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What’s Next for the Bill Cosby Sex-Assault Case?


A retrial is expected to bear similarities to the first trial, but there might be key differences that affect the outcome.

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Tracy K. Smith Is Named 22nd U.S. Poet Laureate


The Princeton University professor and Pulitzer Prize winner says she plans to bring poetry events “to parts of the country where literary festivals don’t always go.”

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Texas Movie Theater Chain Shrugs Off Criticism for Women-Only Screenings of ‘Wonder Woman’


The screenings, held by the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain, sparked anger online, but the company’s management responded by scheduling even more of the exclusive showings.

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Celebrating the Vibrant Lifestyle of Jean Stein


Family and longtime friends of the author and editor, who died on April 30, recall her remarkable social gatherings and her lively spirit.

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Artist Projects Emoluments Clause Onto Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.


Photos of artist Robin Bell’s projections, which included the phrase “Pay Trump Bribes Here,” quickly went viral on social media.

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Remembering Jean Stein


The author and editor led a life of letters and ideas that ranged from her tenure at the helm of the Paris Review to her recent study of mid-20th century Los Angeles to her classic take on model Edie Sedgwick. 

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Director Laura Poitras Learns Why She Was Being Detained at Airports


For six years, the “Citizenfour” filmmaker was repeatedly stopped at airports without explanation. Recently, a lawsuit uncovered the startling reason.

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Activists Dress in ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Robes to Protest Texas Abortion Legislation


Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel inspires a group of women to wear the book’s signature red robes to a Texas Senate meeting.

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New Art Installation/Hotel Comes With a View of the Bethlehem Wall


The secretive British street artist Banksy says his Walled-Off Hotel welcomes people from all over the world.

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Would Trump Let Oscar Winner Mahershala Ali Back Into the Country? (Video)


The “Moonlight” actor is the first Muslim to win an Oscar since the Academy Awards began in 1929. This comes just as Muslims are being “othered” by the president’s cronies.

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