While the retired generals on the president-elect’s national security team could urge caution about the use of force, they’re more likely to see malign intent or view the world as a clash of good and evil, according to former colleagues and experts.
Live sports often compels viewers to stick with cable, but as more consumers cut the cord, what is happening at ESPN could affect channels up and down the lineup. For Disney, one of the most powerful media companies, the problems at its sports network risk dampening its other successes.
Three months after the Summer Olympics, Brazil’s cultural hub should be riding high. Instead it is a financial, political, crime-ridden mess, with many citizens fearing that the city is doubling down on chaos and corruption.
The Senate voted 63 to 36 to approve the measure less than an hour before the midnight deadline. Democrats had threatened a standoff over health-care benefits for retired miners and the use of U.S. steel in infrastructure projects.
Washington has become the first U.S. state to sue the company over pervasive pollution from the toxic industrial chemicals that have accumulated in plants, fish and people around the globe for decades.
Portman, widely considered a shoo-in for an Oscar nomination for best actress in “Jackie,” describes the first lady’s voice as not one way of speaking but many, which ties into the film’s theme of public image vs. private persona.