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Now, you too, can own a Warhol … maybe

The Andy Warhol Foundation is partnering with Christie’s auction house to sell its collection of the celebrated artist’s work. The sale, which will be conducted over the course of years in the form of private sales and live and online auctions, includes works that have never been publicly displayed. Read full article > >

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Syrian refugees top 200,000 as exodus grows-UN agency

GENEVA — More than 200,000 Syrians have poured into neighboring countries in the course of its 17-month-long conflict, with a recent surge pushing the total past the 185,000 the U.N. refugee agency had expected to flee by the end of this year. Read full article > >

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Side Effects: Skull Analysis Charts the Changes From Dinosaurs to Birds

In the course of birds’ evolution from dinosaurs, it appears that their skulls pulled a Peter Pan and stopped growing up.

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Anxious Egyptians Jam Tahrir Square in Protest

Protesters chanted for the overthrow of the ruling military council on Friday, reflecting rising unease over the course of the country’s fitful democratic transition.

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Lucky breaks even out – Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says contentious refereeing decisions even themselves out of the course of a season.

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Los Angeles Car Firebombings Set City on Edge

On this holiday weekend, Los Angeles was dealing with a new plague, this time an arsonist (or arsonists) who in the course of three days firebombed at least 39 cars in the metropolitan area.

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Jonathan Capehart: Clinton’s Geneva accord: ‘Gay rights are human rights’

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton marked International Human Rights Day with a phenomenal speech in Geneva yesterday. Over the course of 30 minutes, Clinton delivered a blunt yet inspiring speech that took on all the myths and canards about homosexuality and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people. Her address earned her a standing ovation in the Palais des Nations and will endear her and the Obama administration to gay people around the world. Read full article > >

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On the Run Blog: Live Blog: Follow the New York City Marathon

Beautiful weather greeted the roughly 45,000 entrants running the New York City Marathon: temperatures in the low 40s and the course bathed in lovely sunshine.

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Lynne Sachs and ‘Your Day is My Night’ at the National Gallery

Test screenings are par for the course in Hollywood, where studios regularly show their movies to audiences in order to get feedback during editing. The process is less common in the experimental world, where filmmakers can usually be found zealously crafting intensely personal expressions in what amounts to an insular aesthetic bubble. Read full article > >

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Love for wounded soldier upon return from Afghanistan

Rebecca Taber and the Army lieutenant kissed on the sidewalk outside her 16th Street apartment. They had met through friends and had spent, at most, six hours together over the course of two evenings. In a few weeks, 1st Lt. Dan Berschinski was going to Afghanistan, where he would lead a platoon of 35 men. It was June 2009. Read full article > >

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Churchill, chance and the ‘black dog’

The wartime prime minister’s dark moods, plus a series of lucky encounters, may have transformed the course of human history, writes John Gray.

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Who are the rioters?

A snapshot of the suspected rioters who were due to appear before one magistrates’ court in London on disorder-related charges during the course of one day.

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Capitals can’t learn any more lessons the hard way

Multiple times over the course of this season, the Washington Capitals characterized stinging defeats and growing pains from a new style of play as lessons that would help guide them through the playoffs.

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Kenya’s Mutai Sets Marathon Record

Kenya’s Geoffrey Mutai has won the Boston Marathon in a record-breaking 2 hours, 3 minutes, and 59 seconds. It’s not only a record for the course, it’s the fastest marathon ever run-though there isn’t an official world record for marathons due to…

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Courtney Love Settles Twitter Suit

Rant on Twitter for 20 minutes, pay it off for three years. Courtney Love’s Twitter tirade against fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir has ended in a settlement: the Hole frontwoman will pay Simorangkir $430,000 over the course of the next three years….

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Media Decoder: Frank Rich to Leave The Times for New York Magazine

Frank Rich, who over the course of a three-decade career at The New York Times was theater critic, magazine essayist and Sunday Op-ed columnist, is leaving the paper to join New York magazine.

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Media Decoder: Frank Rich to Leave The Times for New York Magazine

Frank Rich, who over the course of a three-decade career at The New York Times was theater critic, magazine essayist and Sunday Op-ed columnist, is leaving the paper to join New York magazine.

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Media Decoder: Frank Rich to Leave The Times for New York Magazine

Frank Rich, who over the course of a three-decade career at The New York Times was theater critic, magazine essayist and Sunday Op-ed columnist, is leaving the paper to join New York magazine.

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Studying how snakes got legless

A 95-million-year-old fossil snake is helping scientists understand how these creatures lost their legs through the course of evolutionary time.

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Call for Met phone hacking probe

The CPS is facing a a call to investigate the Metropolitan Police for perverting the course of justice in its inquiry into journalists’ phone-hacking.

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