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1. “Rage” by Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster) 2. “Blackout” by Candace Owens (Threshold Editions) 3. “The Evening and the Morning” by Ken Follett (Viking) 4. “Total Power" by Vince Flynn and Kyle Miles (Atria/Emily Bestler Books) 5.
Holly Hunter suits up as US prosecutor in 'The Comey Rule'

Holly Hunter suits up as US prosecutor in 'The Comey Rule'

LOS ANGELES — Holly Hunter has been entrusted with playing an array of real-world women, from tennis great Billie Jean King to a cheerleading mom gone astray to her latest role, a federal prosecutor caught in the maw of politics.
Ulta Beauty halts expansion into Canada to focus on U.S. operations, online shopping

Ulta Beauty halts expansion into Canada to focus on U.S. operations, online shopping

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — A leading U.S. cosmetics chain has halted expansion plans into Canada, saying it will instead focus on its U.S. operations and "omnichannel capabilities" including online shopping. Ulta Beauty Inc.
Prada-Simons dialogue launches in virtual Milan preview

Prada-Simons dialogue launches in virtual Milan preview

Milan designers skirted the line between the virtual and the physical Thursday, taking lessons learned in lockdown to create new collections that are relevant in a reshaped world.
3 accused of creating man cave under Grand Central Terminal

3 accused of creating man cave under Grand Central Terminal

NEW YORK — Three railroad workers have been suspended for turning a storage room under New York's Grand Central Terminal into an unauthorized “man cave” with a television, a refrigerator, a microwave and a futon couch, officials said Thursday.
Mirrored depot will open Dutch museum's storage to public

Mirrored depot will open Dutch museum's storage to public

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — All the paintings, sculptures and other works that grace museums and galleries around the world are the visible tip of a huge art iceberg.
Sir Harold Evans, crusading publisher and author, dies at 92

Sir Harold Evans, crusading publisher and author, dies at 92

NEW YORK — Sir Harold Evans, the charismatic publisher, author and muckraker who brought investigative moxie to the British press, newsmaking dash to the American book business through bestsellers like “Primary Colors” and synergetic buzz to all as a
Beverley McLachlin remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg in award-winning memoir

Beverley McLachlin remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg in award-winning memoir

While she may have been awarded a $25,000 prize for political writing on Wednesday, former Supreme Court justice Beverley McLachlin doesn't see herself as a political person -- at least not in the colloquial sense.
Neon Dreams and Chantal Kreviazuk test waters of multi-province concert tours

Neon Dreams and Chantal Kreviazuk test waters of multi-province concert tours

TORONTO — Pop duo Neon Dreams and singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk are among the Canadian musicians who will take a swing at returning some semblance of normalcy to the country’s touring industry this fall.
Annual Lennon tribute, in 40th year, goes online

Annual Lennon tribute, in 40th year, goes online

NEW YORK — Like many other events, an annual John Lennon tribute concert that takes place in his adopted city of New York on his Oct. 9 birthday has been forced online because of the coronavirus pandemic.