Lesson from US: Abortion wars in America show fragility of freedoms
The religious right in the US has made abortion a flashpoint for decades, styling themselves as ‘pro-life’ for prioritising an unborn foetus over a live woman.
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Talks b/w Haryana CM & farmers yesterday remained inconclusive, although they've agreed to take back the cases registered against farmers. Like Punjab, we need state-wise compensation for deaths of farmers &employment: BKU leader Rakesh Tikait on Farmers Association meeting today
The Oakland County Sheriff is furious over a wave of copycat threats that closed some 60 schools in Michigan today. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard tells @HallieJackson he’s:
“Frustrated, angry, exhausted,”
Nicholas Hoult, who recently wrapped “The Menu” opposite Anya Taylor-Joy, can’t wait to see her as Furiosa in the next #MadMax movie: “Her and George Miller combined, they’re going to develop that character in a new, exciting way.” bit.ly/3pn9SFP
#WestSideStory star Brian d’Arcy James on working on a Steven Spielberg movie: “The first scene that I was in... He says, ‘Ladies and gentlemen, Brian d’Arcy James is in the movie!’ And then he went on and did that for everyone else too.” bit.ly/3pn9SFP
Rosalía will release her Columbia debut early next year, the label confirms: “We’ve had a great year, and when you set the bar this high, you have to come back and keep having hits. We’re prepared for that.” bit.ly/3DrnB3b
Bono on the reclusive rock-star lion he plays in #Sing2: “I quite seriously wanted to speak about — this is the Irishman in me — how grief can make, or break, a voice, and this idea that you see grief literally change a person’s shape.” bit.ly/3ohJ76h
Columbia Records chairman and CEO Ron Perry and executive VP-general manager Jenifer Mallory demur when asked about rumored 2022 albums from Beyoncé and Harry Styles: “Let us finish 2021 first, please! We’re not done yet!” bit.ly/3DrnB3b
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown and two others will be suspended for three games for misrepresenting their Covid vaccination status, the NFL announced Thursday, following an investigation into a report that Brown provided a fake vaccination card.