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On Strictly Come Dancing's spin-off show It Takes Two, Debbie McGee and Giovanni Pernice were talking to host Zoe Ball ahead of the final.  But Zoe had a surprise for the dancing duo
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I’ve loved and admired Mary Gaitskill’s essays over the years as they’ve appeared in between her novels and short story collections, and here, collected at last in “Somebody with A Little
“We Are Never Meeting in Real Life,” Samantha Irby’s collection of candid, funny and deliberate essays will make you laugh until you pee and cry and ache in your belly. It’s like nothing y
My two favorite books of 2017: Achy Obejas’s superb story collection “The Tower of Antilles” (Akashic Books) deals with the conflicted relationships Cubans, exiles and Cuban Americans have w
Good nonfiction writers are able to use the smallest details to recreate entire lives. In “What She Ate: Six Remarkable Women and the Food That Tells Their Stories,” Laura Shapiro uses food to
If Rachel Maddow and H.L. Mencken had conceived a child in Los Angeles in 1837, he’d be Francisco P. Ramírez. Paul Bryan Gray’s criminally overlooked “A Clamor for Equality” (published in
I was late to reading Paul Beatty’s “The Sellout” but loved it as I knew I would, having been a fan since his 2001 novel “The White Boy Shuffle.” He wrote so many lines and deployed so m
WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump says he is not satisfied with Russia’s cooperation in efforts to pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons program. Read more here. The post RF
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Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine accused Russia of violation of Budapest Memorandum. He spoke at the session of the UN Security Council on the non-Proliferation of the Weapons of Mass De
ABC terminated its relationship with celebrity chef Mario Batali after concluding its own investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.        
Gordon Ramsey, Gino D'Acampo and First Dates’ Fred Sirieix have enlisted the help of stars [Nick Dear] The cooking hunks were joined by ex-Spice Girl Geri, actress and singer Mart
WASHINGTON — President Trump escalated his criticism of the FBI. on Dec.15 over its investigation of possible links between Russia and his campaign, calling the inquiry a “very sad thing to watch.
SAINT MICHAEL, Alaska (AP) — It’s not easy to get to Saint Michael, Alaska. Not even if you’re Santa Claus. Luckily, jolly old St. Nick could hitch a ride on a military transport plane
MOSCOW — Russia’s presidential election campaign formally lasts only three months, and President Vladimir Putin wants to make it as short as possible. Read more here. The post Associated Press: Pu
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Strictly Come Dancing: Debbie McGee admitted she feels like a 'zombie' [BBC] Debbie McGee is in the Strictly Come Dancing final with dance partner Giovanni Pernice.  However, the&n
The International Monetary Fund sees considerable risks both on the revenue and expenditure side of Ukraine’s 2018 budget though it agrees with the government’s deficit target of around 2.5% of GD

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