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RuPaul: the man, the queen, the legend

RuPaul: the man, the queen, the legend

Oct 23, 2018

Yeah, we're going to talk about the trade war and corporate earnings today. We'll do the numbers, too. But let's be honest: The main event is Kai Ryssdal's conversation with RuPaul. They got coffee in West Hollywood last week to…

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For RuPaul, "drag is a miracle"

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 23, 2018
"It allows you to become your superhero to your Clark Kent," the "Queen of Queens" says.
RuPaul with Kai Ryssdal in a West Hollywood coffee shop.
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For RuPaul, "drag is a miracle"

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 23, 2018
"It allows you to become your superhero to your Clark Kent," the "Queen of Queens" says.
RuPaul with Kai Ryssdal in a West Hollywood coffee shop.
Ben Hethcoat/Marketplace

As corporate earnings season rolls on, winners and losers emerge

by Mitchell Hartman and Marielle Segarra Oct 23, 2018
Tariffs are costing some companies plenty. Others are immune, at least for now, and benefiting from tax cuts.
“We have the highest prices in the world right now for aluminum and steel,” said Kristin Dziczek, a vice president at the Center for Automotive Research. Above, Ford Mustangs are assembled at a plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, in 2004.
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

As corporate earnings season rolls on, winners and losers emerge

by Mitchell Hartman and Marielle Segarra Oct 23, 2018
Tariffs are costing some companies plenty. Others are immune, at least for now, and benefiting from tax cuts.
“We have the highest prices in the world right now for aluminum and steel,” said Kristin Dziczek, a vice president at the Center for Automotive Research. Above, Ford Mustangs are assembled at a plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, in 2004.
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

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