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    Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shake hands in the midst of the Democratic presidential candidates debate sponsored by MSNBC at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire, February 4, 2016.

    Finally, a Debate That Voters Deserve

    Finally, a Debate That Voters Deserve

    Well, that was great. That was one of the best debates I’ve ever watched. The questions were (mostly) good and tough and not stupid, and Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow did a really good job of steering it without getting in the way. Both candidates ...

    Thursday night’s debate featured two great performances. It also showed us what could be Clinton’s winning argument.

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    The 'Cult' Leader Stumping for Trump

    The ‘Cult’ Leader Stumping for Trump

    The ‘Cult’ Leader Stumping for Trump

    Two weeks ago on Reddit's largest community for Donald Trump supporters, a user named WolfOfAnarchy dropped by with a request that was becoming almost tediously common for regulars on the site.“Sanders supporter here,” he began. “Can you conv...

    It starts with videos starring Stefan Molyneux, the blogger debunking ‘untruths’ about Trump. Then a note on the door—and Molyneux’s acolytes disappear.

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    Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton (L) and Bernie Sanders shake hands before the start of the Democratic presidential candidates debate sponsored by MSNBC at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire, February 4, 2016.

    Hillary Tries, Fails to K.O. Bernie

    Hillary Tries, Fails to K.O. Bernie

    Hillary Clinton tried to force Bernie Sanders to make himself unelectable on Thursday night.She failed.Coming off what may prove to be a Pyrrhic victory in the Iowa caucuses and facing a potential double-digit drumming in next week’s New Hampshire...

    Down by some 20 points in New Hampshire, the former secretary of state launched an all-out assault on her lone remaining Democratic rival. The results were less than she hoped for.

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    Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shake hands in the midst of the Democratic presidential candidates debate sponsored by MSNBC at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire, February 4, 2016.

    Finally, a Debate That Voters Deserve

    Finally, a Debate That Voters Deserve

    Well, that was great. That was one of the best debates I’ve ever watched. The questions were (mostly) good and tough and not stupid, and Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow did a really good job of steering it without getting in the way. Both candidates ...

    Thursday night’s debate featured two great performances. It also showed us what could be Clinton’s winning argument.

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    Bernie Sanders and US Veterans Affairs

    The Veterans Scandal on Bernie’s Watch

    The Veterans Scandal on Bernie’s Watch

    Bernie Sanders’s tenure as chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee was characterized by glaring neglect of his oversight responsibilities, allowing the 2014 VA scandal to unfold under his watch, veterans’ rights advocates argue.Sanders h...

    While on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, Sanders ‘believed in government, and he believed in it to a fault’—and it prevented him from fixing the VA.

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    Democratic U.S. presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at the NBC News - YouTube Democratic presidential candidates debate in Charleston, South Carolina January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Randall Hill  - RTX22TK

    Hillary’s Corporate Villain Hits Back

    Hillary’s Corporate Villain Hits Back

    Hillary Clinton’s new corporate villain on the campaign trail, Johnson Controls, fired back Thursday, denying Clinton’s assertion that it had sought out government protection or taken a government bailout.“Contrary to recent reports and comments, ...

    The candidate has claimed Johnson Controls took a government bailout and is now seeking a merger to avoid paying taxes. Now the company is saying she’s way off base.

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    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Just like it did Johnny Utah’s knee in the original Point Break, the sport of football has crushed hopeful big-wave champions by forcing the postponement of the Titans of Mavericks surf event. Despite near-perfect conditions and massive waves—swel...

    Despite massively perfect conditions.

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    Journalist Megyn Kelly during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on February 4, 2016

    Megyn Kelly: Don’t Count Trump Out

    Megyn Kelly: Don’t Count Trump Out

    The big question heading into Megyn Kelly’s first-ever appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show Thursday night: How long would it take for someone to mention the name Donald Trump?Not long. After striding out to The Roots’s version of “What Does ...

    Fox News host Megyn Kelly tells Jimmy Fallon why she thinks Donald Trump made a big mistake by skipping the last GOP debate before Iowa—but this thing is far from over.

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    Singer Katy Perry performs during halftime of NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz.

    How the Halftime Show Got So Weird

    How the Halftime Show Got So Weird

    Tickets were $12. The hype was non-existent. Len Dawson, the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs in the first Super Bowl, was spotted sitting on the bench smoking a cigarette. And the first Super Bowl Halftime Show, back in January 1967? It was...

    For 50 years, the Super Bowl Halftime Show has been the biggest—and weirdest—gig in show business. How marching bands begat Up With People, Janet’s nipple, and, ugh, Coldplay.

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    Winner of 24 X Games medals.

    BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

    BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

    Winner of 24 X Games medals.

    Journalist Megyn Kelly during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on February 4, 2016

    Megyn Kelly: Don’t Count Trump Out

    Megyn Kelly: Don’t Count Trump Out

    The big question heading into Megyn Kelly’s first-ever appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show Thursday night: How long would it take for someone to mention the name Donald Trump?Not long. After striding out to The Roots’s version of “What Does ...

    Fox News host Megyn Kelly tells Jimmy Fallon why she thinks Donald Trump made a big mistake by skipping the last GOP debate before Iowa—but this thing is far from over.

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    Officials escort "Serial" podcast subject Adnan Syed from the courthouse following the completion of the first day of hearings for a retrial in Baltimore on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.

    ‘Serial’ Returns to What It Does Best

    ‘Serial’ Returns to What It Does Best

    The Serial podcast became a national phenomenon in 2014 when Sarah Koenig and her colleagues dug into an obscure 1999 murder case in which high school senior Adnan Syed allegedly murdered his ex-girlfriend and classmate Hae Min Lee. Listeners knew...

    The moment the podcast’s superfans have been waiting for is finally here.

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    'Archer.'

    Exclusive: Inside ‘Archer’ Season 7

    Exclusive: Inside ‘Archer’ Season 7

    The sixth season of the critically acclaimed FX animated spy series Archer began with a bang: that the show would not only be dumping the name ISIS, but would also be an “unreboot” of sorts, heading back to the office from the on-the-road-insanity...

    Creator Adam Reed dishes on the upcoming seventh season of the FX animated series, premiering March 31. PLUS watch an exclusive new teaser right here.

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    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

    Officials escort "Serial" podcast subject Adnan Syed from the courthouse following the completion of the first day of hearings for a retrial in Baltimore on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.

    ‘Serial’ Returns to What It Does Best

    ‘Serial’ Returns to What It Does Best

    The Serial podcast became a national phenomenon in 2014 when Sarah Koenig and her colleagues dug into an obscure 1999 murder case in which high school senior Adnan Syed allegedly murdered his ex-girlfriend and classmate Hae Min Lee. Listeners knew...

    The moment the podcast’s superfans have been waiting for is finally here.

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    World News

    Police remove a body from the scene of a shooting at the Regency Hotel in Dublin, Ireland February 5, 2016. One man was killed in a shooting during a weigh-in for a World Boxing Organization (WBO) title fight on Friday, local media reported. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - RTX25NN3

    Deadly Shooting at Boxing Weigh-In

    Deadly Shooting at Boxing Weigh-In

    LONDON — Gunmen dressed in police uniforms opened fire at a boxing weigh-in in Dublin on Friday while the two fighters stood on stage in nothing but their underwear.Three men were struck down by bullets from the AK-47s in the incident at the Regen...

    When gunmen opened fire at a Dublin hotel, with fighters clad in nothing but their underwear, bloody chaos ensued.

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    ISIS's New Child Executioner

    ISIS’s New Child Executioner

    ISIS’s New Child Executioner

    The latest gruesome ISIS video features a black, English-speaking child executioner who looks no older than 14 years old—apparently the first time a child has spoken English on camera before carrying out an execution for the group.The young execut...

    The terror group’s latest outrage: a slickly produced video showing an English-speaking tween carrying out an execution.

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    Pussy Riot

    Pussy Riot’s New Spike-Heel Putin Satire

    Pussy Riot’s New Spike-Heel Putin Satire

    MOSCOW — Probably it had to happen. That Putin-taunting Russian punk-performance group with the provocatively prurient moniker, Pussy Riot, has gone Hollywood. Or almost. For sure its lead figures, now out of jail and out in L.A., are in a movie...

    In an exclusive interview, the group’s leader talks about the performance artists’ new video launched out of Hollywood.

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    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    The average fine artist in England sees an annual income of around $14,577 from their work. But not Prince Charles, whose somewhat generic watercolors rake in around $300,000 a year from print sales alone—he never sells the originals. In a nation ...

    Royal scion is one of the most successful living British artists.

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    ISIS's New Child Executioner

    ISIS’s New Child Executioner

    ISIS’s New Child Executioner

    The latest gruesome ISIS video features a black, English-speaking child executioner who looks no older than 14 years old—apparently the first time a child has spoken English on camera before carrying out an execution for the group.The young execut...

    The terror group’s latest outrage: a slickly produced video showing an English-speaking tween carrying out an execution.

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    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to factory staff at the Siemens plant in Chippenham, southern England, February 2, 2016. European Council President Donald Tusk presented on Tuesday proposals for keeping Britain in the European Union to a mixed response, underlining the challenges Prime Minister David Cameron faces to win over his people and other EU leaders.  REUTERS/Neil Munns/Pool - RTX253WR

    David Cameron’s EU-miliation

    David Cameron’s EU-miliation

    LONDON — Britain is laughing at David Cameron. The Prime Minister has got himself into an almighty pickle over the country’s relationship with the European Union and it’s entirely his own fault.Ahead of a referendum on whether to leave the politic...

    Britain’s prime minister wanted to use the threat of a referendum on membership in the European Union to extract concessions. But what’s extracted may be the U.K.

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    Russia Could Have a Deep Space Monopoly

    Russia Could Have a Deep Space Monopoly

    The Russian space agency is scrambling to finish a high-tech orbital telescope designed to peer into the depths of space at distant stars, seeing everything in ultraviolet wavelengths that are invisible to the naked eye.The 50-foot-long Spektr UF—...

    When America’s Hubble telescope falls to Earth, Russia could be the only country with a set of ultraviolet space eyes—that’s if its Spektr UF ever makes it into orbit.

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    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

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    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Just like it did Johnny Utah’s knee in the original Point Break, the sport of football has crushed hopeful big-wave champions by forcing the postponement of the Titans of Mavericks surf event. Despite near-perfect conditions and massive waves—swel...

    Despite massively perfect conditions.

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    Cornell Frat Head Charged with Rape

    Cornell Frat Head Charged with Rape

    Cornell Frat Head Charged with Rape

    The president of Cornell’s top-ranked fraternity has been arrested on charges of sexual assault. The university announced the arrest of Wolfgang Ballinger, 21, in a statement Friday morning.Ballinger is charged with first-degree attempted rape, fi...

    Wolfgang Ballinger is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at Cornell’s Psi Upsilon frat house.

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    The Super Bowl Doesn’t Attract More Sex Workers. It Attracts More Police.

    No, the Super Bowl Doesn’t Come With Sex

    No, the Super Bowl Doesn’t Come With Sex

    If you’re wandering around San Francisco this week, it might seem as if an occupying army has taken over. It’s not just the NFL, and the mega-entertainment complex known as Super Bowl City or 10 giant, one-ton statues of the number 50 that organiz...

    It’s a story that won’t die: Wherever the Super Bowl is held, every year, becomes the temporary sex trafficking capital of the U.S. But experts are calling BS.

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    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Super Bowl Sinks Big-Wave Surf Contest

    Just like it did Johnny Utah’s knee in the original Point Break, the sport of football has crushed hopeful big-wave champions by forcing the postponement of the Titans of Mavericks surf event. Despite near-perfect conditions and massive waves—swel...

    Despite massively perfect conditions.

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    Recipe for Death: Baker Killed by Freak Kitchen Accident

    Recipe for Death

    Recipe for Death

    A beloved baker and devoted single mother lost her life in a freak kitchen accident when she was sucked into an industrial mixer while batching pastries on Wednesday morning.Utah resident Carmen “Jackie” Lindhardt was prepping dessert inside a bak...

    A beloved baker and single mother was killed after she fell into an industrial mixer at a Salt Lake City grocery chain.

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    May 21, 2013 - Memphis, TN, U.S. - May 21, 2013 – Timothy McKinney convicted of murdering off-duty Memphis Police officer Don Williams in the 1990. Agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charges of second degree murder and attempted second degree murder in the case of officer Williams at the Criminal Justice Center Tuesday. McKinney eligible for release immediately with time severed.

    Gets Off Death Row, Tries to Kill Again

    Gets Off Death Row, Tries to Kill Again

    Timothy McKinney was a death row inmate who was supposed to be a prepping for his last meal behind bars when he was given a second chance at life.McKinney is a convicted cop killer who spent 15 years in prison—10 of them on death row—but was relea...

    Timothy McKinney murdered a cop but was released from prison and saved from certain death. Now he’s going back to prison for a different crime altogether.

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    Tech + Health

    the anti-aging/recycled cells news that was everywhere yesterday, focusing on the technology and economics that no one has talked about yet. How will retirement/employment/healthcare systems shift when we live to 100 instead of 80? And, what will those extra years be like? What age will we start to "feel" old?

    We’re Not Ready to Live to 100

    We’re Not Ready to Live to 100

    Want to live to 100? Be careful what you wish for. It could happen in the next generation, so you’ll have to figure out what to do with that extra time.A recent study from the Mayo Clinic was widely covered the last few days, touting a new breakth...

    Living longer means making changes to how society functions. We need to get ready.

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    The Podcast That Bores You to Sleep

    The Podcast That Bores You to Sleep

    When a rattled, aghast Macbeth staggers into Act II of Shakespeare’s great tragedy, moments after stabbing the slumbering Duncan to death, he gives voice to one of the Bard’s most startling lines: “Macbeth does murder sleep.” Then, as the doomed S...

    Most listeners will never hear a full episode of Drew Ackerman’s podcast—and that’s the point.

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    Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, appears before a House Oversight and Government Reform hearing on "Developments in the Prescription Drug Market Oversight" on Capitol Hill in Washington February 4, 2016. Shkreli invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and declined to answer questions on Thursday from U.S. lawmakers interested in why the company raised the price of a lifesaving medicine by 5,000 percent.

    Pharma Bro Finally Shuts His Mouth

    Pharma Bro Finally Shuts His Mouth

    In a way, Martin Shkreli’s appearance in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform was a relief because he finally quit talking.Ever since the ex-CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals came into the public eye for raising the price of...

    The notorious Martin Shkreli—who got rich off raising the price of a life-saving drug—was unusually quiet in front of Congress and aptly offensive on Twitter.

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    Mardi Gras and heroin use

    An Even Deadlier Heroin Hits New Orleans

    An Even Deadlier Heroin Hits New Orleans

    “It’s killing people. It is dropping them left and right,” says New Orleans paramedic Brooke Christy.Christy walked into a truck stop bathroom two weeks ago to find a 30-something woman having a heroin overdose.The woman was playing in the truck s...

    Heroin laced with fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid, is wreaking havoc in the Big Easy.

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    Cropped shot of a young woman asleep on her side

    The Podcast That Bores You to Sleep

    The Podcast That Bores You to Sleep

    When a rattled, aghast Macbeth staggers into Act II of Shakespeare’s great tragedy, moments after stabbing the slumbering Duncan to death, he gives voice to one of the Bard’s most startling lines: “Macbeth does murder sleep.” Then, as the doomed S...

    Most listeners will never hear a full episode of Drew Ackerman’s podcast—and that’s the point.

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    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    “I come to represent the actual science”—it was a bold opener for testimony that was to include the clear and present danger of bunnies getting too high. The man giving that testimony was Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Matt Fairbank...

    This DEA agent’s surreal argument against medical marijuana may be the strangest one yet.

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    Non-Pregnant Women Warned About Drinking

    Non-Pregnant Women Warned About Drinking

    At this very moment, some 3.3 million not-yet-pregnant women are taking the lives and health of their not-yet-conceived babies into their booze-soaked hands.So the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is saying with a new “Vital Signs” repor...

    As if pregnant women who dare to pick up a glass of wine aren’t policed enough, the CDC is telling all fertile women who aren’t on birth control not to drink alcohol.

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    Brian Seligman holds a sign to protest a gas leak in the Porter Ranch area of Los Angeles before a meeting of the California Air Quality Management District in Granada Hills, California January 9, 2016. Southern California Gas Company has been tackling a Los Angeles-area natural gas leak that has been sickening nearby residents for more than two months.  REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

    California Gas Leak Sickening Residents

    California Gas Leak Sickening Residents

    Natural gas has been leaking from Southern California Gas Company’s Aliso Canyon storage facility since last October, closing schools and forcing thousands of Porter Ranch residents to relocate. Now, Los Angeles County prosecutors say the company ...

    A new criminal complaint says the massive Southern California methane leak is causing serious health problems.

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    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    DEA Agent: Rabbits Are Getting Stoned

    “I come to represent the actual science”—it was a bold opener for testimony that was to include the clear and present danger of bunnies getting too high. The man giving that testimony was Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Matt Fairbank...

    This DEA agent’s surreal argument against medical marijuana may be the strangest one yet.

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    BeastStyle

    A visitor views the "Untitled" by Mark Rothko during the preview of Sotheby's Impressionist & Modern Art auction in New York Oct. 29, 2010. The auction will be held on Nov. 2.

    Why It’s So Hard to Spot a Fake Rothko

    Why It’s So Hard to Spot a Fake Rothko

    In an art market governed largely by pretense and money, does a masterpiece have any intrinsic value?That question has emerged from a civil case brought by Sotheby’s chairman Domenico de Sole and his wife, Eleanore, against Ann Freedman, former pr...

    Former gallery owner Ann Freedman is in court accused of selling fake Rothkos for millions—and using false citations to authenticate them.

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    Bill Kristol, Founder & Editor, The Weekly Standard, appears on "Meet the Press" in Washington, D.C., Sunday, NOV. 3, 2013.

    Kristol Finally Gets Something Right

    Kristol Finally Gets Something Right

    The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol gets a disturbing amount of predictions wrong.Despite being unironically dubbed “Kristol Ball” by smarmy talkers on Morning Joe, the neoconservative thought leader has a long history of arrogantly and consis...

    The “wrongest man in politics” finally gets something correct—Rand Paul’s poor primary performance.

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    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    The average fine artist in England sees an annual income of around $14,577 from their work. But not Prince Charles, whose somewhat generic watercolors rake in around $300,000 a year from print sales alone—he never sells the originals. In a nation ...

    Royal scion is one of the most successful living British artists.

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    Kim Kardashian's Valentine's Day Gift Guide

    A Kardashian Valentine’s Day Massacre

    A Kardashian Valentine’s Day Massacre

    Let us, for a moment, look forward to Valentine’s Day, when thousands of women will receive a compulsory bouquet of flowers—likely roses—from a special someone in their lives.Some will come home after a mediocre, overpriced meal at a restaurant fi...

    You too can buy Kim K.’s vision of the ultimate romantic night in, including a stripper pole, candy G-string, and a snowman-shaped vibrator.

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    Bill Kristol, Founder & Editor, The Weekly Standard, appears on "Meet the Press" in Washington, D.C., Sunday, NOV. 3, 2013.

    Kristol Finally Gets Something Right

    Kristol Finally Gets Something Right

    The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol gets a disturbing amount of predictions wrong.Despite being unironically dubbed “Kristol Ball” by smarmy talkers on Morning Joe, the neoconservative thought leader has a long history of arrogantly and consis...

    The “wrongest man in politics” finally gets something correct—Rand Paul’s poor primary performance.

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    28th November 1963:  Lord Lucan, aristocrat and alleged murderer, on his wedding day.

    Murder Lord Will Never Really ‘Die’

    Murder Lord Will Never Really ‘Die’

    A death certificate for Lord Lucan, the British aristocrat who disappeared after the 1974 murder of his children’s nanny in which he was implicated, was officially issued this week.The awarding of the certificate, which allows Lucan’s son Lord Bin...

    He was suspected of killing his children’s nanny—then disappeared forever. Now Lord Lucan has officially been declared dead.

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    Host of MSNBC's "Melissa Harris-Perry" Melissa V. Harris-Perry ontage at The Apollo Theater on January 18, 2015 in New York City.

    She Lived Every TV Anchor’s Nightmare

    She Lived Every TV Anchor’s Nightmare

    He threatened to kill my children.He posted photographs of my house and my Atlanta-based advertising agency. He promised to send a “double-tap” my way, a marksman’s jargon for pumping two shots in close succession to my head.He even posted “Novemb...

    A total stranger sidled up to MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry in Iowa and threatened to harm her. Any prominent female journalist could imagine herself in that place.

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    Sophia Loren

    How Fashion Got Older and Wiser

    How Fashion Got Older and Wiser

    With a new ad campaign for Dolce and Gabbana, Sophia Loren, 81, is the latest older celebrity chosen by the fashion industry to front a campaign.

    With a new ad campaign for Dolce and Gabbana, Sophia Loren, 81, is the latest older celebrity chosen by the fashion industry to front a campaign.

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    28th November 1963:  Lord Lucan, aristocrat and alleged murderer, on his wedding day.

    Murder Lord Will Never Really ‘Die’

    Murder Lord Will Never Really ‘Die’

    A death certificate for Lord Lucan, the British aristocrat who disappeared after the 1974 murder of his children’s nanny in which he was implicated, was officially issued this week.The awarding of the certificate, which allows Lucan’s son Lord Bin...

    He was suspected of killing his children’s nanny—then disappeared forever. Now Lord Lucan has officially been declared dead.

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    Video

    • Mexican Navy ship’s journey to the bottom captured on video.

      This Is What It’s Like To Sink In A Boat

      Mexican Navy ship’s journey to the bottom captured on video.

    • Winner of 24 X Games medals.

      BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

      Winner of 24 X Games medals.

    Center for Biological Diversity

    The U.S.’s Only Jaguar Caught on Camera

    The U.S.’s Only Jaguar Caught on Camera

    Cameras have spotted America’s last wild jaguar, known as El Jefe, about 25 miles from Tucson, Arizona. Jaguars are the only roaring cat native to North America. There have been multiple zoological reports of the animal dating back to 1814; howeve...

    Video of the United States’ only known jaguar is available publicly for the first time.

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    Two playboy bunnies pose for photos at the Indian Playboy club in Mumbai on December 19, 2012. Playboy unveiled a new-look bunny costume for its upcoming Indian club launch, opting for a more demure take on the waitress outfits but keeping the ears, bow-ties and fluffy tails. In a bid to appease conservative Indian values, the traditional skimpy corset has been replaced with a sari-inspired two-piece costume, comprising a one-shoulder top, a bare midriff and a sheer, full-length skirt with a split. AFP PHOTO/ STR        (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Back in October, Playboy announced that after 62 years it would be shifting its focus away from nudity in an attempt to appeal to a millennial audience. For the first issue since its rebranding, the magazine got as millennial as millennial gets, c...

    The first edition after the men’s mag’s revamp will feature Snapchat and Instagram models.

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    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

    Getty Images

    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    The average fine artist in England sees an annual income of around $14,577 from their work. But not Prince Charles, whose somewhat generic watercolors rake in around $300,000 a year from print sales alone—he never sells the originals. In a nation ...

    Royal scion is one of the most successful living British artists.

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    Two playboy bunnies pose for photos at the Indian Playboy club in Mumbai on December 19, 2012. Playboy unveiled a new-look bunny costume for its upcoming Indian club launch, opting for a more demure take on the waitress outfits but keeping the ears, bow-ties and fluffy tails. In a bid to appease conservative Indian values, the traditional skimpy corset has been replaced with a sari-inspired two-piece costume, comprising a one-shoulder top, a bare midriff and a sheer, full-length skirt with a split. AFP PHOTO/ STR        (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Back in October, Playboy announced that after 62 years it would be shifting its focus away from nudity in an attempt to appeal to a millennial audience. For the first issue since its rebranding, the magazine got as millennial as millennial gets, c...

    The first edition after the men’s mag’s revamp will feature Snapchat and Instagram models.

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    Things are only getting lonelier for Bush.

    Sad Jeb Begs Audience, ‘Please Clap’

    Sad Jeb Begs Audience, ‘Please Clap’

    Things are only getting lonelier for Bush.

    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    This Is a Real Escaped Zebra Drill Video

    Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any weirder.

    Pot Retailers Drowning In Cash

    Pot Retailers Drowning In Cash

    The report that legal marijuana sales have topped $5.4 billion in 2015, and is expected to reach $6.7 billion this year, has many pot prohibitionists questioning their allegiance to what amounts to a losing battle. It also has cash-flushed pot bus...

    Too much green is giving them a headache.

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    Things are only getting lonelier for Bush.

    Sad Jeb Begs Audience, ‘Please Clap’

    Sad Jeb Begs Audience, ‘Please Clap’

    Things are only getting lonelier for Bush.