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Selfie Snapper Smashes $800K Pumpkin Sculpture at Hirschhorn Museum

An ill-executed selfie resulted in a crushed Yayoi Kusama sculpture at the Hirschhorn Museum.

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Are the Times A Changin’? Newly Minted Women Academy Members Chime In

As the newbies prepare to watch the first Oscars including their votes, shifting from outsider to insider status, the Observer contacted three accomplished first-time voters mining evidence of change in the making.

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NJ Governor’s Race 2017: The Week That Was (Feb 20 – Feb 26)

Kim Guadagno released her third wave of endorsements – another 102 GOP leaders – which brings her total to over 300.

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Hank Lyon Takes a Shot at NJ Assembly—and at BettyLou DeCroce

Upstart young conservative seeks seat at the table via familiar Morris GOP route—primarying and incumbent

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Who and What is Faena, The Cool Hotel Phenom?

Blade’s new partnership is bringing New Yorkers to Miami’s top spot and beyond, selfies included.

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Alan Colmes, Dead at 66, Represented a More Civil America

Rabbi Shmuley remembers the liberal television host and sparring partner for Sean Hannity

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Murphy Sweeps Union County, Making Him 2-0 on Opponents’ Turf

Phil Murphy won the unanimous endorsement of the Union County Democratic organization

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‘Legion’ Recap 1×03: Shall We Begin?

If you were hoping for Legion’s story to move forward in the present tense more than a few minutes in this episode, I have bad news for you.

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NYPD Commissioner Warns Trump Tower Security Costing City More Than $150K Per Day

In a letter to local members of Congress, James O’Neill warned that the NYPD spends at least $127,000 each day defending Trump Tower, while the FDNY will spend $4.5 million this year.

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Grand Inclusivity: Two Surveys of Swiss Avant-Garde Master

A look at two shows–in New York and Los Angeles–showcasing Swiss artist John Armleder’s work.

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The Top 11 Moments of LFW

What you missed in London…

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‘Billions’ Season Two Premiere Recap: Good Money

As far as establishing stakes are concerned, ‘Billions’ Season Two has come in hella high.

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Could Your Fitbit Data Be Used to Deny You Health Insurance?

Soon, wearable fitness devices will be able to diagnose diseases. Could that lead insurers to deny coverage to people based on their data alone?

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In Trump Era, Islam’s Tolerance Helps Restless Activist Survive

Activist Blair Imani talks about wearing hijabs in the Trump era, her activism beginnings and her future.

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Journalists Stand Up to Trump, Declare That Media Is ‘Not the Enemy’

Using the hashtag #NotTheEnemy, reporters and ordinary citizens took to Twitter to share stories of journalists killed doing their jobs.

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Manhattan Congresswoman Warns GOP Repeal of Obamacare Will Hurt Seniors

Carolyn Maloney said the Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act would adversely impact seniors.

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Nice Guys Do Sex Differently

Feeling completely awkward I frantically covered myself up with a sheet while simultaneously juggling too many thoughts, was he attracted to me or not? Do nice guys just do it—the sex approach—differently?

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Chamber Trip: Christie Warns of Inflated Campaign Rhetoric From Potential Successors

“There’s examples on both sides. A little more stark on the Democratic side,” says Christie.

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Chamber Trip: Menendez Even-Keeled on Trump SCOTUS Pick, Harsh on Diplomatic Tack

Menendez talks SCOTUS and the diplomatic future of the U.S. under President Trump.

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KremlinGate Enters Uncharted Waters as Russian Links Overwhelm DC

New revelations of clandestine ties between the president and Moscow bring turmoil to the Oval Office.

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