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'Willy Wonka' actress Denise Nickerson dies at 62: family

Denise Nickerson, who starred as the gun-snapping Violet Beauregarde in the 1971 film, "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," has died at 62 after being taken off life support Tuesday, herfamily said.

CNN's Anderson Cooper accuses Trump of being 'dictator curious'

CNN’s Anderson Cooper accused President Trump of being “dictator curious” after his recent meetings with Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and North Korea’s Kim Jong un.

'Deepfake' videos, other tech could threaten 2020 election, Dems fear

The House Intelligence Committee heard from artificial intelligence experts in a meeting Thursday over the potential threat “deepfake” technology could pose on America’s national security leading up to the 2020 presidential election.

Kamala Harris tells Colbert that Senate panel will push on with Trump probe

During Sen. Kamala Harris’ appearance on "Late Night with Stephen Colbert" on Wednesday, the 2020 presidential hopefulsaid the Senate Intelligence Committee will not stop its investigation into President Trump despite what Harris described as Trump's threats to “hold America’s infrastructure hostage.

Trump jokes that he'll serve 5 terms at Pennsylvania rally

President Trump joked that he could serve as many as five terms during a campaign rally Monday, just a month after saying on Twitter that his first two years in the White House were robbed from him as a result of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

NBC's Seth Meyers a 'useful idiot' for some Dems' anti-Semitism, columnist writes

After NBC "Late Night" host Seth Meyers welcomed U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib onto his talk show this week, one conservative columnist blasted the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member as a “useful idiot,” alleging that Meyers was giving the far-left Michigan Democrat a platform foranti-Semiticremarks.

California city tests universal basic income program ahead of 2020

The city of Stockton, California, which launched a universal basic income pilot program in February, will hear stories from a select group of recipients of the no-strings-attached cash by the end of April, adding tangible anecdotes to the national political conversation on income inequality ahead of 2020.

Cher blasts 'thug' Trump after it appeared they reached a common ground

So much for common ground, Cher blasts "lizard-brain"Trump. Cher slams Trump’s “lizard brain” and said that Democrats “still don’t get it,” Monday in an attempt to reject praise from the 45th presidentonher stance on immigration and homeless vets in the city of Los Angeles.

Google’s Wing kicks off first drone delivery service in Australia

The air delivery developer Wing, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, began flying fresh food, coffee, over the counter medications and other products to select customers as part of its first commercial drone delivery service launched in Australia’s capital this week.

Friendly's closes up shop at 23 Northeast locations

Friendly’s faces less than friendly store closures. Known for its ice cream and family friendly restuarants, Massachusetts-based Friendly’s decided to close 23 more locations in the Northeast in an effort to recover from bankruptcy and reposition the brand in today’s competitive market, The Boston Globe and Mass Live reported.

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