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After leaving L.A., and making only one public appearance since — on a widely condemned mental illness episode of ‘Dr. Phil’ — the complicated actress sat down for a conversation with The Hollywood Reporter about her legacy and the trauma of the Stanley Kubrick film: “To wake and realize that you had to cry all day, I don’t know how I did it.”
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As the New York head of celebrity-favorite megachurch Hillsong, Lentz achieved his own kind of stardom. When a cheating scandal blew up the pastor’s life, some Hillsong congregants were left to question their relationship with a church that cultivated its own kind of fame—and the double standards that often came with it.
Pushing the boundaries of math requires great minds to pose fascinating problems. What if a machine could do it? Now, scientists created one that can.
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Here’s what it’s like to lose the person who raised you to a far-right cult.
Seth Abramson’s viral meta-journalism unreality.
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