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    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Today on CNN, Pizzagate became a problem for Mike Pence.The vice president-elect sat down with Jake Tapper at the top of his 4 p.m. show on CNN, and faced a grilling about the role that Michael G. Flynn—the son of Trump’s national security advisor...

    The VP-elect had a hard time dodging Jake Tapper’s queries as to why one of the chief promoters of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory was being given White House security clearance.

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    Heroes in Hijabs vs. Trump-Loving Haters

    Heroes in Hijabs vs. Trump-Loving Haters

    On Monday morning, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker in a hijab in addition to her uniform was followed off a subway train at Grand Central Station in Manhattan by a man who shoved her down.“You shouldn’t be working for the city. You’...

    As men chanting ‘Donald Trump! Donald Trump! Donald Trump!’ menaced a young girl, the New Yorkers who did nothing disgraced our city.

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    FCC complaints about the word "pussy"

    Parents Called FCC About ‘P*ssy’ on TV

    Parents Called FCC About ‘P*ssy’ on TV

    On October 7, only a mere two months and yet a lifetime ago, a decade-old tape surfaced of then-longshot presidential candidate Donald Trump trying to impress Access Hollywood host Billy Bush by bragging about grabbing women by the pussy. Many Ame...

    The Daily Beast obtained FCC complaints from Americans horrified by the vulgarity not of Trump but the networks airing the ‘Access Hollywood’ tapes.

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    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Mike Pence Gets Entangled in Pizzagate

    Today on CNN, Pizzagate became a problem for Mike Pence.The vice president-elect sat down with Jake Tapper at the top of his 4 p.m. show on CNN, and faced a grilling about the role that Michael G. Flynn—the son of Trump’s national security advisor...

    The VP-elect had a hard time dodging Jake Tapper’s queries as to why one of the chief promoters of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory was being given White House security clearance.

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    WASHINGTON, DC-MARCH 21: Cornell Belcher, President and CEO of Brilliant Corners at the intersection of H and North Capitol Streets NW on March 21, 2011 in Washington DC(Photo by Benjamin C Tankersley/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

    ‘Whitelash’ and the President’s Pollster

    ‘Whitelash’ and the President’s Pollster

    America has taken a bleak turn since Donald Trump’s victory, and our racial tensions have been laid bare for the world and the American public to see. Most Americans thought that our society had moved beyond our nation’s most severe and entrenched...

    There’s open racism. Then there’s racial aversion—just not wanting to associate with others based on stereotypes. And that, says Obama’s pollster, is our real race crisis.

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    How Pizzagate is like the Satanic Panic

    #Pizzagate Is Scarier Than You Think

    #Pizzagate Is Scarier Than You Think

    Satan sits at the edge of a continuum of crazy, and Donald Trump has moved us a lot closer to it.That should be the takeaway from the bizarre news that an armed man motivated by a conspiracy theory—#Pizzagate—went to the pizzeria in question to li...

    The lurid details of #Pizzagate could only be believed by paranoid people devoid of reason. Unfortunately, those people will soon be in the White House.

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    Snubs and Surprises

    Grammy Snubs & Shockers: Beware of Kanye

    Grammy Snubs & Shockers: Beware of Kanye

    In most ways, this year's Grammy nominations were to bound to boring and, in a way, inevitably satisfying. The question wasn't if Adele's blockbuster return 25 and Beyoncé's game-changing cultural touchstone Lemonade would be n...

    2016: The year that Justin Bieber is more musically respected than Kanye West. While Adele and Beyoncé celebrate their big noms, let's rage at the worst omissions. (David Bowie!)

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    'Late Night' host Seth Meyers criticizes President-elect Donald Trump.

    Meyers: Trump Is a Conspiracy Theorist

    Meyers: Trump Is a Conspiracy Theorist

    Seth Meyers, who unexpectedly delivered one of the more heartfelt post-election monologues in the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning defeat of Hillary Clinton, returned to his Late Night program after a brief vacation to weigh in on the reality star-...

    The ‘Late Night’ host returned Monday night to go in on Trump’s chaotic transition, from peddling conspiracy theories to diplomatic blunders.

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    Van Jones: Trump ‘Worse’ Than We Think

    Van Jones: Trump ‘Worse’ Than We Think

    Long before Election Day, CNN commentator Van Jones was saying he was far more worried about what would happen on November 9th than he was about what would happen on November 8th, regardless of who won the presidency. With that in mind, he is set ...

    On ‘The Daily Show,’ CNN’s Van Jones talked to Trevor Noah about his Donald Trump predictions and why he can’t give up on the white working class.

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    Sam Bee Rips Trump’s Chaotic Transition

    Sam Bee Rips Trump’s Chaotic Transition

    After Donald Trump won the presidential election, Samantha Bee joked that come January, her show might be called Full Frontal Without Samantha Bee (Now 75% Hotter!). With just over six weeks until Inauguration Day, Bee and her army of “nasty women...

    The ‘Full Frontal’ host is back from three weeks off to check in on Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ progress.

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    'Late Night' host Seth Meyers criticizes President-elect Donald Trump.

    Meyers: Trump Is a Conspiracy Theorist

    Meyers: Trump Is a Conspiracy Theorist

    Seth Meyers, who unexpectedly delivered one of the more heartfelt post-election monologues in the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning defeat of Hillary Clinton, returned to his Late Night program after a brief vacation to weigh in on the reality star-...

    The ‘Late Night’ host returned Monday night to go in on Trump’s chaotic transition, from peddling conspiracy theories to diplomatic blunders.

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    The VS Fashion Show Spectacular

    The VS Fashion Show Spectacular

    On Monday night, Victoria’s Secret and their game gang of angels once again proved that you can simultaneously wear the least and do the most. As in prior years, the annual fashion show was more about the lead-up than the spectacle itself, beginni...

    Famous exes reunited, tears were shed, and a $3 million bra unveiled—here’s what went down at this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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    ‘Hamilton’ Mixtape Blows Away Fallon

    ‘Hamilton’ Mixtape Blows Away Fallon

    If Donald Trump doesn’t like Hamilton, he’s really not going to like the brand new Hamilton Mixtape.This week, Lin-Manuel Miranda and The Roots put out an album of covers and remixes from the hit Broadway musical featuring artists like Nas, Ashant...

    The ‘Hamilton Mixtape’ is here and it is about to bring America’s obsession with the hit musical to another level.

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     Actor Jeffrey Wright attends the premiere of "Confirmation" at Paramount Theater on the Paramount Studios lot on March 31, 2016 in Hollywood, California.

    Jeffrey Wright on ‘Westworld’ and Trump

    Jeffrey Wright on ‘Westworld’ and Trump

    The last living mastermind behind Westworld may be dead, but someone else is now poised to take his place.The inscrutable Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) bade his robot creations and corporate enemies farewell in a fittingly violent end in Sunda...

    The outspoken, incredibly gifted actor discusses his turn as Bernard on the HBO epic, that jaw-dropping finale, and how his own experience with police brutality informs his worldview.

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    The VS Fashion Show Spectacular

    The VS Fashion Show Spectacular

    On Monday night, Victoria’s Secret and their game gang of angels once again proved that you can simultaneously wear the least and do the most. As in prior years, the annual fashion show was more about the lead-up than the spectacle itself, beginni...

    Famous exes reunited, tears were shed, and a $3 million bra unveiled—here’s what went down at this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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    World News

    Blair: We Need a Muscular Third Way

    Blair: We Need a Muscular Third Way

    With Donald Trump’s upset win foreshadowed by the U.K. referendum to leave the European Union known as Brexit, who better to console shell-shocked Washington than former British Prime Minister Tony Blair?“Your election was close,” he told a ballro...

    ‘The alternative to a strongman can’t be a weak center,’ the former prime minister said at a moment when faith in democracy appears to be in decline.

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    Rome Falls to Trump's Barbarian Horde

    Rome Falls to Trump’s Barbarian Horde

    Rome Falls to Trump’s Barbarian Horde

    ROME — “A casa! A casa!” shouted the crowds marching through the streets of the Eternal City. Their demand: that Prime Minister Matteo Renzi “go home” after the crushing defeat of the constitutional referendum on which he foolishly staked his poli...

    Putin is stealth-invading the EU empire of liberal democracy. Vienna held out against the right-wing onslaught, but the Italian PM is out after a crushing loss.

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    Assad

    How ISIS Returned to Syria

    How ISIS Returned to Syria

    This is the final chapter in a groundbreaking investigation by Pulitzer-Prize-winning reporter Roy Gutman that documents Bashar al-Assad’s sinister contributions to the creation of the so-called Islamic State. It demonstrates the dictator’s compli...

    After nearly a decade of sponsoring jihad in next-door Iraq, Assad lost a third of his country to the same proxies.

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    French Ideologues

    The Alt-Right’s French Inspiration

    The Alt-Right’s French Inspiration

    NICE, France—Alain de Benoist is the prolific and quintessentially Gallic icon of France’s New Right, the political and philosophical school of thought that formed in Nice in January 1968—and somehow wound up as a principal inspiration for America...

    Elderly Frenchmen Alain de Benoist and Guillaume Faye are far from household names in Europe and the U.S. But their ideas have fueled white nationalism across both continents.

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    Rome Falls to Trump's Barbarian Horde

    Rome Falls to Trump’s Barbarian Horde

    Rome Falls to Trump’s Barbarian Horde

    ROME — “A casa! A casa!” shouted the crowds marching through the streets of the Eternal City. Their demand: that Prime Minister Matteo Renzi “go home” after the crushing defeat of the constitutional referendum on which he foolishly staked his poli...

    Putin is stealth-invading the EU empire of liberal democracy. Vienna held out against the right-wing onslaught, but the Italian PM is out after a crushing loss.

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    Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen speaks on the phone with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump at her office in Taipei, Taiwan, December 3, 2016.

    Trump’s Taiwan Call Was a Good Thing

    Trump’s Taiwan Call Was a Good Thing

    Chris Murphy, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, thinks Donald Trump has just put America on the road to war.In reality, the opposite may be true. The president-elect may have taken the first steps to stabilize East Asia.On Thursd...

    For too long, the West has cowered when Beijing huffed and puffed about Taiwan. Trump is finally calling its bluff.

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    Austrian Referendum

    Far Right Loses in Austria—for Now

    Far Right Loses in Austria—for Now

    BERLIN — It was, once again, unpredictable. For 11 months, the dragged-out hope that Austria would not be the first European country to elect a right-wing populist head of state has rested on the scraggy shoulders of the retired economics p...

    The nationalist right wing in Austria nearly pulled off a win in the presidential election on Sunday but is likely just getting started.

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    The snow capped Popocatepetl volcano lets off a light plume of vapour as a church, which sits atop the pyramid of Cholula, stands in the foreground  November 24, 2006.

    Mexico Is Hiding World’s Largest Pyramid

    Mexico Is Hiding World’s Largest Pyramid

    MEXICO CITY—In 1519, Hernán Cortés and his conquistadors arrived in Cholula, one of the largest cities in central Mexico. Roughly 50 miles southeast from modern day Mexico City, its tens of thousands of residents sat in the shadows of the 17,000 f...

    In the city of Cholula in central Mexico there stands a hill with a giant church on top which hides a manmade pyramid filled with secrets.

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    Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen speaks on the phone with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump at her office in Taipei, Taiwan, December 3, 2016.

    Trump’s Taiwan Call Was a Good Thing

    Trump’s Taiwan Call Was a Good Thing

    Chris Murphy, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, thinks Donald Trump has just put America on the road to war.In reality, the opposite may be true. The president-elect may have taken the first steps to stabilize East Asia.On Thursd...

    For too long, the West has cowered when Beijing huffed and puffed about Taiwan. Trump is finally calling its bluff.

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    Judy Scott, center, Walter Scott's mother, walks out to a press conference after the mistrial was declared for the Michael Slager trial Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, in Charleston, S.C. Former patrolman, Slager, was charged with murder in the April 4, 2015, shooting death of 50-year-old Walter Scott.

    Will Slager Get Away With Murder?

    Will Slager Get Away With Murder?

    I am told that I sound like my mother when I speak. I share her round face, her diminutive frame, and her idealism about fundamental fairness and about what the world should be. I do not know, as my mother does, what it’s like to bury a child, but...

    Despite video evidence, a hung jury in North Charleston may free the police officer who shot a black man in the back.

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    Slager Verdict

    Mistrial Lets Killer Cop Walk

    Mistrial Lets Killer Cop Walk

    CHARLESTON, South Carolina — A judge declared a mistrial after a jury failed to reach a unanimous decision in the murder trial of former policeman Michael Slager, who killed unarmed motorist Walter Scott by shooting him in the back last year.The j...

    A jury was unable to reach a verdict despite clear video evidence that Michael Slager gunned down Walter Scott as he ran away.

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    Warehouse Party Fire

    Oakland Holds Its Breath as Smoke Clears

    Oakland Holds Its Breath as Smoke Clears

    OAKLAND, California—The air at the site of a warehouse fire that killed at least 33 people smelled like sour charcoal on Sunday as recovery crews removed debris and searched for bodies.Bundles of flowers marked the edges of the police tape keeping...

    The site of a party has turned into a makeshift funeral after at least 33 people died in a warehouse fire on Friday.

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    Judy Scott, center, Walter Scott's mother, walks out to a press conference after the mistrial was declared for the Michael Slager trial Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, in Charleston, S.C. Former patrolman, Slager, was charged with murder in the April 4, 2015, shooting death of 50-year-old Walter Scott.

    Will Slager Get Away With Murder?

    Will Slager Get Away With Murder?

    I am told that I sound like my mother when I speak. I share her round face, her diminutive frame, and her idealism about fundamental fairness and about what the world should be. I do not know, as my mother does, what it’s like to bury a child, but...

    Despite video evidence, a hung jury in North Charleston may free the police officer who shot a black man in the back.

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    The Shady Hostage Negotiator at the Center of Sherri Papini’s Abduction

    The Shady Negotiator and the Missing Mom

    The Shady Negotiator and the Missing Mom

    The only thing almost as mysterious as Sherri Papini’s disappearance was the hostage negotiator supposedly retained by an anonymous donor to find her.Papini, a 34-year-old California mother of two disappeared during a November 2 jog, setting off a...

    Cameron Gamble came out of nowhere, supposedly at the request of an anonymous donor, to find a vanished woman. He’s not the expert he claims to be.

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    Warehouse Fire

    Inside the Oakland Party Fire

    Inside the Oakland Party Fire

    Editor's Note: This story has been updated throughout.OAKLAND, California—The only way to the second floor of the warehouse known as the Ghost Ship was up a rickety staircase constructed of wood pallets. The makeshift staircase felt unsteady ...

    At least 30 are dead after a building went up in flames Friday night. I was there and saw why it was so dangerous.

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    Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast

    Pregnancy Bracelet Lets Dad Feel Kicks

    Pregnancy Bracelet Lets Dad Feel Kicks

    There is nothing weirder, wilder, or more magical than a baby’s movement in utero. For many mothers (it certainly was for me), the quickening, those first flutters, are the moment when a pregnancy starts to feel real, when a bump becomes a baby. A...

    Thanks to the Scandinavians, fathers can choose to be even more involved in their partner’s pregnancy—now where’s that bracelet for morning sickness?

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    Fake Facebook News

    I Write Fake News. Here’s What Works.

    I Write Fake News. Here’s What Works.

    At first, I created fake news stories stories that were meant to be head-turning: Hillary sold passport-making machines directly to ISIS. Obama won’t say the words “Radical Islam” because it would break an Islamic Spell he thinks he is protected b...

    Here’s what I learned trapping trending algorithms and the people of Facebook, even when I wasn’t really trying to.

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    Cult of Fitness: When ‘energy’ drinks actually contained radioactive energy

    When ‘Energy’ Drinks Had Real Energy

    When ‘Energy’ Drinks Had Real Energy

    By Timothy J. Jorgensen, Georgetown University Modern life have you feeling frazzled? Flagging a bit as you rush through your day? Maybe you’re one of the millions of consumers who lean on energy drinks to put a little extra pep in your step.Thou...

    Millions of people consume energy drinks every day, but back in the day those drinks were a little more, um, energetic.

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    Fake facebook news

    Here’s How to Fix Facebook’s Fake News

    Here’s How to Fix Facebook’s Fake News

    For those of us who (despite a big blow to our confidence) still believe in the power of ideas to generate good, Facebook’s fake news problem should be a lightning rod.Nobody wins in a system that rewards lying. If stories stating that Pope Franci...

    Transparent algorithms and unfiltered newsfeeds may not be enough to fix the digital delivery systems that have made fake news a fixture. What’s needed is a software overhaul.

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    Fake Facebook News

    I Write Fake News. Here’s What Works.

    I Write Fake News. Here’s What Works.

    At first, I created fake news stories stories that were meant to be head-turning: Hillary sold passport-making machines directly to ISIS. Obama won’t say the words “Radical Islam” because it would break an Islamic Spell he thinks he is protected b...

    Here’s what I learned trapping trending algorithms and the people of Facebook, even when I wasn’t really trying to.

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    A Lt. Col. on video games inspiring violence

    Breeding an Assassination Generation

    Breeding an Assassination Generation

    Imagine your child, or grandchild, or your niece or nephew, or your friend’s child have gone off to school, the mall, or the theater. Hours later, you hear the breaking-news story every parent in the United States fears most: Shooting in Progress....

    There’s a proven correlation between video games and gun violence, yet we still allow our children free access to these games, breeding an assassination generation.

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    Amazon Battles Trolls Over Megyn Kelly

    Amazon Battles Trolls Over Megyn Kelly

    The angry online male masses, seen recently mass-downvoting the trailer for Paul Feig’s “Ghostbusters,” Phoebe Robinson’s podcast “So Many White Guys,” and many shows that feature women doing things other than supporting male characters, have turn...

    An online war is taking place over on the Amazon page for Megyn Kelly’s new book, with one-star reviews from Trumpkins popping up and being deleted with lightning speed.

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    Facebook Shitshow

    48 Hours in Facebook’s Unreality

    48 Hours in Facebook’s Unreality

    In the fact-free world of what trends on Facebook, everything is going swimmingly in Donald Trump’s America over the last 48 hours—even if none of it is true.America’s biggest celebrities are flipping to Trump, manufacturing plants are shutting do...

    Mark Zuckerberg thinks it’s a ‘crazy idea’ that fake news on Facebook helped elect Trump. He should look at the most shared stories of the last two days.

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    A Lt. Col. on video games inspiring violence

    Breeding an Assassination Generation

    Breeding an Assassination Generation

    Imagine your child, or grandchild, or your niece or nephew, or your friend’s child have gone off to school, the mall, or the theater. Hours later, you hear the breaking-news story every parent in the United States fears most: Shooting in Progress....

    There’s a proven correlation between video games and gun violence, yet we still allow our children free access to these games, breeding an assassination generation.

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    Arts + Culture

    Singer Adele holds her six Grammy Awards at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 12, 2012. Soul singer Adele triumphed in her return to music's stage on Sunday, scooping up six Grammys and winning every category in which she was nominated including album of the year for "21" and best record with "Rolling In the Deep."

    Watch Live: 2016 Grammy Nominations

    Watch Live: 2016 Grammy Nominations

    Nominations for the 59th annual Grammy Awards will be announced Tuesday, December 6th. The awards show itself is scheduled for January 12, 2017 and set to be hosted by James Corden.The nominations will be released in two waves, with the noms for ‘...

    The 2016 Grammy Nominations will be presented Tuesday morning by Meghan Trainor and released by the Recording Academy.

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    The Affair

    Real Violence Hits Home in ‘The Affair’

    Real Violence Hits Home in ‘The Affair’

    Just over a year ago, the playwright David Henry Hwang, who wrote Sunday night’s episode of The Affair, was stabbed in the neck while walking home from the grocery store in a random attack in his Brooklyn neighborhood, Fort Greene. The attack almo...

    The writer of Sunday night’s episode, David Henry Hwang, was stabbed—almost fatally—in the neck, just like Noah. The terror of the character carried an all-too-real charge.

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    A Teen Suicide Electrifies Broadway

    A Teen Suicide Electrifies Broadway

    From Stephen Sondheim through Rent to Next To Normal, Broadway musicals have long left their traditional moorings of boy-meets-girl, a bit of fluffy complication, uplifting self-discovery, and cheery ensemble dance routines. With the fascinating D...

    In ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ a teenager’s mysterious suicide is the spur for another teenager’s lie—and an examination of truth, memory, and internet lunacy.

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    David Sterling

    Fighting the Nazis From a Hospital Bed

    Fighting the Nazis From a Hospital Bed

    Five months before Operation Squatter, a tall, thin soldier lay grumpy and immobile in a Cairo hospital bed. The 25-year-old officer had been brought into the Scottish Military Hospital on June 15, 1941, paralyzed from the waist down. A letter to ...

    David Stirling was no one’s idea of a good soldier, yet as Ben Macintyre’s new book reveals, the British officer was an inspired strategist, even while hospitalized.

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    The Affair

    Real Violence Hits Home in ‘The Affair’

    Real Violence Hits Home in ‘The Affair’

    Just over a year ago, the playwright David Henry Hwang, who wrote Sunday night’s episode of The Affair, was stabbed in the neck while walking home from the grocery store in a random attack in his Brooklyn neighborhood, Fort Greene. The attack almo...

    The writer of Sunday night’s episode, David Henry Hwang, was stabbed—almost fatally—in the neck, just like Noah. The terror of the character carried an all-too-real charge.

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    1983, pigment print, image, 18 1/4 x 23 inches

    William Christenberry’s Haunted South

    William Christenberry’s Haunted South

    The noted photographer, who died this week, returned each year to obsessively and meticulously photograph the ever changing Alabama landscape that shaped his vision.

    The noted photographer, who died this week, returned each year to obsessively and meticulously photograph the ever changing Alabama landscape that shaped his vision.

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    A demonstrator puts a banner with an image depicting U.S. President-elect Donald Trump as he takes part in a protest against Trump, outside the U.S. embassy in Mexico City, Mexico November 14, 2016.

    Sinclair Lewis Predicted Trump—And Us

    Sinclair Lewis Predicted Trump—And Us

    It’s an election year, in a time of economic uncertainty. Running for president is a ranting populist type who has a bestselling book that is part biography, and part shameless boasting. He promises to “make America a proud, rich land again,” rail...

    In his 1935 novel, ‘It Can’t Happen Here,’ the Nobel prize winning author created a demagogue remarkably similar to Trump. He also nailed America’s love affair with demagogues.

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    The City Without Jews

    Anti-Nazi Film With the Missing Ending

    Anti-Nazi Film With the Missing Ending

    Anti-Semitism was flourishing in Austria in 1924 when the filmmaker Hans Karl Breslauer first screened The City Without Jews, a prescient silent film about a “legendary republic of Utopia” that collapses when those in power blame economic woes and...

    As Hitler was brooding in prison, a film hinting at the portending devastation for Jews was released in Austria. And then it went missing for nearly a century.

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    1983, pigment print, image, 18 1/4 x 23 inches

    William Christenberry’s Haunted South

    William Christenberry’s Haunted South

    The noted photographer, who died this week, returned each year to obsessively and meticulously photograph the ever changing Alabama landscape that shaped his vision.

    The noted photographer, who died this week, returned each year to obsessively and meticulously photograph the ever changing Alabama landscape that shaped his vision.

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