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Cynthia Nixon really went there when it comes to white people and weed.

The world already knows Cynthia Nixon, the actress. But now, New Yorkers are getting the first glimpses of Cynthia Nixon, the gubernatorial candidate. Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images. In March, the “Sex and the City” star and longtime progressive activist announced her candidacy for governor of New York. She’s focused on curbing inequality, stomping out big money influence in politics, ...

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Swedish agency nixes booklet for immigrants on child marriage

Man tar sig för pannan. Oacceptabel flathet. Foldern måste dras tillbaka utan dröjsmål. Barnäktenskap ska vara totalförbjudet. pic.twitter.com/qo02ykq23N — Jan Björklund (@bjorklundjan) March 29, 2018 “Sweden does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to be married in this country. However, according to current legislation, the main rule is that a marriage valid under the law of the country ...

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Will a Huge New Flood Barrier Save Venice?

This story originally appeared on CityLab and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. On a gray, late-winter day, a converted chapel in the Arsenal, the city’s medieval boatyard, hummed with 21st-century activity. Engineers were looking at screens that displayed tables, maps, and charts on the conditions of the Venetian Lagoon. This was the MOSE control center: the operational heart of a megaproject to ...

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Helix Takes Clinical Genetic Testing Straight to Consumers

During a recent Uber ride, Madhuri Hegde’s driver asked her what she did for a living. The chief scientific officer for laboratory services at PerkinElmer, she prepared to bore him with a description of the tests her company had developed—most recently to flag serious genetic disorders. Instead, he was intrigued. “Where can I get one of those?” he asked. For ...

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‘One-stop shops’ for cancer diagnosis

While cancer survival rates have improved dramatically over recent decades, patients who are not displaying very obvious signs of the illness sometimes struggle to access quickly the help they need. Those with more vague symptoms, such as unexplained weight loss, reduced appetite or abdominal pain can be referred several times for different tests for different cancers, all wasting valuable opportunities ...

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Trump Defends Pruitts Condo Lease, Security; Says Travel Spending OK

President has seen condo lease documents, official says Person familiar says Republican-led panel also probing Pruitt prominent conservatives have come to Pruitt’s defense. Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy of South Carolina indicated he’d begun inquiring into Pruitt’s actions, according to a video shot by activists on Friday and released by Friends of the Earth. Security Force Pruitt has come under ...

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It’s Not Just Facebook That Knows A Horrifying Amount Of Stuff About You

Following the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, many people are expressing concern about Facebook and how much it knows about them.   A poll by Reuters found that trust in the social media giant has plummeted recently, with 51 percent of people saying they don’t trust the company to obey the laws protecting our personal information. What’s more, many people have been investigating how ...

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Jay-Z’s joy about his mom being openly LGBTQ is a good sign for hip-hop and masculinity.

In a ridiculously heartwarming interview clip, rapper Jay-Z discussed his excitement for his mom’s newfound lesbian love.   “Now it’s time to live my life & be free” Gloria Carter coming out on son Jay Z’s 4:44 album giving #fridayfeels ❤️ https://t.co/X8heCZbmxe pic.twitter.com/RK7YyrzqKT — SAGE USA (@sageusa) September 9, 2017 In David Letterman’s new series “My Next Guest Needs No ...

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