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  • Huffington Post UK
  • HuffPost Australia

Recent articles by Marina:

British TV Network Will Ban Comedy Shows By All-Male Writing Staffs

ITV wants to combat the boys' club in comedy, where the storied “writers rooms” on sitcoms and late night shows often consist entirely or mostly of men. → Read More

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Is Out

Sanders regularly lectured reporters about negative coverage and mistakes — while repeatedly providing false information and defending Trump's lies. → Read More

Washington D.C. Renames Street Outside NASA Headquarters 'Hidden Figures Way'

The designation honors Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan, the trailblazing black women depicted in the book and movie “Hidden Figures.” → Read More

Netflix Renews 'Russian Doll' For Second Season

Co-creator and star Natasha Lyonne says the new season will be the “same show, just weirder.” → Read More

Louis CK 'Is A Joke Now', Says Comedian Hannah Gadsby

The "Nanette" star, who takes aim at the disgraced comedian's comeback attempt in her new Netflix comedy special, says C.K. "still honestly thinks he's the victim." → Read More

The Oscars Are Experimenting With A Series Of Date Changes

The 2020 Academy Awards ceremony will occur on its earliest date ever, but the next two shows will go back to the usual time. → Read More

Only Woman To Direct A Broadway Musical This Year Blasts Broadway's Lack Of Diversity

At the Tony Awards, "Hadestown" director Rachel Chavkin called out the lack of women and people of color leading the theater world's biggest productions. → Read More

NASA To Allow Private Citizens To Tour International Space Station

The agency is trying to raise money so they can send astronauts to the Moon in 2024. → Read More

Barack And Michelle Obama To Produce Podcasts For Spotify

The former president and former first lady are expanding their growing media empire, in addition to their production deal with Netflix. → Read More

‘Booksmart’ Is Refreshingly Real On How It’s Hard To Be A Woman With Ambition

The teen comedy nails the ways in which strong women — from high school valedictorians to presidential candidates — often pay a price for being ambitious. → Read More

GOP Rep. Blocks Disaster Aid Bill Over Border Security Funding

Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) objected to what would have been a unanimous bill because it does not include a "quite modest $4.4 billion" for border security. → Read More

Transgender Woman Beaten By Mob Last Month Is Found Shot To Death

Muhlaysia Booker, 23, found dead in Dallas, is at least the fourth transgender person in the U.S. — all of them black women — to be slain this year. → Read More

William Barr: U.S. 'Spying' Was Just As Bad As Russian Interference In 2016

The attorney general has attempted to vehemently defend President Donald Trump, such as assembling an investigation into the FBI investigation into Trump. → Read More

It Looks Like Hollywood Is Fine With Mel Gibson's Comeback

The actor, who has a history of offensive remarks, will star in a movie opposite Shia LaBeouf — one of three of his films being sold at the Cannes Film Festival. → Read More

Alabama Senate Passes What Would Become Nation's Strictest Abortion Law

The Human Life Protection Act would make it a felony for a doctor to perform an abortion. → Read More

Accused Child Sexual Abuser Woody Allen's Next Movie Will Be Released In Europe

"A Rainy Day in New York" was produced by Amazon Studios, which shelved the movie's U.S. release and severed ties with the director. → Read More

CBS News Announces Sweeping Changes To Morning And Evening Shows

"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell will take over "CBS Evening News," and John Dickerson will join "60 Minutes." → Read More

This Isn't The First Time Anjelica Huston Has Defended Roman Polanski

The actress has stood by the director, who pleaded guilty to "unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor" in 1977, before fleeing the country to avoid sentencing. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen Is Developing Shows For Hulu

The streaming service also announced a new series featuring Kate McKinnon as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, and the renewals of "PEN15" and "Ramy." → Read More

Pete Buttigieg Backpedals On Vaccine Exemptions

The 2020 presidential candidate first said he supported some personal and religious exemptions, but then said he only supported medical exemptions. → Read More