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    People march with an inflatable effigy of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during an immigrant rights May Day rally in Los Angeles, California, U.S., May 1, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson - RTX2CDBE

    Nobody’s Buying Trump’s Immigration Lies

    Nobody’s Buying Trump’s Immigration Lies

    Surprising election indeed: Joe Scarborough has made an actual contribution to our national discourse. His “Amnesty Don” zinger Monday morning was great. He even aped Trump’s favored trope of assigning the appearance of this sobriquet not to himse...

    The words and positions Trump used to win over the enraged white people who put him over the top in the GOP primary aren’t flying with Americans now.

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    Huma Abedin, the Good Wife, Walks Away

    Huma Abedin, the Good Wife, Walks Away

    More than two centuries after the first big American political sex scandal, the original Good Wife continues her eternal repose at the foot of her husband’s grave in Trinity Church cemetery in Lower Manhattan.He of course has the grander stone, a ...

    With Hillary Clinton’s top aide by his side, Anthony Weiner had remained a ‘big wheel in this town’ despite multiple sexting scandals—until now.

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    Where Did Dr. Drew Go Wrong?

    Where Did Dr. Drew Go Wrong?

    By the time Dr. Drew Pinsky’s show was canceled by CNN after he engaged in unfounded speculation about Hillary Clinton’s health, no one was shocked.For years, the Loveline host had been seen as more of a “television doctor,” as Newt Gingrich recen...

    Speculating on Hillary Clinton’s health might be the final blow to Dr. Drew Pinsky’s long and controversial career.

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    People march with an inflatable effigy of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during an immigrant rights May Day rally in Los Angeles, California, U.S., May 1, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson - RTX2CDBE

    Nobody’s Buying Trump’s Immigration Lies

    Nobody’s Buying Trump’s Immigration Lies

    Surprising election indeed: Joe Scarborough has made an actual contribution to our national discourse. His “Amnesty Don” zinger Monday morning was great. He even aped Trump’s favored trope of assigning the appearance of this sobriquet not to himse...

    The words and positions Trump used to win over the enraged white people who put him over the top in the GOP primary aren’t flying with Americans now.

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    Harold Bornstein, Donald Trump's doctor, accused of malpractice and patient overdoses,Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump refers to former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who lost the 2012 presidential election, as a "choker" at a rally with supporters in Anaheim, California, U.S., May 25, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTSFXMC

    Trump Doctor ‘Overmedicated’ Patients

    Trump Doctor ‘Overmedicated’ Patients

    Penning Donald Trump’s enthusiastic clean bill of health in five minutes may have been one of Dr. Harold Bornstein’s least consequential mistakes. In 2002, he paid $86,250 to the husband of a former patient to settle a lawsuit alleging that Bornst...

    Settled lawsuits alleged Donald Trump’s doctor Harold Bornstein overmedicated his patients—one with Valium and morphine ‘well above therapeutic levels.’

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    Former U.S. congressman from New York and current democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Anthony Weiner listens to fellow candidates speak at a debate held at the Museum of Tolerance in New York August 14, 2013.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) - RTX12LUD

    Nobody Wants to Work With Weiner

    Nobody Wants to Work With Weiner

    After three sexting scandals, it’s over finally between Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner. But she’s not the only one to declare his latest scandal was one too many.Weiner, once a rising star in New York politics, has been a semi-regular contributor ...

    The latest sexting scandal is too much for both his wife and several outlets who gave him a second chance after his “Carlos Danger” escapades.

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    Entertainment

    You're The Worst Set Visit

    How ‘You’re the Worst’ Became the Best

    How ‘You’re the Worst’ Became the Best

    If, like me, you spent this summer driving around the east side of LA, you may have seen a lot of bright yellow signs with the word “WORST” written in all-caps and black arrows pointing to hipster hangouts. No, this is not some meta commentary on ...

    During a day on the L.A. set of this FXX series, its creator and four stars preview an even more ambitious Season 3.

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    The History between Drake and Rhianna

    Is Drake Really in the Friend Zone?

    Is Drake Really in the Friend Zone?

    Behind every talented woman is a trifling man moping in the corner of her close-up.For Nicki Minaj it’s Meek Mill, a domesticated Philly rapper now reduced to folding his famous partner’s fishnets and anonymously fuming about Drake on Reddit. For ...

    After Drake went in for a kiss after declaring his love on the VMAs stage and came up short, he’s trying to prove Rihanna really likes him. We look at the evidence.

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    Gene Wilder’s Last Big Interview

    Gene Wilder’s Last Big Interview

    Gene Wilder lives in our collective memory as his characters from iconic films like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein. But in the years leading up to his death this week, at the age of 83, he was seldom seen in public.As...

    In his last major interview, at the 92nd Street Y in 2013, Wilder looked back at his career and explained what made him stop acting.

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    Gene Wilder’s Most Memorable Roles

    Gene Wilder’s Most Memorable Roles

    Legendary comedy actor Gene Wilder passed away this week after a three-year struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. Here we remember the magic and laughter he brought to film.

    Legendary comedy actor Gene Wilder passed away this week after a three-year struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. Here we remember the magic and laughter he brought to film.

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    The History between Drake and Rhianna

    Is Drake Really in the Friend Zone?

    Is Drake Really in the Friend Zone?

    Behind every talented woman is a trifling man moping in the corner of her close-up.For Nicki Minaj it’s Meek Mill, a domesticated Philly rapper now reduced to folding his famous partner’s fishnets and anonymously fuming about Drake on Reddit. For ...

    After Drake went in for a kiss after declaring his love on the VMAs stage and came up short, he’s trying to prove Rihanna really likes him. We look at the evidence.

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    F6ER2X RELEASE DATE: 1970. STUDIO: Ultimate Productions. PLOT: An account of the adventures of two sets of identical twins, badly scrambled at birth, on the eve of the French Revolution. One set is haughty and aristocratic, the other poor and somewhat dim. They find themselves involved in palace intrigues as history happens around them. PICTURED: GENE WILDER.

    What Made Gene Wilder Unforgettable

    What Made Gene Wilder Unforgettable

    I remember precisely when I first saw Gene Wilder. I can’t say that about very many performers. But Wilder was unforgettable. To make it even more impressive, he appeared in a movie that would have easily been unforgettable without him: Bonnie and...

    Indelible from the first moment he appeared on a movie screen, the late comic actor lit up not only the films in which he appeared but the hearts of his audiences as well.

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    Samantha Bee on Weinergate

    Samantha Bee on Weinergate

    “Oh my god! Oh my god…” utters Samantha Bee.I’m on the phone with the brilliant host of the TBS late-night hit Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, which received an Emmy nod in its first year for Outstanding Writing, and we’re discussing the latest ic...

    The host of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, which is up for its first Emmy nomination, on the icky scandal haunting our screens.

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    Gene Wilder Dead at 83

    Gene Wilder Dead at 83

    Gene Wilder, the actor immortalized by his role as Willy Wonka, has died at age 83, his family announced Monday. Some of Wilder’s most iconic roles were in the early films of Mel Brooks where he portrayed the nervous accountant Leo Bloom in 196...

    He will be forever remembered for bringing Willy Wonka to life and infusing humanity into the films of Mel Brooks.

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    F6ER2X RELEASE DATE: 1970. STUDIO: Ultimate Productions. PLOT: An account of the adventures of two sets of identical twins, badly scrambled at birth, on the eve of the French Revolution. One set is haughty and aristocratic, the other poor and somewhat dim. They find themselves involved in palace intrigues as history happens around them. PICTURED: GENE WILDER.

    What Made Gene Wilder Unforgettable

    What Made Gene Wilder Unforgettable

    I remember precisely when I first saw Gene Wilder. I can’t say that about very many performers. But Wilder was unforgettable. To make it even more impressive, he appeared in a movie that would have easily been unforgettable without him: Bonnie and...

    Indelible from the first moment he appeared on a movie screen, the late comic actor lit up not only the films in which he appeared but the hearts of his audiences as well.

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    World News

    The Apple Inc. logo is shown outside the company's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, U.S. June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

    How Apple Paid 0.005% Tax

    How Apple Paid 0.005% Tax

    DUBLIN — When a country takes issue with the payment of tax, it is almost always because it wants more money, not less.However, in a peculiarly Irish twist, the government in Dublin is to appeal a ruling by the European Commission’s powerful compe...

    Apple was hit with the largest regulatory fine in European history when the company was ordered to pay Ireland a stunning $14.5 billion in back taxes. So why don’t the Irish want the...

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    Ground Zero in the New Cold War  Cold War/ HP Hed: Ground Zero in the New Cold War

    Ground Zero in the New Cold War

    Ground Zero in the New Cold War

    THE CURONIAN SPIT — A bus ride from the last town in the European Union—Nida, Lithuania—across the border into Russia’s Kaliningrad region took less than an hour. The morning sun warmed sandy dunes along the shore of the Baltic Sea. There was hard...

    The fraught frontier between Russia and the NATO-defended Baltics is full of surprises, not least its natural beauty. But tensions are building fast.

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    Ancient Greeks Caught Sacrificing Boys?

    Ancient Greeks Caught Sacrificing Boys?

    On a mountain top in southern Greece, in a nearly 3,000-year-old religious site, archaeologists have made a macabre discovery: human remains nestled inside an altar dedicated to Zeus. The burial is unprecedented. How did the bones of this adolesce...

    When the skeleton of a young boy was found in an altar dedicated to Zeus, the discovery sent shockwaves through the world of archaeology. But it might be too good to be true.

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    Manaugh 'Fargo' at a Boeing Plant - the Tale of a Hapless Spy

    Average Joe Tried to Sell Russia Secrets

    Average Joe Tried to Sell Russia Secrets

    When Gregory Allen Justice arrived at work every evening, pulling into a secure parking lot near the sprawl of LAX to start another long night on the graveyard shift at Boeing, he would have known that there were more than just stars up there, shi...

    When promotion after promotion passed satellite engineer Gregory Allen Justice by, he allegedly turned to the Russians to solve his family’s dire financial straits.

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    Ground Zero in the New Cold War

    Ground Zero in the New Cold War

    THE CURONIAN SPIT — A bus ride from the last town in the European Union—Nida, Lithuania—across the border into Russia’s Kaliningrad region took less than an hour. The morning sun warmed sandy dunes along the shore of the Baltic Sea. There was hard...

    The fraught frontier between Russia and the NATO-defended Baltics is full of surprises, not least its natural beauty. But tensions are building fast.

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    Mexico Police slaughtering ppl

    Mexican Cops Killed Dozens From the Sky

    Mexican Cops Killed Dozens From the Sky

    Mexican Federal Police “arbitrarily executed” dozens of suspected cartel members on a ranch last year, according to a human rights monitor, firing thousands of rounds from a helicopter gunship. Many of the men were unarmed or fleeing, so federales...

    Have Mexican authorities adopted the brutal tactics of the cartels they are battling? Was the overkill at Rancho del Sol a bloody warning?

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    ISIS children execution video

    ISIS Kids Execute Prisoners on Tape

    ISIS Kids Execute Prisoners on Tape

    ISIS released a new video Friday showing children of its foreign soldiers shooting a group of prisoners. The terror group said the executed men were members of the YPG, a Syrian Kurdish force that is supported by the United States and has been one...

    ISIS is known for its grisly videos of beheadings and other sadistic killings. But the new video is particularly grisly and horrific even by ISIS’ cruel standards.

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    People ride a bus to be evacuated from the besieged Damascus suburb of Daraya, after an agreement reached on Thursday between rebels and Syria's army, Syria, August 26, 2016. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki - RTX2N6FX

    Syria’s Srebrenica?

    Syria’s Srebrenica?

    ISTANBUL — Hundreds of civilians and rebel fighters abandoned the Damascus suburb of Daraya on Friday, boarding buses after a negotiated surrender that ended one of the longest sieges of the Syrian war and marked the latest victory in the Assad re...

    The Assad regime’s “evacuation” of 6,000 civilians from a Damascus suburb could lead to a mass atrocity.

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    Mexico Police slaughtering ppl

    Mexican Cops Killed Dozens From the Sky

    Mexican Cops Killed Dozens From the Sky

    Mexican Federal Police “arbitrarily executed” dozens of suspected cartel members on a ranch last year, according to a human rights monitor, firing thousands of rounds from a helicopter gunship. Many of the men were unarmed or fleeing, so federales...

    Have Mexican authorities adopted the brutal tactics of the cartels they are battling? Was the overkill at Rancho del Sol a bloody warning?

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    U.S.

    The ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Is the Most Historic Climate Change Decision Yet

    The Most Historic Climate Decision Yet

    The Most Historic Climate Decision Yet

    One of the most significant court cases about climate change was decided this month by a federal appeals court in Chicago. Given that it was steeped in the enervating context of refrigerator regulations, you may have missed it. But amid the stulti...

    For the first time, the federal government has put a price on carbon dioxide and it’s bound to transform how we fight global warming.

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    How to Watch Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic at the 2016 U.S. Open

    How to Watch the 2016 U.S. Open

    How to Watch the 2016 U.S. Open

    The two-week long 2016 U.S. Open is the capstone of the year’s Grand Slam tournaments, marking the end of another year of major international tennis competition. Running from Monday, August 29 to Sunday, September 11, the tournament kick off at th...

    At the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the year, both Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will defend subpar Olympic performances.

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    Dwayne Wade

    Paroled Before He Killed Wade’s Cousin

    Paroled Before He Killed Wade’s Cousin

    Two weeks to the day after he was paroled from prison, Derren Sorrells allegedly shot and killed Nykea Aldridge in Chicago. Derren, 22, and his brother Darwin Sorrells, 26, were charged with first-degree murder Sunday for shooting and killing Aldr...

    Derren Sorrells was let out of prison three years early—right before he allegedly shot NBA star Dwyane Wade’s cousin Nykea Aldridge in Chicago.

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    The ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Is the Most Historic Climate Change Decision Yet

    The Most Historic Climate Decision Yet

    The Most Historic Climate Decision Yet

    One of the most significant court cases about climate change was decided this month by a federal appeals court in Chicago. Given that it was steeped in the enervating context of refrigerator regulations, you may have missed it. But amid the stulti...

    For the first time, the federal government has put a price on carbon dioxide and it’s bound to transform how we fight global warming.

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    Soylent Ads Sound a Lot Like Thinspo

    Soylent Ads Sound a Lot Like Thinspo

    Rob Rhinehart stopped eating and started a multimillion-dollar empire.In a 2013 blog post entitled, “How I Stopped Eating Food,” the then-24-year-old explained how he’d overhauled his diet by eliminating all solid foods from his life. For the past...

    Marketed as a way to ‘stop eating,’ Silicon Valley’s miracle food has been glamorized by ‘pro-ana’ websites. Eating-disorder experts say even the accidental message is dangerous.

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    U. Chicago’s P.C. Crackdown Is About $$$

    U. Chicago’s P.C. Crackdown Is About $$$

    The Dean of Students at the University of Chicago’s undergraduate college sent a weird letter to incoming first-year students this week.On the one hand, it welcomed the new kids, expressing “delight” that they’d chosen the University of Chicago. O...

    A university dean proposed restricting free speech in the name of free speech, but why? “Safe spaces” and “trigger warnings” are by students, for students.

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    Tech + Health

    A veterinarian (L) injects a dog with an anti rabies vaccine in suburban Manila on March 7, 2015, during a free vaccination, castration and blessing of pets event. The yearly event is sponsored by the Quezon City government in an effort to eradicate rabies from the Philippines.   AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO        (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP/Getty Images)

    Americans Are Taking Their Pets’ Drugs

    Americans Are Taking Their Pets’ Drugs

    A small percentage of Americans take their pets’ medication, according to a study published in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.The study, which measured how many Americans take antibiotics without a prescription, came across the ...

    A study on non-prescription antibiotic use showed that some Americans take their pets’ medicines.

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    Your Zika Apathy is Spreading the Virus

    Your Zika Apathy Is Spreading the Virus

    Your Zika Apathy Is Spreading the Virus

    You may not be a pregnant woman. You may not be the partner of a pregnant woman. But if you don’t care about Zika, you’re part of the problem.That’s the message that Joseph Conlon, a technical adviser for the American Mosquito Control Association ...

    The American public doesn’t care about Zika—and that blasé attitude is not only careless, it’s dangerous.

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    Soylent Ads Sound a Lot Like Thinspo

    Soylent Ads Sound a Lot Like Thinspo

    Rob Rhinehart stopped eating and started a multimillion-dollar empire.In a 2013 blog post entitled, “How I Stopped Eating Food,” the then-24-year-old explained how he’d overhauled his diet by eliminating all solid foods from his life. For the past...

    Marketed as a way to ‘stop eating,’ Silicon Valley’s miracle food has been glamorized by ‘pro-ana’ websites. Eating-disorder experts say even the accidental message is dangerous.

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    Excerpt from 'The Four Dimensional Human' about AirBnB

    How Airbnb Kills Our Ideas of Privacy

    How Airbnb Kills Our Ideas of Privacy

    One of my memorable Facebook status updates went something like, “How long before newsreaders realize that we all know that the social networking website Twitter is a social networking website?” I got a lot of good feedback from that one, includin...

    To make its home-away-from-home vibe work, the online housing broker insists on a level of transparency from hosts and guests that creates a level of intimacy bordering on the unseemly.

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    Your Zika Apathy is Spreading the Virus

    Your Zika Apathy Is Spreading the Virus

    Your Zika Apathy Is Spreading the Virus

    You may not be a pregnant woman. You may not be the partner of a pregnant woman. But if you don’t care about Zika, you’re part of the problem.That’s the message that Joseph Conlon, a technical adviser for the American Mosquito Control Association ...

    The American public doesn’t care about Zika—and that blasé attitude is not only careless, it’s dangerous.

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    Psychedelics and Burning Man

    This Is Your Brain on Burning Man

    This Is Your Brain on Burning Man

    It was summer of 1994, smack in the heart of the Cape Cod’s white-trash-meets-the-Hamptons busy season. Ace of Bass dominated the radio airwaves with their smarmy melodic Swedish pop, just eclectic enough to bridge the gap to the coming alt rock t...

    Burning Man begins on Sunday, and there will be plenty of people dropping acid for the first time. Here’s why that may not be a bad thing.

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    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    “You have gorgeous veins,” said the woman giving me intravenous infusions of a detoxifying antioxidant which, she said, “whitens the skin from the inside out.”My tawny complexion should look “brighter” in the next few days, she assured me, and the...

    Wellness addicts are getting their nutrient fix through IV drips, bypassing the digestive system and flooding their cells with vitamins. Our correspondent rolled up her sleeve…

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    Power to the Period

    Giving Homeless Women a Dignified Period

    Giving Homeless Women a Dignified Period

    Holly Sanchez wasn’t expecting anything monumental to happen when she asked her Twitter followers to donate pads and tampons to homeless shelters.“I didn’t think that a tweet would go very far,” Sanchez told The Daily Beast, adding with a laugh, “...

    Homeless shelters’ biggest request isn’t canned goods. It’s feminine hygiene products.

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    Psychedelics and Burning Man

    This Is Your Brain on Burning Man

    This Is Your Brain on Burning Man

    It was summer of 1994, smack in the heart of the Cape Cod’s white-trash-meets-the-Hamptons busy season. Ace of Bass dominated the radio airwaves with their smarmy melodic Swedish pop, just eclectic enough to bridge the gap to the coming alt rock t...

    Burning Man begins on Sunday, and there will be plenty of people dropping acid for the first time. Here’s why that may not be a bad thing.

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    Arts + Culture

    HANKY PANKY, from left: Gene Wilder, Gilda Radner, 1982. ©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection

    Gene Wilder’s Amazing Cancer Legacy

    Gene Wilder’s Amazing Cancer Legacy

    Lily Safani, the CEO of Gilda’s Club New York City, did not know that Gene Wilder was ill and was shocked to hear of his death, aged 83, on Monday from complications of Alzheimer’s disease.“This man is so much an integral part of Gilda’s Club, to ...

    As co-founder of Gilda’s Club, Wilder turned his grief over wife Gilda Radner’s death into action around ovarian cancer and helping those affected by all cancers.

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    Essay on why she's afraid of the night

    The Woman Who Was Afraid of the Night

    The Woman Who Was Afraid of the Night

    I have this friend—I call her Vivienne—anyway, she and I have been good and loyal friends for many, many years and she crops up a lot in the stuff I write.We recently reached the age of openly looking out for each other’s health and well-being. Sh...

    Most of us have a mild phobia or two without knowing exactly why. But Nina Stibbe knows: her aversion to night began with a man, a ladder, a scorned woman, and a shotgun.

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    Will & Kate, just normal parents

    Will & Kate, Just Normal Parents

    Will & Kate, Just Normal Parents

    It’s always tricky, the first royal engagement of the new term.Usually the royals don’t get back to ‘work’ until the first week of September, but, wisely, Will and Kate opted to jump back onto the front pages a week or so early this year, with a b...

    Kate Middleton and Prince William may have a life and lifestyle far removed from most Britons, but they want to promote the image of being regular parents.

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    The Palace That Ruined a Mad King

    The Palace That Ruined a Mad King

    It’s a question I think we all should ask ourselves from time to time: What would you do if you were a mentally unstable, sexually repressed king infatuated with Louis XIV?If you’re Ludwig II, King of Bavaria from 1864 to 1886, the answer is to de...

    Ludwig II was hell-bent on creating the most beautiful palaces in Europe—including a replica of Versailles on an island. It was an obsession that would cost this mad gay king his crown.

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    Essay on why she's afraid of the night

    The Woman Who Was Afraid of the Night

    The Woman Who Was Afraid of the Night

    I have this friend—I call her Vivienne—anyway, she and I have been good and loyal friends for many, many years and she crops up a lot in the stuff I write.We recently reached the age of openly looking out for each other’s health and well-being. Sh...

    Most of us have a mild phobia or two without knowing exactly why. But Nina Stibbe knows: her aversion to night began with a man, a ladder, a scorned woman, and a shotgun.

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    I had an IV drip of vitamins into my veins

    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    “You have gorgeous veins,” said the woman giving me intravenous infusions of a detoxifying antioxidant which, she said, “whitens the skin from the inside out.”My tawny complexion should look “brighter” in the next few days, she assured me, and the...

    Wellness addicts are getting their nutrient fix through IV drips, bypassing the digestive system and flooding their cells with vitamins. Our correspondent rolled up her sleeve…

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    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 12:  Ryan Lochte of the United States attends a press conference in the Main Press Center on Day 7 of the Rio Olympics on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo by Matt Hazlett/Getty Images)

    Trump and Lochte Can’t Even Apologize

    Trump and Lochte Can’t Even Apologize

    Public apologies are always difficult, and nothing makes that clearer than the fundamentally unapologetic apologies that Donald Trump and Olympic, gold-medal swimmer Ryan Lochte have issued recently.Both men should take a lesson from President Ron...

    The public apology doesn’t have to be a dying art. Donald Trump and Ryan Lochte could both learn from Ronald Reagan, who knew how to apologize and make you know he meant it.

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    Real Housewives of NY

    How a Real Housewife Survives Infidelity

    How a Real Housewife Survives Infidelity

    Fashion scientists, can maxi dresses actually implode? Or explode? The one belonging to The Countess Luann, as Luann de Lesseps is known from The Real Housewives of New York, swished so angrily in and out of hotel rooms in the season eight finale ...

    Luann de Lesseps, New York ‘real housewife,’ discovered her fiancé cheated on her. Of course she’s staying with him—and of course she’s angry with those who told on him.

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    I had an IV drip of vitamins into my veins

    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    Did a Vitamin IV Make Me a Superhero?

    “You have gorgeous veins,” said the woman giving me intravenous infusions of a detoxifying antioxidant which, she said, “whitens the skin from the inside out.”My tawny complexion should look “brighter” in the next few days, she assured me, and the...

    Wellness addicts are getting their nutrient fix through IV drips, bypassing the digestive system and flooding their cells with vitamins. Our correspondent rolled up her sleeve…

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