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Director Ryan Coogler signs on to film Black Panther sequel next year

There is cause for celebration in Wakanda with word that writer-director Ryan Coogler is officially returning to make a sequel to Black Panther. It was as close to a foregone conclusion as it gets, but now the deal is done and Coogler, who is also known for Creed and Fruitvale Station, is expected...

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How Trump's China trade war plays out in one Pa. congressional race

Montgomery County's Fourth Congressional District race highlights sharp differences over China. The Republican wants to punish the Chinese with tariffs for years of technology theft while the Democrat calls tariffs dangerous. Her husband's firm imports bicycles from China.

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How Trump's China trade war plays out in one Pa. congressional race

Montgomery County's Fourth Congressional District race highlights sharp differences over China. The Republican wants to punish the Chinese with tariffs for years of technology theft while the Democrat calls tariffs dangerous. Her husband's firm imports bicycles from China.

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Jodi Picoult, Tucker Carlson top Publishers Weekly best-sellers lists

"Vince Flynn: Red War" by Kyle Mills tops fiction best-sellers list, Bob Woodward's Trump book "Fear" again No. 1 for non-fiction.

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China's trade surplus with the United States widened to a record $34.1 billion in September as exports to the American market rose by 13 percent over a year earlier despite a worsening tariff war. Exports to the United States rose to $46.7 billion, down from August's 13.4 percent growth, customs...

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Insurance inequalities must end for mental illness, substance use | Opinion

The goal of parity is to cover every person for every healthcare service needed. However, the law has not been fully implemented and it is not adequately enforced. By Debra L. Wentz For the past seven years, Rachel S. has been investing inordinate amounts of energy and money in her efforts to...

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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema's statements on immigration in focus as she runs for Jeff Flake's Senate seat in Arizona; reaction from Charlie Hurt, opinion editor at The Washington Times.

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Experts Said An Ebola Outbreak In A War Zone Would Be A Nightmare. It's Been Worse Than That.

A surge in patients. Brutal attacks against health workers. Money running out. What the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been like on the ground.

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I once read an interview with Cher in Reader’s Digest that the diva’s most favorite thing ever written about her was that, “after nuclear war the only things left on Earth would be cockroaches and Cher.”That was all about the time she did her first “Farewell Tour,” almost 20 years ago....

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Hulu has picked up U.S. rights to 'Das Boot,' the series sequel to Wolfgang Petersen's Oscar-nominated anti-war classic from 1981.read more

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China set to unveil nuclear stealth bomber

China is almost ready to unleash its fearsome Hong-20 nuclear bomber. The state-of-the-art war machine can carry 20 tons of nuclear weapons and fly 5,000 miles without refueling. It has been in development for more than a decade, during which China has poured billions into its air force. The wings...

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I once read an interview with Cher in Reader’s Digest that the diva’s most favorite thing ever written about her was that, “after nuclear war the only things left on Earth would be cockroaches and Cher.”That was all about the time she did her first “Farewell Tour,” almost 20 years ago....

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An adolescent girl grapples with the absence of her father in “Sadie,” Megan Griffiths’ exploration of the darker side of girlhood. Sophia Mitri Schloss delivers a powerful performance as the troubled Sadie, who is fixated on her military father, away at war. Her mother, Rae (Melanie...

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