Archive for February, 2017


OMG!

via ‘Nashville’ Star Exits Series After Shocking TV Death — Hollywood Life

The alleged requests from the White House would violate longstanding Justice Department protocols concerning

via FBI rejects White House request to publicly debunk Russia stories — Feedburner

Though I’ve yet to fully recover from Tieler’s elimination, I have to admit that the four designers remaining atop Thursday’s Project Runway: Junior finale deserved to be there — and the proof was in their (mostly) stunning collections. All four entered the finale with confidence, but as Tim Gunn slithered fabulously around the workroom to offer his…

via Project Runway: Junior Finale: Did the Right Designer Win Season 2? — TVLine

California is an energy policy bully. Using market share and political willpower, global warming-fearing Golden State politicians are reshaping the electric market far beyond their 39 million constituents to 46 million others living in 13 states, Western Canada and portions of Mexico.

via California’s Wrecking The Western Electric Grid – Now 755 Mostly Native American Jobs Are At Risk — Forbes Real Time

Tech giant Samsung Electronics ssnlf said on Friday it will strengthen controls for financial support made to third-parties, after its vice chairman was arrested in a graft scandal that could topple South Korea’s president. Samsung said it would now require financial payments of 1 billion won ($882,460) or more to be approved by the board…

via Samsung Says It’ll Be More Careful About Donations Now Its Chief Has Been Arrested — Fortune

Lawrence Ho’s challenge: make his empire’s whole greater than the sum of its parts.

via Billionaire Casino Owner Lawrence Ho Has The Opportunity Of A Lifetime — Forbes Real Time

More than 700 held first weekend of travel ban

Yikes!

via Bella Thorne Reveals Skin Falling Off Her Face After Getting Intense Chemical Peel — Hollywood Life

The Trump administration revealed for the first time on Thursday that 746 individuals nationwide were held during the first weekend of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, according to the American Civil Liberties Union.

via More than 700 held first weekend of travel ban — CNN.com – RSS Channel – Mobile App Manual

The strange story of the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half brother took a turn for the even more surreal with Malaysian police confirming on Friday (local time) that a substance classified as a chemical weapon was used in the murder of the leader’s sibling at the Kuala Lumpur airport earlier this month.…

via Chemical Weapon Nerve Agent Was Used to Kill Kim Jong-un’s Half Brother in Airport Attack — Stories from Slate

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Thursday’s season finale of How to Get Away With Murder. An early frontrunner has emerged in the race for this year’s Unluckiest TV Character: How to Get Away With Murder‘s poor, poor Laurel Castillo. Her onetime beau, Frank, went MIA for weeks — and when she tried to get information…

via HTGAWM’s Karla Souza Breaks Down That Deadly Wes Twist, Previews Laurel in Season 4: ‘Her World Is Crumbling’ — TVLine

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