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Meet the Cast Bringing Sally Rooney's 'Conversations With Friends' to Life

In "Conversation With Friends", audiences return to Trinity College Dublin where friends Frances and Bobbi find themselves entangled in illicit affairs.
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Гидрометцентр: "Опасное солнце" ожидает ряд регионов России в ближайшие дни
Гидрометцентр: "Опасное солнце" ожидает ряд регионов России в ближайшие дни
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US forest chief calls for a pause on prescribed fire operations
The U.S. Forest Service has been facing much criticism for the prescribed fire in New Mexico that escaped its containment lines and joined with another blaze.
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Judge gives border towns reprieve from greater disaster — but can’t end Team Biden’s ‘let them in’ insanity
After a federal judge blocked the feds from lifting Title 42, Team Biden and his entire administration don’t have any better ideas than “let them all in,” at the border.
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Surfside condo collapse site to be sold to Dubai developer DAMAC Properties for $120M
The site of the Surfside condo collapse that killed 98 people last year will be sold to a Dubai developer for $120 million, according to The Miami Herald.
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Longtime New Yorker writer, editor Roger Angell has died
Writer Roger Angell died Friday of heart failure, according to The New Yorker.
Take a tour of 'Harry's House': Harry Styles launches L.A. pop-up shop for new album
A pop-up shop promoting Harry Styles' brand-new album, 'Harry's House,' has appeared in West Hollywood on La Cienega Boulevard.
Tennis tours strip ranking points at Wimbledon over decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players
Wimbledon, the third of the four majors on the tennis calendar, is arguably the most famous tennis tournament in the world. This year, however, the men's and women's professional tours, along with the International Tennis Federation (ITF), have opted to strip its ranking points for the grand slam event.
This teen was targeted in a sextortion scheme. Hours later he took his own life
A 17-year-old high school student was threatened in a sextortion scam led by cybercriminals. Hours later, he left a note to his family expressing his embarrassment and took his own life. Now his mother, Pauline Stuart speaks out.
Loyola High hires Keith Ramsey to be its baseball coach
Keith Ramsey leaves Mira Costa to coach his alma mater, Los Angeles Loyola High, in baseball.
Reuters: Власти Германии и Италии разрешили компаниям открыть рублевые счета для покупки газа
Reuters: Власти Германии и Италии разрешили компаниям открыть рублевые счета для покупки газа
Surgeon has a wait list for luxurious ‘Birkin Body’ procedure
A procedure has been dubbed "the Birkin Body" because it's so hard to get and costs so much money that it's reminiscent of the famous Hermès bag.
Destroyer, Coast Guard team seize $39M worth of drugs in Gulf of Oman
The destroyer Momsen and a U.S. Coast Guard team seized approximately $39 million worth of methamphetamine in the Gulf of Oman this week.
Biden must force feckless WHO to hold Russia accountable for devastating Ukraine’s health facilities
But WHO members should go further next week: remove Russia from the executive board and suspend Moscow’s voting rights.
Zelensky calls Russia's strike on cultural center 'absolute evil, absolute stupidity'
Ginni Thomas Urged Arizona Lawmakers to Overturn Election
The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote to legislators in a crucial swing state after the Trump campaign’s loss in 2020.
Buffalo Mourns ‘Star in the Midst of Turmoil’ Killed in Racist Attack
Heyward Patterson, a 67-year-old church deacon whose life revolved around service and faith, was the first of 10 massacre victims to be laid to rest.
Judge blocks CDC from ending Title 42 expulsions
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot move forward with a plan to discontinue pandemic-related emergency rules that allow U.S. border agents to rapidly expel migrants to Mexico or their home countries on public health grounds, a federal judge in Louisiana ruled Friday.
More anti-abortion young activists are finding their voices after leaked SCOTUS opinion
After the draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade leaked, anti-abortion activists can now see a road to a post–Roe v. Wade era.
Monkeypox? Really!?
It feels like a sick cosmic joke upon our pandemic-weary souls. So here’s everything you need to to know about it.
Freed California siblings feared opposing rundown housing
A year after they were freed from the horribly abusive home of their parents in Southern California, some of the 13 children said they felt pressure to move to a rundown apartment in a crime-ridden area by the county agency tasked with their care
Twerking McDonald’s ‘hamburglar’ busted on video: ‘She was McMad’
The momma-to-be is in a lot of 'McTrouble,' sheriffs said.
‘Riverdale’ Exclusive: Fangs Just Wants to Help Baby Anthony
Check out an exclusive scene from this week's new episode.
Yankees put an ‘emphasis’ on base running after last year’s struggles
Average isn’t quite so average when the alternative is dreadful.
Judge Jeanine rips BLM leaders misspending donations
Judge Jeanine Pirro voices her concerns over Black Lives Matter leaders using donations to live a wealthy lifestyle on ‘The Five.’
Cat reunited with owners 16 years after running away
A few weeks ago, a woman who had been feeding a stray cat brought it into the vet with a bad injury. It was about to be put down, but a microchip saved its life.
COVID asylum restrictions continue on border
A federal judge in Louisiana is refusing to end pandemic-related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border (May 20)
Coronavirus FAQ: I took Paxlovid. I felt better. Then symptoms rebounded. What's up?
The antiviral drug is prescribed to those at risk of severe disease. It's been credited with reducing hospitalizations. But then there's the "Paxlovid rebound."
Crooked DEA Agent Sold Intel to Defense Attorneys, Feds Say
AFP via GettyA veteran Drug Enforcement Administration agent working out of the agency’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. is accused of accepting tens of thousands of dollars in bribes in exchange for internal agency secrets, prosecutors announced Friday.John Costanzo, Jr., 47, traded “nonpublic DEA information, including information about forthcoming, sealed indictments and nonpublic investigations, such as the identities of individuals charged and the anticipated timing of arrests; and intelligence which Costanzo obtained from a confidential DEA database,” according to an indictment unsealed in Manhattan federal court.Costanzo, who allegedly used a so-called burner phone to throw investigators off the scent, spent the money on repairs to his Porsche, airline tickets, and a $50,000 down payment on a condominium, the filing alleges.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Risk-averse Rangers suppressing Artemi Panarin’s most valuable qualities
We know that we have not seen the real Artemi Panarin through the first eight games of the playoffs.
Last kid sheltering in Ukraine basement now draws monsters, misses his best friend
At just 8 years old, he's endured unimaginable horror. The sound of constant shelling has left him shell-shocked and traumatized.
Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan
President Joe Biden opened his trip to Asia on Friday with a focus on the U.S. tech sector, touring a Samsung computer chip plant in South Korea. During his six-day stay, Mr. Biden will also visit Japan. Nancy Cordes reports.
Monkeypox Cases in Belgium May Be Linked to Fetish Festival: Organizers
Attendees at a recently concluded festival in Antwerp have been cautioned, as authorities warn summer festivals could further spread monkeypox.
PGA Championship: John Daly's presence brings joy to golf fans, one memory goes viral
John Daly made an appearance at the PGA Championship and was in the lead in the first round for a brief moment.
Justice Department to appeal decision blocking Biden admin from ending Title 42
The Department of Justice will appeal a federal court decision barring the Biden Administration from ending Title 42.
Babies hospitalized as formula shortage grows more dire
Multiple children have been hospitalized due to the shortage.
Rangers’ conservative gameplan hindering Artemi Panarin’s risk-taking
The 30-year-old Russian did not make the kind of impact the Rangers need him to against such high-powered competition in the Hurricanes.
Secret Service agents sent home after Seoul incident
The start of President Biden's first trip to Asia since taking office has been overshadowed by two Secret Service agents being sent home after an alleged altercation with a taxi driver in Seoul. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
Elon Musk calls out old Clinton campaign tweet as ‘hoax,’ asks Twitter for answers
Elon Musk called out an old Hillary Clinton tweet from 2016 as a “hoax” Friday after a Twitter user flagged it for misleading disinformation.
Unvaccinated 3-year-old girl can’t see New York City Ballet: lawsuit
An unvaccinated 3-year-old girl can’t see shows at the New York City Ballet because the theater still requires the jab  – which she is too young to receive, new court papers allege.
Тихоокеанский флот отметит 291-й день рождения
21 мая отмечается День Тихоокеанского флота. Этоn праздник был учрежден в 1999 году. Но военные корабли на Дальнем Востоке появились еще при Анне Иоанновне, по указу которой 21 мая 1731 года была учреждения Охотская военная флотилия, положившая начало Тихоокеанскому флоту
Child traumatized after surviving Russian occupation
An 8-year-old boy who has sheltered in a basement with his mother since Russia invaded Ukraine is too traumatized to talk about the war. He used to draw pictures of sunny skies and happy homes, but now draws only monsters and tanks. Debora Patta has more.
Mom of slain warn vet blasts plea deal that let Mary Saunders off with time served
Brame said that the Manhattan District Attorney's office didn't call her in for a meeting until after the woman struck a deal.
Stocks flirt with bear market amid concerns
The stock market's slump this year briefly pulled the S&P 500 into what's known as a bear market Friday, before a late rally put the index in the green. (May 20)
Family of Buffalo shooting victim considers suing gunmaker
The family of a victim in the Buffalo supermarket shooting has hired lawyers who are looking into potential claims against Remington, which produced the gun allegedly used in the massacre. Jericka Duncan reports.
Tornado wreaks havoc in northern Michigan community
The tornado inflicted major damage, including flipped vehicles and torn roofs.
Emmy Rossum gets weird in wacky series ‘Angelyne:’ review
The Peacock series “Angelyne,” about the mysterious blond bombshell who graced LA billboards in the ’80s, is quirkier than your standard biopic. Now streaming, the limited series follows Angelyne (Emmy Rossum, “Shameless”), nee Ronia Tamar Goldberg, who, for decades, has been an iconic curiosity driving around in her pink Corvette (think a more Hollywood version...
Child hospitalizations rise due to baby formula shortage
More hospitals are reporting children needing treatment because they aren't getting enough nutrition due to the baby formula shortage. Jamie Yuccas has more.
'Need a Tragedy': Woman Dragged for Rude Comment Against Dinner Party Host
Afterward, the woman was mad that the target of her comment didn't say anything to let her apologize.