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Chelsea Handler’s personal ‘Evolution’ inspires new special

Chelsea Handler’s personal ‘Evolution’ inspires new special

NEW YORK — When Chelsea Handler decided to pursue therapy, the comic may not have realized the level of introspection she’d encounter. “It was nice to find out why I’ve been such a b---- for so long, and to also gain self-awareness.
Veggie burgers are still burgers, EU lawmakers rule

Veggie burgers are still burgers, EU lawmakers rule

BRUSSELS — Plant-based products that do not contain meat can continue to be labeled “sausages” or “burgers,” European lawmakers said Friday, when they rejected a proposal back by the meat industry to ban the terms.
In-person medical exam cancelled for residents seeking licence amid pandemic

In-person medical exam cancelled for residents seeking licence amid pandemic

An exam for thousands of resident doctors seeking licensure in Canada has been delayed again by COVID-19.
Seth Rogen on fighting cannabis stigma and why pot should be as accepted as beer

Seth Rogen on fighting cannabis stigma and why pot should be as accepted as beer

TORONTO — When actor Seth Rogen was growing up and smoking cannabis in Vancouver, he recalls there was a constant cloud of shame around the substance that still lingers.
NBC's Welker sharp in first turn as debate moderator

NBC's Welker sharp in first turn as debate moderator

NEW YORK — Moderator Kristen Welker — with the help of an offstage mute button — helped give Americans the substantive, crackling debate over leadership that had been missing so far during the 2020 presidential campaign.
Celebrities unite to various get-out-the-vote efforts

Celebrities unite to various get-out-the-vote efforts

NEW YORK — In the final days before the U.S. election, celebrities from Kerry Washington to Billie Jean King and Danai Gurira are urging Americans to vote.
Dancing through quarantine and Harlem - in a bubble

Dancing through quarantine and Harlem - in a bubble

NEW YORK — Living and breathing dance is par for the course at the Dance Theater of Harlem. It's just never looked like this.

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestsellers

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. A Time for Mercy John Grisham (Doubleday) 2. The Return Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central) 3. The Evening and the Morning Ken Follett (Viking) 4. The Book of Two Ways Jodi Picoult (Ballantine) 5. The Searcher Tana French (Viking) 6.

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1. A Time for Mercy, John Grisham (Doubleday) 2. Dog Man: Grime and Punishment, Dav Pilkey (Graphix) , 3, Room on the Broom, Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler (Puffin) 4. Modern Comfort Food, Ina Garten (Clarkson Potter) 5.
Animals, people rescue each other in heartfelt docuseries

Animals, people rescue each other in heartfelt docuseries

LOS ANGELES — In a new docuseries, a child who uses a walker meets a dog with its own version of wheels. Inmates find solace in training canines for adoption, and pigs strut their stuff in a “body positivity" celebration.