Lawrence Meyers Headlines

  • Lawrence: DOJ adapts against Trump attacks

    In another time, Rod Rosenstein may have resigned following Trump demanding an investigation of the Russia investigation but Department of Justice is adapting in the age of Trump. Should officials adapt or threaten to resign? Jill Wine-Banks, Harry Litman and David Frum join Lawrence.

    NBC News
  • Woody Harrelson Gushes Over Friendship With Jennifer Lawrence

    Woody Harrelson has revealed what it's like to be BFFs with Jennifer Lawrence, and--spoiler alert!--it includes a lot of laughter! E! News caught up with the Solo: A Star Wars Story...

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  • Book Club Is Basically a Nancy Meyers Movie

    What’s Good is a weekly column collecting TV, music, movies, and miscellaneous cultural ephemera worthy of your time. Why? Because we like it. Check back Fridays at lunchtime for your guide to what is good.The Best Movie of the Summer, Book Club, is an Eileen Fisher–swathed rom-com about a quartet of ... More

    nymag.com
  • Marissa Meyer has some exciting news about her 'Renegades' series

    Marissa Meyer is ready to unveil Archenemies, the sequel to her acclaimed best-seller Renegades. In Renegades, main characters Nova and Adrian (a.k.a. Insomnia and Sketch) fought the battle of their lives against the Anarchist known as the Detonator. It was a short-lived victory. The Anarchists still have a secret weapon, one that Nova believes will protect her. The Renegades also have a strategy for overpowering the Anarchists, but both Nova and Adrian understand that it could mean the end of...

    EW.com
  • Lawrence wants living wage registry for businesses

    Lawrence officials are considering a voluntary registry that would inform the public which local businesses pay a living wage. Resident Mike Wasikowski told the Lawrence City Commission last week about … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • Lawrence wants living wage registry for businesses

    Lawrence officials are considering a voluntary registry that would inform the public which local businesses pay a living wage. Resident Mike Wasikowski told the Lawrence City Commission last week about … Click to Continue

    miamiherald