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Kim Cattrall's depiction of the bold, provocative, openly sex-loving Samantha Jones on HBO's "Sex of the City" had viewer's jaws dropping throughout the '90s and into the early 2000s. But what drew the
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An activist’s controversial crusade against genetically modified crops. Early this spring, the Indian environmentalist Vandana Shiva led an unusual pilgrimage across southern Europe. Beginning in Greece,
Bazaar editors share the one lipstick shade they're constantly re-applying. Just like a fabulous pair of shoes, there's nothing a great lipstick can't fix. It can transform your look from day to night,
You could find him "wheeling a baby carriage on the streets of Bern, Switzerland, halting now and then, unmindful of the traffic around him, to scribble down some mathematical symbols in a notebook that
Unmanned drones have gotten a bad reputation in recent years. And with good reason, especially when the U.S. government is using them to kill people in distant countries with arguably little accountability.
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Down the rabbit hole in enchanting reimaginings. On July 4, 1862, English mathematician and logician Charles Dodgson boarded a small boat with a few friends. Among them was a little girl named Alice Liddell.