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    Bipartisan Leaders Hint Flynn Broke Law

    Bipartisan Leaders Hint Flynn Broke Law

    Michael Flynn likely broke the law when he accepted payments from foreign governments and failed to disclose them on his application for a government security clearance, the bipartisan leaders of the House Oversight Committee said Tuesday.  Flynn...

    The heads of the House Oversight Committee say the ex-national security adviser hid payments from Russia and Turkey. Meanwhile, the White House won’t give them documents.

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    Chris Collins

    Rep’s Bill Could Make His Company Rich

    Rep’s Bill Could Make His Company Rich

    When an Australian pharmaceutical company sought to raise money with the goal of entering the U.S. drug market, Rep. Chris Collins pitched in.The Republican congressman purchased $2.2 million worth of stock in Innate Immunotherapeutics as part of ...

    Chris Collins put millions into a drug maker seeking FDA approval. Then he wrote legislation speeding drug approval. And his kids, staff, donors, and more chipped in.

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    Sanctuary City

    Murder Spikes Not in Sanctuary Cities

    Murder Spikes Not in Sanctuary Cities

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made a crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities a centerpiece of his first few months at the Justice Department—but some cities that have heeded his warning are seeing their murder rates spike anyway.In a speech l...

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions says rising crime rates make sanctuary cities unsafe. The statistics paint a much more complicated picture.

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    Bipartisan Leaders Hint Flynn Broke Law

    Bipartisan Leaders Hint Flynn Broke Law

    Michael Flynn likely broke the law when he accepted payments from foreign governments and failed to disclose them on his application for a government security clearance, the bipartisan leaders of the House Oversight Committee said Tuesday.  Flynn...

    The heads of the House Oversight Committee say the ex-national security adviser hid payments from Russia and Turkey. Meanwhile, the White House won’t give them documents.

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    Deputy assistant to President Trump Sebastian Gorka participates in a discussion during the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center February 24, 2017 in National Harbor, Maryland. Hosted by the American Conservative Union, CPAC is an annual gathering of right wing politicians, commentators and their supporters.

    Gorka: ‘Fake News’ Impacts Lives

    Gorka: ‘Fake News’ Impacts Lives

    Sebastian Gorka, a controversial adviser to President Trump, said on Monday journalists who report "fake news... jeopardize stability all around the world.”The deputy assistant to the president got up and left a Georgetown University cybersec...

    President Trump’s controversial adviser abruptly left a Q&A session on Monday after he was asked about a story critical of him, which he said endangered the Mideast.

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    State Department Pimping Out Mar-A-Lago

    State Department Pimping Out Mar-A-Lago

    State Department Pimping Out Mar-A-Lago

    A media arm of the State Department is using federal resources to promote President Donald Trump’s private Florida golf club, fueling scrutiny of the nexus between the president’s official duties and his personal financial interests.Share America,...

    The State Department’s promotion of Mar-a-Lago adds to the controversy over the place Donald Trump has spent a quarter of his presidency.

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    Entertainment

    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) is introduced before the game against the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Championship football game at Bank of America Stadium.

    When Is the 2017 NFL Draft?

    When Is the 2017 NFL Draft?

    Having Super Bowl withdrawals? Don’t worry, the NFL draft is here for your football fix. It’s that time of year again, where your favorite NFL teams pick their newest members. The NFL draft will begin with round 1 on Thursday, April 27, and end wi...

    It’s that time of year again. Here’s what you need to know going into this year’s draft.

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    Singer Elton John performs at the Hillary Victory Fund "I'm With Her" benefit concert for U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, March 2, 2016.

    Elton John Beats Deadly Infection

    Elton John Beats Deadly Infection

    Elton John has canceled a string of performances at Caesar's Palace after a contracting a “potentially deadly” bacterial infection in South America that landed him in the intensive-care ward of a British hospital for two nights.Sir Elton’s ma...

    The Rocket Man beat a potentially deadly bacterial infection, but has now canceled a string of six Vegas shows while he recuperates.

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    Joseph Cross stars in the Tribeca Film Festival's 'Tilt.'

    The Trump Horror Film Terrifying Tribeca

    The Trump Horror Film Terrifying Tribeca

    There’s a moment in Tilt, Kasra Farahani’s horror thriller that premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, that sends the kind of charged, to-your-bones jolt of fright that leaves leaves you laughing in its aftermath: a character opens the do...

    Kasra Farahani’s ‘Tilt’ chronicles how one man’s agitated anti-Trump rants devolve into a psychotic murderous rampage. No, it’s not a documentary. (Warning: Light spoilers ahead.)

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    Director Ron Howard poses for a portrait during a press day for the film "Frost/Nixon" in New York on November 13, 2008.

    Ron Howard: Einstein, Sex & Donald Trump

    Ron Howard: Einstein, Sex & Donald Trump

    You may not be prepared—as I certainly was not—to be introduced to Albert Einstein in the new National Geographic series Genius with the trailblazing professor mid-coitus: pants around his ankles, dress shirt barely disguising his arsch, if you wi...

    The Oscar winner explains why his new Albert Einstein series ‘Genius’ resonates more after Trump’s election than expected. Plus, why he thinks Einstein sex scenes are important.

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    Singer Elton John performs at the Hillary Victory Fund "I'm With Her" benefit concert for U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, March 2, 2016.

    Elton John Beats Deadly Infection

    Elton John Beats Deadly Infection

    Elton John has canceled a string of performances at Caesar's Palace after a contracting a “potentially deadly” bacterial infection in South America that landed him in the intensive-care ward of a British hospital for two nights.Sir Elton’s ma...

    The Rocket Man beat a potentially deadly bacterial infection, but has now canceled a string of six Vegas shows while he recuperates.

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    Seth Meyers dissects President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office on NBC's 'Late Night with Seth Meyers.'

    Seth Meyers Rips Trump’s First 100 Days

    Seth Meyers Rips Trump’s First 100 Days

    President Trump will reach his first 100 days in office on Saturday, April 29, but the ratings are already in—and they ain’t pretty.This week, NBC and The Wall Street Journal released a poll showing that 64 percent of Americans felt President Trum...

    The ‘Late Night’ host is back after a two-week absence and he has a lot of things to say about President Trump’s first 100 days in office, as well as a possible gov’t shutdown.

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    'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert breaks down President Trump's first 100 days.

    Colbert Slams Trump for 9/11 Comparison

    Colbert Slams Trump for 9/11 Comparison

    “It’s a huge week for Donald Trump because this Saturday he will reach 100 days in office, and boy, it sure seems longer.” That’s how Stephen Colbert, the king of late night, opened his latest Late Show monologue—a lengthy affair that broke down ...

    The ‘Late Show’ host was not impressed with Trump’s claim that his appearance on CBS’s ‘Face the Nation’ received the show’s best ratings since the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001.

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    Christian Bale on Trump’s ‘Dictatorship’

    Christian Bale on Trump’s ‘Dictatorship’

    Christian Bale’s feral intensity has been breathlessly documented in print, where agents provocateur have endeavored to summon his inner Dark Knight; on film, as the growling billionaire obscured by cape and cowl; and online, with his viral we’re ...

    The Oscar-winning actor opens up about his new period epic ‘The Promise,’ recognizing the Armenian genocide, and the importance of a free press.

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    Seth Meyers dissects President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office on NBC's 'Late Night with Seth Meyers.'

    Seth Meyers Rips Trump’s First 100 Days

    Seth Meyers Rips Trump’s First 100 Days

    President Trump will reach his first 100 days in office on Saturday, April 29, but the ratings are already in—and they ain’t pretty.This week, NBC and The Wall Street Journal released a poll showing that 64 percent of Americans felt President Trum...

    The ‘Late Night’ host is back after a two-week absence and he has a lot of things to say about President Trump’s first 100 days in office, as well as a possible gov’t shutdown.

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    World News

    Sexy Russian Hacker Swindled Americans

    Feds: Sexy Cyber Scammer Stole a Million

    Feds: Sexy Cyber Scammer Stole a Million

    Prison scrubs are the new swimsuit for an accused cyberscammer plucked off the beaches of Thailand to face justice in a Brooklyn court. But her attorney and prosecutors said Wednesday that they’re in talks about a plea deal.Feds say alluring hotel...

    Alluring hotel hostess Olga Komova is working toward a plea deal after allegedly using malware to siphon more than $1.2 million from victims’ accounts.

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    Bannon’s Russian Soul Mate Speaks

    Bannon’s Russian Soul Mate Speaks

    MOSCOW—The Russian political philosopher Alexander Dugin is banned from traveling to the United States because his calls for violence helped inspire the pro-Moscow insurgency in eastern Ukraine in 2014. But if America’s leading ideologue today, St...

    Alexander Dugin says Trump’s ‘unforgivable’ attack on Syria makes him a traitor to the alt-right, and Putin’s a big disappointment. But Dugin still digs Bannon.

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    French Far Right and Center Face Off

    French Far Right and Center Face Off

    PARIS—Two days after Donald Trump declared that anti-immigrant, anti-European Union, anti-NATO, pro-Russian, anti-American, pro-Steve-Bannon Marine Le Pen was the “strongest on borders, and she’s the strongest on what’s been going on in France,” s...

    Trump’s tacit endorsement of France’s far right may have backfired, as France’s centrist candidate took the lead in the first runoff. But Le Pen is still standing.

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    Inside Secret Stasi STD Torture Clinics

    Inside Secret Stasi STD Torture Clinics

    HALLE, Germany—“Leave it alone,” she was warned, “you will only harm yourself.” Sixteen-year-old Elke Bauer, as we’ll call her, wasn’t supposed to ask too many questions: not about her sexual assault, not about her mysterious injections, not about...

    The evils of totalitarianism come in many forms. But the STD clinics of the German Democratic Republic were something special.

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    Bannon’s Russian Soul Mate Speaks

    Bannon’s Russian Soul Mate Speaks

    MOSCOW—The Russian political philosopher Alexander Dugin is banned from traveling to the United States because his calls for violence helped inspire the pro-Moscow insurgency in eastern Ukraine in 2014. But if America’s leading ideologue today, St...

    Alexander Dugin says Trump’s ‘unforgivable’ attack on Syria makes him a traitor to the alt-right, and Putin’s a big disappointment. But Dugin still digs Bannon.

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    Babies

    Will Islam Inherit the Earth?

    Will Islam Inherit the Earth?

    Controversial right-wing Congressman Steve King made headlines in March when he tweeted his support for anti-Muslin Dutch politician Geert Wilders saying, “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civ...

    Fueling the hysteria on the part of politicians like Steve King and Geert Wilders, a blockbuster new report details how a lack of Christian fecundity may leave the earth to others.

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    Where’s the Cross Jesus Christ Died On?

    Where’s the Cross Jesus Christ Died On?

    Last week, Christians around the world celebrated the resurrection of Jesus. An integral part of this, the foundational moment in Christian history, is that three days earlier Jesus was hung on a wooden cross in a humiliating and agonizing death. ...

    For 2,000 years, Christians have sought a piece of the cross Jesus died on—and some have been willing to use their teeth.

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    100 Years of Communism’s Bloody Legacy

    100 Years of Communism’s Bloody Legacy

    One hundred years ago this month, a train pulled by locomotive No. 293 arrived at the Finland Station in Petrograd (St. Petersburg). Though it was late at night, a large crowd waited waving red flags and flowers. Within a sealed railcar was a pass...

    One hundred years ago this month, Lenin detrained at Finland Station. Now, young people think George Bush killed more people than Stalin. We need some history lessons, pronto.

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    Babies

    Will Islam Inherit the Earth?

    Will Islam Inherit the Earth?

    Controversial right-wing Congressman Steve King made headlines in March when he tweeted his support for anti-Muslin Dutch politician Geert Wilders saying, “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civ...

    Fueling the hysteria on the part of politicians like Steve King and Geert Wilders, a blockbuster new report details how a lack of Christian fecundity may leave the earth to others.

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    U.S.

    Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim speaks at a news conference in which arrests were announced in a federal gun licensing probe on April 25, 2017 in New York City. Two former police officers, a former New York City police lieutenant and a lawyer who once worked as a prosecutor were arrested in a federal gun licensing probe on Tuesday. The investigation found that police employees had traded expedited handling of gun permits in exchange for jewelry, catered parties, cash and other items

    Feds: Cops Swapped Hookers for Guns

    Feds: Cops Swapped Hookers for Guns

    Three ex-NYPD cops traded handgun licenses for cash, prostitutes, and expensive trips, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday. And a former assistant district attorney-turned-gun rights lawyer was charged with bribing cops with luxuries i...

    Three ex-officers and a former prosecutor were arrested in a scheme that put gun licenses in criminals’ hands.

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    Notre Dame

    Suit: College Expelled Me for Being Male

    Suit: College Expelled Me for Being Male

    An undergraduate student is suing the University of Notre Dame in federal court, alleging the Indiana school launched a discriminatory investigation that found him guilty of stalking, dating violence, and harassment of an ex-girlfriend, then expel...

    An undergrad claims Notre Dame kicked him out unfairly after a harassment investigation—and ignored evidence that the girl wanted to ruin his reputation.

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    Chris Collins

    Rep’s Bill Could Make His Company Rich

    Rep’s Bill Could Make His Company Rich

    When an Australian pharmaceutical company sought to raise money with the goal of entering the U.S. drug market, Rep. Chris Collins pitched in.The Republican congressman purchased $2.2 million worth of stock in Innate Immunotherapeutics as part of ...

    Chris Collins put millions into a drug maker seeking FDA approval. Then he wrote legislation speeding drug approval. And his kids, staff, donors, and more chipped in.

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    Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim speaks at a news conference in which arrests were announced in a federal gun licensing probe on April 25, 2017 in New York City. Two former police officers, a former New York City police lieutenant and a lawyer who once worked as a prosecutor were arrested in a federal gun licensing probe on Tuesday. The investigation found that police employees had traded expedited handling of gun permits in exchange for jewelry, catered parties, cash and other items

    Feds: Cops Swapped Hookers for Guns

    Feds: Cops Swapped Hookers for Guns

    Three ex-NYPD cops traded handgun licenses for cash, prostitutes, and expensive trips, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday. And a former assistant district attorney-turned-gun rights lawyer was charged with bribing cops with luxuries i...

    Three ex-officers and a former prosecutor were arrested in a scheme that put gun licenses in criminals’ hands.

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    Sexy Russian Hacker Swindled Americans

    Feds: Sexy Cyber Scammer Stole a Million

    Feds: Sexy Cyber Scammer Stole a Million

    Prison scrubs are the new swimsuit for an accused cyberscammer plucked off the beaches of Thailand to face justice in a Brooklyn court. But her attorney and prosecutors said Wednesday that they’re in talks about a plea deal.Feds say alluring hotel...

    Alluring hotel hostess Olga Komova is working toward a plea deal after allegedly using malware to siphon more than $1.2 million from victims’ accounts.

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    Feds: Man Ran Sex Ring… From Jail

    Feds: Man Ran Sex Ring… From Jail

    A North Carolina man is accused of enlisting his wife and his mother to help run a sex-trafficking operation so he could raise money for bail.Zerrell Ross Fuentes, of Charlotte, allegedly used the jail telephone to recruit three underage girls int...

    A North Carolina man is accused of using jail telephones to lure underage girls into prostitution as part of a scheme to raise bail money.

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    Tech

    Eavesdropping

    U.S. Eavesdropping Program Goes Silent

    U.S. Eavesdropping Program Goes Silent

    Something a little funny might be going on in America’s most secretive court. According to the annual report for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), released April 20, the court didn’t authorize any surveillance last year under Sec...

    It’s long been considered one of the most important ways American spies gather information overseas. But in 2016, it apparently went dark.

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    Trump/ NASA

    Trump’s Space Race Saves NASA—For Now

    Trump’s Space Race Saves NASA—For Now

    President Donald Trump likes tanks, killer drones, and aircraft carriers, for which he has allocated billions of dollars in his proposed federal budget. What he does not seem to like, however, is research in biomedicine, alternative energy, or the...

    The president wants to massively cut most nonmilitary R&D—except for NASA. An interview with ‘How We’ll Live on Mars’ author Stephen Petranek reveals why.

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    Hacker

    FBI Arrests Hacker Who Hacked No One

    FBI Arrests Hacker Who Hacked No One

    Taylor Huddleston woke early on December 6th, hours before the Arkansas winter morning would stir to life with the sound of roosters and dogs. Since selling off the last piece of his software business two months earlier, Huddleston had nothing in ...

    He built a piece of software. That tool was pirated and abused by hackers. Now the feds want him to pay for the computer crooks’ crimes.

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    Will Trump Pal Use Ties To Beat FDA

    Will Trump Donor Use Ties to Beat FDA?

    Will Trump Donor Use Ties to Beat FDA?

    By Marisa Taylor, Kaiser Health NewsParker Petit, a GOP-friendly biotech executive, has a new nickname since the presidential election. His critics call him “the Trump of Georgia.”An early supporter of Donald Trump’s, Petit is unfazed by the compa...

    Parker Petit says he doesn’t think his ties to the president and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, who oversees the FDA, will benefit his wound care company.

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    Trump/ NASA

    Trump’s Space Race Saves NASA—For Now

    Trump’s Space Race Saves NASA—For Now

    President Donald Trump likes tanks, killer drones, and aircraft carriers, for which he has allocated billions of dollars in his proposed federal budget. What he does not seem to like, however, is research in biomedicine, alternative energy, or the...

    The president wants to massively cut most nonmilitary R&D—except for NASA. An interview with ‘How We’ll Live on Mars’ author Stephen Petranek reveals why.

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    Putin

    Russia’s Info War on US Started in 2014

    Russia’s Info War on US Started in 2014

    On 26 October 2015, I authored a post at the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) entitled “Russia Returns as al Qaeda and the Islamic State’s Far Enemy” noting:“The Russians have used social media-driven information campaigns to discredit the...

    Clint Watts is testifying Thursday morning before the Senate’s intelligence committee on Russia’s interference in U.S. politics. Here’s what he told the senators.

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    She Gave Away Your Data. Now Buy Hers.

    She Gave Away Your Data. Now Buy Hers.

    House Telecom Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn received $84,000 from telecommunications companies in the 2016 election cycle alone.On Tuesday, she and 264 other members of Congress, all Republicans, then voted to reverse a newly instituted F...

    Marsha Blackburn—who got nearly $700K from the telecom industry—voted to make selling private browsing data easier. The guy who raised over $100K to buy hers says he isn't bluffing.

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    Th Uber Technologies Inc. car service application (app) is demonstrated for a photograph on an Apple Inc. iPhone in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. For San Francisco-based Uber Technologies Inc. which recently raised $1.2 billion of investors' financing at $17 billion valuation, New York is its biggest by revenue among the 150 cities in which it operates across 42 countries. The Hamptons are a pop-up market for high-end season weekends where the average trip is three time that of an average trip in New York City.

    Uber Coins Terms ‘Jewbers’ and ‘UberHUE’

    Uber Coins Terms ‘Jewbers’ and ‘UberHUE’

    In response to an alleged harassment scandal that has plagued the company this year, Uber released a report on Tuesday detailing the makeup of its workforce and in turn creating terms like “Jewbers” and “UberHUE.”According to the report, the compa...

    The ridesharing company released a diversity report with terms that are drawing criticism—and jokes—about the company’s apparent tone deafness.

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    Putin

    Russia’s Info War on US Started in 2014

    Russia’s Info War on US Started in 2014

    On 26 October 2015, I authored a post at the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) entitled “Russia Returns as al Qaeda and the Islamic State’s Far Enemy” noting:“The Russians have used social media-driven information campaigns to discredit the...

    Clint Watts is testifying Thursday morning before the Senate’s intelligence committee on Russia’s interference in U.S. politics. Here’s what he told the senators.

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    Arts + Culture

    Mud Jeans

    The Insanity of Nordstrom’s ‘Muddy’ Jean

    The Insanity of Nordstrom’s ‘Muddy’ Jean

    There is, as Nordstrom surely hoped, predictable social media snark and outrage that they are selling jeans with fake-mud designed on the front of them for $425.They are not, well, messing around: as you can see at the Nordstrom website the not-mu...

    Nordstrom is selling jeans with fake mud-effect for $425. They look horrible, and serve as a reminder of just how hellish jeans look today, and how hellish shopping for them is.

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    The best friends playing together

    Trans and Cis Kids Aren’t So Different

    Trans and Cis Kids Aren’t So Different

    Transgender children aren’t all that different from other children, a new study published in the journal Child Development suggests. They just have a gender other than the one assigned to them at birth.For the study, University of Washington resea...

    Two University of Washington researchers find that ‘in many ways, the basic gender development of socially transgender children is quite similar to that of other children.’

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    NEW YORK, NEW YORK, MARCH 15, 2010–––Fox News' top rated host, Bill O'Reilly has helped to make Fox News a ratings leader.  (Photo by Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

    O’Reilly: ‘The Truth Will Come Out’

    O’Reilly: ‘The Truth Will Come Out’

    In his first direct public statement since he was fired from Fox News last Wednesday amid multiple sexual harassment allegations and the snowballing exodus of advertisers, Bill O’Reilly said he’s “shaken” by his career implosion and plans to tell ...

    In his first public statement since he was fired from Fox News, Bill O’Reilly says he is ‘shaken’ and plans to reveal ‘exactly what happened’—just not right now.

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    Anastasia

    ‘Anastasia’ Lives Again on Broadway

    ‘Anastasia’ Lives Again on Broadway

    If you are particular about Russian political and cultural history, you might want to be gripping a stress ball before taking your seat at the musical Anastasia on Broadway.If you want to watch a proudly old-school Broadway musical with the best s...

    The legend of the Romanov who reputedly escaped the Russian royal family’s massacre in 1918 is bought to life in a sparkling Broadway show.

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    The best friends playing together

    Trans and Cis Kids Aren’t So Different

    Trans and Cis Kids Aren’t So Different

    Transgender children aren’t all that different from other children, a new study published in the journal Child Development suggests. They just have a gender other than the one assigned to them at birth.For the study, University of Washington resea...

    Two University of Washington researchers find that ‘in many ways, the basic gender development of socially transgender children is quite similar to that of other children.’

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    Commentator Ann Coulter addresses the Conservative Political Action conference (CPAC) in Washington, February 12, 2011.

    UC Berkeley Faces Coulter Lawsuit

    UC Berkeley Faces Coulter Lawsuit

    Two conservative student groups at the University of California-Berkeley have sued the school for stifling conservative speech on campus, after University officials cancelled conservative pundit Ann Coulter’s speech last week, citing safety concer...

    The university ‘unreasonably’ restricts ‘any campus event involving high-profile speakers’ to discriminate against conservatives in particular, the suit claims.

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    Andrea Tantaros

    Ex-Host: Fox News Illegally Hacked Me

    Ex-Host: Fox News Illegally Hacked Me

    Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros filed a lawsuit Monday alleging the network illegally spied on her and used the information to intimidate and “emotionally torture” her.Shortly after ex-CEO Roger Ailes was given the boot last summer over multi...

    Andrea Tantaros claims in a second lawsuit against her former employer that Fox News and associates surveilled her and used information to intimidate and harass her.

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    Oh No. Where Did Willy Wonka’s Magic Go?

    Oh No. Where Did Willy Wonka’s Magic Go?

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is something of a, if not poisoned, then loaded chalice to take to Broadway.For one, you have to contend with thousands of individually rendered memories of Roald Dahl’s book about poverty-stricken Charlie Bucket’...

    The charm of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ is intact, but a new Broadway production is lacking in necessary magic and outrageousness.

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    Commentator Ann Coulter addresses the Conservative Political Action conference (CPAC) in Washington, February 12, 2011.

    UC Berkeley Faces Coulter Lawsuit

    UC Berkeley Faces Coulter Lawsuit

    Two conservative student groups at the University of California-Berkeley have sued the school for stifling conservative speech on campus, after University officials cancelled conservative pundit Ann Coulter’s speech last week, citing safety concer...

    The university ‘unreasonably’ restricts ‘any campus event involving high-profile speakers’ to discriminate against conservatives in particular, the suit claims.

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