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Presidential dogs cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more this is a P. dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com hi folks China's battle with a new virus could hit you in the pocket book AP correspondent Rita fully explains think I phones laptops TV these toys even cars now think about China much of its industry locked down because of the deadly virus Wuhan the city at the center of the corona virus outbreak has five factories that make crucial components for televisions and laptops most of apple's iPhones another apple devices are made in China some of its suppliers are in the region that includes will Han experts say if much of China's industry remains at a standstill for the next few weeks it'll hit western nations retailers auto companies and manufacturers will start to run out of the goods they depend on read a folly Washington if you've been hoping for the chance to see the musical Hamilton with its original Broadway cast you'll soon get the opportunity on the big screen the Walt Disney company says it's going to distribute a four year old live capture of the show in the US and Canada on October fifteenth twenty twenty one the film was made at the Richard Rodgers theatre on Broadway in June of twenty sixteen will star the original Tony Award winners Lin Manuel Miranda as Alexander Hamilton W. digs as marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus the lone baseball writer who didn't vote for former longtime Yankees captain Derek Jeter for the hall of fame chose to keep his or her ballot private the baseball writers association of America released the balance of three hundred fourteen hall voters on Tuesday and all public ballots included Jeter Jeter was on three hundred ninety six of three.

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