This Is The World’s Happiest Country (And No, It’s Not The U.S.)

For the second year in a row, Finland has been named the happiest country in the world by the World Happiness Report. What’s more, the Nordic nation has pulled “significantly ahead” of the other top 10 countries in the report, which ranks the happiness levels of 156 countries using data from Gallup World Poll surveys. The U.S., by contrast, has ...
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Giants CEO Larry Baer Won’t Face Charges, District Attorney Says

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Giants President and CEO Larry Baer will not face charges following a physical altercation with his wife this month that led to him taking a leave of absence from the team. The San Francisco district attorney’s office said Tuesday there isn’t evidence to file criminal charges against Baer stemming from his argument with wife Pam on ...
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FDA Approves First Drug Targeted At Treating Postpartum Depression

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug meant to specifically treat postpartum depression in mothers, a first for the agency. The FDA announced in a news release Tuesday that it approved an intravenous infusion of brexanolone, a drug labeled as Zulresso. Patients would receive a continuous IV drip over 60 hours. The news release said clinical trials, ...
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Colbert Finds A NSFW Name Hidden Inside Trump’s Signature

President Donald Trump announced that he donated his latest $100,000 salary installment to the Department of Homeland Security, then claimed he didn’t care if the media reported on it. But “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert said it doesn’t work that way. “That’s like naming a building The Anonymously Donated by the Great and Charitable Donald J. Trump Hospital,” he cracked on Tuesday. Trump ...
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Mueller Asks For More Time To Hand Over Manafort Records In Cryptic Court Filing

Prosecutors in special counsel Robert Mueller’s office have asked a judge for more time to respond to a request for records related to their investigation of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, saying they’re too busy with “other work” right now. “The government respectfully requests an extension of time — through and including April 1, 2019 — to respond ...
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Homer Simpson Meets Mickey Mouse, And It Goes Just As Well As You’d Expect

And at least one Fox employee is celebrating his new corporate overloads in a very cheeky manner.Al Jean, the longtime showrunner of “The Simpsons,” celebrated the change in ownership on Tuesday with a tweet showing the first meeting between Disney mascot Mickey Mouse and Fox’s own Homer and Bart Simpson.Spoiler alert: It went about as well as you’d expect (meaning ...
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Ronald Reagan’s Daughter: Trump GOP ‘Bears No Resemblance’ To My Father’s

Patti Davis, the daughter of the late President Ronald Reagan, said her father ― had he lived to witness Donald Trump’s presidency ― would be “horrified” by the state of the U.S. and the Republican Party today. “I think he would be horrified … I think he would be heartbroken — because he loved this country a lot and he ...
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White Evangelicals Are Still Loyal Trumpers, But Small Divisions May Be Brewing

White evangelical Protestants ― especially those who attend church frequently ― continue to be strong supporters of President Donald Trump, according to a Pew Research Center analysis published Monday. About 69 percent of white evangelicals approve of how Trump is handling his job as president, according to data collected in January 2019. This has dipped slightly since February 2017, when about ...
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Trump Finally Announces FAA Chief Nominee Amid Airline Safety Crisis

After the recent airline safety crisis cast a harsh light on his failure to name a Federal Aviation Administration chief, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he will nominate former Delta executive Stephen Dickson for the role. Dickson, who recently retired from his position as Delta’s senior vice president of flight operations, is slated to fill the shoes of Michael Huerta, ...
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‘In Living Color’ Cast Reunites 25 Years After Finale

The forthcoming 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival in New York City will feature a screening of the pilot episode of the popular 1990s sketch comedy series “In Living Color.” The festival, which will take place from April 24 to May 5, will for the first time celebrate anniversaries and milestones of iconic television shows as part of its Tribeca TV ...
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