Danny Masterson To Be Retried On Rape Charges Months After Mistrial Declared

By Andrew Dalton, The Associated Press. Published: 2 mins ago Los Angeles prosecutors will retry “That ’70s Show” actor Danny Masterson on three rape counts after a hopelessly deadlocked jury led to a mistrial in his first trial in November. The LA County District Attorney’s Office declared prosecutors’ plans in court filings and at a […]

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50 Years of Manipuri Cinema at the 53rd International Film Festival of India

This year’s festival celebrated the rich Indian cinema being made outside of popular Bollywood. Founded in 1952, the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is one of Asia’s most prestigious film events. Its slogan from the Upanishads captures a truly global mission: “for those who are broad-minded, the entire world is one big family.” The […]

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All About Adam Shulman, Anne Hathaway’s Husband and Father of Her Two Children

From her breakout role as Princess Mia Thermopolis in 2001’s The Princess Diaries to her Oscar-winning performance as Fantine in 2012’s Les Misérables, Anne Hathaway has been a household name in Hollywood for decades. But Hathaway has made a point to keep her personal life private—including her nine-year marriage to Adam Shulman. Hathaway surprised fans […]

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This Election, We Can’t Cling to the Politics of Fear

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who plans to vote in a hotly contested political race this November, chances are you’ve spent the last few months being bombarded with attack ads about crime. Huge postcards clog your mailbox. Menacing videos stream on social media and loop on your TV, featuring grainy black-and-white footage […]

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Do You Live in a State That Protects Abortion? Sen. Gary Peters Explains Why You Still Must Vote This November

Right before the 2020 election, Sen. Gary Peters took a risk. At the time, he was facing a tough re-election race in Michigan, which would help decide whether Democrats would clinch the Senate majority. But he was also concerned about then-Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, and what her addition to the bench could mean […]

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