After 27 years of memorable work in films by Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Wong Kar-Wai, among many others, Jude Law can still surprise us.
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Former CNN bureau chief Chip Walter starts his book Immortality, Inc., an examination of the wild dreamers and wealthy financiers striving for human immortality, at Alcor. That’s
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Earlier this month, California’s state legislature approved a bill that would allow the state to be the first state to develop its own line of generic drugs,
San Francisco officials have kept private gyms closed for months. They claim it is necessary to reduce the spread of coronavirus. But some city-owned gyms
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From Magistrate Judge Kimberly A. Jolson’s opinion yesterday in Ewalt v. Gatehouse Media Ohio Holding II, Inc. (S.D. Ohio): This case concerns Defendants’ alleged deceptive trade
From nippon.com: Japan’s Supreme Court for the first time has ruled that tattooing people without a medical license does not constitute a violation of the
The Pennant Group Inc. (Nasdaq: PNTG) announced Wednesday that it has acquired CMS Home Health Care, a Texas agency with locations in Brownwood and Coleman.