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'Skullduggery' political podcast: 'Sen. Murphy's Law' — April 14, 2021
In the aftermath of the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said he experienced an awakening and was called to fight for meaningful gun reform on behalf of the grieving families in his home state. Murphy joined Michael Isikoff, Daniel Klaidman and Victoria Bassetti on this episode to talk about his renewed push for gun control legislation in the wake of recent shootings in Atlanta and Boulder, Colo. He talked about his strategy to get things done with — or without — the help of Senate Republicans, and about the Biden administration’s plan to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan later this year.
After the voices had become louder after a complete album in German, the idea was born "Zeitgefister": Caliban leave seven classics in a new light and as a highlight there is the brand new song "Nothing ".
After the voices had become louder after a complete album in German, the idea was born "Zeinsister": Caliban let seven classics ray in new light and as a highlight is the brand new song "Nothing".
After the voices had become louder after a complete album in German, the idea was born "Zeitgefann": Caliban lets seven classics ray seven classics in new light and as a highlight there is the brand new song "Nothing".
Soul sparks the animated Oscars race as Disney sweeps the Annie Awards
Wolfwalkers, the Star Wars franchise, and more also score top prizes at the animation group's annual awards show.With seven overall victories at Friday night's ceremony, Soul — which follows jazz musician Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) whose spiritual essence traverses the balance between life and death — led this year's winners list with the most overall victories (including one for Best Film), followed closely by Cartoon Saloon's Apple TV+/GKIDS release Wolfwalkers with five (including one for Best Indie Film).
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After a watershed moment of violence, Asian Americans begin to speak out .
The first time I felt someone making assumptions based on my ethnicity, I was no older than 7, standing outside my ballet class in Foster City, California. A woman asked me a question about the dance studio, and I hesitated because I was sometimes shy when speaking to strangers. © Alex Wong/Getty Images Activists march toward Chinatown in Washington, DC after the "DC Rally for Collective Safety - Protect Asian/AAPI Communities," on March 21, 2021. "Oh, do you not speak English?" she asked.