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Trump Saw Staffers of Color at White House, Assumed They Were Waiters, Book Says

When Democratic leaders brought a racially diverse group of staffers to a meeting, the former president assumed they were there to serve food

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Putin’s Empire Starts to Crumble

The Kremlin chooses to escalate the war in Ukraine with a dangerous gamble, but the signs of an unraveling are becoming clearer both at home and abroad


100 Best Songs of 1982

All-time classics, buried treasures, cult favorites, and one-hit wonders — from Prince and Duran Duran to Kate Bush and the Go-Go's to the Replacements and R.E.M.

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Accusers Speak Out

‘How Many Women Were Abused to Make That Tesla?’

Seven women are suing the Elon Musk-led company, alleging sexual harassment

What Happened in Vegas

Five Years Since the Route 91 Massacre No One Knows a Damn Thing

In 2017, a gunman opened fire on a Las Vegas country music festival. Today, traumatized survivors and victims’ loved ones still lack answers — even the official death toll is up for debate


‘Completely Abandoned’: Greyson Chance Is Finally Ready to Talk About Ellen

He went viral at 12 and shot to fame with the help of Ellen DeGeneres. Now 25, the singer opens up for the first time about how he's “never met someone more manipulative, more self-centered, and more blatantly opportunistic" than her

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Stephen Curry Is Putting It All on the Line

The NBA superstar has changed the game of basketball for the better. Now, can he help change America?

Best of Benito

The 50 Best Bad Bunny Songs

From his Soundcloud days to his rock experiments, here are the greatest hits from the Puerto Rican artist

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