“The Mighty Ones” takes place in a backyard that is secretly home to tiny creatures such as a twig, a pebble, a leaf and a strawberry, all best friends who belong to three humans whom they mistake for gods. Sunil Hall and Lynne Naylor-Reccardi exec produced the series. … [Read more...] about Hulu Orders Steve Martin-Martin Short Comedy, Unveils DreamWorks Animation Originals
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Paradoxically, of course, a washing machine that lasts forever is not going to do much good for the economy - or for people in the developing world who can't afford new ones. In terms of a philosophy of wise recycling, Minter exhorts the media to "stop stigmatizing the trade in secondhand - especially the immigrant and ethnic-minority businesses that make up most of it. Instead, it needs to recognize secondhand as a globally significant industry and start covering it as such. From Mexico to Ghana to India, secondhand is the consumer economy. But good luck finding any quality, consistent news coverage." … [Read more...] about Book World: What really happens to all that unwanted stuff you donate?
But AT&T hasn’t made money from its satellite service provider in Venezuela for years, due to strict government controls that keeps the price of its packages artificially low — the equivalent of around 15 U.S. cents per month. The situation has become so dire, that DirecTV in 2012 stopped importing set-top boxes, choking its growth. In 2015, it wrote down its assets in the country by $1.1 billion. … [Read more...] about AP Exclusive: AT&T under pressure to defy Maduro’s censors
BRYON YORK, CHIEF POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT, "WASHINGTON EXAMINER": That is the argument that got all the Republicans on board to start this impeachment trial, that they did not have to make a decision on witnesses right away. And I think that somebody like Collins and probably other Republicans, if they do support witnesses, they will want to create a sort of reciprocal agreement in which the White House gets to call whoever they want to, which could open up a whole can of worms. I think the bigger fear among some Republicans now, and we are seeing just this week, is that this will become kind of a rolling investigation, and the Senate becomes a fact-finding body, and there's this new revelation, and that new revelation, and it becomes more like the Kavanaugh confirmation than an impeachment trial. … [Read more...] about McConnell, Schumer note magnitude of impeachment trial: The Senate’s time is at hand
In this climate, it is important for immigrants from any country to know their rights as they attempt to become a U.S. citizen. In order to find out more about the current realities of U.S. citizenship for foreign nationals and the current realities of immigration policies and enforcement in the local Long Beach community, we spoke to Jean Danhong Chen, the managing partner of the Law Offices of Jean D. Chen. … [Read more...] about Jean Danhong Chen Explains Your Rights as a New Citizen