Daily Archives: July 17, 2017

Protecting Medicaid's Promise

With the start of the new Congress and new Administration, health care policy is on the front burner in Washington. The future is very uncertain, and the stakes are high. Health care touches all of us and affects nearly 20% of the U.S. economy. AARP is very focused on making sure any health care reforms protect older Americans and their ...

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Paradigm Talent Agency Moving to New Los Angeles Headquarters

Paradigm is getting new digs. The talent agency is moving its three Los Angeles offices to a new headquarters in the Wilshire La Peer Building on 8942 Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills. The 82,886-square-foot space includes three floors. The new flagship location is expected to open in the spring of 2018 after the building is renovated. This follows Paradigm’s recent move in New ...

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Muppets Studio: Kermit the Frog Voice Actor Was Fired for ‘Unacceptable Business Conduct’

The Muppet Studio, the division of The Walt Disney Co. responsible responsible for the Muppets, said Monday that it fired Kermit the Frog voice actor Steve Whitmire after “repeated unacceptable business conduct over a period of many years.” “The role of Kermit the Frog is an iconic one that is beloved by fans and we take our responsibility to protect ...

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Vic Mensa Barely Dodges Death In His ‘Rage’ Video

Ahead of the release of his debut album, The Autobiography, Vic Mensa is warning fans that he has an important, intense story to tell. The Chicago native has unleashed the gripping video for “Rage,” which recounts Mensa’s struggles with addiction, mental health, and legal woes. Those battles are played out in a fiery plane crash in the video, as Mensa’s ...

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Lovely Leggy Ladies

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Whether they were inspired by Angelina Jolie or just love showing a little skin, these celebs stun when putting their foot forward in dresses with thigh-high slits. Click through the gallery to see some of our fave looks.

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