Photographic & Digital Arts

When Corporate Lobbies Started to Look Like Museum Galleries

1 hour ago   |   NY Times

Big business loves to flash cultural credentials
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Katy Perry takes the stand in copyright lawsuit over hit 'Dark Horse'

3 hours ago   |   ABC

Katy Perry took the stand for 35 minutes in a lawsuit accusing her hit "Dark Horse" of copyright infringement and at one point she even offered to perform the song in the...
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Heat wave prompts cancellations of New York Triathlon, horse races

4 hours ago   |   The Washington Post

Excessive heat advisories are in effect for the Northeast and much of the Midwest this weekend, with temperatures expected to be in the 90s and heat indexes well into triple...
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Disneyland's Millennium Falcon ride welcomes 1 millionth 'flight crew' six weeks after opening

5 hours ago   |   ABC

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opened at Disneyland just about six weeks ago - and the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run has already become one of the park's most popular attractions.
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Little ‘Art' to odd, off-putting film

5 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

MOVIE REVIEW “THE ART OF SELF-DEFENSE” Rated R. At AMC Boston Common, Kendall Square Cinema and suburban theaters Grade: C Almost 10 years ago, “The Social Network” made Jesse...
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People flock to public pools to beat heat

People flock to public pools to beat heat

5 hours ago   |   KOAT

Cities around New Mexico hit triple digits Thursday, but not in Albuquerque.
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St. Paul Police Offer Free Service For Residents Aimed At Curbing Car Theft

7 hours ago   |   CBS

SAINT PAUL, Minn. - At Safe Summer Nights in St. Paul, residents can get a lot of things. Burgers, cold drinks and added protection for their cars. For the first time, the St...
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FDNY calls on volunteer ambulances to help with heat-related 911 calls during weekend scorcher

7 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

The weekend's heat wave is going to be too hot for the FDNY to handle alone. The city fire department will lean on community volunteer ambulance services to handle overflow 911...
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The New Way to Target Ads at Consumers

7 hours ago   |   Business

If the refrigerator door's display changes from Pepsi to flavored water before your eyes the next time you walk into a Walgreens, don't be surprised. Walgreens is rolling out a...
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Nebraska woman claims Spider-Man sculpture is ‘a hate crime against the church'

8 hours ago   |   WGN TV

LINCOLN, Neb. - A Nebraska woman is calling for the removal of a statue she says is demonic in nature. The subject of the statue in question: Spider-Man. According to KOVR...
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Get ready for Round 2 of Kamala Harris vs. Joe Biden

Get ready for Round 2 of Kamala Harris vs. Joe Biden

It will be “Biden and Harris Round 2” at the second Democratic debates. The lineups for the Democratic presidential primary debates at the end of the month were drawn at random... Read more ...

Trump to nominate Eugene Scalia, son of former Supreme Court justice, for...

Trump to nominate Eugene Scalia, son of former Supreme Court justice, for labor secretary

President Donald Trump tweets that Scalia "is highly respected not only as a lawyer, but as a lawyer with great experience working with labor and everyone else." Read more ...

Woman confuses sculpture of Spider-Man hands for devil horns

Woman confuses sculpture of Spider-Man hands for devil horns

What a tangled web a Nebraska woman weaved about a sculpture she thought depicted devil horns - but is actually Spider-Man's hands. “It is a sculpture of two hands open... Read more ...

Strasburg hits and pitches Nationals to 13-4 win over Braves

Strasburg hits and pitches Nationals to 13-4 win over Braves

ATLANTA - Stephen Strasburg had a three-run homer among his three hits and set a franchise-record for a pitcher with five RBIs, as the surging Washington Nationals beat the... Read more ...

Buzz Aldrin peed his pants on the moon and 18 other wild facts you never...

Buzz Aldrin peed his pants on the moon and 18 other wild facts you never learned about NASA's Apollo 11 mission

Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people to walk on the moon . In the years since, behind-the-scenes... Read more ...

Judge denies Jeffrey Epstein's bail request, so the wealthy financier will...

Judge denies Jeffrey Epstein's bail request, so the wealthy financier will have to wait in jail for his trial on sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy charges

US District Judge Richard Berman announced his decision to deny wealthy financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein 's bail request Thursday morning in the US District... Read more ...

Man freed from prison because he was deemed too old to be a threat convicted...

Man freed from prison because he was deemed too old to be a threat convicted of woman's murder

Jurors deliberated less than an hour before reaching a guilty verdict. Read more ...

Trump Picks Scalia Son for Labor Secretary

Trump Picks Scalia Son for Labor Secretary

President Trump has picked one of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's five sons as his next secretary of labor. "I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to... Read more ...

House approves $15 minimum wage; Senate prospects are dim

House approves $15 minimum wage; Senate prospects are dim

House Democrats approved legislation to raise the federal minimum wage for the first time in a decade. Read more ...

Stocks are jumping after two Fed officials signal rate cuts are coming - 'it...

Stocks are jumping after two Fed officials signal rate cuts are coming - 'it pays to act quickly'

World stocks jumped on Friday after comments from two Federal Reserve officials cemented traders' expectations of a cut to interest rates later this month. "You don't need to... Read more ...