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A recent documentary released by Investigation Discovery titled “Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV” has shed light on the working environment at Nickelodeon under former producer Dan Schneider. Premiering on Sunday, the documentary is now available for streaming on Max. The docuseries delves into the harmful situations that child actors and adult employees were allegedly put in during Schneider’s time at Nickelodeon. Schneider, who departed from the network in 2018, does not make an appearance in the documentary. However, former writers, child stars, staffers, and journalists provide firsthand accounts of the environment at Nickelodeon under Schneider’s leadership.…

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A federal appeals court has put a hold on a Texas immigration law that would allow state officials to arrest and detain suspected illegal immigrants. This decision comes after the Supreme Court gave clearance for the law, with three liberal justices dissenting. The law, which has raised concerns of racial profiling and increased detentions in Texas, is facing ongoing legal challenges at the federal appeals court level. Governor Abbott has called the court order a “positive development,” while the White House press secretary disagrees with the ruling, calling it a burden on law enforcement and border chaos. The Supreme Court…

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The 2024 NCAA Tournament, known as March Madness, is officially underway with the First Four games scheduled to kick off on Tuesday. As fans across the country gear up for the madness, CBS Sports is offering a printable bracket for fans to fill out and track their picks throughout the tournament. In addition to the printable bracket, CBS Sports is providing extensive coverage of the tournament, including previews, picks, advice, stats, breaking news, analysis, video breakdowns, and podcasts. Fans can also join CBS Sports Bracket Games to compete against the public or create a bracket group with friends and family…

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Exciting Changes Coming to Overwatch 2 Season 10 on White Houser Get ready, Overwatch fans! Season 10 of Overwatch 2 is set to introduce some major updates that will change the game for all players. The most anticipated change is the introduction of a new hero, Venture, who will be available for free to all players. Not only that, but Blizzard has announced that all future heroes will also be free for players at launch. But that’s not all – when season 10 launches in April, players will have access to all previously released heroes as well. However, new players…

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Famine Imminent in Gaza Strip as Food Insecurity Reaches Critical Levels A new report from the leading authority on hunger has warned that famine is ‘imminent’ in northern Gaza, with the entire population of the Gaza Strip facing high levels of acute food insecurity. The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification report has indicated that famine could spread to central and southern Gaza by July, leading to potential deaths among children due to lack of food and water. In response, U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for an immediate humanitarian cease-fire to address the crisis. Israeli authorities have come under…

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St. John’s Basketball Coach Rick Pitino Disappointed After NCAA Snub In a surprising turn of events, St. John’s basketball team was left out of the NCAA Tournament selection by the committee, much to the disappointment of head coach Rick Pitino. Pitino expressed his frustration with the NCAA Evaluation Tool (NET) rankings, calling them fraudulent and questioning their accuracy. Despite finishing the season strong, St. John’s was not able to secure a spot in March Madness, leaving Pitino and his players feeling disheartened. Pitino commended the committee for their hard work but made it clear that he disagreed with their decision…

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San Antonio’s Astronomical Club Gears Up for Upcoming Total Solar Eclipse As the total solar eclipse on April 8 approaches, members of the San Antonio Astronomical Club are busy preparing for the rare celestial event. The eclipse, which will only be visible in the westernmost part of the city, has prompted the club to give lectures and emphasize the importance of safety when observing the sun. With an estimated 31 million people in North America expected to be in the path of totality, the club is recommending that individuals avoid the city for better viewing opportunities. The Central Arkansas Astronomical…

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Schools and colleges in parts of the Russian region of Belgorod will be closed on Monday and Tuesday as Ukrainian attacks intensify. Shopping malls in the affected districts will also be shut down on Sunday and Monday amid reports of sabotage groups targeting the Belgorod and Kursk regions. Russian President Vladimir Putin is said to be closely monitoring the situation in Belgorod and Kursk, where two people were tragically killed in a series of early morning attacks on Saturday. Despite the ongoing violence, voting for the Russian presidential election continued in Belgorod as scheduled. The governor of Belgorod has acknowledged…

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Alex Garland’s latest film “Civil War” made headlines at the SXSW festival, sparking controversy and conversation among viewers and critics alike. Some media outlets have even drawn parallels between the film and the anxieties surrounding the 2024 election between Biden and Trump. The Associated Press has described the film as an “election year provocation” and a “bold gamble” for its bold and intense storyline. The trailer for the film paints a picture of a near-future America on the edge of a civil war, with scenes of chaos and conflict gripping the nation. The plot follows a courageous war journalist, played…

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Shohei Ohtani and Wife Arrive in South Korea for Season-Opening Games MLB star Shohei Ohtani and his wife, Mamiko Tanaka, made a grand entrance in South Korea with his Los Angeles Dodgers teammates ahead of their highly anticipated season-opening games against the San Diego Padres. Ohtani, who signed a record-breaking $700 million contract with the Dodgers in December, arrived at the airport wearing a training suit and a backwards cap, with his wife walking behind him. Fans showed their support for Ohtani with signs proclaiming him as the “GOATANI (Greatest Of All Time is Ohtani) GO” and praising him as…

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