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Scientists can now see the big picture on water globally — which areas are repeatedly drying and which are getting hammered by extra-strong rainstorms, thanks to new analysis of satellite data. A … more
In the HBO series “The Last of Us,” audiences follow Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey's characters as they trek across an apocalyptic version of the United States and try to survive. The video game … more
Human Rights Watch says Egypt’s authorities have refused to produce or renew documentation for more than two dozen journalists, critics and lawyers living abroad. The group said Monday its … more
Advocates for open government are ringing alarms about plans by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' administration that could make it harder to learn what public officials are doing and to speak out against … more
Pfizer will spend about $43 billion to buy Seagen and broaden its reach into cancer treatments, the pharmaceutical giant said Monday. Bothell, Washington-based Seagen Inc. is a biotech drug … more
The Slap? What slap? Sunday’s Oscar ceremony felt more like a big hug, its heartwarming and heartfelt speeches a potent antidote to the uneasy memory of last year’s Will Smith incident. Many of … more
Ruth E. Carter made history: The costume designer behind the “Black Panther” films has become the first Black woman to win two Oscars. Carter took home best costume designer for the Marvel sequel … more
The list of early Oscar winners Sunday includes Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan from "Everything Everywhere All at Once," as well as "Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio," named best animated feature. … more
Jamie Lee Curtis made her long-waited first Oscar nomination count. Curtis won best supporting actress for her role as Deirdre Beaubeirdre in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” She plays an IRS … more
The parade of Hollywood royalty on the red carpet - champagne colored at these 95th Academy Awards — is nearly as important as the show itself. Stars pose in their dazzling outfits for dozens of … more
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