To a generation of Nigerians, the character Àjàlá might as well be an urban legend.
Leaders bring taxpayers in to share the burden.
Therapy Dogs is a creatively stylized take on high school, following two friends in their senior year. Though the film is unlikely to appeal to all viewers, given its deliberately disjointed narrative, it manages to capture something of the nihilism–and violence–of wayward teenagers
Musk has tried to ingratiate himself with authoritarians the world over.
“Not guilty, and I am ready to defend the same with my body.”
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Isabel Quintero and her ex-husband find the perfect tacos to eat at the end of their marriage.
Democrats' recrimination plans go up in smoke.
Carr squeaked out a re-election win over a Democratic rival who pledged that she would not enforce Georgia's "heartbeat law" abortion ban.
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