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Trump's lawyer defended him by saying you can't rape a spouse. That's not true.
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Meet Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach
Bernie Sanders says he’s a socialist. His old socialist buddies say... not so much.
How a white, 62-year-old divorcee reinvented himself as a hip-hop dance star
Why Hillary Clinton’s numbers are down in the states that matter
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Watch this crazy video of a semi-truck’s record-breaking jump
Cara Delevingne explainer: Who is she and how did she get the lead in "Paper Towns"?
Watch this white-knuckle jumbo jet landing in tenacious Amsterdam wind storm
Meet the 26-year-old who has become a critical piece of Trump's inner political circle
In its next move, Amazon could turn to physical grocery stores
Gun control? Americans increasingly see guns as the solution, not the problem.
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Go ahead and pee on San Francisco’s walls. They’ll pee right back on you.
Confused by the chaos in Turkey? Here's a guide to whom Turkey is and isn't fighting:…
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Marine experts say missing Fla. teenagers should not have been alone offshore
As of today, 559 people have been shot and killed by on-duty police officers in 2015…
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Who should play Doctor Who? Former Time Lord Sylvester McCoy says it should always be a man.
When his biographers asked if he had a final message for kids, Dr. Seuss wrote this answer. (Scan courtesy of Judith Morgan) #DrSeuss
A bus driver in the #NoMa neighborhood. The photographer asks: “Could I still love my home town? I’d say the answer is a qualified yes. We’re not done transforming yet. Maybe we all see what we want to see.” (Photo by @billcrandall)
IKEA’s gorgeous vision of the future kitchen is a big lie
Watch Patrick Stewart explain why whales need snot-collecting robots
Who was Dr. Seuss?: How a rebellious frat boy reinvented children’s literature

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