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 The G7 is getting back together this weekend

Get ready, France. President Trump is coming to upend another global summit.

The 3 best songs on Taylor Swift’s new album, Lover

"Cornelia Street" is Taylor Swift at her best.

It’s Kirsten Dunst vs. a pyramid scheme in her capitalism-skewering new Showtime series

On Becoming a God in Central Florida is great when it’s great and still pretty good when it’s bad.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent cancer treatment for the second time in a year

The justice recently completed radiation treatment for a tumor on her pancreas.

School picture day is stressful and expensive. Why do we do it?

Why do the over-priced, weirdly-posed portraits of our youth hold such sway over us now?

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The surprisingly great idea in Bernie Sanders’s Green New Deal: electric school buses

What happens next in the legal cases involving Jeffrey Epstein

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Tomi Lahren now has an athleisure line

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Fed Chair Jerome Powell says he can’t fix trade war’s damage to the economy

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Wildfires are burning around the world. The most alarming is in the Amazon rainforest.

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Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton abandons his presidential bid

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The “10,000-hour rule” was debunked again. That’s a relief.

DoorDash says it will roll out tipping changes to drivers sometime next month

Google says it’s making Chrome more private, but advertisers will still track you

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Colorado progressives aren’t clearing the field for John Hickenlooper

The right-wing populist wave is a threat to the climate

Why anti-abortion groups are backing away from abortion bans

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Mitch McConnell is calling on Democrats to keep the filibuster. He ignores just how much he’s done to blow up Senate rules.

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