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    Senate Dems Criticize Trump-Russia Probe

    Senate Dems Criticize Trump-Russia Probe

    Spurred by a Daily Beast report pointing out the deficiencies of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into possible ties between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign, Democratic members of the committee began openly criticizing ...

    The Senate Intelligence Committee has not conducted any interviews with figures in President Trump’s orbit, or begun looking into possible Trump-Russia ties.

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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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    Former U.S. President Barack Obama visits with youth leaders at the University of Chicago to help promote community organizing on April 24, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The visit marks Obama's first formal public appearance since leaving office.

    No-Drama Obama’s All-Too-Cool Return

    No-Drama Obama’s All-Too-Cool Return

    Well, if you were thinking that Barack Obama was going to come out in his first public post-presidential appearance Monday and start throwing partisan haymakers, you were mistaken. What was billed—or at least described as, in the account I read Mo...

    Yes, the former president needs to pick his spots carefully. But that means that he needs to start taking some shots.

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    Russia Probe

    Senate Dems Criticize Trump-Russia Probe

    Senate Dems Criticize Trump-Russia Probe

    Spurred by a Daily Beast report pointing out the deficiencies of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into possible ties between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign, Democratic members of the committee began openly criticizing ...

    The Senate Intelligence Committee has not conducted any interviews with figures in President Trump’s orbit, or begun looking into possible Trump-Russia ties.

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    James Comey’s Fear of a GOP Planet

    James Comey’s Fear of a GOP Planet

    Everyone spent the weekend talking about the big New York Times James Comey piece, an informative (and infuriating) tick-tock about what was going through the FBI director’s head last year as he said what he said about Hillary Clinton—and didn’t s...

    Comey thought a lot about the rabid Republican zealots he could offend by doing his job and enforcing the law, and not at all about the Democrats he trusted would be docile and play ...

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    How Stone’s Rules Made Trump’s America

    How Stone’s Rules Made Trump’s America

    “I revel in your hatred,” a top-hat-wearing, bespectacled Roger Stone says at one point near the end of the excellent new documentary, Get Me Roger Stone, premiering at Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday before its May 12 Netflix release. “Because if...

    Long before the Donald himself knew it, the GOP’s dirty trickster knew Trump was a ‘prime piece of political horseflesh,’ according to a new documentary.

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    Entertainment

    Beyoncé launches formation scholarship

    Beyoncé Launches ‘Formation’ Scholarship

    Beyoncé Launches ‘Formation’ Scholarship

    Who run the world? Girls! Also, Beyoncé. On the one-year anniversary of LEMONADE, Beyoncé, patriarchy slayer and future mother of twins, announced on her website that she will award scholarships to driven young female college students.Lucky women ...

    Looks like Queen Bey wants to expand her Beyhive.

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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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    JOANIE LOVES CHACHI, Erin Moran, Scott Baio, 1982-1983, © Paramount Television / Courtesy: Everett Collection

    Ex-Child Stars Tried To Save ‘Joanie’

    Ex-Child Stars Tried To Save ‘Joanie’

    Erin Moran, the 56-year old actress best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on the television classic Happy Days, who was found dead at her mother’s trailer park home in Indiana on Saturday afternoon, had refused help from at least “half a dozen”...

    She was the epitome of a bright young thing as Joanie in ‘Happy Days’ but Erin Moran died alone in a trailer park this weekend. Former child stars tried to help her, an advocacy grou...

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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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    Actor Amber Heard poses at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - RTX2TP4P

    Elon Musk and Amber Heard: We Are Dating

    Elon Musk and Amber Heard: We Are Dating

    Once upon a time, you would have put an announcement in the newspaper.These days, a simultaneous social-media strike speaks more eloquently to the depth of your affection.Amber Heard and Elon Musk have confirmed to their millions of social-media f...

    They have played their cards close to their chests while rumors swirled, but now Amber Heard and Elon Musk have confirmed their relationship on social media.

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    Oliver: Ivanka Has Duped America

    Oliver: Ivanka Has Duped America

    On this week’s edition of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver dedicated his show’s main story to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner—who are “like America’s William and Kate, except in this case, both of them are attractive.”Oliver attempted to break d...

    The ‘Last Week Tonight’ host attempted to demystify the president’s two favorite people, who are often credited as good influences on Trump based on little evidence.

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    The Art of Writing About Death

    The Art of Writing About Death

    Obit opens with the sight of The New York Times obituary reporter Bruce Weber (who’s since retired) on the phone with a source, asking for key details regarding a deceased person about whom he’s writing. It’s a predictable list of items: full birt...

    A fascinating new documentary shines a light on the New York Times obituary desk, and how its work reveals crucial truths about our society and culture.

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    Actor Amber Heard poses at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - RTX2TP4P

    Elon Musk and Amber Heard: We Are Dating

    Elon Musk and Amber Heard: We Are Dating

    Once upon a time, you would have put an announcement in the newspaper.These days, a simultaneous social-media strike speaks more eloquently to the depth of your affection.Amber Heard and Elon Musk have confirmed to their millions of social-media f...

    They have played their cards close to their chests while rumors swirled, but now Amber Heard and Elon Musk have confirmed their relationship on social media.

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    World News

    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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    Guatemala Mexico Corruption

    Mexico’s Most Wanted Corrupt Governor

    Mexico’s Most Wanted Corrupt Governor

    TIJUANA, Mexico—“I’m good, thanks,” said Mexico’s worst living former governor at his extradition hearing on Wednesday, when asked by a Guatemalan judge if he wanted the Mexican embassy to be informed of his arrest.“From what I understand, Mexico ...

    Javier Duarte was nabbed in Guatemala after allegedly stealing billions from Veracruz, where scores of journalists were murdered under his watch. But questions about his arrest remain.

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    Assange

    The Trumpkins Turn on Assange

    The Trumpkins Turn on Assange

    There is no one more zealous than a convert.CIA Director Mike Pompeo previously welcomed WikiLeaks’ disclosures about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee when these proved helpful to the Republican nominee. Now he has experienced...

    The albinoid antipodean publisher of Wikileaks served the Russians and the Trump campaign well. Now? He's expendable.

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    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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    Guatemala Mexico Corruption

    Mexico’s Most Wanted Corrupt Governor

    Mexico’s Most Wanted Corrupt Governor

    TIJUANA, Mexico—“I’m good, thanks,” said Mexico’s worst living former governor at his extradition hearing on Wednesday, when asked by a Guatemalan judge if he wanted the Mexican embassy to be informed of his arrest.“From what I understand, Mexico ...

    Javier Duarte was nabbed in Guatemala after allegedly stealing billions from Veracruz, where scores of journalists were murdered under his watch. But questions about his arrest remain.

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    U.S.

    Infowars

    Big Yogurt Tries to Take Down InfoWars

    Big Yogurt Tries to Take Down InfoWars

    As Greek yogurt giant Chobani filed a lawsuit Monday against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the Infowars founder entered Day 6 of the custody trial that threatens to expose his on-air persona as a sham.The lawsuit filed in Idaho District Court in...

    As Alex Jones’s father took the stand to tell an Austin court that he would like his grandchildren to be exposed to ‘99 percent of the material on InfoWars,’ yogurt company Chobani s...

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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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    Boone County Detention Center

    Trump Supporter Arrested for Sex Crime

    Trump Supporter Arrested for Sex Crime

    A former Kentucky judge who served as a local chair for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was arrested Friday on sex trafficking charges.Tim Nolan, 70, was charged with human trafficking and unlawful transaction with a minor, according to a pre...

    A local chairman for the president’s campaign in Kentucky has been charged with several crimes related to a minor.

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    Infowars

    Big Yogurt Tries to Take Down InfoWars

    Big Yogurt Tries to Take Down InfoWars

    As Greek yogurt giant Chobani filed a lawsuit Monday against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the Infowars founder entered Day 6 of the custody trial that threatens to expose his on-air persona as a sham.The lawsuit filed in Idaho District Court in...

    As Alex Jones’s father took the stand to tell an Austin court that he would like his grandchildren to be exposed to ‘99 percent of the material on InfoWars,’ yogurt company Chobani s...

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    U.S. President Barack Obama smiles at someone in the audience as he takes the stage to deliver remarks at a 'Champions of Change' event to highlight middle class economic issues on the White House campus in Washington April 16, 2015.

    Internet to President Obama: WE MISS YOU

    Internet to President Obama: WE MISS YOU

    It has been just about 100 days of President Donald Trump, and some people are at their wits end. So when former President Obama spoke at the University of Chicago on Monday, the Internet was reminded of what they lost.

    Former President Barack Obama spoke at the University of Chicago Monday, and the Internet is having all the feels.

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    Can Rudy Free Alleged Iran Crook?

    Can Rudy Free Alleged Iran Crook?

    Even as President Donald Trump says Iran is “not living up to the spirit” of its nuclear deal, his friend Rudy Giuliani— formerly a harsh critic of the mullahs — is working to bypass the Justice Department and cut a deal for a Turkish gold trader ...

    A judge wants to know more about the work of President Trump’s pals to get U.S. charges dropped against a Turkish gold trader charged with helping Tehran dodge sanctions.

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    Tech

    Why Robots Are Stealing Your Concert Tix

    Why Robots Are Stealing Your Concert Tix

    Why Robots Are Stealing Your Concert Tix

    When Brooklyn-based dance-punk band LCD Soundsystem was formed in 2002, the internet was less than 10 years old, and StubHub had been around for two years. Napster was still in the early stages of turning the music business upside down, and bands ...

    From ‘Hamilton’ to LCD Soundsystem, online ticket purveyors are in an industry-wide war with bots that flip their wares for a massive profit.

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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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    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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    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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    Marsha Blackburn

    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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    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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    Robot

    Why Humans Love Robots Like People

    Why Humans Love Robots Like People

    Humans are strange creatures. We sleepwalk, pick our noses, and name our cars. Some of us like black licorice and some of us are afraid of cotton balls. Of all our idiosyncratic tendencies, our attachment to things—blankets, stuffed animals, toys,...

    Soldiers refuse to leave war-zone robots behind; people feel pain when asked to torture small mechanized animals. Why do we get so attached to our droids?

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    Marsha Blackburn

    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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    Arts + Culture

    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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    Annie Baker’s World of Unseen Horrors

    Annie Baker’s World of Unseen Horrors

    The mysterious and esoteric are part of Annie Baker’s everyday. In her last play, John, what seemed like a stay at a cozy bed and breakfast turned into a darker and altogether stranger ghost story. In The Flick, Baker’s play which won the Pulitzer...

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright returns with perhaps her most mysterious play yet—about an endless office meeting taken up with storytelling.

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    Summer of Love

    1967: The Summer of Love

    1967: The Summer of Love

    Acclaimed journalist Harvey Kubernik explores the summer that defined an era through the lens of rock 'n' roll.

    Acclaimed journalist Harvey Kubernik explores the summer that defined an era through the lens of rock 'n' roll.

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    Caligula

    Where Is Caligula’s Sunken Orgy Ship?

    Where Is Caligula’s Sunken Orgy Ship?

    The legend was passed down from generation to generation. One can imagine it was the type of story that was relished by listeners and raconteurs alike, given the salacious tales of ancients behaving badly and the shimmering possibility of a rich d...

    Wild tales of sex, affairs, and murder are associated with Roman emperor Caligula’s grand ships. Two vessels have been discovered in Italy’s Lake Nemi—and there may be a third.

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    Annie Baker’s World of Unseen Horrors

    Annie Baker’s World of Unseen Horrors

    The mysterious and esoteric are part of Annie Baker’s everyday. In her last play, John, what seemed like a stay at a cozy bed and breakfast turned into a darker and altogether stranger ghost story. In The Flick, Baker’s play which won the Pulitzer...

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright returns with perhaps her most mysterious play yet—about an endless office meeting taken up with storytelling.

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     A general view inside street artist Banksy's newly opened Walled Off Hotel in the Israeli occupied West Bank town of Bethlehem on March 4, 2017 in Bethlehem, West Bank.  Anonymous British street artist Banksy launched a hotel in occupied West Bank and next to Israels controversial separation wall in Bethlehem yesterday. The rooms of the hotel are also filled with the artist's work, much of which being about the conflict. The owners say it will be a functioning hotel along with being part art gallery and part political statement.

    Banksy’s Mysterious West Bank Hotel

    Banksy’s Mysterious West Bank Hotel

    BETHLEHEM, West Bank — Last week, small-scale clashes erupted across the West Bank in solidarity with hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails. The largest of these riots took place adjacent to the massive concrete barrier in Be...

    Irony and riots, puns, and prayers for peace make for a surreal experience in the shadow of Israel’s Great Wall.

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    LGBTQ Encyclopedia

    What the LGBT Encyclopedia Doesn’t Know

    What the LGBT Encyclopedia Doesn’t Know

    If you think there are too many letters in the ever-expanding LGBTQIA acronym, wait until you see how many pages there are in the LGBT encyclopedia.When I received a press release about the three-volume SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies receiving...

    Despite the wealth of information in a new LGBT ‘encyclopedia,’ what becomes clear is how much more study and research of LGBT life are needed.

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    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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     A general view inside street artist Banksy's newly opened Walled Off Hotel in the Israeli occupied West Bank town of Bethlehem on March 4, 2017 in Bethlehem, West Bank.  Anonymous British street artist Banksy launched a hotel in occupied West Bank and next to Israels controversial separation wall in Bethlehem yesterday. The rooms of the hotel are also filled with the artist's work, much of which being about the conflict. The owners say it will be a functioning hotel along with being part art gallery and part political statement.

    Banksy’s Mysterious West Bank Hotel

    Banksy’s Mysterious West Bank Hotel

    BETHLEHEM, West Bank — Last week, small-scale clashes erupted across the West Bank in solidarity with hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails. The largest of these riots took place adjacent to the massive concrete barrier in Be...

    Irony and riots, puns, and prayers for peace make for a surreal experience in the shadow of Israel’s Great Wall.

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