The only way to get to two public lakes is through Stan Kroenke’s land. But an appeals court just ruled he doesn’t need to let anyone in.
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Internal docs and former workers reveal how the media firm e.Republic was not only run by Scientologist execs but that they employed ruthless Scientology management principles.
New data from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reveals Facebook had 20.3 million reported incidents of CSAM, while Pornhub parent MindGeek had only 13,000.
Filmed over 19 years, Davy Rothbart’s new documentary follows one family’s story of struggle in Washington, D.C., not far from the White House.
The discovery+ doc “They Call Me Dr. Miami” trails plastic surgeon Michael Salzhauer (aka Dr. Miami), a shameless self-promoter who broadcasts his gruesome procedures to millions.
The beer company has launched something called “Targeted Dream Incubation” in order to guide people to dreaming about Coors.
Morgan Wallen was deplatformed after a racist outburst. T.J. Osborne came out. And JP Harris has penned an anti-QAnon tune. Country music may be changing its tune, y’all.
The mutations aren’t yet a reason to panic, say doctors and epidemiologists. But they are a reminder that we’re not nearly out of the woods.
Danish director Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s animated documentary “Flee” wowed Sundance this year with its powerful, empathetic portrait of a refugee’s life on the run.
Billionaire (and ex-Georgia prime minister) Bidzina Ivanishvili’s obsession with shipping exotic trees across oceans to build a “Garden of Eden” is explored in “Taming the Garden.”