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  • 'To Live and Die in LA' returns to search for missing woman

    NEW YORK (AP) — In 2019, a listener of writer Neil Strauss' podcast “ To Live and Die in LA ” came forward with information that helped solve the case of a 25-year-old missing woman, Adea Shabani. The revelations were released in almost real time, and listening seemed intimate, not to mention terrifying.
  • A dream (and a movie) in the making

    KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) — While growing up in the First City, Emilio Torres always knew he was going to make a movie.
  • Biden cancels Trump's planned 'Garden of American Heroes'

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday put the kibosh on his predecessor's planned “National Garden of American Heroes" and revoked former President Donald Trump's executive orders aimed at social media companies' moderation policies and branding American foreign aid.
  • Nevada vaccine website implants more trackers than any state

    CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada website the public uses to get information on coronavirus vaccines is packed with more ad trackers and third-party cookies than any state vaccination website in the country, allowing companies to track how visitors navigate the internet and collect data on them that can potentially be used or sold by third parties.
  • Facing $11B tax bill, Samsung heirs donate massive art trove

    SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of - Samsung’s founding family will donate tens of thousands of rare artworks, including Picassos and Dalis, to help them pay a massive inheritance tax bill following last year’s death of company chairman Lee Kun-Hee.
  • Sony's profit zooms to record on video games, 'Demon Slayer'

    TOKYO - Sony’s January-March profit zoomed eight-fold to 107 billion yen ($982 million) from a year earlier as people stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic turned to the Japanese electronics and entertainment company’s video games and other visual content.
  • Beyond the Pandemic: London's West End readies for next act

    LONDON - Noah Thomas saw his name in lights, and then the lights went out.
  • Italy may be in Easter lockdown, but the party's on at sea

    Italy may be in a strict coronavirus lockdown this Easter with travel restricted between regions and new quarantines imposed. But a few miles offshore, guests aboard the MSC Grandiosa cruise ship are shimmying to Latin music on deck and sipping cocktails by the pool.
  • Bread and Cameos - a year without income from Broadway stage

    NEW YORK - A year ago, Max Kumangai was dazzling crowds with a jolt of live Broadway excitement. Now he’s doing it with his bread.
  • Bread and Cameos - a year without income from Broadway stage

    NEW YORK - A year ago, Max Kumangai was dazzling crowds with a jolt of live Broadway excitement. Now he’s doing it with his bread.

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