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  • My First Award: Busy Philipps

    Actress Busy Philipps excelled in arts and sciences when she was at school. She remembers one award project in minute detail. (Jan. 16)

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  • US Chamber calls for end to shutdown as businesses struggle

    The US Chamber of Commerce had a message for Congress on Tuesday: End the shutdown. "The shutdown is harming the American people, the business community, and the economy," Chamber executive vice president Neil Bradley wrote in a letter to Congress. "The adverse consequences of the shutdown are wide and growing." The closure of key government agencies comes as American business owners are struggling to deal with the fallout of President Donald Trump's trade wars, as well as increased market...

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  • US Chamber calls for end to shutdown as businesses struggle

    The US Chamber of Commerce had a message for Congress on Tuesday: End the shutdown.

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  • Judge calls for lost ballots to be counted in city election

    A circuit judge in West Virginia has called for 57 lost ballots to be counted toward a city council election. The Exponent Telegram reports Circuit Court Judge Patrick Wilson decertified

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  • The Knicks really lost to the Wizards on a game-winning goaltend call

    What a way to tank! Fans in London just watched one of the weirdest endings to a basketball game possible as the Wizards beat the Knicks on a GOALTEND as the clock struck zero. Bradley Beal found a cutting Thomas Bryant who tried to lay the ball in until Allonzo Trier was caught for the poorly-timed block attempt. Oops! asdfghjkl; pic.twitter.com/rCyn1qytDN— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) January 17, 2019 Here’s proof of the goaltend on closer look: File this image away for when the...

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  • More than 170 business leaders join call for second Brexit referendum

    Terence Conran and Norman Foster among those signing letter to the Times More than 170 business leaders, including Terence Conran and Norman Foster, have thrown their weight behind the campaign for a second referendum on Brexit. In a step designed to indicate growing support for a “people’s vote” after Theresa May suffered the heaviest parliamentary defeat in the modern era over her Brexit plan, the letter due to be published in the Times on Thursday asks both main party leaders in Westminster...

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  • E!’s ‘Busy Tonight’ Moves To 11 PM Timeslot

    When E!’s Busy Tonight returns January 7 it will be in a new timeslot. The late-night talk show hosted by Busy Philipps will air at 11 PM every Monday through Thursday, an hour later than its previous 10 PM slot. Busy Tonight, executive produced by Tina Fey, features Philipps giving her opinions on the latest pop culture stories and trending topics with candid celebrity guest interviews and original comedic segments. Upcoming guests include Michelle Williams, Connie

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