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THE WEEK 12/06/2019 17:16
Big news from the Garden State: Nicole Polizzi, better known as Snooki, has gym'ed and tanned her last laundry. On the podcast It's Happening With Snooki & Joey , the Jersey Shore star announced her preemptive retirement from the fourth season of MTV's sequel series Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, reports . Of course, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation hasn't even been ordered for a fourth season yet, so this might just be the reality-star equivalent of a "you can't fire me, I quit."
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 16:13
1. Christmas just came early for Taylor Swift fans. The singer debuted a surprise new holiday anthem called "Christmas Tree Farm" on social media, alongside a music video cut together from her own home videos from childhood. In a video posted to Twitter on Thursday, Swift teased fans by asking her bored-looking cats if she should release the track, so apparently she really went method for the Cats movie. []. 2. Big news from the Garden State: Nicole Polizzi, better known as Snooki, has gym'ed and tanned her last laundry. On the podcast It's Happening With Snooki & Joey , the Jersey Shore star announced her preemptive retirement from the fourth season of MTV's sequel series Jersey Shore: Family Vacation . (Of course, Jersey Shore: Family Vaca.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 15:45
A doll's eye in a workshop in Bordeaux, France. | ( CAROLINE BLUMBERG/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock ). A crying, 3D-printed statue of the Dutch AIDS foundation in Amsterdam. | ( ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock ). A swimmer competes in Glasgow, Scotland. | ( ROBERT PERRY/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock ). A rat runs across a sidewalk in New York City. | ( REUTERS/Carlo Allegri ). Buffaloes in an enclosure in Rautahat, Nepal. | ( REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar ). A diver dressed as Santa Claus swims in a Seoul aquarium. | ( REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji ). Security forces eye a protester dressed as Santa Claus in Baghdad. | ( AP Photo/Hadi Mizban ). Riot police officers gather during a demonstration in Paris. | ( AP Photo/Rafael Yaghobzadeh ). A man pulls a cartful of mercha.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 14:17
Student debt has reportedly reached a breaking point for President Trump, and it's mostly thanks to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). Since the summer, Trump has grown increasingly worried about a challenge from the progressive 2020 contender, and especially her proposal to forgive all student loan debt, .
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 14:04
This week's question: Because the average space between airline seats in economy class is now as low as 28 inches, down from 36 inches a few decades ago, some travel writers are recommending that fliers no longer recline their seats — saying it's immoral in such a cramped environment.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 10:37
It's a story synonymous with the birth of the mainstream internet. In the mid-1990s, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two graduate students at Stanford, started work on a project to rank web pages and let people search for things. That little project of course became Google, a service now so ubiquitous it's a verb, while Page and Brin became Silicon Valley legends. This week, Page and Brin announced they are as the leaders of Google's parent company and will now take on a more supervisory role. It is thus tempting to say that an era is over. But Brin and Page had stepped away from the everyday running of their company some time ago. Instead, it is perhaps more interesting to think about how the company they started is at something of a crossroad.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 09:31
The U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs in November, the Labor Department said Friday, coming in far ahead of expectations. Analysts had been anticipating around 180,000 jobs being added, . "This blows away expectations," , while that he "said 'whoa' out loud" when he saw the number. Hiring reached its highest level since January, as unemployment fell from 3.6 percent in October to 3.5 percent in November, .
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 07:26
1. Saudi Aramco on Thursday priced its initial public offering of stock at the high end of its expected range. At $8.53 per share, the state-owned Saudi oil giant's IPO will be the largest in history. The pricing will let the company raise $25.6 billion, beating out the previous record of $25 billion set by Alibaba in 2014. The IPO will give the company a valuation of $1.7 trillion, easily surpassing Apple as the world's most valuable company but falling short of the $2 trillion valuation that had been targeted by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. []. 2. General Motors and LG Chem on Thursday announced plans to build a $2.3 billion electric-car battery factory in Ohio, near GM's shuttered Lordstown plant. The facility will be one of the worl.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 06:05
This is the editor's letter in the of . As soon as we hit cruising altitude, the tall guy in the seat in front of my wife — he had to be 6-foot-5 — aggressively reclined his seat back as far as it would go. Thunk. His hair was scant inches from Karla's face. The tiny airspace in front of her cramped seat was gone. In its place was the considerable bulk of an oblivious stranger, concerned only about his own constricted comfort; soon, he began snoring. And so it went for the entire seven-hour red-eye across the Atlantic. Getting past that reclined seat for bathroom trips required gymnastic contortions. Those of us who fly coach — steerage without the rats — have similar experiences every time we wriggle into a modern airline's ­kindergarten-s.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 06:00
The McKinsey Mayor has a plan: Copy the most successful Democratic politician of the last generation. If an inexperienced but inspiring young black man from Chicago could become president, why not an even less experienced, even younger gay man from Indiana? for the Wall Street Journal reports that "it is Mr. Buttigieg among the top-tier candidates who is trying the hardest to mimic the former president’s campaign style.". There are just two problems. Pete Buttigieg is running a radically different campaign in a radically different time. Where the party's center of gravity was decidedly moderate in 2008, today it is deeply fissured between moderates and a resurgent left. Thus where the Obama campaign could plausibly both promise optimistic, s.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 05:55
Everyone knows, or at one time in their life has known, a toxic man: Maybe cruel or violent, entitled or selfish, or simply obnoxious with neither a filter nor self-awareness. This man could be a relative, like a father or uncle, or a coworker, a casual acquaintance, or even a dear friend. He could even be imaginary. Daniel Isn't Real , director Adam Egypt Mortimer's latest film, goes with the last option. As a child, protagonist Luke happens upon the gory aftermath of a mass shooting. He is shaken from his stupor by a boy named Daniel, who materializes out of nowhere. No matter. The boys play and bond and escape life's doldrums together, until Daniel's mischief nearly grows fatal and Luke's mother persuades him to imprison Daniel in a doll.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 05:55
On Wednesday, the Trump administration to cut back the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), colloquially known as food stamps, with the result being that hundreds of thousands of Americans who previously received the benefits . In the grand scheme, this isn't that surprising: The Republican Party has tried again and again to cut SNAP and the rest of the anti-poverty safety net — under the guidance of former Republican Speaker of the House and "serious wonk" Paul Ryan.
THE WEEK 12/06/2019 01:33
President Trump's favorite brand of concealer is having a moment. On Wednesday, The Washington Post about several undocumented immigrants who used to work at Trump's golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. They revealed that the face makeup he uses is by the Swiss brand Bronx Colors in a shade so potent it would regularly stain his golf shirts and they would have to run down to the pro shop to buy replacements. Bronx Colors was thrilled by this free advertising, and decided to capitalize on its moment in the spotlight. The company has and updated its website with a for a limited time, buy any item and receive the Boosting Hydrating Concealer in BHC06, "Donald Trump's favorite Bronx Colors product and color," for free. The concealer is already
THE WEEK 12/05/2019 23:00
A sad milestone was reached this week, with the Ray Pfeifer Foundation reporting that 200 New York City firefighters have now died from "9/11 illness.". The foundation, which provides assistance to 9/11 first responders with medical bills not covered by insurance, said that Dennis Gilhooly, a retired FDNY captain, and Brian Case, a retired firefighter, are the 199th and 200th FDNY deaths related to the attacks on the World Trade Center,. Toxins were released when the World Trade Center towers collapsed, and more than 50,000 people who were exposed have become sick, CBS News says. Studies have found a high number of deaths from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and brain malignancies among 9/11 first responders and others who were exposed to the dust clo.
THE WEEK 12/05/2019 16:09
1. Congratulations to Emma Stone on her brand-new rock! The Oscar-winning La La Land actress is engaged to Dave McCary, a director she met while filming a sketch for Saturday Night Live back in 2017. Who says workplace romances between attractive, talented people who spend a whole day making each other laugh can't work out? []. 2. Earlier this year, superhero fans faced the terrifying possibility of a world where the seemingly limitless roster of Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroes didn't include Spider-Man, who was caught up in the messy web of a rights and profit-sharing dispute between Sony and Disney. Spider-Man has since been added back into the Marvel fold — and as it turns out, the hero in this story is none other than Spider-Man hi.
THE WEEK 12/05/2019 15:39
The only thing standing between you and your Christmas presents could be President Trump's face. Trump's 2020 campaign has rolled its holiday gift collection featuring a literal carved out of wood and a MAGA hat ornament. And before you hand them off to your loved ones, you can slap some wrapping paper patterned with Trump in a Santa hat on them, on the Trump campaign website. 35% off with code “THANKFUL” Buy by MIDNIGHT: Help CRUSH our Nov. Goal! Wrapping Paper: Ornament: KAG Hat: Mug: Pint Glass: MAGA Hat:. — Team Trump (@TeamTrump). If you're looking for something a little more subtle, there are other without Trump's mug printed all over them. Oh, and speaking of mugs, there's a as well.

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