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Prior to the publication of an ad-free glossy praising Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, A.M.I. reportedly asked if it should register as a foreign agent.

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But G.O.P. insiders see her already lurching toward a 2024 battle royale against Pence, Abbott, and god only knows who else.

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The young designer—a judge on the new Project Runway and already a favorite of Lady Gaga—celebrates another fashion week success.

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How One Day at a Time Crafted That Surprising Finale Twist

Show-runner Gloria Calderón Kellett explains Lydia’s about-face on a major, deeply emotional decision at the end of Season 3.

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Bruce McArthur, Toronto’s Accused Landscaper Killer, and the Long Road to Justice

A court sentenced the confessed murderer Friday, while the families of his victims and communities they came from continue to grapple with the effects of his crimes.

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Bryan Singer’s Red Sonja Paused Amid Sexual Abuse Allegations

Millennium Films has put the film—for which Singer would have reportedly been paid $10 million—on hold.

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Prince Philip Turned Over His License, But He Can Still Drive on Private Roads

After pleas from the Queen and Prince Charles, the 97-year-old royal came to the decision to hand in his license. Besides, he can still drive his beloved carriage.

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Kamala Harris Did Inhale

The presidential hopeful said as much during an interview with Charlamagne tha God, the radio host with a knack for coaxing great performances from Democratic politicians.

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At the Desert X Kickoff, Coachella Valley Becomes an Art World Hot Spot Once Again

The second edition of the contemporary art biennial features site-specific work from 18 artists, among them Jenny Holzer and Sterling Ruby, spread across the desert near Palm Springs. V.F. was on the scene at the unveiling celebrations.

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With The Devil in the White City, Hulu Comes for Netflix’s Crown

An unforgettable true-crime story and Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese as executive producers make this the streamer’s highest-profile get since The Handmaid’s Tale.

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Amy Klobuchar: You Bet Your Ass I’m a Tough Boss

The Minnesota senator and 2020 candidate addresses the “abuse” rumors head-on.

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Can the 2019 Oscars Be Saved?

From the doomed “popular” Oscar to its inability to find a host, it’s been a year of unforced errors for the Academy. With less than two weeks to go until film’s biggest night, will the show prevail?

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Inside the Palace Fallout Over Meghan Markle’s Leaked Letter

After a letter the duchess wrote to her father, Thomas Markle, leaked to the press, friends and Palace insiders are worried about her emotional well-being.

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Michael Jackson Estate Slams “Disgraceful” Leaving Neverland Again

The estate claims the doc, which accuses Jackson of sexually abusing children, didn’t do enough to get a response from Jackson’s camp.

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Of Course the Bezos Dick-Pic Imbroglio Has a Trump Connection

Lauren Sanchez’s Trump-loving brother is said to be “ground zero” of the Enquirer scandal.

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Seth Moulton, Pelosi Critic, Is Still Thinking About Running for President

With big names in the Democratic primary already faltering, the obscure types are flooding into the ring.

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