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    U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie waves to supporters after speaking at his primary election night party Nashua, New Hampshire, February 9, 2016.    REUTERS/Gretchen Ertl  - RTX269GF

    Christie Whacks White House Bid

    Christie Whacks White House Bid

    Chris Christie said he wasn’t going home. It was Sunday afternoon in Exeter, New Hampshire, outside Shooter’s Pub, where people were drinking before the Super Bowl. Christie was standing in front of a microphone and a few dozen members of the pres...

    Chris Christie said this week that there were no silver medals in politics and on Tuesday he barely got one for participation.

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    Stones: No ‘Sympathy’ for Trump

    Stones: No ‘Sympathy’ for Trump

    The Rolling Stones are the latest musical artists to say the Republican presidential frontrunner never asked their permission to blast their songs at campaign rallies.Whatever you may think of his authoritarian excesses, Donald Trump has arguably ...

    The Rolling Stones are the latest pop performers to say that Donald Trump never asked for their permission to use their songs at campaign rallies.

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    Supporters react as they wait for Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump at his 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary night rally in Manchester, New Hampshire February 9, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Bourg - RTX2696M

    Inside Trump’s Frat Boy Nirvana

    Inside Trump’s Frat Boy Nirvana

    MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — It was like an Oscar speech.First he thanked his parents, who he said he knew were looking down on him, “saying, ‘This is something very special,’” and then he thanked his remaining family members, many of whom were sur...

    Donald Trump’s supporters love winning almost as much as their golden-haired hero. Tuesday night was wingnut party night.

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    U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie waves to supporters after speaking at his primary election night party Nashua, New Hampshire, February 9, 2016.    REUTERS/Gretchen Ertl  - RTX269GF

    Christie Whacks White House Bid

    Christie Whacks White House Bid

    Chris Christie said he wasn’t going home. It was Sunday afternoon in Exeter, New Hampshire, outside Shooter’s Pub, where people were drinking before the Super Bowl. Christie was standing in front of a microphone and a few dozen members of the pres...

    Chris Christie said this week that there were no silver medals in politics and on Tuesday he barely got one for participation.

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    Team Crazy Wins the Sane State

    Team Crazy Wins the Sane State

    Team Crazy Wins the Sane State

    Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu is fond of saying “Iowa picks corn and New Hampshire picks presidents.” Let’s hope that he’s wrong this time, or America is headed for an apocalyptic “choice, not an echo” election.Celebrity demagogue Donald T...

    Trump and Bernie won big in supposedly centrist New Hampshire. But their populist protest candidacies will only deepen Washington’s division and dysfunction.

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    Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders smiles after winning at his 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary night rally in Concord, New Hampshire February 9, 2016.    REUTERS/Rick Wilking      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - RTX269E0

    Did Bernie Just Poison Hillary 2016?

    Did Bernie Just Poison Hillary 2016?

    CONCORD, New Hampshire — Hundreds of Bernie Sanders’s supporters packed into a high school gym here—after waiting outside in frigid temperatures to file through metal detectors one-by-one—to celebrate his big win. Meanwhile, about 20 miles away, a...

    Sanders didn’t just win in New Hampshire. He undermined Clinton’s campaign badly.

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    Entertainment

    Senator Bernie Sanders on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Wednesday February 10, 2016 on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS ©2016 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

    Colbert to Bernie: ‘Class Warfare?’

    Colbert to Bernie: ‘Class Warfare?’

    Bernie Sanders continued his New Hampshire victory lap Wednesday night by making his second appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. And while he was still a major underdog when he visited Stephen Colbert last September, this time he was ...

    Sanders stopped by Wednesday night for a victory lap during his second ‘Late Show’ appearance, where the host made him defend his ‘revolution.’

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    ‘Zoolander 2’: Killing Justin Bieber

    ‘Zoolander 2’: Killing Justin Bieber

    The biggest crisis to hit the celebrity world in Zoolander 2 is sparked by the catastrophe-heralding collision of two of the greatest forces in millennial pop culture, neither of which were household concepts when the first Zoolander opened in the...

    This comedy sequel is filled with A-list cameos and plenty of dead weight.

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    DMX’s Fall: From Hip-Hop to Near Death

    DMX’s Fall: From Hip-Hop to Near Death

    DMX was found unresponsive at a Ramada Inn parking lot in his native Yonkers, New York, this week after suffering a possible drug overdose. The growling rapper’s long history of addiction and arrests is as well-known as his music at this point—per...

    In 1998, DMX was the hottest rapper alive. This week, police resuscitated him after a possible overdose in a Ramada Inn parking lot. How the Ruff Ryder lost his way.

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    What Bill Maher ‘Loves’ About Trump

    What Bill Maher ‘Loves’ About Trump

    Bill Maher and Jimmy Kimmel were barely a minute into their interview Tuesday night when Donald Trump’s name somehow came up. “I always say, Donald Trump and I are a little like the detective and the serial killer,” Maher said. “You know, we’re no...

    As Donald Trump was locking down his New Hampshire primary win, Bill Maher was telling Jimmy Kimmel what he ‘loves’ about the unconventional candidate.

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    ‘Zoolander 2’: Killing Justin Bieber

    ‘Zoolander 2’: Killing Justin Bieber

    The biggest crisis to hit the celebrity world in Zoolander 2 is sparked by the catastrophe-heralding collision of two of the greatest forces in millennial pop culture, neither of which were household concepts when the first Zoolander opened in the...

    This comedy sequel is filled with A-list cameos and plenty of dead weight.

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    THE X-FILES: L-R: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The next mind-bending chapter of THE X-FILES debuts with a special two-night event beginning Sunday, Jan. 24 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/7:00-8:00 PM PT), following the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, and continuing with its time period premiere on Monday, Jan. 25 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT).  ©2015 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Frank Ockenfels/FOX

    For the Love of TV, Stop Making Reboots!

    For the Love of TV, Stop Making Reboots!

    Thanks to HBO, Showtime, Netflix, FX, Amazon, AMC, Hulu, and numerous other small-screen outlets, we’re now firmly ensconced in the age of “Peak TV,” a bountiful period of AAA-grade serialized dramas and comedies that have made “binge-watching” a ...

    TV remakes are the enemy of surprise, the adversary of originality, the poison in the well of true inspiration. When there’s so much good stuff to watch, why dwell in the past?

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    SANTA CLARA, CA - FEBRUARY 07:  Beyonce performs onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Matt Cowan/Getty Images),Football: Super Bowl 50: Celebrity singer Beyonce performing during halftime show of Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers game at Levi's Stadium.
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    Beyoncé’s Black Lives Matter Triumph

    Beyoncé’s Black Lives Matter Triumph

    It’s becoming a tradition that the Super Bowl halftime show generates orders of magnitude more discussion than the game itself; this year, thankfully, there was something more substantive to discuss than the unknown identity of a surprisingly unco...

    When it comes to taking a political stance, Beyoncé is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t. But in standing up for Black Lives Matter, she’s outsmarted the media’s trap.

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    Kanye West accepts the Video Vanguard Award at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, August 30, 2015.  REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - RTX1QCCZ

    Kanye West: Bill Cosby Is ‘Innocent’

    Kanye West: Bill Cosby Is ‘Innocent’

    According to Kanye West, Bill Cosby is not responsible for drugging and raping dozens of women. The rapper capped off a series of Tweets Tuesday evening with this three-word, all-caps explosive that racked up 15,000 retweets in less than 30 minute...

    With two days to go before his scheduled album release, Kanye West may have finally lost his mind.

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    THE X-FILES: L-R: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The next mind-bending chapter of THE X-FILES debuts with a special two-night event beginning Sunday, Jan. 24 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/7:00-8:00 PM PT), following the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, and continuing with its time period premiere on Monday, Jan. 25 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT).  ©2015 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Frank Ockenfels/FOX

    For the Love of TV, Stop Making Reboots!

    For the Love of TV, Stop Making Reboots!

    Thanks to HBO, Showtime, Netflix, FX, Amazon, AMC, Hulu, and numerous other small-screen outlets, we’re now firmly ensconced in the age of “Peak TV,” a bountiful period of AAA-grade serialized dramas and comedies that have made “binge-watching” a ...

    TV remakes are the enemy of surprise, the adversary of originality, the poison in the well of true inspiration. When there’s so much good stuff to watch, why dwell in the past?

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    World News

    Designer Waris Ahluwalia attends the Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring/Summer 2013 collection during New York Fashion Week September 10, 2012. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: FASHION ENTERTAINMENT) - RTR37SZF

    Turban-Banned Sikh Actor Flies Home

    Turban-Banned Sikh Actor Flies Home

    Waris Ahluwalia, the 41-year-old Sikh actor and designer banned from flying home to New York from Mexico City on an Aeroméxico flight after he refused to remove his turban, wants “clear and concise guidelines” to be issued for the TSA and airlines...

    Aeroméxico banned the actor and designer from flying after he refused to remove his turban in public. Now the airline has apologized and promised to educate its staff.

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    A Syrian man stands amidst the rubble of the Othman mosque, in Syria's eastern town of Deir Ezzor, on July 24, 2013. The Syrian regime and rebels fighting to topple it have accused each other of using chemical weapons in the drawn-out conflict which has seen more than 100,000 people killed.

    Where 200,000 Syrians Are Starving

    Where 200,000 Syrians Are Starving

    Deir Ezzor, a once relatively prosperous city of more than 300,000 people, is modern-day Syria in a microcosm. When anti-government protests broke out in 2011, the government sent in tanks. When rebels occupied the city, the ideals of those who pr...

    As ISIS, Assad, and Russia battle over Deir Ezzor, women and children pay the price.

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    A prostitute waits for clients in a street of the French southeastern city of Nice, on September 5, 2015.  AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE        (Photo credit should read VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

    Terror Crackdown Hits French Prostitutes

    Terror Crackdown Hits French Prostitutes

    PARIS — Racial profiling, arbitrary house arrests, detentions, and deportation threats—they’re all too common in France these days as part of the “state of emergency” declared to fight terrorists. But they’ve been familiar to France's sex wor...

    Sex workers are protesting against the extension of the state of emergency imposed after Nov. 13.

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    American ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller is dead, the aid worker's family and the White House have stated. The announcement came four days after ISIS claimed the 26-year-old Arizona native had been killed by a coalition airstrike in Syria. 'We are heartbroken to share that we've received confirmation that Kayla Jean Mueller, has lost her life,' Mueller's parents, Carl and Marsha, and brother Eric, said in a statement. 'We are so proud of the person Kayla was and the work that she did while she was here with us. She lived with purpose, and we will work every day to honor her legacy.' Pictured: May 30, 2013 - Prescott, Arizona, U.S. - (File) KAYLA MUELLER works for Support to Life in Turkey and spoke to the Prescott Kiwanis Club about the situation in Syria and efforts to build a second camp for Syrian refugees in Turkey. (Credit Image: © Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier/ZUMAPRESS.com)

    ISIS Widow Charged in American’s Death

    ISIS Widow Charged in American’s Death

    The Justice Department filed charges Monday against the wife of a dead ISIS commander, alleging that she was part of a conspiracy that resulted in the death of Kayla Mueller, a 26-year-old American aid worker who was kidnapped by ISIS in Syria.But...

    The Justice Department alleged Umm Sayyaf helped keep Kayla Mueller hostage in Syria before she died under mysterious circumstances.

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    A Syrian man stands amidst the rubble of the Othman mosque, in Syria's eastern town of Deir Ezzor, on July 24, 2013. The Syrian regime and rebels fighting to topple it have accused each other of using chemical weapons in the drawn-out conflict which has seen more than 100,000 people killed.

    Where 200,000 Syrians Are Starving

    Where 200,000 Syrians Are Starving

    Deir Ezzor, a once relatively prosperous city of more than 300,000 people, is modern-day Syria in a microcosm. When anti-government protests broke out in 2011, the government sent in tanks. When rebels occupied the city, the ideals of those who pr...

    As ISIS, Assad, and Russia battle over Deir Ezzor, women and children pay the price.

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    U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands during a bilateral meeting with Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington February 4, 2016.      REUTERS/Joshua Roberts - RTX25I4C

    How Not to Blow Peace in Colombia

    How Not to Blow Peace in Colombia

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and President Barack Obama met at the White House last week to celebrate 15 years of Plan Colombia and in anticipation of a peace deal with Colombia’s largest insurgent group, the FARC, that could be signed b...

    After half a century of war, is it possible the killing will end? This is the best chance there’s been, but the world—and the U.S. Congress—will have to help.

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    Members of the Chinese community perform a lion dance as they celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Monkey in Kolkata on February 8, 2016.

    Global Parties Welcome Lunar New Year

    Global Parties Welcome Lunar New Year

    From Beijing to Brussels to Manhattan, cities around the world use parades, parties, fireworks, and even underwater festivities to mark the new Lunar New Year.

    From Beijing to Brussels to Manhattan, cities around the world use parades, parties, fireworks, and even underwater festivities to mark the new Lunar New Year.

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    North Korea Missile

    North Korea’s Missile Could Hit U.S.

    North Korea’s Missile Could Hit U.S.

    On Sunday, North Korea completed its second-in-a-row successful test of a three-stage launcher, showing the regime’s mastery of an especially complex technology.Pyongyang claims it put an earth observation satellite—the Kwangmyongsong-4—in a polar...

    The launch on Sunday is another sign of Pyongyang’s growing threat, and the impotence of U.S. and global efforts to stop it.

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    U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands during a bilateral meeting with Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington February 4, 2016.      REUTERS/Joshua Roberts - RTX25I4C

    How Not to Blow Peace in Colombia

    How Not to Blow Peace in Colombia

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and President Barack Obama met at the White House last week to celebrate 15 years of Plan Colombia and in anticipation of a peace deal with Colombia’s largest insurgent group, the FARC, that could be signed b...

    After half a century of war, is it possible the killing will end? This is the best chance there’s been, but the world—and the U.S. Congress—will have to help.

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    U.S. News

    Houston Couple Forces Nanny into Slavery

    Houston Duo Forced Nanny Into ‘Slavery’

    Houston Duo Forced Nanny Into ‘Slavery’

    They called her “the idiot.”For two years, a 38-year-old nanny wasn’t allowed to wash her hair, take hot baths, or eat anything but leftover scraps, according to federal prosecutors. If her bosses didn’t like how she dressed their children, she wa...

    The 38-year-old au pair from Nigeria was barred from taking hot baths or eating anything but leftover scraps, according to federal prosecutors.

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    Serial Foot Stomper Targets Texas Women

    Serial Foot Stomper Targets Texas Women

    An unknown assailant is taking his foot fetish into an even darker place, and is getting all 50 Shades of Grey with strange women’s toes in Austin, Texas. His MO is to ride up to an unsuspecting female on his bike, give their toes a quick stamp, a...

    Toe trashing hooligan remains at large.

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    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally at Plymouth State University, February 7, 2016, in Plymouth, New Hampshire.  / AFP / DOMINICK REUTER        (Photo credit should read DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images)

    Gun Dealer Shoots Straight on Trump

    Gun Dealer Shoots Straight on Trump

    After a campaign appearance with cops in New Hampshire, the presidential candidate once known as himself boarded his private plane for home.Donald Trump happened to arrive in New York shortly after two NYPD officers were shot, one in the face, the...

    The Donald once said he hated the ‘concept of guns,’ but now he apparently loves them. One firearms salesman has seen Trump take a wrecking ball to his own words before.

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    Houston Couple Forces Nanny into Slavery

    Houston Duo Forced Nanny Into ‘Slavery’

    Houston Duo Forced Nanny Into ‘Slavery’

    They called her “the idiot.”For two years, a 38-year-old nanny wasn’t allowed to wash her hair, take hot baths, or eat anything but leftover scraps, according to federal prosecutors. If her bosses didn’t like how she dressed their children, she wa...

    The 38-year-old au pair from Nigeria was barred from taking hot baths or eating anything but leftover scraps, according to federal prosecutors.

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    Sheriff Covered Up Mormon Child Marriage

    Sheriff Covered Up Mormon Child Marriage

    When the Water Canyon School reopened in 2014, it was the first time in 13 years that students in Hildale, Utah, could attend a public school. The closure hadn’t been for lack of children in the town, though. Hildale is one-half of a religious com...

    Former FLDS leader Warren Jeffs is in jail for taking two young girls as spiritual brides—and the sordid practice has continued after his arrest, according to local police.

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    A customer reads a sign posted on the door of a Chipotle Mexican Grill in New York February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid - RTX260YO

    Chipotle Says Sorry, Moe’s Celebrates

    Chipotle Says Sorry, Moe’s Celebrates

    For four glorious hours, Moe’s Southwest Grill was the burrito king. While every Chipotle in the country closed its doors Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a company-wide food safety meeting in response to its recent E. coli outbreaks, the smaller...

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    Tech + Health

    Aparna Nancherla

    A Comedy Podcast About...Depression?

    A Comedy Podcast About...Depression?

    The Blue Woman Group, a new comedy podcast about depression, opens with a meditation—well, sort of. Led by comedians Aparna Nancherla and Jacqueline Novak, it’s a mix of deep breathing and humorous banter that proves self-reflection doesn’t need t...

    A new podcast led by comedians shines light on depression in a unique and intimate way.

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    India Rejects Facebook’s ‘Free’ Internet

    India Rejects Facebook’s ‘Free’ Internet

    Facebook has been trying to sell its idea of free Internet to India for a year. On Monday, India turned it down—but Mark Zuckerberg is not taking no for an answer.In a press release Monday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) announce...

    Facebook says Free Basics is philanthropic. Critics says it’s an ‘evil’ way to get more Facebook users.

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    Serial Foot Stomper Targets Texas Women

    Serial Foot Stomper Targets Texas Women

    An unknown assailant is taking his foot fetish into an even darker place, and is getting all 50 Shades of Grey with strange women’s toes in Austin, Texas. His MO is to ride up to an unsuspecting female on his bike, give their toes a quick stamp, a...

    Toe trashing hooligan remains at large.

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    An employee of the muncipality of Chacao fumigates a classroom of a school during efforts to prevent the possible spread of the Zika virus in the country, in Caracas, Venezuela, 05 February 2016.

    Is the Zika Panic Overblown?

    Is the Zika Panic Overblown?

    “As an infection, Zika is generally a relatively mild—in fact—inconsequential infection,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Health, told reporters at the White House on Monday.It was a surprising way to describe the mosquito...

    With headlines about birth defects and canceling the Olympics, it’s easy to see why Zika hysteria is raging. But fear about the virus is highly exaggerated.

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    India Rejects Facebook’s ‘Free’ Internet

    India Rejects Facebook’s ‘Free’ Internet

    Facebook has been trying to sell its idea of free Internet to India for a year. On Monday, India turned it down—but Mark Zuckerberg is not taking no for an answer.In a press release Monday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) announce...

    Facebook says Free Basics is philanthropic. Critics says it’s an ‘evil’ way to get more Facebook users.

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    PICTURED: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER in Pumping Iron

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Greetings New Year’s Gym “Resolutionaries”—welcome to February! I’m as surprised as you are that you’re still here.Congratulations on sticking it out for a full month—an achievement that, judging by the suddenly unoccupied treadmills and elliptica...

    Congratulations to January’s gym newbies, still sticking to their routines. But to become a true regular requires sensitivity and politesse.

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    Trading Drugs for a Food Addiction

    Trading Drugs for a Food Addiction

    “Basically, my story is one addiction to another,” said Marissa, 25, who chose not to use her real name for this story.“I was an opiate and heroin addict and when I finally got clean, food was the next addiction to come into my life. I probably al...

    Marissa kicked heroin, but picked up another addiction in the process: food.

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    A customer reads a sign posted on the door of a Chipotle Mexican Grill in New York February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid - RTX260YO

    Chipotle Says Sorry, Moe’s Celebrates

    Chipotle Says Sorry, Moe’s Celebrates

    For four glorious hours, Moe’s Southwest Grill was the burrito king. While every Chipotle in the country closed its doors Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a company-wide food safety meeting in response to its recent E. coli outbreaks, the smaller...

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    PICTURED: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER in Pumping Iron

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Greetings New Year’s Gym “Resolutionaries”—welcome to February! I’m as surprised as you are that you’re still here.Congratulations on sticking it out for a full month—an achievement that, judging by the suddenly unoccupied treadmills and elliptica...

    Congratulations to January’s gym newbies, still sticking to their routines. But to become a true regular requires sensitivity and politesse.

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    BeastStyle

    A model presents a creation by Enric Marti during the 080 Barcelona Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 fashion week in Barcelona on February 5, 2016.   AFP PHOTO/ PAU BARRENA / AFP / PAU BARRENA        (Photo credit should read PAU BARRENA/AFP/Getty Images)

    Fashion Week’s Designer Exodus

    Fashion Week’s Designer Exodus

    The winds of change assailing Planet Fashion have turned into gale-force: New York Fashion Week officially kicks off Wednesday, and this may just be the final one that follows the timing and format developed over the last few decades. Last week, B...

    Designers including big names like Tom Ford are not showing at New York Fashion Week. Economically, they argue, these theatrical circuses can be more harmful than beneficial.

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    PICTURED: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER in Pumping Iron

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Greetings New Year’s Gym “Resolutionaries”—welcome to February! I’m as surprised as you are that you’re still here.Congratulations on sticking it out for a full month—an achievement that, judging by the suddenly unoccupied treadmills and elliptica...

    Congratulations to January’s gym newbies, still sticking to their routines. But to become a true regular requires sensitivity and politesse.

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    Lady Gaga sings the American National Anthem prior to the start of Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, February 7, 2016. / AFP / TIMOTHY A. CLARY        (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

    How Lady Gaga Saved The Pantsuit

    How Lady Gaga Saved The Pantsuit

    Few would have guessed that Lady Gaga—she of bubble wrap coats and raw meat dresses —would wear a traditional women’s pantsuit while performing the national anthem at Sunday’s Super Bowl.Of course, this wasn’t just a pantsuit: It was a shimmering ...

    Hillary Clinton makes gentle fun of herself wearing them, and the pantsuit has certainly come a long way since St. Laurent’s ‘Le Smoking’—Gaga revolutionized it again at the Super Bowl.

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    THE BACHELOR/THE BACHELORETTE - Chris Harrison is the host of the ABC Television Network's "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" series. (ABC/Craig Sjodin)

    ‘The Bachelor’ King: I Want to Find Love

    ‘The Bachelor’ King: I Want to Find Love

    Chris Harrison, the longtime host of the most famous dating reality show on the planet, is waiting for someone to set him up.“I wait for people like you to say, ‘Oh my gosh, I have the greatest person,’” he tells me when I ask how someone so accus...

    He presides over TV’s top dating show, and—like its contestants—Chris Harrison is searching for a soulmate. He also insists the show hasn’t got a race problem.

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    PICTURED: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER in Pumping Iron

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Stop Looking Like a Fool at the Gym

    Greetings New Year’s Gym “Resolutionaries”—welcome to February! I’m as surprised as you are that you’re still here.Congratulations on sticking it out for a full month—an achievement that, judging by the suddenly unoccupied treadmills and elliptica...

    Congratulations to January’s gym newbies, still sticking to their routines. But to become a true regular requires sensitivity and politesse.

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    Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz

    Did the Smithsonian Buy His Fake Art?

    Did the Smithsonian Buy His Fake Art?

    What a difference a decade makes.In a 2006 review of an art forger’s tell-all tale on Amazon, Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz—who today stands accused of such crimes himself—lambasted the author for his “incessant blaming of eBay for ‘allowing’ him to comm...

    A Michigan-based art dealer was charged with selling dozens of fake works by American masters to unsuspecting buyers. Was the Smithsonian also duped by his alleged fraud?

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    Downton Abbey
Part Six - Sunday,  February 7, 2016 at 9pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS

The hospital war reaches a climax. Violet goes on the warpath. Daisy tries to foil a romance.Prospects are looking up for Mary and Edith. Thomas feels trapped.
 
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    Judgment Day at ‘Downton Abbey’

    Judgment Day at ‘Downton Abbey’

    The public was about to come knocking at Downton Abbey’s imposing front door, and those that were open to the idea versus those that were not traversed upstairs and downstairs lines, and pretty much accorded to character.The gruff ones who liked o...

    This week, Mary and Edith kissed their new beaus, the public arrived to gawp at the aristos, and the Dowager Countess was deposed. Everyone, hide.

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    The 200-Year-Old Law Ruining Your Sunday

    The Ancient Laws Ruining Your Sunday

    The Ancient Laws Ruining Your Sunday

    The Internet was buzz in the past week because of “The United States of Crazy Laws,” an Olivet Nazarene study charting the bizarre legislation still in place across the land of the free. Many of these regulations seem bizarre—in Arizona it is ille...

    So many of the laws and rules governing our lives seem so arbitrary. Where did they come from?

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    Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz

    Did the Smithsonian Buy His Fake Art?

    Did the Smithsonian Buy His Fake Art?

    What a difference a decade makes.In a 2006 review of an art forger’s tell-all tale on Amazon, Eric Ian Hornak Spoutz—who today stands accused of such crimes himself—lambasted the author for his “incessant blaming of eBay for ‘allowing’ him to comm...

    A Michigan-based art dealer was charged with selling dozens of fake works by American masters to unsuspecting buyers. Was the Smithsonian also duped by his alleged fraud?

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    Video

    A supporter of US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds a campaign poster and a US flag as he arrives for primary night rally in Concord, New Hampshire, on February 9, 2016. / AFP / Jewel Samad        (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

    Candidates Are Using Your Online Data

    Candidates Are Using Your Online Data

    Presidential candidates are targeting campaign ads depending on your online habits.

    Marco Rubio Wants to Be Your Bae

    Marco Rubio Wants to Be Your Bae

    The campaign trail is littered with desperate attempts to garner millennial support. Hillary Clinton dabbing on Ellen, Rand Paul’s #StandWithRand photo app, and the latest effort, the Rubio campaign’s RU(BAE)O T-shirts.Do people really want Rubio ...

    Video asks Rubio supporters if they would call the presidential candidate bae.

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    US' Max Holloway and Sweden's Akira Corassani (R) fight in the ring during the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night at the Globe Arena in Stockholm on October 4, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND        (Photo credit should read JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images)

    UFC Fighter’s Jaw Breaks in the Ring

    UFC Fighter’s Jaw Breaks in the Ring

    Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is widely considered one of the fastest-growing sports in America. However, its extreme violence often poses an ethical dilemma for regulators. For example, the UFC is engaged in a lawsuit against New York to overturn a st...

    Alex Nicholson’s first time in the ring didn’t go so well.

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    Michelle Obama’s Not Into Politics. Yet.

    Michelle Obama’s Not Into Politics. Yet.

    During President Obama’s traditional pre-Super Bowl interview he was joined by the first lady, who fielded some questions herself. Asked by CBS’s Gayle King if she was inspired to get into politics by Hillary Clinton’s current White House bid, she...

    Doesn’t want to be next Hillary.

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    Marco Rubio Wants to Be Your Bae

    Marco Rubio Wants to Be Your Bae

    The campaign trail is littered with desperate attempts to garner millennial support. Hillary Clinton dabbing on Ellen, Rand Paul’s #StandWithRand photo app, and the latest effort, the Rubio campaign’s RU(BAE)O T-shirts.Do people really want Rubio ...

    Video asks Rubio supporters if they would call the presidential candidate bae.

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    New Tarantula Named For Johnny Cash

    New Tarantula Named For Johnny Cash

    Country legend Johnny Cash has been immortalized in many ways, but this is a new one: Scientists have named a new species of black spider after him, the Aphonopelma johnnycashi.Discovered in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the r...

    Joins web of celebs with namesake arachnids.

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

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

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

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

    New Tarantula Named For Johnny Cash

    New Tarantula Named For Johnny Cash

    Country legend Johnny Cash has been immortalized in many ways, but this is a new one: Scientists have named a new species of black spider after him, the Aphonopelma johnnycashi.Discovered in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the r...

    Joins web of celebs with namesake arachnids.

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