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The Case Against Robert Menendez http://trib.al/OiQj2kX
The Democratic senator from New Jersey faces a long list of charges, centered on his mutually beneficial relationship with Dr. Salomon Melgen.
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Inside Vienna's Famous Coffee Houses http://trib.al/sEWsWGX
The history of Austria's capital is inconceivable without its coffee houses. The Blue Bottle Coffee House, which opened in 1686, was one of Europe's first. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, artists and philosophers would gather at Viennese coffee houses to read, work, and debate—some were so wed to the routine, mail carriers would deliver their letters directly to their preferred cafes. This short documentary, filmed by Orlando Gili and produ...
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Imagine living in a time and place with time to kill, browsing a bit of the shops, coffee al fresco: in the beautiful bygone world before the Nazis, the Clintons, and the NSA.
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What Video of the Germanwings Crash Could Reveal http://trib.al/I34sgFt
A week after the deadly plane crash, reports have emerged that the tragic events were captured on a cellphone, as questions persist about what Lufthansa knew of Andreas Lubitz's condition.
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. Enjoy the picture... this airline getting sued out of business...
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The Vietnam War, Part III: Hands of a Nation http://trib.al/7noX4G8
Photojournalist Eddie Adams, who covered the Vietnam War for the Associated Press, not only captured the action and chaos but took the time to get up close to the Vietnamese people whenever he could.
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Confessions of Moms Around the World http://trib.al/swmIo9w
In some European countries, women get luxurious maternity leave, steeply discounted daycare, and flexible working hours so they can run to parent-teacher meetings in the middle of the afternoon. And yet, when I travel, I still encounter moms who feel stressed and under-appreciated. Meanwhile, in the developing world, I’ve met mothers living in difficult circumstances whose hopes and dreams for their children align pretty closely with those of mid...
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April Is the Foolest Month http://trib.al/fQyHkOP
Fake, fake, fake, real, fake: A tally of the day's hoaxes (with a dash of reality).
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End-of-Day Wrap-Up: Repercussions http://trib.al/lgqdNcI
Tikrit is seized by Iraqi forces, the consequences of Indiana's religious freedom law, California's historic dry spell, and more
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Is Playing Younger the Only Way for a 40-Year-Old Actress to Get on TV? http://trib.al/IOMfyst
The premise of Sutton Foster's new TV Land sitcom reflects a depressing truth about Hollywood casting: It's not friendly to middle-aged women.
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Here is a challenge: Name movie characters and the the actor who played them. (then expand this comment)

Now how many of the character-actor pairs you can come up with are men? How many female actor-character pairs can you name, how does that compare to the number of male character-actor name pairs? Any thoughts on this?   
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Arkansas Reconsiders Its Religious-Freedom Law http://trib.al/pdaElrn
Legislators passed a bill critics said was even more sweeping than Indiana's law, but Governor Asa Hutchinson says he won't sign it until controversial sections are fixed.
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Ajo, Arizona: Oasis in the Desert http://trib.al/UitQX2h
How a city with century-old "good bones" tries to reinvent itself.
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Overcoming an Eating Disorder With Instagram http://trib.al/H9C0HMr
Many patients post photos of their meals and changing bodies to document their recovery—and in the process, some have found an online community of supporters.
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The Misdirected Zeal of Gay Marriage Converts http://trib.al/4GAIckR
It is immoral to discriminate against gays—and irrational to make a religious freedom law in Indiana the focus of the gay rights movement.
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Their notting wrong with being gay people need to stop acting like thire god
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