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    Bill's 'Bimbos' Flock to Team Trump

    Bill’s ‘Bimbos’ Flock to Team Trump

    Bill’s ‘Bimbos’ Flock to Team Trump

    As Donald Trump descended from his podium at a rally in Arkansas last week, a familiar scene of screaming fans met him with requests for autographs and selfies. Everything was gaudy in a typically Trumpian way but for the presence of one person in...

    Political consultant and ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone built a career smearing his foes. And now he’s re-surfacing some of the most troubling allegations from Clinton’s past.

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    Cruz Abandons God (In New Hampshire)

    Cruz Abandons God (in New Hampshire)

    Cruz Abandons God (in New Hampshire)

    MANCHESTER, N.H. — Ted Cruz is talking a lot less about Jesus.The Texas senator spent the last full day before the New Hampshire primaries making a disjointed and largely God-free pitch to Granite State voters—emphasizing his devotion to fiscal re...

    Ted Cruz holy-rolled his way into an Iowa victory. In New Hampshire—where few wear their faith on their sleeve—not so much.

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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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    Bill's 'Bimbos' Flock to Team Trump

    Bill’s ‘Bimbos’ Flock to Team Trump

    Bill’s ‘Bimbos’ Flock to Team Trump

    As Donald Trump descended from his podium at a rally in Arkansas last week, a familiar scene of screaming fans met him with requests for autographs and selfies. Everything was gaudy in a typically Trumpian way but for the presence of one person in...

    Political consultant and ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone built a career smearing his foes. And now he’s re-surfacing some of the most troubling allegations from Clinton’s past.

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    Marco Rubio V Chris Christie

    Christie Gloats After Rubio Knockout

    Christie Gloats After Rubio Knockout

    HAMPTON, New Hampshire — A woman in the crowd had a question, so a volunteer brought her the microphone.“You were on fire last night!” she said.Chris Christie greeted the “question” with a laugh. He wouldn’t “cool off,” he said, “until I beat Hill...

    The New Jersey guv did everything he could to turn his debate beat-down of Marco Rubio into political gold—while Rubio just tried to stay on his feet.

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    U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks to voters at a town hall campaign stop at the Hampton Academy in Hampton, New Hampshire February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton - RTX25V1P

    Christie Channeled Mike Tyson for Rubio

    Christie Channeled Mike Tyson for Rubio

    NASHUA, New Hampshire — It was close to 1 in the afternoon yesterday when John Kasich walked into the large lobby of Nashua Community College where a couple hundred people, some sitting on folding chairs, others just standing, had come to listen t...

    Hopping from campaign stop to campaign stop each candidate is selling something different. Christie, however, is still in a post-fight night glow.

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    Entertainment

    Daily Show Claps Back at Beyoncé Haters

    Daily Show Claps Back at Beyoncé Haters

    Jessica Williams just went HAM on Beyoncé’s haters. Following a day of predictable yet nonetheless depressing conservative backlash to Beyoncé’s #BlackLivesMatter-inspired Super Bowl halftime performance, The Daily Show’s Senior Beyoncé Correspond...

    There is no one better than The Daily Show’s Jessica Williams to put Beyoncé’s conservative critics in their place.

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    Elton John Belts Out Carpool Karaoke

    Elton John Belts Out Carpool Karaoke

    During James Corden’s special post-Super Bowl 50 special, Elton John became the latest musical superstar to have the Late Late Show’s “Carpool Karaoke” experience.The pair started with “Your Song” from 1970. “God, this is amazing,” John said he th...

    James Corden and Elton John = a match made in heaven.

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    Colbert’s Wild Post-Super Bowl Party

    Colbert’s Wild Post-Super Bowl Party

    With pigskin in hand, Stephen Colbert ran onto the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater Sunday night for his live post-Super Bowl show, and the nimble comic pulled out all the stops from the get-go. The Late Show host played a game of catch with astro...

    Tina Fey, Margot Robbie, Will Ferrell, Key and Peele, Megyn Kelly, Von Miller, and President Barack Obama all joined Colbert for a post-Super Bowl extravaganza Sunday night.

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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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    Elton John Belts Out Carpool Karaoke

    Elton John Belts Out Carpool Karaoke

    During James Corden’s special post-Super Bowl 50 special, Elton John became the latest musical superstar to have the Late Late Show’s “Carpool Karaoke” experience.The pair started with “Your Song” from 1970. “God, this is amazing,” John said he th...

    James Corden and Elton John = a match made in heaven.

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    (L-R) Beyonce, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

    A Halftime Show Not Even Bey Could Save

    A Halftime Show Not Even Bey Could Save

    Every year the Super Bowl Halftime Show has a theme.In 1969, at Super Bowl III, it was “America Thanks.” Super Bowl X in 1976 hosted “200 Years and Just a Baby: A Tribute to America’s Bicentennial.” The theme of Janet Jackson’s 2004 performance mi...

    Coldplay tried its best but it didn’t succeed. Beyoncé and Bruno Mars tried their damnedest to save it, but this year’s show only reminded us how much better it used to be.

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    Downton Abbey
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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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    Feb 7, 2016; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Recording artist Lady Gaga performs the national anthem before Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports - RTX25W0L

    Lady Gaga’s Super Gay National Anthem

    Lady Gaga’s Super Gay National Anthem

    Lady Gaga is my America.I just can’t believe that now it’s yours, too.Dressed mutedly—this is Lady Gaga, every thing is relative—in a shimmering red pantsuit, her eyelids beglittered to match, and her hair teased up to be closer to God (or closer ...

    Campy, theatrical, and queer-as-hell, Lady Gaga’s super gay, super patriotic ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ at the Super Bowl is a sign of the times. Of changing, acceptant times.

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    (L-R) Beyonce, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

    A Halftime Show Not Even Bey Could Save

    A Halftime Show Not Even Bey Could Save

    Every year the Super Bowl Halftime Show has a theme.In 1969, at Super Bowl III, it was “America Thanks.” Super Bowl X in 1976 hosted “200 Years and Just a Baby: A Tribute to America’s Bicentennial.” The theme of Janet Jackson’s 2004 performance mi...

    Coldplay tried its best but it didn’t succeed. Beyoncé and Bruno Mars tried their damnedest to save it, but this year’s show only reminded us how much better it used to be.

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    World News

    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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    Press TV Anchor Sexually Harassed by Boss for Years

    TV Director Harassed Anchor for Years

    TV Director Harassed Anchor for Years

    Originally published at IranWire. Press TV bosses, including news director Hamid Reza Emadi, sexually harassed former news anchor Sheena Shirani for years, the young female reporter revealed on Thursday, Feb. 4. Shirani made the information public...

    The victim, journalist Sheena Shirani, has fled Iran with her son.

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    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

    Revealed: Iran’s Top-Secret Nuclear Site

    Revealed: Iran’s Top-Secret Nuclear Site

    Newly released satellite images of Iran’s top-secret Parchin military complex reveal that even as Iran was working to negotiate a nuclear deal, it was apparently working to hide its atomic work of the past and hedge its bets for the future.Forecas...

    A series of images, taken from space, show furious construction at a key Iranian facility. Was it to hide nuclear weapons work?

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    The Secret World of North Korean Meth

    The Secret World of North Korean Meth

    The Secret World of North Korean Meth

    HONG KONG — China has a major meth problem. The drug can be a pick-up, a pastime, or something that builds trust—or addiction. It mostly comes from North Korea and it’s been flooding northeastern provinces for years. Domestic distribution networks...

    Despite shutdowns, crackdowns, and sanctions, Pyongyang’s methamphetamine is still flooding northeastern China.

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    Press TV Anchor Sexually Harassed by Boss for Years

    TV Director Harassed Anchor for Years

    TV Director Harassed Anchor for Years

    Originally published at IranWire. Press TV bosses, including news director Hamid Reza Emadi, sexually harassed former news anchor Sheena Shirani for years, the young female reporter revealed on Thursday, Feb. 4. Shirani made the information public...

    The victim, journalist Sheena Shirani, has fled Iran with her son.

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    El Salvador

    Sent Back To The Murder Capitol To Die

    Sent Back To The Murder Capitol To Die

    GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala — Where’s the line between political terror and the savagery of the cartels and gangs in Central America? For those who hope and pray for asylum in the United States, that’s a life-and-death question, because the U.S. dep...

    The United States helped create the cauldron of cartel and gang violence in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. But it turns its back on those trying to escape.

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    Yakuza getting into film industry

    The Yakuza Are Running Japan’s Hollywood

    The Yakuza Are Running Japan’s Hollywood

    TOKYO — Japan’s entertainment industry is infested with organized crime and despite crackdowns on “yakuza Hollywood” nothing much seems to change. For example, last month 10 comedians from the colossal Yoshimoto Kogyo talent agency were caught up ...

    The Japanese mob has been trying to dominate Japan’s talent agencies for years. Now one yakuza has stepped forward to tell the story.

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    A Free Syrian Army fighter takes cover during clashes with Syrian Army in the Salaheddine neighbourhood of central Aleppo August 7, 2012.

    Is This Game Over For Assad’s Enemies?

    Is This Game Over For Assad’s Enemies?

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could make his biggest gains in the country’s long civil war—and potentially tip its outcome in his favor in a matter of weeks—by wresting control of the city of Aleppo from opposition forces, two U.S. military off...

    If Aleppo falls, the Syrian war could quickly turn in President Bashar al-Assad’s favor—and spell the end for the rebel bid for freedom.

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    El Salvador

    Sent Back To The Murder Capitol To Die

    Sent Back To The Murder Capitol To Die

    GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala — Where’s the line between political terror and the savagery of the cartels and gangs in Central America? For those who hope and pray for asylum in the United States, that’s a life-and-death question, because the U.S. dep...

    The United States helped create the cauldron of cartel and gang violence in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. But it turns its back on those trying to escape.

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    U.S. News

    NYC Prison Guard Busted For Rape, Drugs

    NYC Prison Guard Busted For Rape, Drugs

    A New York City prison guard might soon find herself on the other side of the bars.Nicole Bartley, a corrections officer at New York’s Rikers Island facility, was charged on Sunday with raping a prisoner and conspiring to bring him marijuana. Bart...

    A Rikers Island corrections officer has been charged with raping an inmate and conspiring to bring him drugs—the latest in a long history of abuse by the city’s prison guards.

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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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    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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    NYC Prison Guard Busted For Rape, Drugs

    NYC Prison Guard Busted For Rape, Drugs

    A New York City prison guard might soon find herself on the other side of the bars.Nicole Bartley, a corrections officer at New York’s Rikers Island facility, was charged on Sunday with raping a prisoner and conspiring to bring him marijuana. Bart...

    A Rikers Island corrections officer has been charged with raping an inmate and conspiring to bring him drugs—the latest in a long history of abuse by the city’s prison guards.

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    This Is Why You Can't Afford a House

    This Is Why You Can’t Afford a House

    This Is Why You Can’t Afford a House

    There’s little argument that inequality, and the depressed prospects for the middle class, will be a dominant issue this year’s election. Yet the most powerful force shaping this reality—the rising cost of housing—has barely emerged as political i...

    The rising cost of housing is one of the greatest burdens on the American middle class. So why hasn’t it become a key issue in the presidential primaries?

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    Dec 6, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) celebrates a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the second half of a game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Panthers defeated the Saints 41-38.

    The Unapologetic Blackness of Cam Newton

    The Unapologetic Blackness of Cam Newton

    Cam Newton is also an incredibly gifted athlete with a level of on-field intellectual capital and physicality unmatched by any quarterback in the modern era. Delivering Charlotte a 15-1 regular season record and rocking the league with 45 touchdow...

    The Panthers’ QB isn’t concerned about the ‘respectability’ of it all. He is focused on winning and makes no apology for enjoying the fruits of his labor.

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    Tech + Health

    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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    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    When the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers in Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium this Sunday, it will be the first time a Super Bowl has occurred in a state with near-legal, readily available marijuana. True, California technically o...

    This Super Bowl is gonna be super baked.

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    Public Villainy and Martin Shrkeli, and why we love to hate villains

    The Public Hate Them And They Love It

    The Public Hate Them And They Love It

    As he sat and smirked in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Thursday, one thing was clear: Martin Shkreli does not care for one minute that many people—most people—may perceive him to be a bad guy. An asshole. Worse...

    When Martin Shkreli smirked and snarled at a House Committee, he proved himself to be a proud member of a small group—the very public, un-sorry villain.

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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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    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    Four Words, Dude: Super Bowl-Themed Weed

    When the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers in Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium this Sunday, it will be the first time a Super Bowl has occurred in a state with near-legal, readily available marijuana. True, California technically o...

    This Super Bowl is gonna be super baked.

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    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The U.S. military is developing—or at least trying to develop—skintight “smart” underwear that can sense a chemical or biological attack and instantly adapt in order to protect the wearer from contamination or infection.This “second skin” would co...

    The military’s ‘second skin’ would protect against chemical or biological attacks—but it has a long way to go.

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    We’re Not Ready to Live to 100

    We’re Not Ready to Live to 100

    Want to live to 100? Be careful what you wish for. It could happen in the next generation, so you’ll have to figure out what to do with that extra time.A recent study from the Mayo Clinic was widely covered the last few days, touting a new breakth...

    Living longer means making changes to how society functions. We need to get ready.

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    Sueli Maria (obscured) holds her daughter Milena, who has microcephaly, (born seven days ago), at a hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Milena was born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder that damaged her brain and also affected her vision, a condition associated with an outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil.

    What You Need to Know About Zika Virus

    What You Need to Know About Zika Virus

    A mysterious virus called Zika is spreading rapidly around the globe, leading the World Health Organization to issue a global emergency. The mostly mild virus is raising concerns because of a condition it’s linked to called microcephaly, a birth d...

    Experts say Zika has ‘explosive pandemic potential.’ Here’s what you should know.

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    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The Army’s Anthrax-Eating Underwear

    The U.S. military is developing—or at least trying to develop—skintight “smart” underwear that can sense a chemical or biological attack and instantly adapt in order to protect the wearer from contamination or infection.This “second skin” would co...

    The military’s ‘second skin’ would protect against chemical or biological attacks—but it has a long way to go.

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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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    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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    Frank Lloyd Wright's Baghdad Opera House.

    The Baghdad Opera House That Wasn’t

    The Baghdad Opera House That Wasn’t

    The oil was flowing, and so was the cash. Much like the megacities of the developing world today, 1950s Baghdad and its newfound wealth wanted to make a statement and architecture was its stage. Under a plan developed from 1954 to 1958 by Minoprio...

    Frank Lloyd Wright said he didn’t give ‘a hoot’ about designing an opera house in London or New York. Baghdad was a different story. But the best-laid plans...

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    How Bruce Springsteen Became The Boss

    How Bruce Springsteen Became The Boss

    Bruce Springsteen is probably not the first artist that springs to mind when you think of musicians exploring issues of identity. His working-class aesthetic—blue jeans, flannel shirts, denim jackets—and gravelly vocals about cars, mills, and hard...

    Photographs of Springsteen taken between 1974 and 1984 show him performing his heart out, goofing off with his E Street Band-mates, and navigating becoming a rock superstar.

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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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    Perfect Vinegar Drove This Chef to Death

    Perfect Vinegar Drove This Chef to Death

    Producing great cooking can be like a permanent pursuit of the unattainable. It’s an art that is perishable and depends on performances repeated daily that require instant acclaim from those who consume it. The slightest hint of imperfection can t...

    What makes a great chef kill himself? A kitchen can induce a grand obsession from which there is no escape. Take the sad case of Franco Colombani.

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    Public Villainy and Martin Shrkeli, and why we love to hate villains

    The Public Hate Them And They Love It

    The Public Hate Them And They Love It

    As he sat and smirked in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Thursday, one thing was clear: Martin Shkreli does not care for one minute that many people—most people—may perceive him to be a bad guy. An asshole. Worse...

    When Martin Shkreli smirked and snarled at a House Committee, he proved himself to be a proud member of a small group—the very public, un-sorry villain.

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    A poster for the movie 'Citizen Kane', directed by and starring Orson Welles, 1941. The tagline reads 'It's Terrific!'

    The One-Man Show That Was Orson Welles

    The One-Man Show That Was Orson Welles

    Orson Welles’s centennial year has come and gone, but debate rages on, as it has raged for decades, over whether or not he peaked at 26 with Citizen Kane and coasted on its glory for the rest of a mercurial career. His defenders seem to have gaine...

    In command on both sides of a movie camera, Welles could act better than any director and direct better than any actor. In fact, he did everything better than most moviemakers.

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    Perfect Vinegar Drove This Chef to Death

    Perfect Vinegar Drove This Chef to Death

    Producing great cooking can be like a permanent pursuit of the unattainable. It’s an art that is perishable and depends on performances repeated daily that require instant acclaim from those who consume it. The slightest hint of imperfection can t...

    What makes a great chef kill himself? A kitchen can induce a grand obsession from which there is no escape. Take the sad case of Franco Colombani.

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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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    Center for Biological Diversity

    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.

    Winner of 24 X Games medals.

    BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

    BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

    Winner of 24 X Games medals.

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

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

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

    • Winner of 24 X Games medals.

      BMX Legend Dave Mirra Dead at 41

      Winner of 24 X Games medals.

    Center for Biological Diversity

    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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    Two playboy bunnies pose for photos at the Indian Playboy club in Mumbai on December 19, 2012. Playboy unveiled a new-look bunny costume for its upcoming Indian club launch, opting for a more demure take on the waitress outfits but keeping the ears, bow-ties and fluffy tails. In a bid to appease conservative Indian values, the traditional skimpy corset has been replaced with a sari-inspired two-piece costume, comprising a one-shoulder top, a bare midriff and a sheer, full-length skirt with a split. AFP PHOTO/ STR        (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Inside Playboy’s First Non-Nude Issue

    Back in October, Playboy announced that after 62 years it would be shifting its focus away from nudity in an attempt to appeal to a millennial audience. For the first issue since its rebranding, the magazine got as millennial as millennial gets, c...

    The first edition after the men’s mag’s revamp will feature Snapchat and Instagram models.

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    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    Hunter S. Thompson vs. Keith Richards

    This meeting of the minds will melt your face.

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    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    Prince Charles’ Paintings Make Millions

    The average fine artist in England sees an annual income of around $14,577 from their work. But not Prince Charles, whose somewhat generic watercolors rake in around $300,000 a year from print sales alone—he never sells the originals. In a nation ...

    Royal scion is one of the most successful living British artists.

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    Two playboy bunnies pose for photos at the Indian Playboy club in Mumbai on December 19, 2012. Playboy unveiled a new-look bunny costume for its upcoming Indian club launch, opting for a more demure take on the waitress outfits but keeping the ears, bow-ties and fluffy tails. In a bid to appease conservative Indian values, the traditional skimpy corset has been replaced with a sari-inspired two-piece costume, comprising a one-shoulder top, a bare midriff and a sheer, full-length skirt with a split. AFP PHOTO/ STR        (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)

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