Says 'Intensity' Between Tommy and Ghost Will Have Fans 'On Their Toes'
The sixth and final season of Starz original series "Power" premieres on Sunday.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

GOP Governor Sent Fundraising Letter Asking Supporters to 'Defend Texas' from Illegal Immigration Day Before El Paso Shooting
"Doing nothing will only lead to disaster for Texas, both economically and politically," the fundraising letter said.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Thrilled Fans React To Taylor Swift's Latest Album 'Lover'
"The album is a love letter to love itself."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Lil Uzi Vert Will Pay Temple University Student's $90K Tuition, But the Student Had to Promise to Finish
The student came across the Grammy-nominated rapper at a department store and seized his opportunity to ask for help with his college tuition.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Shirtless Man Randomly Attacks Four People, Yells Anti-white Comments, Police Say
Four incidents occurred in Chelsea, Greenwich Village and the Financial District this month, the New York Police Department (NYPD) said. It released surveillance footage of the suspect.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Hospital Dresses Babies Up like 'Wizard of Oz' Characters to Celebrate Movie's 80th Anniversary
"The movie may turn 80 on Sunday, but it remains a classic, and for our newborns and their families, there's no place like home!" read a Facebook post from West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Vladimir Putin Vows Russia Will Have 'Symmetrical Response' to U.S. Missile Test
The Russian president said that Moscow would respond with "comprehensive measures" after the Pentagon test-fired a non-nuclear cruise missile.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Oklahoma Woman Says She Was Refused Service at Burger King Because She is Deaf: 'When I Got Home, That Was When I Really Broke Down'
Rachel Hollis hopes the incident will help educate people who "maybe don't know how to work with deaf people in the food industry."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Catholic Priest Charged With Stealing Nearly $100,000, Using It on Grindr Dates, Beach House
Monsignor Joseph McLoone joined St. Joseph Catholic Church outside Philadelphia in 2011, after his predecessor was charged with concealing parish priests' child sex abuse accusations.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Cathay Pacific Aircrew Union Head Fired for Facebook Posts, Outcry Over 'Blatant Act of Suppression'
China's aviation regulator has been pressuring Cathay Pacific to fire staff who express support for, or have been involved in, the recent anti-Beijing protests.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Environmental Groups Sue Trump Administration Over 'Head-in-the-sand' Approach to Protecting Endangered Species
Earlier this month, the Trump administration finalized changes to a set of regulations which would diminish the protections afforded to threatened species.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

NFL Preseason: Where to Watch Buffalo Bills vs. Detroit Lions, TV Channel, Live Stream, Odds
The Lions are looking for a first win in preseason when they host the Bills on Friday night, while Buffalo aims for a third straight victory.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Sports Drinks, Energy Gels and Bars Could Be Ruining the Teeth of Professional Athletes
Scientists studied hundreds of athletes across sports including swimming, cycling, soccer, rowing, hockey, sailing and athletics.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Russia Mocks Trump's Failed Greenland Purchase: 'We Don't Engage in International Shopping of That Kind'
Trump's failed efforts at acquiring the Arctic territory has prompted a diplomatic spat between the U.S. and Denmark.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Stampede Breaks Out at Rap Concert, Killing Five and Injuring 21 People
Concert-goers complained about the lack of security at the venue, adding it was clear that too many tickets had been sold.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Trump's 'Economic Narcissism' the Biggest Threat to the Global Economy Right Now, Warns Former NEC Director
A White House source reportedly said of the president's policies: "Everyone is nervous—everyone."

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

When Does Serie A Start? 2019-20 Season Dates, TV Schedule, Live Stream and Odds
Juventus is the bookmakers' season to win a ninth league title in a row, but Napoli and Inter Milan have reasons to be optimistic.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

I'm a Pro-Business Republican, but Weakening the Endangered Species Act Will Hurt Us in the Long Run | Opinion
Development is great, but at what price?

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Russia Is Launching a Floating Nuclear Reactor, Despite Warnings It Could Be 'Chernobyl on Ice'
The 21,000-ton Akademik Lomonosov is being sent to remote Siberian to provide power for local oil platforms.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Florida Man Spanks 4-year-old Boy With Plastic Spoon, Forces Child to Sit on the Toilet for Five Hours, Police Say
The boy's mother put her boyfriend in charge of disciplining him, according to police.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Fire Breaks Out Across Two Cruise Ships Moored Next to Each Other, One Person Killed: 'It's Been a Harrowing Experience'
A couple from New Zealand have spoken of the fear they felt after evacuating a Russian vessel sailing from St. Petersburg.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Woman Falls Into Septic Tank, is Rescued After Being Trapped for Days: 'I Can't Imagine Another Time This Has Happened'
"A scary situation, especially sitting at the bottom of a septic tank and you don't know that anybody's coming to get you," said paramedic Nick Wettlaufer.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Florida Man Kidnaps 12-year-old Thinking He Has Drugs, Boy Jumps Out of Moving Truck to Escape, Police Say
Timothy Miller told police he thought the child was older when he persuaded him to get into his truck.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

FedEx Cup Rankings 2019: The Tour Championship Friday Tee times, Live Stream, TV Channel
Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas enter the second round of the Tour Championship as joint leaders.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

SAT Checklist: How Long Is SAT? Which Calculators Are Accepted, Last Minute Tips
The SAT can be stressful but the most important thing students can remember is to stay calm and not panic about the exam.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Kobe Bryant Birthday: Facts to Celebrate the Basketball Legend's 41st Birthday
Did you know Kobe Bryant can speak Italian?

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Justice Department Sends White Nationalist, Anti-Semitic 'News' to Immigration Judges
The daily EOIR news briefing, which is distributed to all 440 immigration judges in the U.S., this week contained a blog post from a white nationalist website.

Newsweek
Aug 23, 2019

Owning a Dog Could Boost Heart Health, Say Scientists
Researchers compared cardiovascular risk factors in people who did and didn't own dogs to find out if owning a pooch was beneficial.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Military Personnel Make Young Boy With Terminal Tumor an Honorary Soldier in Viral Video
Gage, an 8-year-old boy with a rare form of cancer, always wanted to be a soldier when he grew up; the leadership of 434th Field Artillery Brigade made his dream come true.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

A Newly Built High School Was Designed With Hiding Places and Curved Hallways to Make Things Harder for Mass Shooters
"If I go to [the school] and I want to be an active shooter, I'm going in knowing I have reduced sightlines," the Superintendent said.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Belgium Politicians Jokingly Offer Trump Wallonia in Exchange for One Euro Amid Greenland Dispute: 'Call Us'
They included an image of Trump Tower photoshopped into an eastern Belgium town. The photo appeared to a parody of one that Trump posted on Monday showing Trump Tower edited into Greenland.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

'Pokémon Go' Water Festival: Start Time, Research Tasks, Shiny Carvanha, Barboach and More
Kingler and Crawdaunt can learn Crabhammer after the Water Festival begins.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Reverend Schools Trump By Quoting Bible, Tells President to 'Break With Your Sins and Start Living For Others'
Rev. William Barber responded to Trump saying he's "the chosen one" by offering the president advice from the Bible.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Two U.S. Special Forces Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan Identified, Posthumously Given Promotions
Luis F. Deleon-Figueroa and Luis F. Deleon-Figueroa were killed Wednesday in Afghanistan, and were each posthumously promoted to Master Sergeant.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

George Conway Says Trump Is a 'Malignant Narcissist': He's 'Both Mentally Disordered and Evil'
"Colloquially, though, we can say he's nuts," Conway said.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Oklahoma Man Uses Pasta Pass to Eat at Olive Garden Every Day for Nine Weeks
Tucker Chonka estimates he downs 7,000 calories a day during his Olive Garden binge, totaling between $7,000 to $8,000 worth of pasta, salad, soup and breadsticks

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Why Are So Many NRA Board Members Jumping Ship?
One of the key accusations lodged against the NRA by departing board members is that they were prevented from carrying out many of their legally mandated responsibilities.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

India and Pakistan Will Soon Fight Together Even As They Kill Each Other in Kashmir
India and Pakistan were set to train together as part of Russia's Center-2018 drills, a year after they did so for the first time, in a sign of hope for the rivals whose feud has significantly escalated.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

YouTube's AI Flagged Robot Battles as Animal Cruelty and Removed Them
On Monday, YouTube removed many videos of robots fighting in contests similar to the TV show "Battlebots"; on Tuesday most — but not all — were restored.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Ex-Trump Adviser Warns of President's Erratic, Bizarre Behavior: 'It's Growing Worse and Worse. I Can't Explain It'
"The guy's always had problems on his best day," former Trump adviser J.W. Verret said.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Red Bull Paying Out to Customers Who Thought Energy Drink Would Actually Give Them Wings
A class-action suit claims the energy drink made intentionally misleading statements about its ability to increase alertness and concentration.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

On Fox News, Republican Strategist Laments People Laying on the Street 'Having Just Shot Up With Marijuana'
"And the focus ought to be on a society that follows the law," David Avella said.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Freddy Krueger Actor Wants Kevin Bacon To Be His 'Nightmare On Elm Street' Heir
Speaking at a horror convention in New Jersey, Freddy Krueger actor Robert Englund discussed one possible future for the venerable slasher franchise.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Teal Piper Hopes to Keep Her Father's Legacy Alive with Women of Wrestling, AEW's All Out
"For me it wasn't until he passed when I felt a part of me die and another part of me was reborn."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Comcast Cable Operator Hailed as Hero for Saving Customer's Life
"She knew something was not right, she took the next steps and it made all the difference."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Mexicans and Americans Came Together to Highline Across the Southern Border, And Their New Film Looks to Humanize Immigration
"For me, this isn't a highlining story. There are better, bigger highlines. This story is about two groups of people coming together to stand for what they believe."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Video Shows White Man's Racist Rant Towards Black Postal Employee in Dallas
"I pulled out my phone. You never know these days."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Trump's Economic Approval Drops Five Percent From Last Year, Poll Shows
President Trump has staked his appeal on his ability to handle the economy, but indicators have recently warned that the country could be headed toward recession.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Mitch McConnell Described as a Hypocrite For Defending the Filibuster
"No Republican has any trouble imagining the laundry list of socialist policies that 51 Senate Democrats would happily inflict on Middle America in a filibuster-free Senate."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

U.S. Says China Is Blocking Trillions in Oil and Gas, Will Send Navy for Asia Drills
The U.S. is weighing in on Vietnam's side after amid a standoff in the South China Sea, where Washington says Beijing is blocking access to "$2.5 trillion in unexploited hydrocarbon resources."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Who Could Replace Bethenny Frankel on 'Real Housewives of New York' on Season 12?
"I have decided to leave the 'Housewives' franchise to explore my next chapter."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

A $2 Billion Prize Will Develop the Moon for Less Money Than Waiting on NASA | Opinion
And if you don't believe us, just ask Elon Musk.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Parkland Father Blasts Trump's Claim That Shooting Survivors 'Love' Him: 'Keep Your Mouth Just Quiet'
"You are using the pain of the victims of gun violence to speak in a way that allows you to look like you're going to do something but only to play games with their emotions," Fred Guttenberg said.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

US Army Commander Suspended After Notorious Auschwitz Death Camp Motto Used To Encourage Recruitment
A U.S. Army recruiting commander in Houston, Texas, has been suspended pending an investigation into a memo sent out to Army recruiters that used a Nazi motto.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Ex-Yale Professor Exhibited 'Textbook Grooming Behavior,' Carefully Selected Students to Sexually Assault: Report
The professor allegedly made students share a bedroom with him while they were working at a facility in St. Kitts.

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

'Stop the Burning of Amazon Rainforest' Petition Garners Over 750,000 Signatures
"We are asking the authorities to set up an inquiry to investigate what is leading to the increase in fires in this region and hold the culprits to account."

Newsweek
Aug 22, 2019

Forbes Names Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Highest-Paid Actor Of The Year
Announcement of Johnson's success was made weeks after the release of his most recent film success, 'Hobbs & Shaw.'

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