As a lawyer, unfortunately, she does not look convincing but does great as an Indian Army Officer. She is given very little information about the case and is pressured easily by the Colonel. A heavy effort has been made to show Jennifer strong on-screen but she just looks headstrong and unreasonable at times. Monica's (Jennifer) lover, Officer Angad played by Tanuj Virwani, makes a powerful impression but still is always a step behind the lead actress of the show. The complexity of their relationship is played off as earth-shattering but seems forced with unnecessary flashback scenes. … [Read more...] about Code M Web Series Review: Jennifer Winget Looks Fierce While Unraveling Indian Army Secrets
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Tons of NFL stars showed up for the game ... but the funniest moment came when Buckeye legend Ezekiel Elliott was spotted in LSU's locker room after the game -- 'cause one of the players allegedly screamed at him, "Ohio State ain’t here. They’re watching from their couches." … [Read more...] about Joe Burrow Smokes Cigar After LSU Win, Odell Beckham Rages In Locker Room!
The "70/30" figure Sweeney mentions in his tweets is a reference to the revenue split provided to developers on the Steam platform, with 70 percent of revenue going to the studio and 30 percent to Steam (Valve updated this policy in November 2018 to allow games which generated $10-$50 million to keep 75 percent of revenue and titles that exceeded $50 million to keep 80 percent). The Epic Games Store, meanwhile, operates on an 88/12 percent revenue split with developers. … [Read more...] about Epic Games Store Tops $680M in Player Spending Throughout First Year
Warren says she’ll direct the Education Department to open a “wide-scale investigation” into how colleges, public higher-ed systems, and student lenders contribute to racial disparities. She also pledges to put back in place regulations on predatory for-profit colleges that were removed by Trump’s education secretary, Betsy DeVos, and to revamp the office of the student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that has lost its clout under the Trump administration. … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren Wants to Start Erasing Student Debt on Her First Day in the White House
Warren has made higher education a staple of her time in the Senate, constantly firing off letters to federal agencies demanding that they hold for-profit colleges and student-loan servicers accountable. She announces her student-debt plan on the same day that she’s scheduled to appear at a CNN town hall focused on young-adult issues organized by the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. Other 2020 contenders listed to speak at the youth-focused town hall are Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as well as South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren Wants to Wipe Out Student Debt for 42 Million Americans