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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Universal
==Companies and organizations==* NBCUniversal, a media and entertainment company** Universal Studios, an American film studio, and subsidiary of NBC Universal** Universal Channel, a television channel owned by NBC Universal* Universal Music Group, a family of record labels** Universal Records, a record label owned by UMG, founded in 1995* Universal Airlines, an airline based in Guyana, operating 2001–2005* Universal Airlines (US), an airline based in Michigan, operating 1966–1972* Universal Avionics, a manufacturer of flight control components* Universal Corporation, an American tobacco company* Universal Genève, a Swiss watch company* Universal Gym Equipment* Universal Helicopters, a commercial helicopter company* Universal Records (Philippines), a record label in the Philippines, founded in 1977* Universal Stereo, a radio station* Universal Weather and Aviation, an aviation products and services company* Universal Entertainment Corporation, Japanese software producer and video game producer - Source: Wikipedia
Documentaries about an unrealized film, British soccer stars and America’s obsession with pop culture lead new movies on Blu-ray and DVD this week
After “Star Trek,” William Shatner’s next TV series was a Western comedy set in San Francisco, “Barbary Coast,” which is now on DVD for the first time.
Ron Howard’s R-rated “Rush,” the true story of Formula 1 racers, and the R-rated spy thriller “Closed Circuit” lead this week’s movies on DVD and Blu-ray.
Universal Music Group is selling Parlophone _ the label of acts like Coldplay, David Guetta and Radiohead _ to Warner Music Group for 487 million pounds ($765 million).