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A whole set of little-known procedures are ready to be launched when Queen Elizabeth II passes away.
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Trust, arguably more than ever, is Silicon Valley's most coveted feature now. And blunders coming from tech's biggest companies now feel more unsettling.
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"The Incredibles 2" opens in theaters on June 15th, 2018.
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As he approaches the finale of "Dancing With The Stars," Frankie Muniz's biggest fans contemplate his life and career.
For some people, jumping out a plane 19,000 feet above the earth is just another day.
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Defending Monica Lewinsky did not make me any friends.
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Rwandans fight to make their country the safest place in East Africa for LGBTI people.
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In the United States, the richest 1 percent have seen their share of national income roughly double since 1980, to 20 percent in 2014 from 10 percent. This trend, combined with slow productivity growth, has resulted in stagnant living standards for most Americans. What's behind it, and what's not?
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The surprisingly fascinating question of what, exactly, is movie blood.
Space. The final frontier. Lousy with big, lifeless rocks hurtling through the void at thousands of kilometers an hour. Why not learn about the names, paths and estimated values of our tiny galactic neighbors?
The former Trump campaign chief made huge payments to home improvement companies when his renovation work was estimated at far less.
Deloy Oberlin didn't know how much time his wife had left, but he knew he wanted to spend their final days fulfilling her last wish.
Disruptions and delays have roiled the system this year. But the crisis was long in the making, fueled by a litany of errors, a Times investigation shows.
Half of all American women work at a restaurant at some point in their lives, and there's a proven way to reduce the industry's shocking level of harassment.
A new lawsuit focuses on a district whose governing board is dominated by ultra-Orthodox Jews who send their kids to private schools.
There are a lot of dumb things about the NFL, but allow SB Nation's Jon Bois to explain why the kickoff, while one of the most benign, is also one of the dumbest.
"Obviously I was scared that ISIS would find out where I was and kill me, but I was more worried about the horrible things they would do to my family."
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Zimbabwe is one of the most corrupt countries in the world, and the latest military coup is meant to keep it that way.
You probably know how addictive and deadly opioids like fentanyl are. But there's more than one way to measure dangerousness.
Most of us heard, and then gleefully repeated, our first Uranus jokes during childhood. But what was the first Uranus joke?
"It is entirely possible to meet the nutrient requirements of individual humans with carefully crafted, unsupplemented plant-based rations, but this can be a challenge to achieve for an entire population."
Does the idea of a motorcycle saw wheel make any sense? No, it does not. Is it fun to watch? Hell yeah.
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