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"The reason you see a slower growth [in Women of Honor] is because we have high standards for our talent."
The Vermont senator is now estimated to be worth as much as $2.5 million.
Astronomers have cast new light on a huge, empty expanse of space that surrounds our galaxy known as the Local Void.
A closer look at the Home Depot co-founder and celebrated philanthropist's life reveals an inspiring tale of free enterprise and the American dream.
The Netflix sensation is full of anime tropes that would be right at home on Funimation.
If the military were a country, its fuel usage alone would make it the 47th largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, lying between Peru and Portugal.
This is the first time a magnetic field has been observed in the filaments connecting clusters.
Prior experience not required: With federal agencies overwhelmed, private citizens have taken on the job of aiding migrants seeking to stay in the U.S.
The January raid on Stone's home was caught live on camera by CNN, prompting some to speculate how the news organization knew it was going to happen.
The healthcare industry is ripe for a blockchain-inspired transformation, and SimplyVital Health is leading the charge.
The governor of California defied the Trump administration and advised workers to apply for unemployment benefits.
"We are negotiating with Tribune and we hope to reach a fair agreement," Charter Communications representatives wrote. Charter Communications operates Spectrum, a cable TV company.
Juul argues that teaming up with Marlboro will help in its mission to \"eliminate cigarettes.\"
Clint Eastwood may play a character named Earl Stone in \"The Mule,\" but it\'s inspired by Leo Sharp.
Usually, the success of a film is measured according to box-office revenue or the opinions of critics. But now scientists have come up with a novel way to measure cinema success.
But they found that the core was softer than previously thought.
\"I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive," Zuckerberg stressed.