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O'Plérou Grebet, an artist from the Ivory Coast, learned to make emojis from (where else?) YouTube. [Read More]
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Chevron's multibillion-dollar write-down of gas assets is the most recent sign that the gas supply has far outstripped demand. [Read More]
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Andra Ursuta's glass sculptures, Brice Marden's latest paintings, portraits from Henry Taylor; Baseera Khan's photo-collage constructions; and Jill Mulleady's Neo-Surrealist works. [Read More]
The Tony Award winning actress reads an essay about a traumatic brain injury and the stranger it left behind. [Read More]
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An Arizona death row inmate was granted a new sentencing to consider evidence of childhood abuse. The justices examined whether that required a hearing in... [Read More]
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Everywhere you look, there are cleaner, more private and more inclusive loos. Thank social justice warriors. [Read More]
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He made python boots for Nureyev, black leather thigh-high boots for Jacqueline Onassis and platforms for Kate Moss that spelled out a vulgarity in crystals. [Read More]
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It took recent excavations to finally prove that the headgear depicted in hieroglyphic scenes was real and not iconographic. [Read More]
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Excessive sleeping or taking long naps was tied to an increased risk of having a stroke. [Read More]
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Federal prosecutors said the defendants operated BitClub Network, a bogus investment scheme that they promoted as "the most transparent company in the history of... [Read More]
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With an executive order, he makes clear that anti-Semitism is not to be tolerated. [Read More]
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A new executive order from President Trump is likely to further a policy that was already playing out in the Education Department's battles against bias... [Read More]
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A new effort in Oakland, Calif., matches hosts with people who were recently incarcerated to help them reintegrate after they're released. [Read More]
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El gobierno revolucionario ha hecho del periodismo independiente uno de sus mayores enemigos y ha acosado y perseguido a reporteros que solo hacen su trabajo:... [Read More]
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British election, Myanmar leader, Saudi Aramco: Here's what you need to know. [Read More]
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There are better solutions than wealth taxes, 'Medicare for all' or universal basic income. [Read More]
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The House Judiciary Committee will begin a two-day markup session to debate two articles of impeachment against President Trump, before they are sent to the... [Read More]
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Now that the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild and top critics' groups have weighed in, our columnist assesses the contenders. [Read More]
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Also this week, the U.N. climate talks in Madrid... [Read More]
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The deliberative, sometimes tedious process lets members of the Judiciary Committee propose changes to the articles of impeachment before voting to recommend them to the... [Read More]
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