Jack Ryan

Prime Video’s Season 2 of ‘Jack Ryan’ Sparks Criticism from Venezuela

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It’s just been a day since the release of the trailer of Amazon Prime’s Jack Ryan Season 2, marking a comeback for John Krasinski. Still, the series has managed to make the headlines with criticism on a global level. The trailer which was released on Friday provides a promise of gripping storyline with Venezuela in…

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Janet Mills

Maine Gov. Janet Mills allows Ranked Voting for Presidential Elections

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With Maine Governor Janet Mills authorizing the voters to rank candidates in the presidential elections, Maine is on the road to become the first US state to introduce such a system. Mills made the announcement on Friday and said that the bill will become a law in January 2020, without requiring her signatures. Since Mills…

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Felicity Huffman

Convicted Actress Felicity Huffman Receives Support Letters ahead of Sentencing

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New-York born actress Felicity Huffman, who pleaded guilty to federal charges in the month of May, has her sentencing scheduled for September 13. Ahead of her sentencing, other celebrities including Felicity’s co-workers have been writing the letters of support for the actress. Huffman, who began her acting career from theatre in 1990s, did many supporting…

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Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson Supports Woody Allen amid Sexual Assault Allegations

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Lucy famed actress Scarlett Johansson is facing a lot of heat following her support to the contentious director Woody Allen. The director has been in news mostly for wrong reasons, which include sexually assaulting his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow and marrying his step-daughter. Johansson during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter magazine voiced her support…

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Tobago-born Rapper Nicki Minaj Announces Retirement to Start Family

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Tobago-born rapper and renowned singer Nicki Minaj has announced retirement from her work on September 5. The famous actress and model, who is also a songwriter, tweeted that she chooses to retire and “have my family”. She said, “I’ve decided to retire & have my family. I know you guys are happy now. To my…

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Joe Biden

Joe Biden in Trouble for Accepting Funds from Fossil Fuel Company

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The nearing of 2020 presidential elections has brought variations in the views of various leaders in the country. More importantly, climate change has become a major issue for the Democrats and the activists have successfully elevated the entire concept behind it. However, recently Democratic hopeful and former Vice President Joe Biden came into trouble with…

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Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell Incensed Over Critics-Given Nickname “Moscow Mitch”

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Usually unresponsive to criticism, Senator Mitch McConnell was caught by a nickname that apparently got under his skin. The Senate majority leader recently expressed his indignation over the name “Moscow Mitch” that was given to him by the critics, who accused him of single-handedly obstructing stricter election security measures after the Russian meddling in 2016…

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Jeremy Hammond

Convicted Hacker Jeremy Hammond to Testify in Virginia

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American activist and computer hacker from Chicago Jeremy Hammond, who also founded the computer security training website called HackThisSite in 2003, was called to testify to a federal grand jury in Virginia on Tuesday. Hammond, who was earlier convicted of a computer fraud in 2013 for hacking the Texas-based Strategic Forecasting Inc., known as Stratfor…

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Cory Booker

Democratic Hopeful Cory Booker Reveals $3 Trillion Plan to Combat Climate Change

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2020 Democratic Hopeful and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker announced a plan worth $3 trillion to combat the climate crisis, if he is elected as the President. His plan has garnered the criticism of the fossil fuel industry as they would be required to pay a carbon fee on fossil fuels and their subsidies will…

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