Marina Sirtis (@Marina_Sirtis) June 02, 2017
Mr. Mélenchon’s critics say that France is already living beyond its means. The French enjoy a level of economic security and living standards that most Americans can only dream about: universal health care, free child care and public-university education, a 35-hour workweek, higher life expectancy, and lower per capita energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) April 20, 2017
Now more Asian nations are falling in line with China’s regional trading association – the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – which has no serious environmental, intellectual property, human trafficking or labor standards like TPP. A Peterson Institute study said TPP would “increase annual real incomes in the United States by $131 billion” by 2030, without changing total U.S.
Trump's specialty--jobs? nytimes.com/2017/03/29/opi…—
Brent Spiner (@BrentSpiner) April 09, 2017
If it weren’t for a teasing scene at the beginning and the existence of reviews like this one, you might mistake “Colossal” for a certain kind of diffident, funny-sad, exasperating drama. The kind in which a youngish adult, bruised by bad luck and bad decisions, returns to a hometown awash in nostalgia and old friends.
olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) April 08, 2017
Recalling the first time he saw Mr. Rickles perform, Mr. Poitier said: “He was explosive. He was impactful. He was funny. I mean, outrageously funny.” Mr. Rickles got his first break, the story goes, when Sinatra and some of his friends came to see him perform in 1957 – in Hollywood, according to most sources, although Mr. Rickles himself said it was in Miami.
Don Rickles, Comedy’s Equal Opportunity Offender, Dies at 90 - The New York Times Greatest ever Now insulting God apple.news/ASMQX98CFQDyKg…—
@JoePantoliano (@NKMToo) April 07, 2017
BEIRUT, Lebanon – A toxic gas attack killed dozens of people in northern Syria on Tuesday morning, including women and children, and sickened scores more, according to medics, rescuers and witnesses in the rebel-held province of Idlib, who said the gas had been delivered by a government airstrike.
I'm praying for all Syrians. Worst Chemical Attack in Years in Syria; U.S. Blames Assad - The New York Times apple.news/Ak0BG4hL0TCivw…—
rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) April 04, 2017
With the national media descending on Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, and outside money pouring in, the contest is viewed as a major test of whether a wave of left-wing activism since Mr. Trump’s inauguration will produce change at the ballot box.
Christopher Gorham (@ChrisGorham) April 04, 2017