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  She'd been offered $15,000 and a flight by a man posing as a photographer.
  A laptop ban on all international flights, Sri Lanka floods kill dozens, Texas moves towards restricting student voting, and more.
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  I asked the author if elites could do anything about it.
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  In the third and fourth episode, 'Twin Peaks: The Return' finds its strange sense of humor.
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  Jane Way is a gender fluid sex worker who uses "they" pronouns. They tell us why they love their job and what it was like coming out to their mom for the first time.
  In 1997, Doctors Without Borders' Christophe André was taken hostage in Chechnya. He escaped three months later. Graphic novelist Guy Delisle adapted André's...
  Assigning economic value to human life is nothing new in politics, but Iain Duncan Smith did it again recently in one of the worst interviews of the election cycle.
  Guy Ritchie's incoherent, possibly-about-Kabbalah gangster movie was panned by critics, but is it actually a misunderstood classic?
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  Froggy's high-spirited group of friends share everything, from magic coins to sporadic bike rides.
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