Sacha Baron Cohen has been making headlines for his pranks on his Showtime series “Who Is America?” However, in February 2017, a gun store owner wasn’t fooled by the actor’s antics. Read more about this at foxnews.com.
The family of KFC’s Colonel Harland Sanders has come to his defense after Papa John’s founder John Schnatter suggested the colonel had used the N-word but hadn’t faced criticism for doing so. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
TrueLayer, the London startup that’s built a developer platform to make it easy for fintech and other adjacent companies, such as retailers, to access bank APIs — and ride the Open Banking and PSD2 gravy train — has picked up further $7.5 million in funding. Leading the round is venture
Saudi Arabia's oil exports will be little changed in July after production rose by nearly 500,000 barrels a day last month, according to the kingdom's OPEC governor. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
A sudden medical diagnosis can mean the need to plan your finances. Here's how to keep calm and organize some top considerations. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
The “Hostel” filmmaker and actress Lorenza Izzo married in 2014. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
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Truthbrary.org is the website of Dr. Billy W. Ruddick, a character Cohen plays in Who Is America?, but the conspiracy theories it aggregates are taken from across the web. Read more about this at wired.com.
President Donald Trump and his political action committee spent $274,000 on ads on Facebook since early May, the New York Times reports. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
That’s so Carrie. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
William Shatner fans, don’t even think about asking the “Star Trek” actor for an autograph. It’s not going to happen. Read more about this at foxnews.com.
The executive order is intended to establish two panels dedicated to finding job training and education opportunities for U.S. workers, Ivanka Trump said. Read more about this at cnbc.com.