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Q&A: T-Pain talks new book, embracing his musical legacy

Q&A: T-Pain talks new book, embracing his musical legacy

NEW YORK (AP) — There may be a plethora of adjectives to describe music superstar T-Pain, but boring is never included. So when the idea of writing a book was presented, he knew what he would not be writing: an autobiography.
Thanksgiving: If the feast is back, so are the leftovers

Thanksgiving: If the feast is back, so are the leftovers

We’ve all learned more than we bargained for about how to celebrate the holidays during uncertain times. Last year, many of us cooked smaller Thanksgiving feasts and celebrated by Zoom.
Alimentation Couche-Tard CEO optimistic worst of labour shortages is behind it

Alimentation Couche-Tard CEO optimistic worst of labour shortages is behind it

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. says labour shortages have been a big challenge for its convenience stores and suppliers, but the Quebec company believes the worst is behind it. The company says it faced a 7.

'Girl with the golden ear': Radio hitmaker Rosalie Trombley dies at 82

Canada's rock radio pioneer Rosalie Trombley, celebrated for her impeccable ability to sense a mega-hit and put it on the airwaves, has died. Her family says in a statement that Trombley died peacefully on Tuesday at age 82.
US GDP slowed sharply in Q3 but big rebound expected in Q4

US GDP slowed sharply in Q3 but big rebound expected in Q4

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy slowed to a modest annual rate of 2.1% in the July-September quarter according to the government’s second read of the data, slightly better than its first estimate.
US abortions may be inching up after decades of decline

US abortions may be inching up after decades of decline

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. abortions appear to be inching up after a long decline, though officials are cautious about calling it an upward trend because a government report issued Wednesday is incomplete.
Sweden's first female prime minister quits hours later

Sweden's first female prime minister quits hours later

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Hours after being tapped as Sweden’s first female prime minister, Magdalena Andersson resigned Wednesday after suffering a budget defeat in parliament and her coalition partner the Greens left the two-party minority governm

Subway sandwich chain co-founder Peter Buck dies at 90

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — Peter Buck, whose $1,000 investment in a family friend's Connecticut sandwich shop in 1965 provided the genesis for what is now the world's largest restaurant chain — Subway — has died. He was 90.
Q&A: Alana Haim lives out a Valley dream in ‘Licorice Pizza’

Q&A: Alana Haim lives out a Valley dream in ‘Licorice Pizza’

When Paul Thomas Anderson first mentioned to Alana Haim that he wanted to put her in a movie, she assumed it would be as an extra walking through the frame, or something. And she thought that would be pretty great.
Helen Mirren makes regal bow as Harry Potter quiz show host

Helen Mirren makes regal bow as Harry Potter quiz show host

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Helen Mirren is oddly absent from the Harry Potter film franchise that proved close to a full-employment act for Britain's acting greats. But she's found her own path into its magical world.