Monthly Archives: October 2021

Meghan Markle and Princess Diana share ‘the same trajectory’, claims royal biographer

There are similarities between Meghan Markle and Princess Diana because the two struggled emotionally and mentally in the royal family, Andrew Morton said in an interview. Meghan Markle at a garden party at Buckingham Palace in May 2018 ( Image: PA) Meghan Markle and Princess Diana share the “same trajectory” …

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Debthunch Debt Consolidation: Is It A Scam Or Legit?

Editorial credit: Safriibrahim Ad Disclosure: We receive referral commissions from advertisers. Learn more Who is DebtHunch? They are not a lender. They appear to be a lead generator selling to companies like Gold West Financial. They mainly sell to debt settlement companies. You’ve probably received a mail with a personalized …

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Liz Weston: What’s the difference between debt settlement and debt consolidation services?

Dear Liz: There seems to be an abundance of companies offering debt reduction, debt settlement, and debt consolidation programs now. Are there any differences in these programs? Some of these companies offer a program in which high credit card balances and loans are combined and significantly reduced, and the debtor …

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The reporter who predicted the opioid epidemic is sounding the alarm on the next wave

An alley in Huntington, West Virginia, the epicenter of the opioid epidemic, in 2017. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP via Getty Images) When journalist Sam Quinones set out to find a buyer for the book that became “Dreamland” ten years ago, there was little interest. Only one publisher was interested in …

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It’s time to break up the Art Boys Club once and for all

AAt a recent dinner, when the woman sitting across from me asked me about my work, I said that I had just finished writing a biography of American painter Sam Francis. Assuming she, like most people outside the art world, wouldn’t recognize his name, I explained that he was famous …

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NY Times reporter Kara Swisher visits Trinity College

Kara Swisher (left) and Sammi Bray ’25 (right), photo courtesy of Sammi Bray ’25 Sammi Bray ’25 Editor-in-chief “When you walk into a room, do you have any influence? Is the opening tune for Kara Swisher’s New York Times podcast, Sway. When Swisher walked into Washington Room at Mather Hall …

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Longtime Philadelphia Catholic journalist Lou Baldwin, traveling encyclopedia, dedicated walker and biographer of St. Katherine Drexel, dies at 86

Lou Baldwin receives applause on March 3, 2013, after accepting the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament National Prize for Peace and Justice at St. Katharine Drexel Shrine in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. His wife, Rita, is pictured next to him. Baldwin, a Catholic journalist known to generations of Philadelphia Catholics for his …

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Princess Diana biographer says he sees similarities between Meghan Markle and Harry’s late mum

Andrew Morton, the best-selling author who wrote about Princess Diana, is back with a new book titled “Meghan and the Unmasking of the Monarchy,” and he spoke to Inside Edition about the similarities he sees between the wife of Prince Harry and his late mother. Click here to read an …

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Journalist Shadows M. Sec. Refugees get asylum.

As journalists, we often strive to write what we believe to be the truth. Be unbiased in our opinions and make sure we understand all aspects of a story. In this week’s episode of Madam Secretary, we get more information on this aspect. See a journalist reach all angles of …

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Robert Lemke pleads guilty to threatening journalist’s family

Facebook page of Robert Lemke A California man has pleaded guilty to threatening a reporter’s family over statements made by the reporter following the 2020 presidential election. Robert Lemke36, pleaded guilty on Friday to making threatening interstate communications to a family member of a New York-based journalist. “Robert Lemke was …

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Journalist’s coverage of serial killer captured in book

Bedford Park resident and former investigative journalist Janine Lazarus recently published her first book, Bait – To catch a killer. It tells his story about the crimes and activities of the Norwood rapist and serial killer in the 1990s. In her book, which was published in August, Janine details how …

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Martin Sherwin, award-winning Oppenheimer biographer, dies at 84

Reviewing “American Prometheus”, Janet Maslin of the New York Times described it as “a voluminous work of scholarship and lucid insight, unifying his multifaceted portrayal with a keen understanding of the essential nature of Oppenheimer.” This nature, she wrote, expressed itself as “charm and bravado on the surface, Dostoevskian darkness …

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Copper-plate manuscript on Sabarimala recovered from Monson’s forgery: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

The Archaeological Survey of India has been engaged to verify the authenticity of the items which were in the possession of the alleged fake antiquities dealer Monson Mavunkal. The Archaeological Survey of India has been engaged to verify the authenticity of the items which were in the possession of the …

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Philippine President congratulates journalist Ressa on his Nobel Prize

Filipino journalist and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, winner, poses for a portrait on Saturday in Taguig City, metro Manila. (Reuters photo) MANILA: The office of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday congratulated journalist Maria Ressa on winning the Nobel Peace Prize, calling it a “victory for a Filipina” whom he …

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Award-winning journalist Janet Nepales launches her first book, a magnificent tribute to fashion

Award-winning journalist Janet R. Nepales paid tribute to Filipino fashion designers and designers in her debut book “Fashion. Filipino. Hollywood. The World”. A collector’s item, the Coffee Table Book features over 200 pages of color photos of glamor and style, a rare compilation of specially selected images of stunning stitching. …

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Keir Starmer’s speechwriter admits speech lasted far too long – POLITICO

Keir Starmer’s own speechwriter admitted that last week’s party conference speech lasted far too long – but insisted the enthusiastic applause from the audience was to blame. Speechwriter Philip Collins, who wrote Starmer’s address to party loyalists in Brighton, told POLITICO’s Westminster Insider podcast that Starmer’s 90-minute delivery had “absolutely” …

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Is Debthunch’s 0% Interest Rate Offer a Debt Consolidation Scam?

Editorial credit: Gearstd Debthunch looks like a debt consolidation loan scam. Debthunch flooded the market with offers of 0% APR debt consolidation and personal loans in the mail. The problem is, the terms and conditions are confusing, if not suspect, to say the least. The interest rates are so low …

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Sabers Capital Issues October 2021 Debt Consolidation Loan and Credit Score Report

Capital Sabers Saber Capital Review Sabers Capital Debt Consolidation Sabers Capital guides consumers on the pros and cons of debt consolidation The most commonly used approaches to debt consolidation are a balance transfer or a personal loan. – Sabers Capital Review HOUSTON, TX, USA, October 4, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Capital …

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John B Keane’s original manuscript of Sive discovered

The original manuscript of John B Keane’s play Sive, which was sent to and rejected by the Abbey Theater, has been discovered. One of Keane’s best-loved and performed works, the manuscript was found in a garage sale in Cork City and has been on display at the Kerry Writers’ Museum …

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Diana is the third wheel of Harry and Meghan’s wedding, according to royal biographer

For Harry and Meghan, “all roads lead to Princess Diana” and “every click and whine of the camera” reminds them of their “terrible fate,” biographer Andrew Morton said. Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8to cancel Play now Prince Harry: commentators discuss Diana in upcoming memoir Princess …

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