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Source: New York Times

A Career Change I’ll Drink to That!

Saturday 23:41 GMT

Ms. Milam struck gold when the 86-proof, single-barrel bourbon whiskey she makes under the brand name Ben Milam was awarded a coveted Double Gold at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

One of her V.I.P. clients, Jimmie Vaughan, the Grammy-winning Austin blues guitarist and singer, called to ask for a favor. He wanted Ms. Milam to help with his speech inducting Stevie Ray Vaughan, his deceased younger brother, into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and to lend emotional support at the ceremony.

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Source: Global News

Jennifer Lawrence reveals she dropped out of school at 14, never got diploma

Saturday 20:56 GMT

Meryl Streep calls Harvey Weinstein ‘pathetic’ for naming her in lawsuit. When asked if she regretted her decision, Lawrence said, “No.

“And to get people to try to understand that, when you’re 14 years old, wanting to drop out of school and do this, and your parents are just like, ‘You’re out of your mind.'”

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Source: Washington Post

Robert Mueller’s military career, detailed in documents, was brief but remarkable

Saturday 15:25 GMT

These are among the details of Mueller’s military service outlined in documents released to The Washington Post by the National Archives.

Mueller’s regiment, the 4th Marines, had faced bloody jungle warfare for months, and Mueller joined in them in a hellscape at the tail end of what military historians say was the service’s defining year in the war due to the size and scope of their operations.

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Source: Washington Post

With three months left in medical school, her career may be slipping away.

Friday 20:04 GMT

Thirty-two students with DACA are enrolled at Stritch, the most of any medical school in the country, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Mark G. Kuczewski, a professor of medical ethics at Loyola, said the school was inspired to launch the effort after hearing about Aramburo, a high school valedictorian who earned college degrees in biology and Spanish and yearned to study medicine but could find work only as a babysitter because she was undocumented.

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Source: Washington Post

The rise and possible fall of Eric Greitens, the GOP star whose career is crumbling amid scandal

Saturday 07:00 GMT

The indictment of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Thursday marked a stunning low point in a political career that had previously followed a sharply upward trajectory.

With today’s…. Nashville mayor Megan Barry admits to having an affair with the officer who ran her police detail. GOP candidate says feminists have ‘snake-filled heads,’ hopes daughters don’t become ‘she devils’. Woman says Missouri’s strict abortion regulations violate her religion: the Satanic Temple

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Source: Global News

Brendan Fraser says alleged sexual assault may have derailed his career

Friday 17:18 GMT

Fraser says he was inspired to come forward when he saw women wearing all black at the Golden Globes in January, and then he saw that Berk was in the room and realized that he — Fraser — was not.

A once-leading man in hit movies like School Ties, Encino Man and The Mummy, it seemed as though Fraser dropped off the face of the Earth. In a new, revealing GQ interview, Fraser explains what led him away from Hollywood, and it’s a collection of unfortunate circumstances: his marriage was on the rocks, he was exhausted and he had some medical issues, but the biggest shocker is his claim that he was sexually assaulted.


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