Actor Will Smith attends the Warner Bros. Pictures' Focus premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 24, 2015, in Hollywood, California. Smith could soon be added to a highly anticipated movie, according to a new, unconfirmed report. JASON MERRITT/BENZINGA
Entertainment

Disney Ain’t Never Had A Friend Like Will Smith: Could Actor Return To This Movie Franchise?

The slap heard around the world happened at the 2022 Academy Awards and saw Will Smith receive a 10-year ban the award show.
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A bright moon shining in the sky at night. Stars in the night sky are vanishing due to light pollution, according to new research. CHATHAM172/SWNS TALKER
Energy

Why The Night Sky Is Vanishing

In many inhabited places, the night sky never fully grows dark and why the night sky is vanishing.
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If a nuclear attack is launched people should hole up in the corners of concrete buildings to have the best chance of survival, according to new research. It's better than cowering in corridors - or near windows or doors, say scientists. UNIVERSITY OF NICOSIA/SWNS TALKER
Energy

Study Suggest Best Way To Survive A Nuclear Attack

The most dangerous critical indoor locations to avoid are the windows, the corridors and the doors.
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Veteran Roger Roberts and care assistant Holli Whitehouse in the water as Roger goes swimming for the first time since WW2. Nursing home bosses arranged for Roger Roberts to go for his first dip in 80 years after HMS Charybdis came under attack in the English Channel in 1943. FOLEY GRANGE CARE HOME/SWNS TALKER
Features & Profiles

Navy Vet Goes Swimming For First Time Since Surviving WWII Torpedo Attack

“I enjoyed the swimming lesson, but it was a lot of effort for someone of my age.
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In this photo illustration the logo of US online social media and social networking service Twitter (C) is displayed on a smartphone screen on January 07, 2023, in Glastonbury, England. Twitter's CEO, Elon Musk, says Instagram makes people depressed and Twitter makes them angry. MATT CARDY/BENZINGA
C-Suite

‘Instagram Makes People Depressed’: Elon Musk Doubles Down On Criticism Of Social Media Platforms

The owner of one of the largest social media platforms in the world shared his latest criticism of a rival platform
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Ricard Darin portrays a prosecutor in the historical “Argentina 1985, which won the Golden Globe for Best Picture-Non-English Language.  AMAZON STUDIOS 
Entertainment

An Oscar Next? Argentina Won A Golden Globe And World Cup In Same Year— And Its Not The First Time

“Argentina, 1985” is a real-life drama of prosecutors who put military leaders on trial for crimes against humanity. The fiilm could be nominated for an Oscar when the 2023 nominations are annouced next week
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