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Mahershala Ali Talks Balancing Work To Support His Wife's Time For Her Career
The award-winning actor said he considers the "balance" of his family when deciding on accepting the next role.
Barbra Streisand: 'Liar Is Not Enough Of A Word' To Describe Donald Trump
"I mean he’s so stupid! He’s so ill-informed ... There must be a bigger word for someone who lies about everything.”
People Love This Girl's 'Incredibly Charming' Story About Finding An Ancient Sword In A Lake
"I felt like a warrior, but Daddy said I looked like Pippi Longstocking," the 8-year-old says in The Guardian.
Stormy Daniels Claims Hillary Clinton Called Donald Trump, They Talked About 'Our Plan'
The former porn star used a video game reference to describe Trump's penis and alleged he offered to cheat for her in "The Apprentice."
The Guardian Printed A List Of 34,361 Refugees Who Died Trying To Reach Europe
Over 300 of the refugees reportedly died by suicide.
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Chelsea Clinton: Trump Degrades 'What It Means To Be An American'
The 38-year-old philanthropist didn't hold back in her interview with The Guardian.
Already Threatened Polar Bears Face Food Shortage Crisis Amid Climate Change
We're certainly not making it easier for them.
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World's Oceans Were Hottest On Record In 2017, Study Finds
"The long-term warming trend driven by human activities continued unabated," researchers said.
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Senior UN Officials Under Investigation For Alleged Sexual Harassment: Reports
One of the men has reportedly been suspended, while the other remains in his post.
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The United Nations Has Its Own Sexual Harassment Problem, New Report Says
A new story sheds light on the systematic issues it says allow sexual harassment and abuse to go largely unchecked.
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Elena Ferrante To Write Column For The Guardian's Weekend Magazine
The pseudonymous author's first piece will be on first love.
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New Details Emerge About The Attack In Niger That Killed 4 U.S. Soldiers
A new report suggests the soldiers were greatly overpowered in an hours-long assault by militants.
Richard Spencer Tries To Explain To A Black Journalist Why Slavery Was Good, Fails Miserably
Spencer told The Guardian's Gary Younge he's proud of slavery though it had "bad consequences."
Russian Radio Journalist Stabbed In Neck Amid Anti-Media Violence
“The amount of aggression directed towards liberal journalists in this country from state media and elsewhere is overwhelming and non-stop.”
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U.S. Government Drastically Undercounted The Number Of Civilians Killed By Cops In 2015
By Ronnie Cohen, Reuters
U.S. police killed 1,166 people - more than three a day - in 2015, but an official government count missed a majority of the deaths, a new study shows.
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Muslim Surgeon Who Treated Manchester Attack Victims Stabbed In Hate Crime
Dr. Nasser Kurdy said he has "totally forgiven" his assailant.
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Queer Groups Condemn Study Claiming Computers Can Tell If You're Gay From Photos
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They're not here for the "dangerously bad" research.
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USDA Says They Never Told Staff To Use 'Weather Extremes' Instead Of 'Climate Change'
But email correspondence just after the inauguration indicates otherwise.
A Solid Morning Routine Is The Key To Your Long-Term Success
Founder at Alltopstartups.com and Curator at Postanly.com
A successful day begins with a purposeful morning. A lot has been written about the power of your morning routine to set
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'Body Slam' Candidate Issues Lengthy Apology To Reporter He Attacked
"I made a mistake and humbly ask for your forgiveness," wrote Montana Republican Greg Gianforte.
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The Guardian: UK's Nigel Farage 'Person Of Interest' In FBI Russia Investigation
By Kate Holton, Reuters
Farage said on Twitter it had taken him a long time to read the Guardian article because he was “laughing so much at this fake news.”
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