Producers wanted to lift the “Rolling in the Deep” singer while a pool filled beneath her, presenting the illusion that she floated on water; she called it “an old pond.”
Ortiz entered the Hall on his first try. Schilling, Clemens and Bonds have gone 10 years without success, meaning the traditional route to Cooperstown, N.Y. is closed.
San Jose officials want gun owners to pay a $25 fee and get insurance to cover any damage they cause with their weapons. Gun groups call it an unconstitutional “tax.”
In addition to cocaine, the mixture also contains adrenaline and cortisol; surgeons say without it the human body will reject a transplanted heart.
Dinklage, an award-winning actor, is a dwarf. He objects to remaking Snow White because it includes “seven dwarfs living in a cave together.”
Avenatti wants to represent himself, which means he might get to cross-examine Daniels personally; the two once teamed up to sue Donald Trump.
Qatar Airways has grounded 21 Airbus jets since August because the exterior paint cracks and chips off, creating “serious and legitimate safety concerns.”
Youngkin is targeting teachers who present “divisive subjects” in the classroom, including Critical Race Theory.
Neil Young, whose hits include “Heart of Gold” and “Keep on Rockin’ in the Free World,” objects to Rogan’s “misinformation” about COVID-19 vaccines.
A law set to take effect in four months allows Thai citizens to grow cannabis plants at home, as long as they notify their local governments first.