“I’ve heard the ‘This is your moment’ speech so many times,” says the ‘Call Me by Your Name’ actor as he gets candid on his failed star vehicles (including a scrapped Batman movie), a Twitter war with James Woods and why ‘Birth of a Nation’s’ Nate Parker was treated differently than Casey Affleck:
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When CNBC broke the news last Monday about Disney potentially buying film and TV divisions and assets from 20th Century Fox, reports claimed talks had stalled or were completely dead, leading many to assume and assert that this was a huge missed opportunity or, in the e
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Donald Trump responds to the suffering of black and brown people in a radically different way than he does to that of white people. Puerto Ricans, in his mind, should have been grateful to him, and any Puerto Rican who complains is dirt.
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With the failure by Republicans in Congress to repeal Obamacare this year, President Trump is taking matters into his own hands, as he prepares to sign an executive order Thursday that targets the health care law.
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Last week a group of NFL players, owners and representatives of the NFL Players Association and the commissioner met in Washington, D.C., to discuss player protests that have put the league in the forefront of so-called cultural warfare in the United States.
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Comedians Desus & Mero reflect on the Yankees’ importance to the Bronx and baseball, as well as preview the storied franchise’s prospects this season.
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The most remarkable aspect of the government case that ripped apart college basketball this week is that the closest thing to a victim might be the alleged perpetrators in the middle of this, the ones who were doing what their job required: the African-American assistant coaches.
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