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Republicans Use 'Nuclear Option' to Clear the Way for Gorsuch Confirmation

Senate Republicans used the “nuclear option” Thursday to change the chamber's rules and clear the way for the confirmation of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.<p>The rules change will enable Gorsuch to easily pass through the Senate with a simple majority instead of the …

Articles about 5 homes unbeatable views on Dwell.com - Dwell

These lakeside, riverside, and seaside homes embrace their proximity to water in a refreshing way.<p>Refresh your home for the summer season with these simple modern upgrades.<p>In this series, Sebastian Mariscal designs a home in Venice, California, that brings the outside in. We track the …

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The Week in Review: March Madness Gets Underway

Sixty-eight schools. An estimated 70 million tournament brackets completed. More than $1.15 billion in advertising. It must be March Madness, the period after football season and before baseball season, when NCAA Division I Basketball teams compete for the championship.<p>For more than two weeks the …

Getting Lost is Wonderful - Photographs and text by Massimiliano Pugliese | LensCulture

Obscurity as descent. An inner journey into unknown territories and mysterious dimensions—a place where darkness prevails.<p>The photographer Massimiliano Pugliese got lost deliberately in these enigmatic parallel landscapes in order to look for images that registered deeply within his memory and in …

The 2015 NCAA Tournament is going to be fantastic; here are 64 reasons why

Every March is great, but this March is shaping up to be extra special. Let's take a look at a bunch of reasons (64!) why.<p>The First Four is cool and all, and this year's quartet of opening games deserves credit for keeping us adequately occupied on Tuesday and Wednesday night, but let's be real: …