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UPDATE: Disney CEO Bob Iger said on Thursday that it would be “very difficult” for his company to continue filming in Georgia if the state’s abortion bill becomes law. “I rather doubt we will,” Iger said in an interview with Reuters.“I think many people who work for us will not want to work there, and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard. Right now we are watching it very carefully.”

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A comedian continues to remind the world that Hollywood posters keep cutting women's heads off.

This has been going on for decades, but not many people have taken note.

Rampant and egregious sexism in Hollywood films is nothing new, but thanks to the recent efforts of stand-up comedian Marcia Belsky, the public is now hipper to a bizarre manifestation of the objectification of actresses and women in general.

It seems that movie studios have a well-established history of cutting women’s heads off in their film’s posters.

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A 12-year-old journalist was threatened by law enforcement for reporting a story, but she knew her rights.

The reporter first caught the public’s attention after reporting on a murder in her neighborhood.

Twelve-year-old journalist Hilde Lysiak is a reporter and the founder of the Orange Street News. She gained national attention at the age of nine after being the first reporter on the scene at a murder in her neighborhood and beating her local paper to the scoop.

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Why Chaplin’s Speech from The Great Dictator Matters Today

The 1940 film offers wisdom that’s relevant in 2018.

Democracy calls for citizens to take a stand and fight for their beliefs around dinner tables, in public forums, and on social media. But in the Trump era, rancor has eclipsed civil discourse far too often.

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