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Why Disney & Chernin Entertainment Parted Ways After Long Partnership?

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Peter Chernin

American businessman Peter Chernin and his Chernin Entertainment banner are leaving their almost decade-long production agreement with Disney-owned 20th Century Fox. The collaboration with the 20th century, was a prime hit for Chernin, witnessing Oscar-nominated blockbusters like The Greatest Showman and franchises, including Planet of the Apes. The latest news comes in the same week…

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What’s the real motive behind Saudi paying for Troops’ deployment?

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US Troops

White House officials continue to change stance on Saudi Arabia covering the cost of the additional US troops in the country, which began after the airstrikes on Saudi Oil facilities in September. After the claims of President Donald Trump that Saudi Arabia had “already deposited $1 billion in the bank” and Pentagon unable to confirm…

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US in Talks with Erdogan to Resolve Middle East Conflict

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Middle East Conflicts

The Middle East conflict have remained a concern for the White House Officials and the US Congress as well for a long time. These conflicts have impeded the aim of progressing on the road of bring stabilization to the Middle East and as well as have strained US’ relations with several countries. However, now as…

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Ratifying Equal Rights Amendment to End Gender Discrimination

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Equal Rights Amendment

On Wednesday, the Virginia state legislature approved the resolution to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Thus, becoming the long-awaited 38th state to ratify the amendment and ending an almost century-long struggle to end the discrimination based on sex. The state legislature, which comprises of the House of Delegates and Senate, is entirely controlled by…

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Pensacola Shooting: Technical Feud Between FBI and Apple Repeats History

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Pensacola Shooting

The Pensacola shooting was announced an act of terrorism, but the investigations still remain hanging in the air. Although Attorney General William P Barr, along with the FBI, announced that Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani’s attack was motivated by “Jihadist ideology”, they still are waiting to examine the two apple iPhones of the gunman. In a press…

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Iowa Debate: Bernie Sanders Throws Light on Country’s Foreign Policies

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US Foreign Policy

Besides healthcare, immigration, security and climate change policies, US foreign policy is now the only topic for discussion amongst the presidential candidates. The voters have always been inclined towards a candidate with a strong stance on maintaining peace around the globe with no threat to the country’s security. In a similar attempt to tip the…

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Pensacola Shooting by Saudi National Announced an Act of Terrorism

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Pensacola Shooting by Saudi National Announced an Act of Terrorism

Pensacola shooting that took lives of three American sailors and severely wounded eight others has been declared an act of terrorism motivated by “jihadist ideology” by Attorney General William P Barr. He and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were due to announce findings of the investigation into the December 6 shooting at Naval Air Station…

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Democratic Hopefuls Roll Major Surprises Prior to Iowa Debate

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Iowa Debate

Looking at the first Democratic debate in June last year, the Democratic hopefuls have come a long way in terms of support, overreach, and political campaign, addressing major issues like healthcare for all, immigration policies, education, climate change and more. Each Democratic debate has brought with it either some controversies or a major surprise for…

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Rebels Rise as Virginia Lawmakers Ban Firearms at State Capitol

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gun-control law

A political infight between House Democrats and Republicans over the passage of gun control law witnessed a major step after lawmakers in Virginia banned firearms at state Capitol. The decision comes ahead of the pro-gun rally, which is expected to stage in Richmond on January 20. Although unknown how many people would actually come on…

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