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Harris in late-night TV gig pushes voting, laments no emojis

Harris in late-night TV gig pushes voting, laments no emojis

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kamala Harris used her first late-night network TV appearance since becoming vice president to reflect on how her life has changed since she got the job — including a shortage of emojis — and to talk up the need to vote in the midte
Nobelist Annie Ernaux draws hundreds to New York bookstore

Nobelist Annie Ernaux draws hundreds to New York bookstore

NEW YORK (AP) — Since Annie Ernaux won the Nobel literature prize last week, the French author's books have gained enough new admirers that many titles are out of stock on Amazon.com and at physical bookstores, some unavailable for a month or more.
Ex-Fed Chair Bernanke shares Nobel for bank failure research

Ex-Fed Chair Bernanke shares Nobel for bank failure research

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke and two other U.S.
California governor's wife among accusers at Weinstein trial

California governor's wife among accusers at Weinstein trial

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jennifer Siebel Newsom, a documentary filmmaker and actor who is married to California Gov.
'Oldies but Goodies': Longtime radio DJ Art Laboe dies at 97

'Oldies but Goodies': Longtime radio DJ Art Laboe dies at 97

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Art Laboe, the pioneering radio DJ who read heartfelt song dedications to generations of loyal listeners and was credited with helping end segregation in Southern California during an eight-decade broadcast career, has died.
Twitter, Instagram block Kanye West over antisemitic posts

Twitter, Instagram block Kanye West over antisemitic posts

NEW YORK (AP) — Kanye West once suggested slavery was a choice. He called the COVID-19 vaccine “the mark of the beast.” Earlier this month, he was criticized for wearing a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt to his collection at Paris Fashion Week.

Books on empire, migrant crisis up for Baillie Gifford prize

LONDON (AP) — Books about Britain’s imperial past and the human face of the present-day refugee crisis are among the finalists for Britain’s leading nonfiction book award, the Baillie Gifford Prize.
Review: 'Till' grippingly reorients an American tragedy

Review: 'Till' grippingly reorients an American tragedy

Almost by default, filmmakers typically take a wide lens to historical moments like the 1955 lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till .
Totenberg tests tenet of journalism with source friendships

Totenberg tests tenet of journalism with source friendships

NEW YORK (AP) — In the last months of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life, one of the few people who knew how seriously ill the Supreme Court justice had become was her friend, National Public Radio reporter Nina Totenberg.
Anthony Bourdain biography is a profile of a man spiraling

Anthony Bourdain biography is a profile of a man spiraling

NEW YORK (AP) — Biographers try as best they can to walk in the shoes of their subjects.
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