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    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S., July 27, 2016

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Long before he formally announced his presidential campaign, Donald Trump was the gift that kept on giving to comedy. But after he locked up the GOP presidential nomination back in May, America’s late-night comedians leapt into high gear—along wit...

    Take a look back at the summer’s best late-night clips on the disaster that is Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

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    Donald Trump holds up a copy of his new book "Crippled America" at news conference to promote the book in Manhattan, November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid

    Trump Campaign Inflated Trump Book Sales

    Trump Campaign Inflated Trump Book Sales

    Donald Trump’s campaign used its own funds to buy more copies of one of his books than the rest of the world did in the second week of May. The purchase was so large that it even it pushed the 2015 title onto the bestseller list of Nielsen BookSca...

    Violating standards, maybe the law.

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    Trump Bought His Own Book With Donations

    Trump Bought His Own Book With Donations

    Donald Trump used his campaign funds to buy thousands of copies of his own book at retail cost, simultaneously diverting donor money back into his pockets while artificially boosting his sales figures. It’s a tactic that may be illegal, campaign f...

    FEC rules dictate the Republican nominee must forgo royalties on the book’s sales, or else the $55,000 purchase at Barnes & Noble was illegal.

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    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S., July 27, 2016

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Long before he formally announced his presidential campaign, Donald Trump was the gift that kept on giving to comedy. But after he locked up the GOP presidential nomination back in May, America’s late-night comedians leapt into high gear—along wit...

    Take a look back at the summer’s best late-night clips on the disaster that is Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

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    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives for a campaign event at Fredericksburg Expo Center August 20, 2016 in Fredericksburg, Virginia.  / AFP / MOLLY RILEY        (Photo credit should read MOLLY RILEY/AFP/Getty Images)

    Muslim Outreach? Please, Donald, Don’t.

    Muslim Outreach? Please, Donald, Don’t.

    Donald Trump’s “empty apology” tour pleading for forgiveness from the minority groups he demonized during this campaign made a new stop Tuesday night. This time he attempted to woo Latino voters by appearing on Sean Hannity’s Fox News “immigration...

    Trump’s cringe-worthy ‘reach-out’ to African Americans makes one wonder if he’s contemplating the same for Muslims. Please, Allah, no.

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    New Trump: Mexicans Are ‘Great People’

    New Trump: Mexicans Are ‘Great People’

    At the state-of-the-art Moody Theater in Austin, Texas, shortly after 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Sean Hannity rested his eyes on Donald Trump.At that moment, the boisterous crowd was booing a mention of Jeb Bush—a sad weakling, invoked to exemplify th...

    The Republican presidential nominee doesn’t seem to have much of a grasp on what his own immigration policy actually is.

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    Entertainment

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S., July 27, 2016

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Late-Night’s Summer of Trump

    Long before he formally announced his presidential campaign, Donald Trump was the gift that kept on giving to comedy. But after he locked up the GOP presidential nomination back in May, America’s late-night comedians leapt into high gear—along wit...

    Take a look back at the summer’s best late-night clips on the disaster that is Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

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    Seth Meyers: Hillary Emails Look Bad

    Seth Meyers: Hillary Emails Look Bad

    On Monday night, Seth Meyers spent nearly 12 minutes breaking down Donald Trump’s decision to double down on his alt-right base by hiring the man behind Breitbart News as his latest campaign chief.Tuesday, it was Hillary Clinton’s turn.After layin...

    It was Hillary Clinton’s turn to get a ‘closer look’ from the ‘Late Night’ host on Tuesday.

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    Tituss Burgess discusses "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" at AOL Studios in New York on August 24, 2015 in New York City.

    Tituss Burgess’s Fave ‘Kimmy’ Episode

    Tituss Burgess’s Fave ‘Kimmy’ Episode

    When it comes to choosing an Emmys submission, there may be no better person to trust than Tina Fey. The 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt creator/writer/star has 40 nominations and eight wins, after all. So when Tituss Burgess received his se...

    The Emmy-nominated ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ star on why singing fake musical theater songs in Season 2 was the happiest he’s ever been.

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    Colbert: Giuliani Has Lost It on Hillary

    Colbert: Giuliani Has Lost It on Hillary

    Stephen Colbert wasted no time getting political on Tuesday night’s Late Show. And his target was the health of America’s two major presidential candidates.Over the past few weeks, Donald Trump has been speculating that Hillary Clinton is too frai...

    The ‘Late Show’ host breaks down the Hillary Clinton conspiracy theories and diagnoses what’s really wrong with her.

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    Seth Meyers: Hillary Emails Look Bad

    Seth Meyers: Hillary Emails Look Bad

    On Monday night, Seth Meyers spent nearly 12 minutes breaking down Donald Trump’s decision to double down on his alt-right base by hiring the man behind Breitbart News as his latest campaign chief.Tuesday, it was Hillary Clinton’s turn.After layin...

    It was Hillary Clinton’s turn to get a ‘closer look’ from the ‘Late Night’ host on Tuesday.

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    Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is pictured during a ceremony to be named a "United Nations Messenger of Peace" with a special focus on climate change at the United Nations headquarters in the Manhattan borough of New York September 20, 2014.    REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY HEADSHOT PROFILE) - RTR472EH

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s Worst Week Ever

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s Worst Week Ever

    Summers for Leonardo DiCaprio, the Oscar-winning actor and professional Victoria’s Secret slayer, are the stuff of Instagram envy: vaping on yachts overflowing with models, Citi Bikin’ through your ’hood with a model in tow, or achieving a state o...

    Shady financial ties. A fender-bender. Bailing on Hillary Clinton. It’s been a pretty tough week for the Oscar-winning actor.

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    Mahershala Ali attends the "Free State of Jones" Photo Call at the Four Seasons Hotel on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP)

    The Next Unforgettable Marvel Villain

    The Next Unforgettable Marvel Villain

    Mahershala Ali is on the verge of owning 2016, so it’s time you learn his name.The 4400, Treme, and House of Cards alumnus has a monster September ahead in some of the most anticipated film and television projects of the year—the payoff of leaving...

    The Emmy-nominated ‘House of Cards’ standout discusses his pair of hotly anticipated indie films and starring role as the villain of Netflix’s ‘Luke Cage.’

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    Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is pictured during a ceremony to be named a "United Nations Messenger of Peace" with a special focus on climate change at the United Nations headquarters in the Manhattan borough of New York September 20, 2014.    REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY HEADSHOT PROFILE) - RTR472EH

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s Worst Week Ever

    Leonardo DiCaprio’s Worst Week Ever

    Summers for Leonardo DiCaprio, the Oscar-winning actor and professional Victoria’s Secret slayer, are the stuff of Instagram envy: vaping on yachts overflowing with models, Citi Bikin’ through your ’hood with a model in tow, or achieving a state o...

    Shady financial ties. A fender-bender. Bailing on Hillary Clinton. It’s been a pretty tough week for the Oscar-winning actor.

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    World News

    A man walks amongst the rubble of buildings in Amatrice on August 24, 2016 after a powerful earthquake rocked central Italy.
The earthquake left 38 people dead and the total is likely to rise, the country's civil protection unit said in the first official death toll. Scores of buildings were reduced to dusty piles of masonry in communities close to the epicentre of the pre-dawn quake in a remote area straddling the regions of Umbria, Marche and Lazio.

    Scenes From Italy’s Earthquake Aftermath

    Scenes From Italy’s Earthquake Aftermath

    As the sun came up over Perugia, survivors and rescue teams got their first look at the devastation left by the 3 a.m. temblor. Here are pictures from the hard-hit town of Amatrice.

    As the sun came up over Perugia, survivors and rescue teams got their first look at the devastation left by the 3 a.m. temblor. Here are pictures from the hard-hit town of Amatrice.

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    The Jihadi Joker, Anjem Choudary, Was a Terror Mastermind

    The Jihadi Joker Was a Terror Mastermind

    The Jihadi Joker Was a Terror Mastermind

    LONDON — Perhaps the world’s most mainstream pro-ISIS Western media agitator, Anjem Choudary, finally has been convicted of terrorism in the United Kingdom.It took 20 years to bring him to justice, but after jurors at the Old Bailey heard last wee...

    For 20 years, long before ISIS, Anjem Choudary abetted terror plots in the U.K. and around the world. Now that he’s in jail, will he continue his work there?

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    LGBT Burmese Missed the Revolution

    LGBT Burmese Missed the Revolution

    LGBT Burmese Missed the Revolution

    RANGOON, Burma — When Moe Yan, a 19-year-old transgender sex worker in Burma, was raped at knifepoint in her friend’s house, she knew there was no point going to the police.Her community of trans women, who live on the industrial outskirts of the ...

    Burma jails transgender people for wearing a ‘disguise,’ and a top aide of Aung San Suu Kyi laughs hysterically at the idea LGBT Burmese need their rights protected.

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    Olympic Closing Ceremony

    How to Watch the 2016 Rio Closing Cer...

    How to Watch the 2016 Rio Closing Cer...

    After two long weeks, a fair share of upsets, surprises, and historic moments, the 2016 Rio Olympics will officially come to a close Sunday night at 7 p.m. ET.If you aren’t ready to say goodbye just yet, don’t worry—NBC’s coverage will run from 7 ...

    Watch the Games close out—and Simone Biles carry the U.S. flag—as the Americans celebrate their medal count victory.

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    The Jihadi Joker, Anjem Choudary, Was a Terror Mastermind

    The Jihadi Joker Was a Terror Mastermind

    The Jihadi Joker Was a Terror Mastermind

    LONDON — Perhaps the world’s most mainstream pro-ISIS Western media agitator, Anjem Choudary, finally has been convicted of terrorism in the United Kingdom.It took 20 years to bring him to justice, but after jurors at the Old Bailey heard last wee...

    For 20 years, long before ISIS, Anjem Choudary abetted terror plots in the U.K. and around the world. Now that he’s in jail, will he continue his work there?

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    Panama lost girls part 3

    The Lost Girls of Panama: The Full Story

    The Lost Girls of Panama: The Full Story

    The Daily Beast brings together here all three parts of its investigation into the fate of Kris Kremers, 21, and Lisanne Froon, 22, who went out for a brief hike near a mountain resort in Panama in 2014 and never came back. Were they victims of a ...

    The mysterious deaths of two young tourists in Panama puzzled examiners and shocked nations on both sides of the Atlantic; now secretly leaked documents reveal what happened.

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    Catholic Nuns and Burquini

    Where’s the Outrage Over Nun Beachwear?

    Where’s the Outrage Over Nun Beachwear?

    SABAUDIA, Italy — Go to any public beach in Italy and chances are you’ll eventually see a woman wearing a veil and long skirt. But she likely won’t be a Muslim in a version of the controversial burqini. She will almost certainly be a Catholic nun ...

    While the French are banning Muslims in burqinis, Italian Catholic bishops find it ironic there’s alarm when a woman is “overdressed while swimming in the sea!”

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    Brazil is the Big Winner of the Olympics Games

    Brazil Beats Expectations at Rio Games

    Brazil Beats Expectations at Rio Games

    The headlines in the lead-up to the Rio Olympics could not have been more terrifying. Body Parts Wash Ashore in Sailor’s Bay!  Dread Virus Spread by Mosquitos (and Sex) Sure to Afflict Athletes and Spectators! Wolf Packs of Street Criminals Prepar...

    Before it started, coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games left the world expecting the worst. While it is unclear if hosting the Games will help Rio long-term, Brazil came through.

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    Panama lost girls part 3

    The Lost Girls of Panama: The Full Story

    The Lost Girls of Panama: The Full Story

    The Daily Beast brings together here all three parts of its investigation into the fate of Kris Kremers, 21, and Lisanne Froon, 22, who went out for a brief hike near a mountain resort in Panama in 2014 and never came back. Were they victims of a ...

    The mysterious deaths of two young tourists in Panama puzzled examiners and shocked nations on both sides of the Atlantic; now secretly leaked documents reveal what happened.

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    U.S.

    Schizophrenic Woman Framed for Murder

    Homophobic Cops Framed Innocent Woman

    Homophobic Cops Framed Innocent Woman

    Cops and prosecutors said Cathy Woods was a lesbian and that it had driven her to murder.Woods killed college student Michelle Mitchell in Reno, Nevada, in 1976 after the 19-year-old rebuffed her sexual advances, prosecutors claimed. Despite the l...

    Cathy Woods was jailed for 35 years in the slaying of Michelle Mitchell, who was last seen with a man. Now she’s suing, saying cops framed her as a killer lesbian.

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    New Lawsuit: Fox News Packed With Pervs

    New Lawsuit: Fox News Packed With Pervs

    The latest sexual-harassment lawsuit against Fox News and deposed CEO Roger Ailes alleges that the network’s executives actively retaliated against on-air personality Andrea Tantaros after she repeatedly complained about inappropriate conduct in t...

    The latest legal salvo against the TV network alleges a culture of sexual harassment that reached far outside Roger Ailes’s office.

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    An aerial view of the Grand Floridian is seen after a two-year-old boy was dragged by an alligator into the lagoon at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 15, 2016.

    Father Wrestled Florida Gator in Vain

    Father Wrestled Florida Gator in Vain

    The desperate father of a 2-year-old boy who was the victim of a horrific alligator attack at a Florida Disney resort reached into the reptile’s mouth in a vain attempt to try to wrestle free his son’s head from the reptile’s grasp, officials said...

    The desperate father of the victim of the Florida alligator attack reached into the animal’s mouth to try to free his son, a report finds.

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    Schizophrenic Woman Framed for Murder

    Homophobic Cops Framed Innocent Woman

    Homophobic Cops Framed Innocent Woman

    Cops and prosecutors said Cathy Woods was a lesbian and that it had driven her to murder.Woods killed college student Michelle Mitchell in Reno, Nevada, in 1976 after the 19-year-old rebuffed her sexual advances, prosecutors claimed. Despite the l...

    Cathy Woods was jailed for 35 years in the slaying of Michelle Mitchell, who was last seen with a man. Now she’s suing, saying cops framed her as a killer lesbian.

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    Perv Preacher Nabbed 2,000 Miles Away

    Perv Preacher Nabbed 2,000 Miles Away

    It took a jury 30 minutes to find preacher Gregorio Martinez guilty of molesting a 13-year-old boy.The New Jersey preacher was convicted in February 2015 of aggravated criminal sexual contact, child abuse, and endangering the welfare of a child, f...

    After Gregorio Martinez was convicted of sexually abusing a boy, he vanished. Two reporters working on one tip did what law enforcement couldn’t: Find him.

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    Zachary Penton murdered his roommate after tweeting he would.

    Killer Tweeted: I’ll Murder My Roommate

    Killer Tweeted: I’ll Murder My Roommate

    Two days after he tweeted “I need to move out of my place before I viciously murder my roommates,” Zachary Penton called 911 and confessed to killing his roommate.Penton, of Gilbert, Arizona, was booked in Maricopa County jail after police said he...

    Police say Zachary Penton confessed to killing a man he lived with two days after he tweeted he would ‘viciously murder my roommates.’

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    Tech + Health

    A white truck rolls slowly through the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York, spraying a pesticide to kill a type of mosquito, the Asian tiger, that may have the potential to carry the Zika virus, Aug. 18, 2016. While the Asian tiger has not yet been shown to be an effective vehicle for the spread of Zika and there has been no locally-transmitted cases in New York City, officials are still moving aggressively against the pest. (Alex Wroblewski/The New York Times)

    Worried About Zika? Call Congress

    Worried About Zika? Call Congress

    The failure so far to fully fund the fight against the Zika virus is a familiar tale of Washington gridlock, except this has life-and-death consequences beyond the name-calling. The virus is on the march in Florida and in parts of California, and ...

    If Zika becomes a widespread problem in the U.S., the blame will lie squarely with Congress.

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    Is This the End of Skin Cancer?

    Is This the End of Skin Cancer?

    Researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) with collaborators from the German Cancer Research Center and two other Israeli medical centers published an article in Nature Cell Biology Monday that could change the way skin cancer is treated.The auth...

    Researchers at Tel Aviv University say they’ve found a way to stop the spread of the most deadly kind of skin cancer.

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    How we're evolving to get heavier + might not need to lose weight after all

    Why Science Says It’s OK to Stay Fat

    Why Science Says It’s OK to Stay Fat

    The world is getting heavier. But you don’t need to lose weight. A number of news outlets have been covering a recent report out from the CDC, with headlines mostly pointing to the apparent 15-pound increase in average weight in Americans since 19...

    It’s time we stop equating good health with weight loss.

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    The Man Who Networked the World

    The Man Who Networked the World

    Contact: A hundred years before iconic figures like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs permeated our lives, 60 years before Marshall McLuhan proclaimed media to be “the extensions of man,” an Irish-Italian inventor laid the foundation of the communication ...

    In giving us the wireless world, the Irish-Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi was arguably the first truly global figure in modern communication

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    Is This the End of Skin Cancer?

    Is This the End of Skin Cancer?

    Researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) with collaborators from the German Cancer Research Center and two other Israeli medical centers published an article in Nature Cell Biology Monday that could change the way skin cancer is treated.The auth...

    Researchers at Tel Aviv University say they’ve found a way to stop the spread of the most deadly kind of skin cancer.

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    McDonalds Is Using Your Kids To Survive

    McDonalds Is Using Your Kids To Survive

    Yesterday, in the most Internet-appropriate news item since the last time Donald Trump opened his mouth, fast-food behemoth McDonald’s announced it was going to stop giving out activity trackers with children’s Happy Meals after reports of the wea...

    The burger giant isn’t winning kids over just through toys.

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    Why More Young Adults Are Having Strokes

    Why More Young Adults Are Having Strokes

    ROCKLIN, Calif.— The headaches were excruciating and wouldn’t go away. Her doctor said they were migraines. Then, one morning a few weeks later, Jamie Hancock stood up from the couch and discovered she couldn’t move the right side of her body. Whe...

    Because strokes are so often associated with older adults, young people might not see the warning signs—until it’s too late.

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    Dr Drew Pinsky arrives at the 39th Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills, California, June 23, 2012.

    Dr. Drew Leads Clinton Health Truthers

    Dr. Drew Leads Clinton Health Truthers

    On a radio show this week, Dr. Drew Pinsky of Celebrity Rehab fame added his name to the long list of conspiracy theorists who believe that Hillary Clinton’s health could be failing—a list that so far includes the National Enquirer, Fox News host ...

    Dr. Drew Pinsky, he of celebrity rehabs and adult radio, is joining the chorus of those who say Hillary Clinton is unwell and unfit to be president.

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    McDonalds Is Using Your Kids To Survive

    McDonalds Is Using Your Kids To Survive

    Yesterday, in the most Internet-appropriate news item since the last time Donald Trump opened his mouth, fast-food behemoth McDonald’s announced it was going to stop giving out activity trackers with children’s Happy Meals after reports of the wea...

    The burger giant isn’t winning kids over just through toys.

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    Arts + Culture

    Gawker's last days

    How Gawker Finally Said Goodbye

    How Gawker Finally Said Goodbye

    This is the way Gawker ends—not with a bang but a whimper.During Gawker.com’s final hours of operation Monday, a death foretold for many weeks and ultimately confirmed last Thursday as a federal bankruptcy judge approved the parent company’s sale ...

    A mournful final post by founder Nick Denton sounded the death knell for Gawker.com, the gossipy, snarky website he founded and fought for to the bitter, and very expensive, end.

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    Lost Masterpieces: Churchill’s destroyed portrait

    The Burning of Churchill's Portrait

    The Burning of Churchill's Portrait

    It must have been quite the awkward situation. On Nov. 30, 1954, a proud British Parliament gathered for a large ceremony at Westminster Hall to present their beloved leader, Sir Winston Churchill, with a portrait of him in celebration of his 80th...

    Britain's wartime PM Winston Churchill diplomatically commented of Graham Sutherland's portrait of him that it was “a great example of modern art.” Unofficially, he and his w...

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    Moth star on how rejection made her a serious writer

    How Rejection Made Me a Serious Writer

    How Rejection Made Me a Serious Writer

    Don’t date someone you work with, because, if you date someone you work with you’ve substantially increased the chances that you will get dumped while you are at work. I can give this advice because I once dated someone I worked with and then that...

    Getting told no—by lovers, bosses, schools—is never fun, but sometimes you have to hit bottom before you realize that becoming who you want to be is all on you after all.

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    Was This Man the Real Indiana Jones?

    Was This Man the Real Indiana Jones?

    When I first walk into the Holyland Bible Knowledge Society and am ushered into a lecture hall for a Bible study class, I feel like I have been tricked.I came expecting to see the treasures of the man who supposedly inspired my childhood cinematic...

    In a small house in a quiet Los Angeles neighborhood, the Holyland Bible Knowledge Society honors the memory of an evangelist and relic hunter who just might be the original Indy.

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    Lost Masterpieces: Churchill’s destroyed portrait

    The Burning of Churchill's Portrait

    The Burning of Churchill's Portrait

    It must have been quite the awkward situation. On Nov. 30, 1954, a proud British Parliament gathered for a large ceremony at Westminster Hall to present their beloved leader, Sir Winston Churchill, with a portrait of him in celebration of his 80th...

    Britain's wartime PM Winston Churchill diplomatically commented of Graham Sutherland's portrait of him that it was “a great example of modern art.” Unofficially, he and his w...

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    Harvey Milk Navy ship naming

    How Harvey Milk Became a Navy Ambassador

    How Harvey Milk Became a Navy Ambassador

    Earlier this week, the U.S. Navy officially commemorated the new USNS Harvey Milk, a 677-foot fleet oiler and first navy ship to be named after a member of the LGBTQ community.It was the latest of many milestones for Milk, who was assassinated a y...

    The USNS Harvey Milk is the first Navy ship to be named after a member of the LGBT community—and, like the brave advocate it is named after, it will take its message of equality ever...

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    Thomas Cholmondeley (C), son of the fifth Baron Delamere and great-grandson of Kenya's most prominent early settler, arrives in Nairobi High court on May 7, 2009. A Kenyan court has found Chlomondeley guilty of manslaughter of a suspected poacher, reducing the charge of murder for which he has already served three years in jail. The 40-year-old Cholmondeley has already spent three years in a maximum-security prison and now faces up to life imprisonment for manslaughter, but could also walk free when sentence is handed down next on May 12. The Eton-educated aristocrat was accused of murdering Robert Njoya, a suspected poacher, in May 2006 but has only admitted to shooting dogs on his 55,000-acre Rift Valley ranch.      AFP PHOTO / SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Curse of a Controversial Aristocrat

    The Curse of a Controversial Aristocrat

    A controversial Kenyan aristocrat of British descent who killed two local Kenyan men on separate occasions has died aged 48 of a heart attack, following complications after a routine hospital operation in Nairobi.Tom Cholmondeley (pronounced Chuml...

    Tom Cholmondeley killed two black Kenyans on his father’s game reserve. Now he himself is dead, and one of the victim’s families says the curse that killed him will be visited on his...

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    FJ2BH5 Conservative commentator Glenn Beck during the Nevada Courageous Conservatives rally with Republican presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz hosted by Keep the Promise PAC at the Henderson Convention Center February 21, 2016 in Henderson, Nevada.

    Is Glenn Beck Suing Himself?

    Is Glenn Beck Suing Himself?

    Glenn Beck seems to be an endless source of nutty stories.Maybe the multimedia oddball spent too much time being spun around while strapped in a giant gyroscope that, as he told his fans, helped cure him of a mysterious brain illness that “quite h...

    In a multimillion-dollar fraud, breach of contract, and dereliction of duty lawsuit, Glenn Beck appears to be suing himself, and may even end up having to pay damages to himself.

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    Harvey Milk Navy ship naming

    How Harvey Milk Became a Navy Ambassador

    How Harvey Milk Became a Navy Ambassador

    Earlier this week, the U.S. Navy officially commemorated the new USNS Harvey Milk, a 677-foot fleet oiler and first navy ship to be named after a member of the LGBTQ community.It was the latest of many milestones for Milk, who was assassinated a y...

    The USNS Harvey Milk is the first Navy ship to be named after a member of the LGBT community—and, like the brave advocate it is named after, it will take its message of equality ever...

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