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Obama To Charlie Rose On CBS: Mosul Will Fall By End Of Year

Charlie Rose landed an interview with President Obama in which the Commander-in-Chief insists Mosul will fall by year’s end and argues against making public the 28 pages of secret government documents about 9/11 that deal with Saudi Arabia. 274 more words

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CBS Sets Ryan Kadro at Top of 'CBS This Morning' in Showrunner Shift

Ryan Kadro, who has worked with “CBS This Morning” as a top producer since the current edition of the program was in development in 2011, will become executive producer of the show as it continues to make strides in TV’s increasingly competitive morning-news wars. 303 more words

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"Friendgrass"

Facebook’s Chief Product Officer appearing on Charlie Rose plans to harvest your “friendgrass”.

According to FB’s CPO, “friendgrass” is social media speak for what was formerly referred to as community, network, connections, “friends”, followers, etc. 17 more words

Marc Jacobs Launched Naomi Campbell's New Book Last Night

I had spotted Naomi Campbell dining on a late lunch with Edward Enninful at Sant Ambroeus on Wednesday with her requisite hot sauce, and I knew something was up. 275 more words

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Those with Excellent Credit Scores Prefer Taylor Swift Over Kanye West

What does your credit score say about whether you’re on Team Taylor or Team Kanye?

According to a survey done by WalletHub, your credit score could reveal more than just your creditworthiness. 185 more words

Finance

Thomas Sowell and Charlie Rose on "diversity"

A couple of observations:

1. Charlie Rose—to borrow a phrase from the Brits—is a git. After Dr. Sowell mentions that the term “diversity” is meaningless and enumerates the several countries in which he’s studied “diversity”-boosting affirmative action policies, thus establishing his expertise, Rose interrupts him to explain “diversity” to the esteemed professor as if Sowell is ignorant on the matter. 422 more words

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