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The Trump Commandments

How social conservatives justify
their defense of the president.

Google and Facebook Helped Campaigns Confuse Voters and Stoke Bigotry Before the Election

Uranus Will Be Way More Visible Than Normal Tonight

Why the Fall of Raqqa Doesn’t Feel Like Much of a Victory

What the Hell Happened to Val Kilmer in The Snowman?


Anything but Fox News

Former anchor Gretchen Carlson can’t talk about her case, but she has a lot to say about sexual harassment.

La Belle Sauvage
Is a Masterpiece

Fans of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials will
fall in love with his highly anticipated follow-up.

Gretchen Carlson on How to Stop Sexual Harassment and Why She Can’t Talk About Fox News

The First Volume of The Book of Dust Is a Masterpiece

Cities Have Debased Themselves in the Amazon HQ2 Reality Show

The Situation in Spain Is Getting Dangerous

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