Trump’s ‘virtually impenetrable’ new wall getting breached by cordless power tools: report

President Trump has touted his $ 10 billion border wall with Mexico as “virtually impenetrable,” but drug-smuggling Mexican gangs have repeatedly sawed their way through with household tools, according to a report. The breaches, which have occurred in recent months, … Read more…

For Vulnerable, Sick Californians Who Rely On Medical Equipment, Power Outages Stoke Fear And Resentment

“For people with disabilities it can be life or death,” said Sunday Parker, who uses a wheelchair and lives in Oakland, parts of which were affected by the historic, sweeping shutdowns. Gov. Gavin Newsom slammed PG&E for the decision, calling … Read more…

Universal Studios Fires Character Actor For Flashing White Power Symbol In Photo With Biracial Children

A racist actor wearing a Gru costume from the “Despicable Me” franchise has been fired by Universal Studios for making an upside-down “OK” sign in a photo with a biracial child. The symbol is recognized by some as a reppin’ white power and racial … Read more…

‘Mixed-Ish’ Stars Tika Sumpter And Mark-Paul Gosselaar Talk New Spinoff And The Power Of Family

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Timothée Chalamet on ‘The King’: ‘There Are Still People That Come Into Power by Lineage Today’

Timothée Chalamet plays a young prince who likes to party but is forced to contend with wielding power after the death of his tyrannical father in David Michôd “The King,” which premiered in Venice on Monday. And when Chalamet’s character, named … Read more…

Boris Johnson, Britain’s probable next prime minister, is a hack — a journalist who has reached the pinnacle of power

The key to understanding Johnson, say his biographers, lifelong observers, friends and enemies, is to see him first as a hack — the self-deprecating but not pejorative Britishism for a working journalist shoveling reams of copy to his masters on … Read more…