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Zients, a onetime White House COVID-19 response coordinator, will replace Ron Klain who said it was the “right time” for a transition.
McDaniel was installed by coup-attempting former President Donald Trump and took the blame for the GOP's three bad election cycles he caused.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has not announced her plans for 2024, but is widely expected to retire.
“I was pretty surprised that I got some blowback to it,” the actor said on Bill Maher's podcast about his casting in the film as a person with a disability.
The last player picked in the NFL draft is one win from leading San Francisco to the Super Bowl, no thanks to this scouting report.
“Murder in Big Horn” and “Fancy Dance” explore a heavy reality within Indigenous communities without stripping these stories of their humanity.
Swift's decision to cast Ashley, an actor and activist, as her love interest in the steamy clip drew praise from LGBTQ advocacy groups and fans.
The Florida Republican previously sparked backlash for his joke about last year's hammer attack on Paul Pelosi.
Lisa Marie, the only child of Priscilla and Elvis Presley, died at age 54.
The performer, who starred in the Bond thriller “Casino Royale,” is suing producers for a $1 million fee she says she is owed for “A Patriot.”
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