Qatari government controls World Cup, shows it can ‘move the goalposts’
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An American journalist says he was detained by security at a FIFA World Cup match in Qatar. He was wearing a shirt with a soccer ball surrounded by a rainbow.
This year, many Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday deals have already started. What’s going on, and are they any good?
Some of the country’s top law schools are pulling out of U.S. News and World Report’s rankings, which critics say penalize schools.
The winners of this year’s KCRW Radio Race: Team Phantom Thread, comprised of Nelson Aguilar and Chuck Hua. In their story called “Liftoff,” Nelson shared his lifelong secret.
Critics review new film releases: “Strange World,” “Devotion,” “Nanny,” and “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.”