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Thanksgiving football’s coming, but CBS and Dish Network still ‘far apart’ on blackout

[ad_1] CBS and Dish Network don't appear to be any closer to making a deal to end a blackout of CBS for Dish customers, even with Thanksgiving -- and the traditional holiday NFL game on CBS -- quickly approaching. "We obviously want to strike a fair deal with Dish as soon as possible -- but we remain far apart on terms," CBS said in a statement on Wednesday. Tuesday morning, local stations owned by CBS went dark on Dish Network's satellite system. The...

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The Best Black Movies To Watch On Thanksgiving

[ad_1] Source: Sunset Boulevard / Getty Aside from indulging in the mouth-watering food, Thanksgiving is also about spending time with family and enjoying that quality time that often gets pushed aside during the daily grind. Playing family games, reminiscing about old times and listening to music are all great ways to bond with the family, but watching movies may be the best way of all. Black cinema has so many movies that not only make you laugh, cry and everything in between, but they also encourage the family to sit around and enjoy each other through films that were either a part...

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How To Give Back Around The Holidays

[ad_1] Source: Ariel Skelley / Getty There’s more to Thanksgiving than decorated dinner tables and dishes of your favorite food. It’s about showing gratitude, love and being thankful for our many blessings. It’s also about giving back and paying it forward for all the times someone has been a blessing to us. It’s important that we remember those less fortunate always, but especially during the holiday season. If you’re wondering just how to do that, here are five ways that you and your family can give back together during the holidays. Adopt A Family Source: Pamela Moore / Getty Sponsoring a family during the...

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Rashida Jones explains why she left ‘Toy Story 4’

[ad_1] "The breakneck speed at which journalists have been naming the next perpetrator renders some reporting irresponsible," the two said in a statement to the New York Times. "We did not leave Pixar because of unwanted advances. That is untrue. We parted ways because of creative and, more importantly, philosophical differences.""There is so much talent at Pixar," Jones and McCormack added. "We remain enormous fans of their films, but it is also a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice."Pixar has been criticized for a lack of female and minority representation -- both...

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Gayle King says Charlie Rose allegations are ‘painful’ but necessary for CBS to cover

[ad_1] "Now we are all part of the story." CBS News is very publicly grappling with the sexual misconduct allegations against veteran journalist Charlie Rose. The network's journalists are conducting their own investigation in the wake of the Washington Post story that led to Rose's firing on Tuesday. "I never in a million years thought that we, Charlie Rose, CBS would be involved in this story in this way," Gayle King said Wednesday. "But I also think we're not shy about reporting it....

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa returns to lead nation into ‘new democracy’

[ad_1] Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is scheduled to be sworn in on Friday, arrived at the ruling ZANU-PF party headquarters in the evening to the cheers of thousands of supporters, eager to hear from "The Crocodile," as he is known.Mnangagwa's return comes after a night of euphoric celebration. For the first day in nearly four decades, Zimbabweans experienced life free from Mugabe's iron grip. "Today we are witnessing the beginning of a new and unfolding democracy," he told his supporters. "The voice of the people is the voice of God." Mugabe, 93, fired Mnangagwa as his deputy more than two weeks...

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