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    Prince presents the award for British Female Solo Artist at The BRIT Awards 2014 at 02 Arena on February 19, 2014 in London, England.

    How the War on Drugs Failed Prince

    How the War on Drugs Failed Prince

    A year later, it still hurts to think of Prince, alone in an elevator, dying.He did so much for so many and meant so much to so many, but at the end, he needed help—yet he was alone. Those closest to him knew he was so out of control that he neede...

    We are in the midst of a national addiction to lethal legal drugs, and the White House is attacking marijuana.

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    War on Drugs Isn't Over for Minorities

    War on Drugs Isn't Over for Minorities

    The news last May was unambiguous: in Colorado, which legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, pot-related arrests were down 8 percent for white adolescents aged 10 to 17 between that year and 2014, and up 58 percent for black and Latino youth th...

    It’s not clear that “legalize it” will help much of anyone other than rich white entrepreneurs and affluent tokers.

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    Trump playground

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    It’s a Trumpian take on the playground game “cops and robbers”: one student plays “Trump,” another is “Pence,” and the rest play “Mexicans” who must escape the threat of deportation by being tagged.The students are as young as nine years old and t...

    Bizarrely Trump-themed play is popping up in schools for children as young as four years old.

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    Prince presents the award for British Female Solo Artist at The BRIT Awards 2014 at 02 Arena on February 19, 2014 in London, England.

    How the War on Drugs Failed Prince

    How the War on Drugs Failed Prince

    A year later, it still hurts to think of Prince, alone in an elevator, dying.He did so much for so many and meant so much to so many, but at the end, he needed help—yet he was alone. Those closest to him knew he was so out of control that he neede...

    We are in the midst of a national addiction to lethal legal drugs, and the White House is attacking marijuana.

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    March for Science

    How the War on Science Is Really Fought

    How the War on Science Is Really Fought

    The advance numbers for this Saturday’s March for Science are impressive: 480 marches around the world, over 200 partner organizations, 1.3 million supporters signed up in seven days.The March for Science has emphasized throughout that it is non-p...

    This week’s march claims to be non-political, but the reality is that the war against science is being fought by the Republican Party in ways you don’t see.

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    Nuke

    Nuke Developer Greases Trump’s Palm

    Nuke Developer Greases Trump’s Palm

    For a politically astute businessman looking to get into the nuclear power industry, a series of contributions to influential legislators could cut some of the inevitable red tape, but a million-dollar gift to Donald Trump’s inauguration might hel...

    He didn’t financially support Trump in the election, but once Trump won, he forked over $1 million to his inauguration committee.

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    Entertainment

    A River Below

    A Marine Biologist’s Warning to Trump

    A Marine Biologist’s Warning to Trump

    More than three years ago in Bogotá, Colombia, I was contacted by producer Torus Tammer to be part of a movie that I assumed would be focused on the Amazon pink river dolphins. As on other occasions, I figured it would be an initiative on these fa...

    Fernando Trujillo, Scientific Director of Foundation Omacha and subject of the Tribeca Film Fest doc ‘A River Below,’ writes about why environmental protection is of grave importance.

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    Prince

    Radio Station Playing Prince All Day

    Radio Station Playing Prince All Day

    It’s not the real thing, but it’ll do.In 2016, we lost so many amazing talents, including sweet Prince. Today is the one-year anniversary of the artist’s death from an overdose of painkillers.If you’re feeling a bit blue today—or purple—tune in to...

    A Minneapolis radio station tries to fill the void left by Prince’s death.

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    Silicon Valley

    ‘Silicon Valley’ Is Better Than Ever

    ‘Silicon Valley’ Is Better Than Ever

    Over the course of three years, HBO’s Silicon Valley has presented its Northern California milieu as a microcosm of corporate America, a place where ambition fuels creativity and ruthless competition is the ever-present norm. Given that it’s also ...

    The fourth season of HBO and Mike Judge’s series tees off on the unbridled egomania that fuels Silicon Valley, a land of $400 juicers and dreams broken and fulfilled.

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    OBSESSED, Beyonce Knowles, 2009. Photo: Suzanne Tenner/ ©Screen Gems/courtesy Everett Collection

    The Greatness of Beyoncé’s ‘Obsessed’

    The Greatness of Beyoncé’s ‘Obsessed’

    From her very first moments onscreen, it’s abundantly clear that Katherine Heigl’s Tessa is going to do something crazy. Unforgettable, which is something of a comeback for Heigl, is at its strongest during these moments of restrained violence. Wh...

    The new film starring Katherine Heigl and Rosario Dawson, about a woman-stalker, is just a cheap knockoff of the underappreciated 2009 flick.

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    Prince

    Radio Station Playing Prince All Day

    Radio Station Playing Prince All Day

    It’s not the real thing, but it’ll do.In 2016, we lost so many amazing talents, including sweet Prince. Today is the one-year anniversary of the artist’s death from an overdose of painkillers.If you’re feeling a bit blue today—or purple—tune in to...

    A Minneapolis radio station tries to fill the void left by Prince’s death.

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    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

    Comedian Trumps Baldwin on ‘Colbert’

    Comedian Trumps Baldwin on ‘Colbert’

    Donald Trump has not appeared on late-night television since the infamous hair-mussing incident of 2016 on The Tonight Show. But on Thursday night, Stephen Colbert got the next best thing: Trump impersonator and star of Comedy Central’s upcoming T...

    In the war of Donald Trump impressions, the host of Comedy Central’s ‘The President Show’ just might be winning.

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    Trevor Noah Thinks Trump Is Super Stoned

    Trevor Noah Thinks Trump Is Super Stoned

    “I know this might sound crazy, but just hear me out for a second,” The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah said on Thursday night after outlining Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s strict opposition to marijuana legalization. “I have a theory that President D...

    ‘He forgets people’s names, he mixes up Iraq and Syria…’

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    Armie Hammer

    Your Armie Hammer Crush Is Coming

    Your Armie Hammer Crush Is Coming

    How do you like your Armie Hammer? (Besides next to you, feeding you charcuterie and white wine, gazing meaningfully into your eyes?)The six-foot-five breakout seemingly sculpted out of a Redwood has found his chiseled jawline in high demand of la...

    With riotous gun comedy ‘Free Fire’ and Oscar-courting gay romance ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ Armie Hammer is making a play to be the leading man of your dreams.

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    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

    Comedian Trumps Baldwin on ‘Colbert’

    Comedian Trumps Baldwin on ‘Colbert’

    Donald Trump has not appeared on late-night television since the infamous hair-mussing incident of 2016 on The Tonight Show. But on Thursday night, Stephen Colbert got the next best thing: Trump impersonator and star of Comedy Central’s upcoming T...

    In the war of Donald Trump impressions, the host of Comedy Central’s ‘The President Show’ just might be winning.

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    World News

    Syria’s Cruel ‘Reconciliations’

    Syria’s Cruel ‘Reconciliations’

    The United Nation's Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) announced Thursday that it had found “incontrovertible proof” that the Syrian government used “sarin or a sarin-like substance” in a chemical weapons attack on th...

    The deal to evacuate four towns, some besieged by Assad, some by the opposition, involved some extraordinary intrigue—and terrible risks.

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    A demonstrator throws back a tear gas grenade while clashing with riot police during the so-called "mother of all marches" against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela April 19, 2017.

    Venezuela Erupts in 'Mother of All Ma...

    Venezuela Erupts in 'Mother of All Ma...

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    Trump Versus the Volcano

    Trump Vs. the Volcano

    Trump Vs. the Volcano

    TAORMINA, Italy—The gelato makers at the Fanaberia ice cream shop on the main street of this gorgeous Sicilian city take the upcoming Group of 7 summit meeting very seriously. They are perfecting the prototype for the “Coppa Trump,” or Trump Cup, ...

    Mt. Etna is rumbling, the pope is riled, and an orange-topped ice cream cup has been whipped up as Sicily gets ready to receive POTUS on a whirlwind visit next month.

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    Russian Mole Inside NSA? CIA? Both?

    Russian Mole Inside NSA? CIA? Both?

    A message from Vladimir Putin can take many forms.It can be as heavy-handed as a pair of Russian bombers buzzing the Alaska coast, or as lethal as the public assassination of a defector on the streets of Kiev. Now Putin may be sending a message to...

    The latest Shadow Brokers hack exposed classified intel that could only have come from within the NSA, setting the stage for a Cold War ritual—the mole hunt.

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looks through a pair of binoculars during an inspection of the Hwa Islet Defence Detachment standing guard over a forward post off the east coast of the Korean peninsula, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on July 1, 2014. REUTERS/KCNA (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS ? THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS. SOUTH KOREA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SOUTH KOREA. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - RTR3WLEA

    If Trump Fights North Korea, We All Do

    If Trump Fights North Korea, We All Do

    North Korea has played its pair of twos better than any other county in history. To reclaim the upper hand, we have to stop their nuclear weapons program. If we use force to do so, we must be ready to go the distance. I am not advocating for total...

    You don’t want war with North Korea. But do you want Kim Jong Un to be sitting on a warhead that can take out Chicago? That’s probably the choice.

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    Bill O'Reilly Pope Francis

    O’Reilly Meets Pope Amid Fox Ouster

    O’Reilly Meets Pope Amid Fox Ouster

    Hopefully Pope Francis keeps hand sanitizer on him. While on his now permanent vacation, Bill O’Reilly had a chance to meet the Pope. The visit comes in the middle–now possibly the end–of O’Reilly’s battle with a flood of sexual assault accusation...

    During Pope Francis’ weekly general audience, O’Reilly shook hands with the pontiff. Does he really think a last-ditch blessing can help him?

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    Donald Trump Nuclear Bomb

    Trump’s Got a Mega-Bomb for North Korea

    Trump’s Got a Mega-Bomb for North Korea

    Forget the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier that President Donald Trump claimed, wrongly, was steaming toward North Korea to punish Kim Jong Un’s regime for apparently testing a nuclear-capable ballistic missile last Saturday. Forget the U.S. Marine Cor...

    The Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP) makes a MOAB look like an M-80. Carried in stealth bombers, it’s custom-made to blow up Pyongyang’s very deep underground facilities.

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looks through a pair of binoculars during an inspection of the Hwa Islet Defence Detachment standing guard over a forward post off the east coast of the Korean peninsula, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on July 1, 2014. REUTERS/KCNA (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS ? THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS. SOUTH KOREA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SOUTH KOREA. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - RTR3WLEA

    If Trump Fights North Korea, We All Do

    If Trump Fights North Korea, We All Do

    North Korea has played its pair of twos better than any other county in history. To reclaim the upper hand, we have to stop their nuclear weapons program. If we use force to do so, we must be ready to go the distance. I am not advocating for total...

    You don’t want war with North Korea. But do you want Kim Jong Un to be sitting on a warhead that can take out Chicago? That’s probably the choice.

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    Trump playground

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    It’s a Trumpian take on the playground game “cops and robbers”: one student plays “Trump,” another is “Pence,” and the rest play “Mexicans” who must escape the threat of deportation by being tagged.The students are as young as nine years old and t...

    Bizarrely Trump-themed play is popping up in schools for children as young as four years old.

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    March for Science

    How the War on Science Is Really Fought

    How the War on Science Is Really Fought

    The advance numbers for this Saturday’s March for Science are impressive: 480 marches around the world, over 200 partner organizations, 1.3 million supporters signed up in seven days.The March for Science has emphasized throughout that it is non-p...

    This week’s march claims to be non-political, but the reality is that the war against science is being fought by the Republican Party in ways you don’t see.

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    O’Reilly Reads His Own Filthy Book

    O’Reilly Reads His Own Filthy Book

    The nightmare’s almost over.Bill O’Reilly was fired yesterday from his long-running career at Fox News. I’m not sure what I’ll miss most about him… the heaps of sexual harassment allegations? Maybe the time when he said slaves were “well fed”? How...

    This is the last time you will willingly listen to Bill O’Reilly’s voice.

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    Trump playground

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    Trump Is the New Insult on Playgrounds

    It’s a Trumpian take on the playground game “cops and robbers”: one student plays “Trump,” another is “Pence,” and the rest play “Mexicans” who must escape the threat of deportation by being tagged.The students are as young as nine years old and t...

    Bizarrely Trump-themed play is popping up in schools for children as young as four years old.

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    FGM

    2nd Dr. Arrested for Genital Mutilation

    2nd Dr. Arrested for Genital Mutilation

    A Michigan doctor and his wife were arrested Friday morning for providing the clinic where Dr. Jumana Nagarwala allegedly performed female genital mutilation surgeries on girls as young as six.Federal prosecutors charged Fakhruddin Attar and his w...

    Fakhruddin Attar owns the clinic where Dr. Jumana Nagarwala allegedly performed illegal surgeries on girls as young as six. Attar’s wife was also arrested.

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    Short Creek

    Judge OK’s Mormon Sect’s Police Force

    Judge OK’s Mormon Sect’s Police Force

    An inter-state police force that serves a polygamous fundamentalist Mormon community won’t be required to disband—despite alleged discrimination against nonbelievers, surveillance of dissidents, and facilitation of child abuse.Instead, officers in...

    The Marshal’s Office was accused of discriminating against non-believers and ignoring church members’ marriages to underage girls.

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    Tech

    Drugmakers Turn Patients Into Lobbyists

    Drugmakers Turn Patients Into Lobbyists

    By Sarah Jane Tribble, Kaiser Health NewsWASHINGTON—Wearing a blue T-shirt and worn jeans, Marc Yale stood near the welcome pole at the annual Rare Disease Legislative Advocates conference handing out money.Envelopes in his left hand held $750 che...

    Patients with the rarest afflictions are being trained as powerful advocates on Capitol Hill for new drugs and legislation that would help the industry.

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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

    Communism for Kids

    Hey Kids, How Cool Is Communism?

    Hey Kids, How Cool Is Communism?

    Of his Hitler Youth pledged to him and him alone, Adolf Hitler once said, “When an opponent declares, ‘I will not come over to your side,’ I calmly say, ‘“Your child belongs to us already.”'And this was cemented not just in community hikes, a...

    A Berlin-based author and MIT have published a kid's book making the case for Communism using fairy tales—minus all the mass murder, of course.

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    Gwyneth Paltrow attends the goop pop Dallas Launch Party in Highland Park Village on November 20, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.

    Next From Gwynnie: ‘Goop, the Summit’

    Next From Gwynnie: ‘Goop, the Summit’

    Less than a year ago, Gwyneth Paltrow crushed Goop devotees and sent lifestyle content machines into a panicked tailspin when she suggested she was stepping back from her lifestyle brand. “My dream is that one day no one will remember I had anythi...

    For those devastated that Paltrow has stepped back from her vagina steam-recommending lifestyle brand, Goop, fear not. She’s back with a one-day ‘wellness summit’ in Los Angeles.

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    Conspiracy theorist, radio talkshow host and Infowars.net founder Alex Jones (C) talks with a fan (L) as he walks up Elm Street past the spot where U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dealey Plaza in 1963 one day before commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the assassination in Dallas, November 21, 2013. Commemorations of the anniversary will be held Friday in Dallas, Washington and Boston.

    Alex Jones Admits to Cheating on Wife

    Alex Jones Admits to Cheating on Wife

    AUSTIN — George Soros super weed, Star Trek lizard people, and partial amnesia caused by a big bowl of Texas chili all made appearances as Alex Jones took the stand for the second day of testimony in the Infowars founder’s custody battle on Thursd...

    The InfoWars founder was cross-examined by his ex-wife’s attorney in court Thursday.

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    Perquita Burgess

    Bill O’Reilly Called Her ‘Hot Chocolate’

    Bill O’Reilly Called Her ‘Hot Chocolate’

    Judging by Thursday’s installment of The View—on which Fox News and Bill O’Reilly came in for devastating examination—the  fired cable news star’s troubles are far from over.The program featured the riveting testimony of one of O’Reilly’s heretofo...

    Bill O’Reilly’s latest sex harassment accuser, Perquita Burgess, claimed he called her ‘hot chocolate,’ and leered and grunted at her.

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    Gwyneth Paltrow attends the goop pop Dallas Launch Party in Highland Park Village on November 20, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.

    Next From Gwynnie: ‘Goop, the Summit’

    Next From Gwynnie: ‘Goop, the Summit’

    Less than a year ago, Gwyneth Paltrow crushed Goop devotees and sent lifestyle content machines into a panicked tailspin when she suggested she was stepping back from her lifestyle brand. “My dream is that one day no one will remember I had anythi...

    For those devastated that Paltrow has stepped back from her vagina steam-recommending lifestyle brand, Goop, fear not. She’s back with a one-day ‘wellness summit’ in Los Angeles.

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    McDonalds lawsuit

    McDonald’s Faces Graffiti Legal Threat

    McDonald’s Faces Graffiti Legal Threat

    Outside the art community, street art is still widely unrecognized as a legitimate artform protected by the same laws that protect fine art and music. But several recent lawsuits and a threat of legal action by street artists suggest that may be c...

    Six Brooklyn street artists are threatening legal action against the fast food chain, claiming it featured their work in a Dutch advertising campaign without their permission. 

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    Ex Fox Stars

    Ex-Fox Stars: ‘Minefield’ of Harassment

    Ex-Fox Stars: ‘Minefield’ of Harassment

    In the wake of Bill O’Reilly’s alleged serial sleaze finally ending his two-decade career at Fox News, several of the network’s former on-air stars have opened up about their own experience with the top-rated gasbag.Former frequent O’Reilly Factor...

    After O’Reilly’s ouster, ex-Fox Newsers Kirsten Powers, Margaret Hoover, and Alisyn Camerota—all currently at CNN—went public with their own horror stories of days past.

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    Meghan Markle ‘Accepted’ by Royal Family

    Meghan Markle ‘Accepted’ by Royal Family

    Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle is getting used to life in Kensington Palace, as speculation continues to swirl that she and Harry will announce an engagement later this year, and the Suits actress has been warmly welcomed into the royal f...

    With Meghan embraced and beloved by a new, calmer, more settled Harry, the path is clearing for the next royal wedding.

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    McDonalds lawsuit

    McDonald’s Faces Graffiti Legal Threat

    McDonald’s Faces Graffiti Legal Threat

    Outside the art community, street art is still widely unrecognized as a legitimate artform protected by the same laws that protect fine art and music. But several recent lawsuits and a threat of legal action by street artists suggest that may be c...

    Six Brooklyn street artists are threatening legal action against the fast food chain, claiming it featured their work in a Dutch advertising campaign without their permission. 

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