Leaks Suggest Trump’s Own Team Is Alarmed By His Conduct | The Huffington Post

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Playboy, Shedding a Policy Change, Brings Back Nudes | The New York Times

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A year after the men’s magazine stopped featuring photographs of naked women, it has apparently had a change of heart.

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Michael Flynn, OPEC, India: Your Tuesday Briefing | The New York Times

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Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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How the ‘Alt-Right’ Came to Dominate the Comments on Trump’s Facebook Page | The Atlantic

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Over the course of the campaign, the comments left on the president’s official Facebook page increasingly employed the rhetoric of white nationalism.

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Barack Obama and Hidden Figures: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing

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Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment

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Trump’s Press Secretary Falsely Claims: ‘Largest Audience Ever to Witness an Inauguration, Period’ | The Atlantic

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In his first official White House briefing, Sean Spicer blasted journalists for “deliberately false reporting,” and made categorical claims about crowd-size at odds with the available evidence.

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Here’s What Trump’s Latest Executive Orders Do | The Atlantic

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With a pen stroke, President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, imposed a federal hiring freeze, and reinstated the “Mexico City policy” on defunding international abortion-related services.

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The Many Scandals of Donald Trump: A Cheat Sheet

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One of the women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct has sued him for defamation after he labeled her claims false.

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How to Write in Japanese – a guest post from jlptbootcamp | The Memrise Blog

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If you are learning Japanese on Memrise, you have probably come across one of our most active and long standing contributors, jlptbootcamp. Other than adding and editing a good proportion of the wo…

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The First Film Adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (1903) | Open Culture

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Once lost, this eight minute, very damaged, but very delightful silent version of Alice in Wonderland was restored several years ago by the British Film Institute. It is the first film adaptation of the 1865 Lewis Carroll classic. And at the time, the original length of 12 minutes (eight are all that’s left) made it the longest film coming out of the nascent British film industry.

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The Map of Mathematics: Animation Shows How All the Different Fields in Math Fit Together | Open Culture

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