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  • Journalists from Nepal’s largest newspaper have been charged with contempt of court after publishing critical stories about the country's chief justice....
    Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News....
    The novelist on learning about the experiences of immigrants, being bullied at university and why he always prefers secondary characters to the leadPhilip Hensher is the author of several novels and many short stories. He also wrote the libretto for Thomas Adès’s opera Powder Her Face and is currently professor of creative writing at Bath Spa University. His 2008 novel The Northern Clemency was shortlisted for the Man Booker prize and Scenes From Early Life was awarded the 2013 Ondaatje prize. Born in south London, he grew up in Sheffield,...
    From the archives, stories about this year’s Academy Award-nominated films and directors, including “Get Out,” “The Post,” and Guillermo del Toro....
    Fifty years later, a new Poor People’s Campaign connects religious faith to social justice.The Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, co-chair of the recently launched Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, one of three kids in a family she describes as deeply committed to improving life for the excluded and marginalized.  South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other peace and anti-apartheid activists were frequent guests in her home, and even as a child, Theoharis understood that religious faith—in her case, Presbyterian—had to be linked to...
    At 65, the phenomenally creative David Byrne is still rock’s renaissance man. As he launches his first solo album in 14 years, he reveals why he’s started collecting reasons to be cheerfulThe first time David Byrne came to the Roundhouse in Camden was in 1977, when his band, Talking Heads, supported the Ramones. Both bands were deluged with phlegm, because that’s what punks thought they were meant to do then. Forty-one years later, the man, the venue and the fans have all changed. Tonight, Byrne is treating a small, respectful...
    Josh de la Mare previews top stories making news in the week ahead...
    Many of the cyclists were affected by cancer, in some way, and shared their stories of loss, survival and perseverance....
    The report comes from officials, friends and advisers to the president and other administration allies.The mood inside the White House is bad and getting worse, according to a new report from the Washington Post.The report is sourced to 22 “officials, friends and advisers to the president and other administration allies.”“Trump is now a president in transition, at times angry and increasingly isolated,” the story reads. “He fumes in private that just about every time he looks up at a television screen, the cable news headlines are trumpeting yet another scandal. He voices...

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