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May 15, 2014

Resurrecting The Jihad in Yemen

Why is the man who masterminded al-Qaeda's first attack against the U.S. now working as a security official in Yemen?

Joss Whedon’s Crazy Reverse Kickstarter

As a thank-you to viewers of Whedon’s indie romance In Your Eyes, the filmmaking team has been randomly giving away Apple TVs, Xbox Ones, and cacti. This is very Whedonesque.

Jane Campion en cinq œuvres

Retour sur la carrière de la réalisatrice, présidente du jury à Cannes cette année.

New York Times Publisher Responds To Reports Of Unequal Pay

"In 2013, her last full year in the role, her total compensation package was more than 10% higher than that of her predecessor, Bill Keller, in his last full year as executive editor, which was 2010," said Arthur Sulzberger Jr. in a memo to staff today.

SeaWorld Looks Toward Expansion Overseas Amid Dropping U.S. Revenue

While its first-quarter attendance dropped 13% and revenue fell 11% year-over-year, the company is laying the groundwork for parks in the Middle East. They would be the marine entertainment giant's first attraction outside of the United States.

Susan Rice On Whether More Benghazi Info Is Coming: "Dang If I Know"

Asked at a Wednesday even hosted by the Women’s Foreign Policy Group if more Benghazi information was coming, National Security Advisor Susan Rice responded "dang if I know." Rice cited what she said was the administration's release of "25,000 pages of documents, or 25,000 individual documents."

Nut Milks: A Ranking

It's time we got real with ourselves about nut milks.

A Rarely Seen Photo Archive Tells The Story Of The Palestinian Exodus

On Thursday, Palestinians mark the “Nakba” or “catastrophe” – the name they use for their uprooting during the war over Israel’s creation in 1948. In honor of the day, the UN has digitized more than 525,000 photos, most of which have never been seen before.

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