Meghan Collins Sullivan

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Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Publisher Suspends Shipping Of Blake Bailey Book

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Three former students and a publishing executive have alleged sexual misconduct by award-winner Blake Bailey, with two accusing the author of rape, according to reports. Bailey denies the allegations.

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As COVID-19 Mostly Halted Filming In The U.S., Movie Magic Forged Ahead In Bulgaria

Monday, March 29, 2021

Frequent COVID testing and other safety measures at Nu Boyana in Sofia has allowed the studio — home to 300: Rise of an Empire and Rambo: Last Blood — to continue filming during the pandemic.

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Bulgaria Begins Mass-Vaccination Effort; All Welcome To Line Up In 'Green Corridors'

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

In an effort to boost vaccination rates among a skeptical public, Bulgaria has opened up COVID-19 inoculations to all who want them — with many waiting in line for hours to receive a first dose.

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'When You Trap A Tiger' And 'We Are Water Protectors' Win Top Children's Book Honors

Monday, January 25, 2021

America's librarians award Tae Keller's When You Trap A Tiger the Newbery Medal and We Are Water Protectors illustrated by Michaela Goade and written by Carole Lindstrom won the Caldecott medal.

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Excerpts From 'A Promised Land': Listen To Former President Obama Tell His Story

Monday, November 16, 2020

In his memoir A Promised Land, Obama tells the story of his political rise through the first two years of his presidency. Here, listen to excerpts from the book before its release on Tuesday.

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Remembering Front-Line Workers Lost To COVID-19

Monday, June 22, 2020

The U.S. has lost more than 120,000 people since the coronavirus started sickening Americans five months ago. Here we remember a few of those who continued working during the pandemic, serving others.

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Share Your Story: Remembering COVID-19 Front-Line Workers

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, many are being touched by the deaths of family and friends. We'd like to share your memories of loved ones you've lost to the virus.

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Exclusive 1st Read: Erik Larson's 'The Splendid And The Vile'

Thursday, February 20, 2020

The bestselling author of Dead Wake turns his attention to the first year of Winston Churchill's prime ministership, at a moment when Adolf Hitler overtakes France — and England could be next.

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Edward Snowden Tells NPR: The Executive Branch 'Sort Of Hacked The Constitution'

Thursday, September 12, 2019

In an interview with NPR about his memoir, Permanent Record, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden denies any cooperation with Russian intelligence and says he would return if guaranteed a fair trial.

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Tell-Alls, Dramatic Warnings And The Obamas Lead Political Books Of 2018

Thursday, December 27, 2018

This year brought memoirs from several former Trump administration officials, investigations by journalists reporting on Trump's White House — and a look back from former first lady Michelle Obama.

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EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Obama Reads From Her Forthcoming Memoir 'Becoming'

Monday, November 12, 2018

In two audio clips from her memoir, set to hit shelves Tuesday, the former first lady reads about her life at Princeton and about her difficulties having a baby.

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Belgian Authorities Identify Third Suspected Bomber In Brussels Attacks

Friday, March 25, 2016

The man on the left in a widely circulated surveillance image is 24-year-old Najim Laachraoui, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor's office.

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Brussels Attacks, One Day After: What We Know

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Terrorist attacks in Brussels killed at least 31 and wounded at least 270 on Tuesday. As the city mourns, police continue to search for a suspected accomplice.

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What If The Pharmacist Just Dropped Pills Into Your Hand?

Monday, December 07, 2015

Think, for a moment, about what happens when you collect a prescription at the pharmacy — or purchase Tylenol or Advil or baby aspirin. You walk out of the CVS or Rite Aid or Walgreens with a neatly packaged container of pills. Maybe the pills were counted, dropped into a ...

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Pigeon, Parakeet And Pony: Amsterdam Food Truck Serves Maligned Meat

Monday, March 09, 2015

Every region of the world seems to have a local critter dish liable to raises visitors' eyebrows — think boiled lobsters in Maine, dried grasshoppers in Mexico, snails in France and sheep stomach in Scotland.

In Amsterdam, two artists are trying to widen their city's list of local tasty creatures ...

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Introducing Roma Cuisine, The Little-Known 'Soul Food' Of Europe

Friday, May 16, 2014

It's no secret that tensions surrounding the Roma people in Europe are running high these days.

Earlier this year, when restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians who wanted to work in other EU countries were lifted, some were dismayed. Their concern: That it would be easier for the Roma — ...

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Woman Organizes Against Police Killings In Brazil Ahead Of World Cup

Friday, May 16, 2014

The World Cup kicks off in Brazil in less than a month, and preparations are still ongoing — three stadiums are still under construction.

Boston resident Liz Martin is worried that part of the preparations for the World Cup will include more violence by the police.

Amnesty International reports that ...

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Romanian Project Reunites Abandoned Children With Families

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Mioara stands on her doorstep in rural Romania, an infant clinging tightly to her neck and a toddler attached to each leg.

The 36-year-old Roma woman is the mother of eight. Her two oldest children are blind and attend a free boarding school in Iasi, on the border with Moldova. ...

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