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Trump meets the bunny..

The National Institutes of Health, which includes the alcohol institute, is looking into whether any of its workers broke federal rules prohibiting employees from asking for money when they met with alcohol companies to discuss an upcoming government study on the potential benefits of moderate drinking, according to a New York Times investigation.

The Catholic university in Steubenville, Ohio sent out a tweet on Friday saying its ad was rejected for content that is “shocking, sensational, and excessively violent.”

DOW -450 TODAY.. Monday night bar rooms are no doubt full near Wall Street..

Yet another ridiculous new fad challenge.. It’s a game called the “condom-snorting challenge” and, not unlike other dangerous dares that have swept social media, teenagers have been doing it — for years now. “There are all kinds of drugs, and kids are clever, so it’s just really: What are our kids doing? So, that’s what we try to share,” Stephen Enriquez, a state education specialist in San Antonio, told Fox affiliate KABB. He visited a school to warn parents and teachers not only about drugs and alcohol but also about these social media challenges, according to the station.

MAKERS OF GET OUT ARE BACK: THR reports that Lindelof and Nick Cuse are behind the script alongside while American Gods and Westworld’s Craig Zobel will direct. Lindelof, Curse and Zobel have previously worked together on HBO’s The Leftovers.The Hunt will reportedly take inspiration from the current political climate in the US and the tensions between the left and right leaning.

The man who plays the gruff, stern — yet wholly charming — police chief in a made-up city in Indiana came to the real Indiana for the first time ever to talk to hundreds of “Stranger Things” super fans Saturday.. David Harbour answered questions from the mostly teenage audience at Indiana Comic Con and admitted that he didn’t think the massively popular Netflix show would be successful when he first started playing Chief Jim Hopper two years ago.

“Season 3 is set in the summer, so right out of the gate that’s a big difference,” Levy told Variety at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. “The first two seasons were very much school-based. This is that time of year where it’s not about school, it’s about the swimming pool and campfires and parades and Fourth of July and fireworks, so there’s kind of a poppy fun to Season 3 that’s really enjoyable before things inevitably turn super dark.”



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