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  1. Box Office: '12 Strong' And 'Den Of Thieves' Both Score $5.6M On Friday

    The two action movies did a little better than expected while three Oscar hopefuls expanded into wide release.
  2. 'Star Wars' Shocker: 'Last Jedi' Needed 37 Whole Days To Top $600M

    'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is now merely the third-fastest grossing movie of all time.
  3. Camila Cabello's Debut Album Starts At No. 2 In The U.K.

    Only Camila debuts inside the region, but one British favorite returns to the top 10 thanks to a big week.
  4. Here Is What Sugar Sweetened Drink Warning Labels May Do To Obesity

    A study recently published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine showed what may happen if warning labels about the potential health effects of sugary beverages were used in San Francisco, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.
  5. Taking A 3D Virtual Tour Of A Colorful Ancient Egyptian Monastery

    For almost two decades, the colorful ancient wall paintings in Egypt's Red Monastery have been under restoration. Now digital technologies and 3D scanning are allowing thousands of viewers to experience the vibrant colors, architecture and monastic art of the late Roman and Byzantine Mediterranean.
  6. How A Government Shutdown Affects Your Weather Forecasts Today And In The Future

    The federal government shutdown. What does that mean for weather forecasts today and in the future?
  7. Government Shutdowns Have Just Become The New Standard Operating Procedure In Washington

    A government shutdown, an option that used to be considered so odious that everyone would do everything possible to avoid it, has now become completely acceptable and a political positive.
  8. This Week In Boxing Biz: Errol Spence-Lamont Peterson, Manny Pacquiao Vs. Lomachenko, Primo Carnera

    There are plenty of reasons to watch Errol Spence vs. Lamont Peterson on Saturday night. Here are three of them.
  9. The Hotel Of The Future Is In Singapore

    Whilst on a trip to Singapore I saw the hotel of the future. Here's what you're going to start to see more of when travelling.
  10. 2018 NFL Playoff Odds: New England Patriots Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars AFC Championship Game Picks

    The 2018 AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars is right around the corner. Get prepared for a thrilling NFL Playoff matchup with this preview, which includes the schedule, start time, viewing info, updated odds and winning pick from a Las Vegas betting pro.
  11. As 2018 MLB Season Approaches, It's Possible All MLB Ballparks Will See Expanded Safety Netting

    Could all 30 ballparks in MLB have expanded safety netting by Opening Day of the 2018 regular season?
  12. Bank Of America Sacked On Sale Of Carolina Panthers

    Despite being based in Charlotte and having the team's stadium naming rights, BOA won't be handling the sale of the Panthers.
  13. This Week In WWE Biz: Roman Reigns Denial, Daniel Bryan To Win Royal Rumble?, Goldberg Deal, More

    WWE star Roman Reigns implicated in steroid scandal, plus Daniel Bryan's Royal Rumble odds skyrocket, news on The Rock and Hulk Hogan returning, NJPW wants Goldberg, Kevin Owens injured, Shinsuke Nakamura favored, Paige and Samoa Joe sidelined, and more.
  14. UFC 220: 10 Things You Should Know About Saturday's Card

    Here is the viewing information and other pertinent details for UFC 220.
  15. UFC 220: Stipe Miocic Vs. Francis Ngannou Post-Fight Press Conference Video Live Stream

    The UFC 220 post-fight press conference takes place shortly after the main event between heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic and challenger Francis Ngannou. You can watch the live stream right here.
  16. Apple's $350 Billion U.S. Economic Contribution Was Already In The Cards

    There is a lot of spin to Apple’s $350 billion contribution to the U.S. economy over the next five years. It feels like Apple is playing to President Trump’s MAGA slogan.
  17. Government Shutdown To Furlough 41,000 U.S. Health Workers

    Half of U.S. Health and Human Services employees or 41,000 people would be on furlough if the U.S. government shuts down at midnight Friday, the government's contingency plan shows.
  18. Women Of Color Rocked The 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards

    The NAACP Image Awards was a historic night held on Monday, January 15, 2018 – the first time ever the civil rights organization held their star-studded event on one of the most important civil rights days in our nation - Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  19. Heartbreaker: Tom Petty Died From An Accidental Overdose Of Opioids And Benzodiazepines

    The wife and eldest daughter of Tom Petty announced this evening that the rock and roll legend died in October from an accidental overdose of opioids prescribed for a fractured hip and other chronic ailments. At the time, the cause of death of the 66-year-old Petty was listed as cardiac arrest.
  20. The Author Of NeuroPreneur Discusses His Research Into Successful Traits Of Entrepreneurs

    Entrepreneurs face a wide range of challenges in launching a successful business. A growing academic focus is on the mindset of the customer. James Nitit Mah, Ph.D has been researching this evolving aspect of entrepreneurship. In this article he explains his findings.

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