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    Trump: Jewish Attacks May Be False Flags

    Trump: Jewish Attacks May Be False Flags

    After a slew of bomb threats forced evacuations at Jewish community centers and schools in 11 states on Monday, President Trump reportedly suggested that the threats may have been done to “make others look bad.”Billy Penn and Buzzfeed interviewed ...

    He supposedly said they done were to “make others look bad,” consistent with the White House/Breitbart line that protesters and leakers are working for Democrats.

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    UNITED STATES - MARCH 17:  Rep. Heather Wilson, R-N.M., speaks at San Juan College in Farmington, N.M.  (Photo By Tom Williams/Roll Call/Getty Images)

    Mystery Cash for Trump’s Air Force Pick

    Mystery Cash for Trump’s Air Force Pick

    By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityDonald Trump famously promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington—to rein in lobbyists, shut the revolving door and curb the influence of well-heeled special interests. But so far,...

    Former lawmaker Heather Wilson refused to detail how she was earning $20,000 a month from a defense contractor.

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    ALT SPACE

    An Online Safe Space For Trump Fans

    An Online Safe Space For Trump Fans

    Gabe Whaley has used the internet in 2017, so he is aware of what happens when many Trump supporters stumble across a story about Planned Parenthood, Obamacare, or anything involving race issues online.What happens is often pure rage.“Most of the ...

    Discussions about Planned Parenthood and Obamacare have been known to trigger certain #MAGA followers. Enter the Chrome extension Alt-Space.

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    U.S. President Donald Trump listens to remarks during a meeting with health insurance company CEOs at the White House in Washington, U.S. February 27, 2017.     REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque - RTS10NK1

    Trump: Jewish Attacks May Be False Flags

    Trump: Jewish Attacks May Be False Flags

    After a slew of bomb threats forced evacuations at Jewish community centers and schools in 11 states on Monday, President Trump reportedly suggested that the threats may have been done to “make others look bad.”Billy Penn and Buzzfeed interviewed ...

    He supposedly said they done were to “make others look bad,” consistent with the White House/Breitbart line that protesters and leakers are working for Democrats.

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    Marijuana and state laws

    Guvs to Trump: Chill Out on the Weed

    Guvs to Trump: Chill Out on the Weed

    While most Republicans hate the idea of legalizing weed, they say they hate federal government interference even more. That’s why some Republican governors are at a loss for words as to why the White House is threatening to send federal officers t...

    When it comes to marijuana policy, Republican governors are stuck between a rock and a green place.

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    U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the debut of the Boeing South Carolina Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner in North Charleston, South Carolina, U.S., February 17, 2017.

    Live: President Trump’s First Addres

    Live: President Trump’s First Addres

    President Donald Trump will deliver his first formal prime time speech to the American people on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET.The president’s address a joint session of congress will serve as a traditional State of the Union and an opportunity to...

    Tuesday night, President Trump will address the American people in prime time to discuss the state of the union. Here’s how to watch live.

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    Entertainment

    Tweeting Accountant Caused Oscar Snafu

    Tweeting Accountant Caused Oscar Snafu

    It's common advice to avoid using social media when driving, operating heavy machinery or engaged in other delicate tasks.Now we can add to that list; don't tweet when handing out the world's most prestigious movie awards. For the b...

    How did the Oscar disaster happen? An accountant who got distracted by posting giddy backstage pictures of stars on social media may be the answer.

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    Kimmel Breaks Down Oscars Fiasco

    Kimmel Breaks Down Oscars Fiasco

    “I made a decision to try to enjoy the process and be optimistic,” Jimmy Kimmel said in one of his pre-Oscar interviews. “That said, my subconscious still tells me it’s going to be a disaster.”He had no idea how right that prediction would end up ...

    The inside scoop on what the hell happened at last night’s Oscars from host and “lead detective” Jimmy Kimmel.

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    The cast of "Moonlight" and ""La La Land" appear on stage as presenter Warren Beatty (C) shows the winner's envelope for Best Movie "Moonlight" on stage at the 89th Oscars on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California.

    Oscars WTF: Chaos Is The New Normal

    Oscars WTF: Chaos Is The New Normal

    At a little after midnight eastern time last night, I was scrubbing the stubborn stains of a meatloaf pan with a heavy-duty dish brush. The television was on in the living room, a window from mundanity into a night of Hollywood glamour. La La Land...

    From the Best Picture Oscars flub to our Election Day surprise (and did we mention the Cubs' win?) all we can predict is the unpredictable.

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    Moonlight

    Moonlight: Biggest Oscars Underdog Ever

    Moonlight: Biggest Oscars Underdog Ever

    The biggest shock of Sunday night’s unprecedented Oscars slip-up wasn’t that La La Land was mistakenly announced as the Best Picture winner instead of Moonlight, which actually won. It was that Moonlight had won at all.It wasn’t because Moonlight ...

    From its tiny budget to its subject matter, everything seemed stacked against ‘Moonlight’ winning Best Picture. Here are all the ways it defied the odds to beat ‘La La Land.’

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    Kimmel Breaks Down Oscars Fiasco

    Kimmel Breaks Down Oscars Fiasco

    “I made a decision to try to enjoy the process and be optimistic,” Jimmy Kimmel said in one of his pre-Oscar interviews. “That said, my subconscious still tells me it’s going to be a disaster.”He had no idea how right that prediction would end up ...

    The inside scoop on what the hell happened at last night’s Oscars from host and “lead detective” Jimmy Kimmel.

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    Fox and Friends

    ‘Fox & Friends’ Doesn’t Get Oscar Flub

    ‘Fox & Friends’ Doesn’t Get Oscar Flub

    Two years ago this morning, Donald Trump was serving as official Oscars recapper for Fox & Friends. Now, apparently, he’s got something better to do.So instead of getting commentary from the president, Trump’s favorite morning show brought in ...

    Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump’s favorite show made it all about Hillary Clinton and political correctness.

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    Beatty: Oscar Blunder Wasn’t My Fault

    Beatty: Oscar Blunder Wasn’t My Fault

    This time, Warren Beatty really doesn’t think it’s about him.The actor spent much of last night defiantly insisting to anyone who would listen that he was not to blame for the Moonlight / La La Land mix-up which marred the Oscars.Beatty and his co...

    Warren Beatty launched an unofficial one-man media campaign to clear his name of incompetence after Faye Dunaway announced the wrong Best Picture.

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    Jon Oliver

    Oliver: Trump the Real Bathroom Predator

    Oliver: Trump the Real Bathroom Predator

    This week, President Trump “rescinded protections for transgender students that had allowed them to use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity,” reported The New York Times. The protections were put in place by the Obama administration...

    The ‘Last Week Tonight’ host blasted the president’s decision this past week to roll back protections for transgender kids.

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    Fox and Friends

    ‘Fox & Friends’ Doesn’t Get Oscar Flub

    ‘Fox & Friends’ Doesn’t Get Oscar Flub

    Two years ago this morning, Donald Trump was serving as official Oscars recapper for Fox & Friends. Now, apparently, he’s got something better to do.So instead of getting commentary from the president, Trump’s favorite morning show brought in ...

    Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump’s favorite show made it all about Hillary Clinton and political correctness.

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    World News

    U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the debut of the Boeing South Carolina Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner in North Charleston, South Carolina, U.S., February 17, 2017.

    Live: President Trump’s First Addres

    Live: President Trump’s First Addres

    President Donald Trump will deliver his first formal prime time speech to the American people on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET.The president’s address a joint session of congress will serve as a traditional State of the Union and an opportunity to...

    Tuesday night, President Trump will address the American people in prime time to discuss the state of the union. Here’s how to watch live.

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    A member of the Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation) paramilitaries, walks next to a sinkhole, known as the Khasfah (an Arabic word for a crack or a hole that opens up in the ground), in the village of Athbah, south of Mosul on February 26, 2017.

    Revealed: An Enormous ISIS Mass Grave

    Revealed: An Enormous ISIS Mass Grave

    NEAR MOSUL, Iraq — Even before it became the scene of the Islamic State's greatest crime, the Khasfa sinkhole stood out among the crevasses that pockmark the uneven desert plains west of Mosul.
Villagers from the surrounding hamlets could not...

    As many as 4,000 “enemies” of the so-called Islamic State were murdered and thrown into a huge sinkhole off the Baghdad-Mosul highway.

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    German Alt-Right's fake news about refugees

    Germany’s Alt-Right Loves This Fake Map

    Germany’s Alt-Right Loves This Fake Map

    By Crofton Black and Abigail Fielding-Smith, The Bureau of Investigative JournalismLast year, an anonymously-produced map started to make its way around German social media. It claimed to show viewers the spread of “refugee and migra...

    An anonymously-produced map—with links to a pro-Trump and pro-Putin account—says it shows the spread of ‘refugee and migrant crime’ in Germany. Don’t trust it.

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    Marked with a cross of black ash on the forehead, Catholics pray during an Ash Wednesday Mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle February 22, 2012 in Washington, DC. Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, the 40-day penitential period before Easter when Christians celebrate Christ's resurrection from the dead. One of seven Ash Wednesday services at the cathedral, the noontime mass was packed with worshippers, leaving many to stand in the back and the aisles of St. Matthew.

    The Greatest Myths About Lent


    The Greatest Myths About Lent


    Lent officially begins this Wednesday, March 1. To outsiders, this period of penance and reflection can seem like one of the most austere and “medieval” of Christian practices. But while Lent’s roots are ancient (the regulations about Lent date ba...

    From its actual length to its less than obvious origins, everything you wanted to know about this sacred Christian period of penance and reflection.

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    A member of the Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation) paramilitaries, walks next to a sinkhole, known as the Khasfah (an Arabic word for a crack or a hole that opens up in the ground), in the village of Athbah, south of Mosul on February 26, 2017.

    Revealed: An Enormous ISIS Mass Grave

    Revealed: An Enormous ISIS Mass Grave

    NEAR MOSUL, Iraq — Even before it became the scene of the Islamic State's greatest crime, the Khasfa sinkhole stood out among the crevasses that pockmark the uneven desert plains west of Mosul.
Villagers from the surrounding hamlets could not...

    As many as 4,000 “enemies” of the so-called Islamic State were murdered and thrown into a huge sinkhole off the Baghdad-Mosul highway.

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    Ak-47 in America

    Israeli AK-47s To Flood the U.S. Market?

    Israeli AK-47s To Flood the U.S. Market?

    KIRYAT GAT, Israel—On a balmy Friday afternoon last fall outside Tel Aviv, at a high-end restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the individuals responsible for bringing one of the world’s best-known brands into the 21st century were seated ...

    An Israeli company with close connections to the country’s elite special forces has been licensed by Russia to produce assault rifles in America.

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    Nazi Spy of 1000 faces

    The Nazi Spy with 1,000 Faces

    The Nazi Spy with 1,000 Faces

    “Col. Fritz du Quesne, a fugitive from justice, is wanted by His Majesty’s government for trial on the following charges: Murder on the high seas; the sinking and burning of British ships; the burning of military stores, warehouses, coaling statio...

    “Come and get me,” he taunted authorities, but this spy and killer could not be taken down—until his Nazi spy masters slipped up.

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    Cartel Land

    Turning Back the Immigration Tide

    Turning Back the Immigration Tide

    TIJUANA, Mexico—Guadalupe Olivas Valencia was deported to Mexico on Tuesday morning. He was handed the last of his possessions in a clear U.S. government-issued plastic bag, and dropped off in Tijuana, at the international border dividing the Unit...

    Fear is spreading in Mexico and in the United States as Trump’s immigration crackdown continues. For some, death is better than deportation.

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    Ak-47 in America

    Israeli AK-47s To Flood the U.S. Market?

    Israeli AK-47s To Flood the U.S. Market?

    KIRYAT GAT, Israel—On a balmy Friday afternoon last fall outside Tel Aviv, at a high-end restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the individuals responsible for bringing one of the world’s best-known brands into the 21st century were seated ...

    An Israeli company with close connections to the country’s elite special forces has been licensed by Russia to produce assault rifles in America.

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    U.S.

    Jewish Cemetery Damage in Philly

    Dread at a Desecrated Jewish Cemetery

    Dread at a Desecrated Jewish Cemetery

    PHILADELPHIA—When Rebecca Subar was 8 years old she joined her parents on a trip Israel to visit a sacred place that had been off limits to her Israeli-Jewish family for nearly two decades: the gravesite of her great-grandparents, who had migrated...

    A second attack in as many weeks has opened old wounds among Jews in Philadelphia, wounds that were inflicted decades ago half a world away.

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    Private Prison sued for free labor

    Private Prison Sued for 'Forced Labor'

    Private Prison Sued for 'Forced Labor'

    The nation’s second largest private prison company is facing some serious legal challenges—and other companies may soon be in the same situation.On Monday, a federal judge ruled that current and former detainees held at an immigrant detention cent...

    As many as 60,000 current and former detainees may join a class-action suit against one of the nation’s largest private prison companies over unpaid labor.

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    I'd Never Take Trump's Hair Growth Drug

    I'd Never Take Trump's Hair Growth Drug

    By Bruce HorovitzWhile popping my daily dose of pills the other day—you know, the drugs guys over 60 often take to try to squeeze out another decade or two—I stumbled across a news story describing the drugs President Donald Trump takes, according...

    The president and I take the same daily regimen of drugs—except one.

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    Jewish Cemetery Damage in Philly

    Dread at a Desecrated Jewish Cemetery

    Dread at a Desecrated Jewish Cemetery

    PHILADELPHIA—When Rebecca Subar was 8 years old she joined her parents on a trip Israel to visit a sacred place that had been off limits to her Israeli-Jewish family for nearly two decades: the gravesite of her great-grandparents, who had migrated...

    A second attack in as many weeks has opened old wounds among Jews in Philadelphia, wounds that were inflicted decades ago half a world away.

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    Kwauhuru Govan is restrained by court officers during an outburst after his arrest for the cold case murder of Rashawn Brazell, in New York, Feb. 22, 2017. Brazell's headless remains were found in trash bags in a subway tunnel and at a recycling plant in 2005; Govan was already in custody for another killing, in 2004

    Is This Brooklyn’s Jack the Ripper?

    Is This Brooklyn’s Jack the Ripper?

    Police say Kwauhuru Govan might be a serial killer.Govan says he “can’t dissect a frog,” let alone be responsible for the grisly New York City murders with which he was charged on Wednesday.In February 2004, police found 17-year-old Sharabia Thoma...

    Police say Kwauhuru Govan kidnapped and dismembered neighborhood teens before disappearing in the mid-2000s—but he says he wouldn’t hurt a fly.

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    Elixabeth Greenfield

    America's First Black Pop Star

    America's First Black Pop Star

    By Adam Gustafson, Instructor in Music, Pennsylvania State UniversityIn 1851, a concert soprano named Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield embarked on a national tour that upended America’s music scene.In antebellum America, operatic and concert songs were...

    How a former slave became the country’s first African American music sensation.

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    Tech

    FB gave to CPAC

    Why Is Facebook Helping Fund CPAC?

    Why Is Facebook Helping Fund CPAC?

    A pillar of famously liberal Silicon Valley is underwriting Washington’s biggest gathering of conservatives.Sources with direct knowledge of the matter tell The Daily Beast that Facebook made a six-figure contribution to CPAC, the yearly conferenc...

    The company caught all kinds of flak for its role in the 2016 election. But that isn’t stopping it from bankrolling a huge, often-controversial conservative confab.

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    LA

    Russian Arrested for Hacking in L.A.

    Russian Arrested for Hacking in L.A.

    A federal investigation into a Russian cybercrime ring led Secret Service agents to the doorstep of a 29-year-old Los Angeles man the United States calls an “extremely sophisticated and well-connected cybercriminal” who allegedly used malware to s...

    Alexander Tverdokhlebov, described as an ‘extremely sophisticated and well-connected cybercriminal,’ allegedly robbed thousands of U.S. bank accounts.

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    Inside the ISIS drone factory

    ISIS’s Drone Papers Revealed

    ISIS’s Drone Papers Revealed

    This report was originally published by The Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point.By Don Rassler, Muhammad al-’Ubaydi, Vera MirnovaMuch has been made of the Islamic State drone threat ever since the group killed two Kurdish soldiers in October...

    At a former jihadist-run facility in Mosul, Iraq, researchers uncovered a cache of documents that show how the so-called Islamic State buys, builds, and deploys unmanned aircraft.

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    Uber

    #DeleteUber Activists Hail CEO Decision

    #DeleteUber Activists Hail CEO Decision

    Activists in the quickly mobilized effort to oppose Uber were celebrating Thursday evening after their message finally broke through.Less than a week after a massively successful social media campaign using the hashtag #DeleteUber implored users t...

    The creator of the movement called Travis Kalanick’s exit from the president’s economic council a ‘crushing victory’—but said it’s not yet time for people to start using the app again.

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    LA

    Russian Arrested for Hacking in L.A.

    Russian Arrested for Hacking in L.A.

    A federal investigation into a Russian cybercrime ring led Secret Service agents to the doorstep of a 29-year-old Los Angeles man the United States calls an “extremely sophisticated and well-connected cybercriminal” who allegedly used malware to s...

    Alexander Tverdokhlebov, described as an ‘extremely sophisticated and well-connected cybercriminal,’ allegedly robbed thousands of U.S. bank accounts.

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    Russian super hacker wants to be Trump's Chelsea Manning

    Will Trump Free a Russian Superhacker?

    Will Trump Free a Russian Superhacker?

    The Federal Detention Center near Seattle is home to 563 men and women who are all waiting for something. Some are accused criminals approaching trial, others are immigrants facing deportation, a few are serving a sentence and waiting for their re...

    A Putin ally and his criminal son bet big on Trump winning the White House. Will the new president reward their faith in him?

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    Reddit Bans Alt-Right Group

    Reddit Bans Alt-Right Group

    Reddit, the enormous online community-run forum, announced on Wednesday night that it was banning the white nationalist subreddit r/altright, due to “posting of personal information,” otherwise known as doxxing.“Reddit is the proud home to some of...

    The company, once a haven for right wing extremism, is cracking down on the hub of white nationalists—right after its founder blasted Trump’s ban on immigrants and refugees.

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    Unlocking ALS

    Paralyzed Patients Speak for First Time

    Paralyzed Patients Speak for First Time

    Imagine what it would be like to be fully conscious and aware of your surroundings, but trapped inside a paralyzed body, not only unable to move, but unable to communicate in any way, for the rest of your life. Unable to express feelings, thoughts...

    When a new brain-computer interface reached the thoughts of completely locked-in patients for the first time ever, it found them engaged and happy to be alive.

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    Russian super hacker wants to be Trump's Chelsea Manning

    Will Trump Free a Russian Superhacker?

    Will Trump Free a Russian Superhacker?

    The Federal Detention Center near Seattle is home to 563 men and women who are all waiting for something. Some are accused criminals approaching trial, others are immigrants facing deportation, a few are serving a sentence and waiting for their re...

    A Putin ally and his criminal son bet big on Trump winning the White House. Will the new president reward their faith in him?

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    Arts + Culture

    The View from Upstairs

    The Forgotten Gay Disco Inferno

    The Forgotten Gay Disco Inferno

    That was then, but is it now? We are invited to ponder that question by Max Vernon in the off-Broadway musical he has penned and scored, The View UpStairs, which centers on the deadliest attack on a gay venue prior to the Orlando Pulse nightclub m...

    In June 1973, an act of arson that torched the UpStairs Lounge in the French Quarter of New Orleans killed 32 people. A new play revisits an overlooked tragedy.

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    Sessions

    Trump’s Anti-Trans Plan Will Backfire

    Trump’s Anti-Trans Plan Will Backfire

    It’s widely known that the Trump administration has overturned Obama-era protections for transgender students. It’s less well known that the way it did so, emphasizing states’ rights, was a gigantic tactical mistake that is going to blow up in the...

    States’ rights used to be a conservative value. In the Trump age, it’s a liberal one.

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    Oscars

    They Won The Oscars Red Carpet

    They Won The Oscars Red Carpet

    At the Oscars, Ruth Negga was regal in red, and ACLU ribbon, Dakota Johnson was in Gucci gold, and the men--hello Pharrell--wore some very suave tuxes.

    At the Oscars, Ruth Negga was regal in red, and ACLU ribbon, Dakota Johnson was in Gucci gold, and the men--hello Pharrell--wore some very suave tuxes.

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    Getting it on

    Is This the Best Sex Ed Book Ever?

    Is This the Best Sex Ed Book Ever?

    Like many young men of the suburbs who grew up in the ’90s without a strong cohort of friends, I spent large portions of my youth at the cafe in my local Barnes and Noble. Mine was on Old York Road in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, kitty-corner to a Sa...

    Teenagers’ ignorance and inexperience about sex is matched only by the mountains of misinformation they contend with. Lucky for them, Paul Joannides is here to help.

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    Sessions

    Trump’s Anti-Trans Plan Will Backfire

    Trump’s Anti-Trans Plan Will Backfire

    It’s widely known that the Trump administration has overturned Obama-era protections for transgender students. It’s less well known that the way it did so, emphasizing states’ rights, was a gigantic tactical mistake that is going to blow up in the...

    States’ rights used to be a conservative value. In the Trump age, it’s a liberal one.

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    Beauty Secrets of Red Carpet

    Secrets of the Oscar Red Carpet Stylists

    Secrets of the Oscar Red Carpet Stylists

    Last year, it was Alicia Vikander in a buttercup yellow Louis Vuitton dress that had everyone talking, with the Oscar winner crowned fashion’s breakout red carpet star.This year, all eyes are on Best Actress nominee Emma Stone, who is one of the f...

    There are beautiful dresses, outrageous dresses, and just plain awful dresses. The stylists dressing the stars reveal how to get it right, and the sartorial minefields to avoid.

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    On the Exhale

    The Shocking Play Inspired By Sandy Hook

    The Shocking Play Inspired By Sandy Hook

    Watching actress Marin Ireland in the one-woman show On the Exhale, you find it hard to breathe. For much of the short play, the emotion is so intense that (despite the title) you don’t want to inhale or exhale.In this play about the horror—and fa...

    The murders of 20 children and six staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 has inspired ‘On The Exhale,’ a gripping play by Martin Zimmerman, with Marin Ireland supplying a tou...

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    Lost Masterpiece

    $20M Heist at the World’s Biggest Party

    $20M Heist at the World’s Biggest Party

    As anyone who has ever watched a good art heist flick knows, the key is in the planning. First, you need to assemble a trustworthy team with a variety of useful skills. You need to choose your targets…and ensure they’re portable. Then, figure out ...

    In 2006, thieves took advantage of the bustle of the Rio Carnival, stealing five major works of art from a museum and ending up on the FBI’s Top Ten Art Crimes list.

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    Beauty Secrets of Red Carpet

    Secrets of the Oscar Red Carpet Stylists

    Secrets of the Oscar Red Carpet Stylists

    Last year, it was Alicia Vikander in a buttercup yellow Louis Vuitton dress that had everyone talking, with the Oscar winner crowned fashion’s breakout red carpet star.This year, all eyes are on Best Actress nominee Emma Stone, who is one of the f...

    There are beautiful dresses, outrageous dresses, and just plain awful dresses. The stylists dressing the stars reveal how to get it right, and the sartorial minefields to avoid.

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