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Things to Know About Trump's $200 Million Apprenticeship Plan

Things to Know About Trump's $200 Million Apprenticeship Plan

In his announcement in the Roosevelt Room, the President touted the need to "create new apprenticeships" so people can "earn while they learn" - a sentiment the restaurant industry fully supports. The administration is seeking to broaden the use of such programs beyond manufacturing to other sectors, including health care and accounting, the official said.



Prosecution Promises Retrial in Bill Cosby Rape Case

Barbara Ashcroft, who directs the trial advocacy program at Temple University's Beasley School of Law, doubts O'Neill would change his mind. If he had been convicted, Cosby would have faced up to 10 years in prison on each charge, and likely would have spent the rest of his life in prison.


Varun recreates Kattapa-Baahubali moment with Prabhas

Varun recreates Kattapa-Baahubali moment with Prabhas

The scene of Kattappa killing Baahubali has now become part of pop culture. Prabhas is now busy with his next movie Saaho . Sources in Bollywood inform us that Karan Johar has now made Prabhas to agree to his proposal. Being directed by Sujith, " Saaho " will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi languages. Everyone are sharing the amusing picture of Varun Dhawan stabbing Prabhas on the social networking sites.


Netflix Is Introducing a

Netflix Is Introducing a "Choose Your Own Ending" Feature For Kids

Early advertisements for the interactive platform show two children sitting together and trying to decide which choice to make on their tablet screen; not surprisingly, they don't agree. "They think everything is interactive", said Carla Engelbrecht Fisher , Netflix's director of product innovation. Although Netflix's choose your own adventure shows are intended for children, it isn't so hard to imagine for Netflix to use its new interactive format for other genres in the future.


Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat to give 'Dracula' the 'Sherlock' treatment

Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat to give 'Dracula' the 'Sherlock' treatment

Little else is known about the production at the time of this writing - including who will play the titular monster or when the show will be set - but with Gatiss and Moffat determined to bring the same limited series format previously utilized by Sherlock to bear on their new show, things are sure to develop in an interesting direction.