When “Thor: Love and Thunder” was revealed to fans at the 2019 San Diego Comic Con, director Taika Waititi confirmed that Natalie Portman, who played Thor’s love interest Jane Foster, would return to the franchise and wield the powerful hammer. In the Marvel comic books, Jane took a spin as a new female Thor when the the original hero became unworthy to hold the magical hammer and own the title. … [Read more...] about Chris Hemsworth Is ‘Definitely Not’ Saying Goodbye to Marvel After ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’
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Parents, educators and medical experts spent the summer break debating how to safely welcome students back to school in the midst of a global pandemic. Now that classes are back in session, parents and administrators say they are cautiously optimistic that months of planning are offering a safe and successful return to in-person learning — even as cases of COVID-19 pop up on campuses across the state. … [Read more...] about How is in-person learning going in Colorado? So far, so good, parents and experts say
"Locking up your political enemies, criminalizing dissent, terrifying or bankrupting the free press through libel lawsuits -- Trump's all-encompassing vision wasn't evident to me before he began to run for president," Cohen writes. "I honestly believe the most extreme ideas about power and its uses only really took shape as he began to seriously contemplate the implications of taking power and how he could leverage it to the absolute maximum level possible." … [Read more...] about In tell-all book, Michael Cohen says Trump hired a ‘Faux-Bama’ before White House run
Concerned protectors focus on cat safety. Freedom defenders strongly prioritize cat independence and oppose restrictions on behavior. Tolerant guardians believe outdoor access is important for cats but dislike their hunting. Conscientious caretakers feel they bear some responsibility for managing their cats' hunting. Laissez‐faire landlords who were largely unaware of the issues surrounding roaming and hunting behaviors. … [Read more...] about Cat owners fall in one of five categories, researchers say. Which one are you?
"We took every player, in every sport, not just the revenue sports, and tracked them back to their high school and calculated the average family income for students that went to that high school," Garthwaite said. "So we can actually show that it's not just the sports that lose money and that survive because football and basketball provide them with extra funds, it's not just that the students are more likely to be White, but they tend to come from richer families, they've gone to high schools where the average family income is higher." … [Read more...] about Affluent White student-athletes are profiting from the labor of their poor Black peers, study says