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Here‘s How the New Harry Potter Mobile Game Wants to Turn the World Into Your Own Personal Hogwarts

"Your letter has finally arrived"

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Republicans Are Offering Children‘s Health Insurance in a Short-Term Budget Deal. But Trump Doesn‘t Want That

Trump favors making the children‘s health insurance program part of "a long term" deal

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Amazon‘s New Headquarters Will Be in One of These 20 Cities

The e-commerce giant has settled on a list of finalists for what‘s being called HQ2

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A Woman Called Police About a Dead Body in Her Home Then Led Them on a Car Chase

A body has not been found

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New Florida High-Speed Train Kills 4th Person

Police said the train struck a bicyclist days after killing a 32-year-old woman

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Pope Francis Performs First Airborne Papal Wedding During Flight in Chile

He married two flight attendants from Chile

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Dylan Farrow Calls on Actors Who Worked With Woody Allen to ‘Acknowledge Their Complicity‘

She spoke on ‘CBS This Morning‘

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Haitians Are No Longer Eligible for Temporary Work Visas in the U.S.

Belize and Samoa were also dropped from the list

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President Trump Denies Changing His Mind About the Border Wall

He‘s pushing back against his own chief of staff

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Why China Will Beat Tesla in the Electric Car Race

From a cursory look at the recent news from Tesla, a casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that the dream of transitioning the world to electric vehicles has stalled. The Tesla brand is more closely associated with electric vehicles than any other, and in the past year the company has struggled to deliver the

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A Year Ago, They Marched. Now a Record Number of Women Are Running for Office

One year ago, millions of women protested in the streets. Now there are more women running for office than ever before.

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There Are Six Very Good Reasons to Go to the Movies This January

When it comes to smaller, independent films-including labors of love, pictures whose makers have fought for years to bring to life-January could go down as a mini golden age of cinema. The range of extraordinary new films you can see right now in theaters, or even on , is unusually vast. Unlike last year at

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Even Chris Hemsworth Can‘t Give 12 Strong the Momentum It Needs

The most thrilling elements of Nicolai Fuglsig‘s based-on-real-events war drama 12 Strong are, in ascending order, Chris Hemsworth, Michael Pea, Michael Shannon and horses. If you have an affinity for any or all of those things, the movie is at least tolerable. But it‘s hard to shake the feeling that 12 Strong-based on Doug Stanton‘s

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Sharon Stone Is the Reason to Watch Steven Soderbergh‘s Interactive Mosaic

The director Steven Soderbergh is the most restlessly creative force in Hollywood. But despite the successes of his classically built big-screen entertainments such as Traffic and last year‘s Logan Lucky, he keeps chasing difficult work-like the experimental drama Bubble or the black-and-white noir The Good German. His new HBO series, Mosaic, presents the auteur in

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Swedish Band First Aid Kit Pays Homage to American Rock on Ruins

Swedes have been quietly responsible for shaping the sound of pop in the U.S. for decades, from the glory days of Abba in the 1970s to the contemporary songwriter Max Martin, who has penned hits for Britney Spears and Taylor Swift. The history of roots music in America, meanwhile, is mostly homegrown. One noteworthy exception:

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Tune-Yards‘ New Album Brings a Political Message to the Dance Floor

The Oakland, Calif.-based artist Merrill Garbus has earned acclaim as the frontwoman of the musical project Tune-Yards, developing an eclectic, percussive sound that incorporates everything from Afrobeat to the ukulele. On their fourth album, I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life, out Jan. 19, Garbus and her longtime collaborator Nate Brenner dig deeper

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Death Cleaning to Hygge: These Books Want to Be the Next Marie Kondo

If you haven‘t yet learned the definition of hygge, don‘t sweat-the world will have moved on twice before you do. Thanks to concepts like hygge, lykke and lagom, bookstore browsing has become an exercise in translation, with more and more covers boasting foreign catchphrases as prescriptions for a new and happier lifestyle. Following the outsize

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CNN‘s Van Jones on Trump‘s First Year, Martin Luther King Jr. and Activism

The TV pundit and former Obama green-jobs adviser talks the first year of Trump, civility in politics and big goals for his new CNN series How has President Trump done in his first year? Badly, if you would like the country to find common ground and solve problems together. He gave rich business interests a

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Baidu‘s Robin Li is Helping China Win the 21st Century

When Robin Li looks back at the question now, he can laugh. But things were different in 1992, when the Baidu CEO was a tongue-tied Chinese student applying for a computer-graphics graduate program in the U.S. The interviewing professor asked him, Do you have computers in China? It left the young man stunned. I was

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President Trump Heads to Pennsylvania Ahead of 2018‘s First Congressional Race

"We‘re in Trump country here," GOP candidate Rick Saccone said

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‘Is That Really Fair?‘ How Allegations About Aziz Ansari Are Sparking Debate About the #MeToo Movement

Many women and men say the allegations amount to an all-too-common instance of bad sex during a date gone awry

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After a Bogus Missile Warning, Hawaii‘s Lawmakers Ask Whether State or Federal Officials Should Be Sending Alerts

Hawaii is the only state in the nation with a pre-programmed alert that can be quickly sent to wireless devices

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Slow-Moving Winter Storm Leaves Lingering Effects in Southern States

North Carolina‘s five most populous cities all saw significant snow

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Rex Tillerson Says There Is Evidence That Sanctions Are ‘Really Starting to Hurt‘ North Korea

The U.S. Secretary of State said he was confident the pressure would eventually bring North Korea to the negotiating table

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