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The Uber for Private Jets Has Landed

First class is about to go the way of peanuts. A new app helps rich fliers charter their own jets to almost anywhere on extremely short notice. And next it’s targeting those in coach.

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ISIS Thugs Behead American Journalist

James Foley was executed in the most horrific way possible on video so the jihadists can prove they are fearsome knights of the caliphate.

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Putin’s Tricky Convoy Nears Ukraine

In a war full of imaginative tricks, the convoy of almost 300 trucks headed toward the Ukraine border could be the Kremlin’s most dangerous illusion yet.

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Kissing the Corpses in Ebola Country

Ebola victims are most infectious right after death—which means that West African burial practices, where families touch the bodies, are spreading the disease like wildfire.

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Gazans Say They’ll Keep Fighting

For most Gazans, the struggle is not about Islamism or the destruction of Israel, it’s about ending the blockade—no matter what that takes.

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Cinemax’s New Star: Bono’s Daughter

Not only does Eve Hewson inject Clive Owen’s penis with liquid cocaine in ‘The Knick,’ but she also happens to be the daughter of the most famous rock star in the world.

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‘Big Brother Israel’ in the Dark on Gaza

Ten Israelis are living quarantined in a house near Jerusalem, almost entirely oblivious to the war raging around them. These are the contestants on this season’s ‘Big Brother.’

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The New Ager’s $2M Congressional Flop

She counted celebrities, a healer, and a ‘Child of God,’ among her backers—but though Marianne Williamson spent the most, she only managed fourth in the race to succeed Henry Waxman.

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Why Poor Mothers Don’t Breastfeed

The CDC’s 2014 Breastfeed Report Card shows a link between breastfeeding rates and median incomes. In almost all cases, the lower the income, the lower the breastfeeding rate.

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Meet Obama’s New Rabbi

Once named the most influential rabbi in America, David Saperstein has forged strong bonds with America’s religious groups—who are thrilled to see him nominated as Obama’s ambassador for religious freedom.

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ScarJo Vs. the Faceless Men of Color

As smart as ‘Lucy’ is about its Scarlett—an almost meta reflection on her seemingly infinite capabilities—it falls for the same xenophobic stereotypes that plague dumber films.

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It’s a Miracle! Congress Will Reform VA

Sure, the whole deal almost fell apart and took weeks longer than expected, but Bernie Sanders and Jeff Miller have come up with a $17 billion bill—and it’s expected to pass this week.

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The Unpossibly Awesome Simpsons Marathon

Barring commercial breaks (or sleep), it would theoretically take about seven days to watch all 25 seasons of ‘The Simpsons.’ An examination of TV’s most enduring comedy.

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Arizona Botches Execution

The execution Wednesday of an Arizona man lasted almost two hours as he gasped for air.

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Is Nick Ziobro the Next Sinatra?

Michael Feinstein’s protégé is only 18, but he’s being hailed as his generation’s most able interpreter of the Great American Songbook.

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Cheney’s Awfulness Is Here to Stay

Why does the former veep keep saying unhinged things—as he did Monday about Iraq? Because he believes them. And Rand Paul notwithstanding, most GOP insiders believe them, too.

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Church of England OKs Female Bishops

For the first time in almost two millennia, the church will allow women to hold some of its highest positions. That doesn’t sit well with the right, which has put up with years of liberalization.

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The Secrets of ‘When Harry Met Sally’

On the film’s 25th anniversary, Rob Reiner opens up about how they crafted the orgasm scene, who almost played Harry and Sally, and much more.

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Stock Market America and the Rest of Us

For the donor class, things are great.

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The Best Biographies of 2014 (So Far)

From John Updike to Louis Armstrong, from Mavis Staples to John Quincy Adams, we round up the most fascinating life stories published this year.

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