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Who is Noor Salman? Orlando mass shooter Omar Mateen's wife arrested by FBI.

Omar Mateen's wife has been charged with "providing material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice."

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At least 27 people were shot in Chicago over Christmas weekend

Twenty-seven people were shot in a 48-hour period, seven of them fatally.

Donald Trump names Kellyanne Conway counselor to the president

Kellyanne Conway will help advise Donald Trump on his message in her new role at the White House.

The 7 best iOS puzzle games you can play without Wi-Fi or data

These will pass the time in the subway.

Donald Trump is baiting the press with his tweets — and the media is falling for it

Donald Trump's plan to distract and divert press attention from his own scandals is working.

Donald Trump cancels meeting with 'New York Times' — then reschedules it

The president-elect tweeted out his frustrations about a change in "terms and conditions."

Team Trump vows better cooperation after president-elect ditches press pool

Team Trump says it will cooperate with the press ... within limits.

Prince Harry is dating a black woman and perfectly calling out racist attacks against her

In an unprecedented statement, the prince says several news organizations have gone too far in their coverage.
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Pulse nightclub shooter's wife Noor Salman gives first interview since Orlando massacre

"I just want people to know that I am human," she told the New York Times.
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The 'Arizona Republic' got death threats for endorsing Clinton. Their response is perfect.

How do you respond when readers are threatening to kill journalists? This is how.

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The 'New York Times' had the ultimate response to Donald Trump's lawyers

The 'Times' says its reporters didn't indict Trump — he indicted himself.
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Two women accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault: "His hands were everywhere"

Donald Trump dismissed the allegations as "fiction," in a statement released Wednesday night.
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The most mystifying thing about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosions

We don't know why they keep exploding.

Special Relationship podcast: 'Washington Post' and 'Bild' editors on media and politics

Two news leaders, two continents, one big problem.
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BREAKING: New video shot by Keith Lamont Scott's wife shows aftermath of fatal shooting

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This is the problem with the profile of internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos in 'Out'

Why is a gay magazine showering such attention on one of the culture's most toxic trolls?

Apple is reportedly working on its own version of Snapchat

Is Apple trying to play the social media game?

Katie Ledecky's Record-Breaking Win Only Took Second Place in This Sexist Headline

Michael Phelps' silver medal got top billing over Ledecky's world record-breaking win in a Colorado newspaper.

Out Gay Olympian Amini Fonua Eviscerates Nico Hines' Homophobic Grindr Article

Amini Fonua, a gay athlete from Tonga, speaks out on Twitter.
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The Powerful Reason Model Iskra Lawrence Wants You to See Both Her Before and After Photos

It took her ten minutes to completely change the way her image looked.

John Oliver's Spotlight on Print Journalism Shows a Digital-First Future With Clickbait

Is the future of journalism cats that look like raccoons? We hope not.
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Chicago Train Stabbing: Woman Stabbed in Neck Dies in Apparent "Domestic" Dispute

Authorities say the argument leading up to the stabbing was "domestic in nature."
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Orlando Shooting: The Nation's Front Pages a Day After Deadliest Shooting Massacre

Here's how the nation's front pages reacted to the Pulse shooting.
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Iskra Lawrence's New Unretouched Photoshoot Shows Fit Bodies Come in All Shapes and Sizes

Damn Iskra, back at it again with the body positivity.

A Man Wrote in to a Newspaper Advice Column to Ask Why Women Don't Shave Their Arms

He was probably not expecting the feminist evisceration that followed.
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The Beautiful Koh Tachai Island in Thailand Is Now Closed — And It's All Your Fault

Tourists are responsible for Koh Tachai's damaged environment.
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Italy Court Rules That Stealing Food When Hungry and In Need Isn't a Crime

In Italy, homeless people who steal small amounts of food are not committing crimes.
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A 14-Year-Old Just Schooled The 'Financial Times' in Gender Equality

"Could I suggest that you bring your editorial policy up to date?"