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Our National Security’s Millennial Problem

There are Millennials who possess a radically different take on secrecy laws than previous Americans.

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Our Way-Too-Early 2018 Oscar Predictions

Step right up and place your bets with our early Oscar picks.

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7 Questions About Waymo’s Self-Driving Cars From Revelations in its Safety Report

We thought in the future people would be cooler.

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MacArthur Reports Over $800K in Cash on Hand

Preparing for a challenge in 2018, MacArthur’s total fundraising comes in at about $1.2 million this year.

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With Election Looming, Bill de Blasio Expands Pre-K for Toddlers

The mayor is expanding full day early childhood education to three-year-olds in more school districts.

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Patch’s Local Advantage Makes Ad-Funded News Profitable 15 Months Straight

“If efficiencies of scale aren’t realized at local it’s going to be really hard to get local coverage in a lot of communities.”

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Trump Takes on NBC, Threatens to ‘Challenge Their License’

Is the president planning to attack NBC’s broadcasting rights?

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Alicia Keys’ Meditation Whisperer Explains How to Start Beditation

At the Museum of Modern Art’s morning meditation series, the Oprah-approved expert explained how to escape the 24-hour news cycle.

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Three-Quarters of Americans Are Self-Medicating Pain

America is in the middle of a pain epidemic, we need to stop stigmatizing those who are suffering.

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In Oprah’s New Show, Mass Incarceration Hits Home

In 45-minute episodes, the show presents autobiographical portraits of formerly incarcerated inmates, starting from when they walk out of prison for the first time.

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Watch the New ‘Justice League’ Trailer Right Here and Decide if It’s Terrible or Not

Watch the new ‘Justice League’ trailer right here.

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New York City to Sue State For Withholding Funds for Public Hospitals

The city says that the state did not indicate that it would withhold funding for low-income and uninsured patients in public hospitals.

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John Kelly’s Personal Cellphone May Have Been Compromised

The revelation comes amid an internal White House probe over private email servers and a changed global landscape defined by cyber-warfare.

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Swamp Levels Rise: More Private Plane Corruption Comes to Light

American taxpayers felt the ramifications of Zinke’s negligence long before he was spending their money to fly private.

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Bell, Corrado Sworn Into NJ Senate

Democrat Colin Bell and Republican Kristin Corrado are New Jersey’s newest state senators.

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Politics Reporter Mounts State Senate Bid in Brooklyn

A top New York politics reporter is looking to unseat an incumbent Brooklyn senator in Bay Ridge.

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Hugh Hefner Is Gone (RIP), It’s Time for Bunnies to Revolt

These little feminist updates to the Playboy Bunny policy shouldn’t be a problem, right?

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Senate Autonomous Vehicle Legislation Does Near Zilch on Privacy

It’s probably already too late.

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Puerto Rican Evacuees Could Turn Florida From Red to Purple—or Blue

How much Trump helps Puerto Ricans will be remembered come election season.

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‘Ghosted’ Review and Live-Stream Details

Here’s all the ways you can watch the all new Fox comedy.

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