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Bill Cunningham on Bill Cunningham

nytimes.com - There’s nothing new about this idea. People had been photographing the street since the camera was invented. At the turn of the 20th century, the horse races were the big thing. Lartigue was just a...

‘Brexit’ Vote Roils Opposition Labour Party

nytimes.com - LONDON — It’s not just Britain’s ruling Conservative Party that is in turmoil after the nation voted last week to quit the European Union. The opposition Labour Party is restive, too, with festerin...

Once an alternate, Alex Naddour clinches men's gymnastics Olympic spot on emotional night

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usatoday.com - ST. LOUIS – Alex Naddour dismounted the pommel horse and pointed to where his wife and infant daughter sat together in the stands, his eyes welling as he completed his first event of the night. A c...

Q&A: How do you stop robocalls?

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usatoday.com - Kim Komando walks through some tricks you'll use over and over. USA TODAY, Kim Komando Stop robocalls and cell phone spam calls  Q. I heard you mention a way to stop robocalls on your national radi...

June political cartoons from the USA TODAY NETWORK

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usatoday.com - 1 Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about June political cartoons from the USA TODAY NETWORK The cartoonist’s homepage, pnj.com/opinion June political c...

Bart van Ouwerkerk

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What College Sports Recruiters Can Teach Your Child

well.blogs.nytimes.com - Most children who play team sports will not win a college scholarship. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t learn something from collegiate coaches who spend countless hours evaluating high school a...

The Marriage That Led to the Russian Track Team’s Olympic Ban

nytimes.com - “I trained for one year, and I start to hear things from other girls,” Yuliya says. “At the dining hall in the training camps, the girls were talking about the pills and the shots. This is what eve...

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E.U. Leaders Push for a Speedy Start to Britain’s Exit

nytimes.com - LONDON — European politicians on Sunday pressed Britain to launch the formal process of leaving the European Union, while new rifts emerged in the nation’s politics, underscoring a sense of drift o...

Pope Francis to Armenians: Seek Peace, but Never Forget Genocide

nytimes.com - ROME — Pope Francis on Saturday said that the world should never forget the suffering of the more than one million Armenians who were massacred a century ago during the final years of the Ottoman E...

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I Was on That Fateful Flight With Prince: A Protégée Tells Her Story

nytimes.com - LOS ANGELES — It’s the moment that Judith Hill has been replaying in her mind for the last two months: She was sitting on a plane with a man she loved, talking, having dinner, when suddenly he lost...

The Mom Who Wore Supreme

nytimes.com - A recent Thursday found me and a male friend huddled over his iPhone. It was 11 a.m. sharp, and the men’s skate-clothing label Supreme was having its weekly drop of new merchandise. My friend, a Su...

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‘We’re an Easy Target’: Taken In by the Trump Brand

nytimes.com - The sales pitches seeking to separate Cheryl Lankford from her money began during the recession as she struggled to get back on her feet after the death of her husband, an American soldier serving ...

Will Ersatz Dollars Satisfy Cash-Starved Zimbabweans?

nytimes.com - What do you do when your country is running out of cash? Zimbabwe’s A.T.M.s are empty. Long queues snake around banks, which have severely restricted daily withdrawals. No one wants to part with wh...

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Hyperloop may be a transportation leap too far

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usatoday.com - SAN FRANCISCO – In a white-board world, hyperloop sounds ideal. Take a sleek pod, place it in a vacuum-sealed tube and let it float frictionless above its rails using tested magnetic levitation, or...

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Is Selfie Culture Making Our Kids Selfish?

Can You Keep a Woman From Courting Your Elderly Dad?

Glenn Reynolds: Things don't have to be rotten

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'Brexit' generation split visible at Glastonbury Festival

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usatoday.com - PILTON, England — Revelers at the Glastonbury music festival here Saturday reflected the shock — and generation divide — that the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. "Both of our kids...

Donald Trump and R.N.C. See Common Foe: Rogue Delegates

Man in Iwo Jima Flag Photo Was Misidentified, Marine Corps Says

Trump Packs His Blunt Phrase Book Abroad

Democrats demand action on voting rights bill

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