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Ellen DeGeneres Reflects on Being Gay in Hollywood | iHeartRadio

Ellen DeGeneres Reflects on Being Gay in Hollywood | iHeartRadio

I made you - you can't say that!' No, but actually I didn't say anything because I was so speechless and I didn't want to 'mom" her and start preaching to her and not be effective at all so, I just stayed quiet. "And these are artists like Michael Jackson and David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and Annie Lennox and Prince and Janice Joplin and George Michael, Elton John - so many artists, her eyes glazed over", the Grammy-winner joked.


Jobless claims surge after Hurricane Harvey

Jobless claims surge after Hurricane Harvey

It was the largest weekly increase since November 2012, when claims soared in the wake of Superstorm Sandy , which devastated the densely populated NY metropolitan area. The U.S. economy has created about 17 million jobs since 2010 to drive the unemployment rate to a 16-year low. Also, claims for five states and a territory were projected last week because of the Labor Day holiday on Monday.


Disney is pulling Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix

Disney is pulling Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix

DIS -3.79% intends to offer its Marvel and Star Wars properties through the subscription video service it is planning to launch in 2019, rather than renewing a deal with Netflix Inc., NFLX -0.21% according to Chief Executive Robert Iger.


Spotify and Hulu just launched an wonderful $5 bundle for college students

Spotify and Hulu just launched an wonderful $5 bundle for college students

The companies on Thursday announced that they will start offering Hulu with limited advertising and Spotify Premium for $5 per month. Hulu and Spotify will split the subscription fee, and Hulu will sell ads. Amazon already offers Prime subscribers the option of constructing their own bundles (made up of primarily niche streaming services) through its Channels program.


Russia-linked hackers are infiltrating the United States power grid

Russia-linked hackers are infiltrating the United States power grid

Hacking attacks over the last several months that targeted United States energy companies have been able to gain "operational control " over systems, thus threatening blackouts across the USA, says Symantec . The group now being called Dragonfly 2.0 deployed phishing attacks and malware to infect energy companies. "We're now talking about on-the-ground technical evidence this could happen in the U.S., and there's nothing left standing in the way except the motivation of some actor ...