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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus continues an American pop cultural tradition. We explore its history. [Read More]
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Alabama Sen. Luther Strange on Tuesday looked to support from President Donald Trump to help carry him to the victory — or at least a runoff — in the Alabama Senate Republican primary, while his GOP rivals continued to batter him as the candidate of the so-called Washington establishment. Alabama... [Read More]
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OPINION| Trump aside, both parties have issues with race to deal with. [Read More]
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Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. [Read More]
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The Dodgers are on pace to win 115 games, which is one shy of the MLB record. Should LA go for the all-time record? #TheRally... [Read More]
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Protein seems to be the nutrient du jour. Humans need it to help repair cells and encourage healthy growth and development, and it's plentiful in eggs, quinoa, chicken and fish. Now, regular foods aren't the only places you'll find it. There are also a wide variety of protein powders—whey, hemp, soy, pea and more—that you…... [Read More]
The first president got his first slaves at age 11. [Read More]
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One woman has been arrested for helping to topple a Confederate statue in Durham, N.C. Monday.Takiya Thompson was arrested Tuesday, one day after protesters brought down a 100-year-old Confederate statue, ... [Read More]
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In the wake of this weekend's rally in Charlottesville, Va., white nationalists reportedly plan to gather in Lexington to oppose the planned removal of Confederate statues. ... [Read More]
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Sally Nabil visited to Awamiya in Saudi Arabia, which has been devastated by demolitions and fighting. [Read More]
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Marshawn Lynch was considering a departure from his usual form of not speaking with the media, but he ultimately decided against that. [Read More]
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John Heard, the Home Alone movie star found dead in a Palo Alto, Calif., hotel room last month, died of natural causes — a heart attack, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office said Tuesday. [Read More]
Christina El Moussa has finally submitted her divorce documents — six months after ex Tarekfiled and requested spousal support. In the court documents, which have been obtained by PEOPLE, the Flip of Flop star, 34, cites "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split from Tarek, 35, and requests joint legal and physical custody of their daughter Taylor, 6, and son Brayden, who turns 2 on Aug. 20. [Read More]
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In remarks about Charlottesville, President Trump falsely equated "alt-left" violence with the killing of Heather Heyer. [Read More]
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Amazon is rolling out pickup points in the United States where shoppers can retrieve items immediately after ordering them, shortening delivery times from hours to minutes, the company said on Tuesday.

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday claimed he delayed a statement explicitly condemning white supremacists and neo-Nazis because it took him "a little while to get the facts" about violence that erupted at a white nationalist rally. But the President's record suggests he is far from concerned about accuracy in such matters. Trump has been quick to cry "radical Islamic terrorism," one of his favorite rhetorical devices, even when authorities have not drawn public conclusions on the matter and sometimes eventually conclude the precise opposite. In June 2016, Trump claimed the gunman who killed dozens at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, "shouted... [Read More]
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By requiring San Francisco and other California communities to allow federal immigration agents into their jails and give them 48 hours' notice of certain immigrants' release from custody, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is defying Congress, the Constitution and the standards of good law enforcement, A lawsuit by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, filed in federal court late Monday, contains some of the same legal arguments that San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera presented in a suit against Sessions on Friday: that the Trump administration is illegally restricting Justice Department financial grants by attaching immigration conditions that Congress never... [Read More]
Marvin Bagley III's addition to the Duke basketball team was made official when the school announced that Bagley signed a financial aid agreement Tuesday. [Read More]
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Michael Bennett may not be the only Seattle Seahawk kneeling for the national anthem this season. [Read More]
Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall said his players "stand united" after the riots in Charlottesville. [Read More]
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