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Casey Cott spoke with INSIDER about what Kevin is going to face on season three of the hit CW show.
‘Riverdale’ star Casey Cott says he didn’t study to play a younger version of his dad on the flashback episode
The actor who plays Kevin Keller spoke with INSIDER about playing young Tom Keller during the CW show's blast to the past.
John Cena is the face of a new campaign that celebrates diversity in the US: ‘That’s pretty much how I define American patriotism’
John Cena talks to INSIDER about SKYY Vodka's "Proudly American" campaign, which aims to celebrate diversity, representation, and innovation.
Business Insider recently spoke with Sir Martin Sorrell in a preview of what he'll discuss at IGNITION 2018.
There’s an easy way to figure out what to wear to an interview even if you have no clue what the office culture is like
Deciding what to wear to an interview can be confusing, as offices shift from formal to business casual. To figure out what to wear, call your recruiter in advance or ask a friend at the company what they recommend.
Interviews can be nerve-racking. But if you notice your interviewer doing one or more of these things, there's a good chance you'll get a job offer. Keep an eye out for certain types of body language or questions.
‘The Walking Dead’ actor says his new season 9 romance was his first on-screen kiss and he was inspired by ‘The Office’
"The Walking Dead" actor Cooper Andrews tells INSIDER about his on-screen romance with Nabila on season nine of the AMC drama and shares how he prepped for his first on-screen kiss by watching TV shows and movies.
Melania addresses President Trump’s alleged infidelities in lengthy interview: ‘It is not concern and focus of mine’
First lady Melania Trump brushed off reports of President Donald Trump's infidelities as "gossip" that "is not concern and focus of mine." The first lady told ABC News her marriage was stable despite the rumors and insisted her focus was on her duties as a mother and first lady.
Tattoos are finally becoming more acceptable at work, but experts say you should still cover them up when you're interviewing. Here's why.
The 15 minutes before your job interview are crucial. You need to stay calm, get focused, and be confident. We spoke to experts to find out the best way to present your best self.