Lots of people are fuming about Nina, an upcoming biopic about legendary singer Nina Simone. According to its critics, the filmmakers butcher important parts of Simone's biography (in part, by attributing
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Though hyperbolic, this message appears to be resonating: In a time of anxiety about the country's economic future, the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll shows Sanders cutting into Hillary Clinton's
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By Alyssa Rosenberg Alyssa Rosenberg Opinion writer covering culture Email Bio Follow “We all know what we have to do. We have to not be quiet about it, we have to keep talking about it, we have to shame
App aims to broaden horizons from self-destructing messages with content from 11 partners including Comedy Central, MTV and People magazine Snapchat is aiming to become much more than a social media app
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