• 'Survivor' Contestant Zeke Smith Outed as Transgender, Called 'Deceptive'

    'Survivor' Contestant Zeke Smith Outed as Transgender, Called 'Deceptive'

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    Themed " Game Changers ", this season featured 20 returning castaways who divide into tribes to compete in a variety of challenges. Varner was immediately criticized by other players. Varner, who is gay, shared the information during an emotional Tribal Council on " Survivor: Game Changers ". Even host Jeff Probst argued with Varner about what he had done and after a lot of trying to get himself out of the situation, Varner eventually apologized to Smith.
  • Netflix Approaches To Hit 100 Million Subscribers

    Netflix Approaches To Hit 100 Million Subscribers

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    In global markets, Netflix expects to add 2.60 million subscribers, above the average estimate of 2.09 million. The Netflix website and logo are displayed on laptop computers. Chief Executive Reed Hastings urged investors to look at its growth over time rather than quarter-by-quarter fluctuations. Netflix reiterated that it has no plans to enter the live TV market, and does not expect to be negatively impacted by growing live OTT video options.
  • Fox News ends relationship with Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly responds

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    O'Reilly will not return". In a one-sentence statement, the network's parent company, 21st Century Fox, on Wednesday confirmed a report by NY magazine that O'Reilly is finished at Fox News. and 11 p.m. ET, double the viewership of second-place MSNBC. Ailes has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. Representatives at Fox News and its parent, Twenty-First Century Fox, were not immediately available for comment about how O'Reilly might be replaced.
  • Stephen Colbert Shreds 'Self-Righteous Landfill Of Angry Garbage' Bill O'Reilly

    Stephen Colbert Shreds 'Self-Righteous Landfill Of Angry Garbage' Bill O'Reilly

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    But the attention surrounding the accusations against O'Reilly - prompting protests outside Fox News headquarters in Midtown Manhattan - would have made it hard for any advertiser to return to the program. The letter said, "His success, by any measure, is indisputable". The same sources say more women plan to come forward and other Fox anchors could soon follow O'Reilly and Ailes out the door.
  • US vice-president to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

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    Of course they have said all the choices are on the table. A senior North Korean official said Monday that the US has created "a risky situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any minute". Never miss a story again - sign up to our Telegram channel and we'll keep you up to speed! "We need to apply pressure on North Korea so they seriously respond to a dialogue" with the worldwide community, he said, urging China and Russian Federation to play more constructive roles on the ...
  • Bill O'Reilly accuser appears on 'The View'

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    In an internal memo, Fox said the decision to remove him was made with outside counsel. "Here's what I don't understand: if white people don't have it good in the United States, then who else does?" Shares were up 30 cents to $30.69 shortly after the market opened.
  • Fresno shooter 'not a terrorist', but a racist

    Fresno shooter 'not a terrorist', but a racist

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    Muhammad told investigators he killed Williams because he felt " disrespected " by him during an altercation at the motel. Muhammad took investigators to the shooting scenes and gave accounts "very consistent" with evidence authorities had gathered, Dyer said.
  • O'Reilly is out at Fox News amid sexual harassment accusations

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    O'Reilly said in an April 1 statement that he had been unfairly targeted because of his public prominence. In it they said "O'Reilly is one of the most accomplished TV personalities in the history of cable news". Ailes has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. But the New York Times reported that two of the O'Reilly settlements were reached after Ailes left. O'Reilly's departure puts an end to cable's highest rated program and a $20 million-a-year job for the host.
  • Netflix, Inc. Stock Still Tumbling Despite Numerous Price Target Increases

    Netflix, Inc. Stock Still Tumbling Despite Numerous Price Target Increases

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    Despite the growth, subscription numbers fell short of expectations - the company previously predicted 1.5 million in the US and 3.7 million internationally. The business's revenue was up 34.7% on a year-over-year basis. Two research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, seventeen have given a hold rating and twenty-six have given a buy rating to the company.