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December 14, 2016

Judge Orders Trump To Answer Questions In Court Fight With Celebrity Chef

A D.C. judge rejected Trump’s arguments that he was too busy as president-elect to answer questions about his lawsuit against celebrity chef José Andrés, who dropped plans for a restaurant in Trump’s D.C. hotel in response to his campaign statements about immigrants.

No One In Congress Wants To Regulate Fake News

Regulating Facebook would invite Constitutional challenges, legal experts say, while lawmakers call for better internal policies to curb misinformation.

Trump Will Probably Be Able To Lift Sanctions On Russia

The House unanimously passed legislation earlier this year to take decision-making on sanctions against Russia out of the president's hands, but the bill languished in the Senate, leaving the choice of whether to keep or scrap them up to Trump.

The Torture Lobby Is Excited For The Trump Years

The Obama administration’s failure to fully reckon with fallout from the Bush-era torture program is already being exploited by the program’s supporters — who will soon have an ally in the White House.

Chris Pratt May Just Be The Man We Can All Agree On

In two short years, he went from the adorable chubby goofball on Parks and Recreation to one of the biggest movie stars in the world, his likability transcending our bitter cultural divide. But with the sci-fi romance Passengers, Chris Pratt is testing just how beloved he really is. Warning: This story contains SPOILERS.

Trump Must Give Up Hotel Before Inauguration, Agency Tells Lawmakers

Major development in dispute over Donald Trump's conflicts of interest: The government agency that leases a taxpayer-owned landmark for Trump's Washington, DC, hotel has told lawmakers that the president-elect will be in breach of the contract unless he relinquishes his ownership interest. Updated: This story was updated to include a statement by a GSA spokesperson.

What's Going On Around The World Today?

Fierce fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo has stalled a planned ceasefire and delayed civilian evacuation. Scientists are freaking out that Donald Trump has picked Rick Perry to head the Energy Department. And how electronic music made by neo-Nazis soundtracks the alt-right.

18 Times Tumblr Nailed Fragile Masculinity

"You want me, a MAN, to buy this body wash which doesn’t have the word 'SPORT' in the name and it doesn’t say FOR MEN anywhere? Nice try, pal."



How Not To Be A Dick In Goa This New Year’s

As you descend on Goa with your aviators, chappals, and party spirit this holiday season, here are some handy tips to avoid destroying everything you love about my home.

Clinton Staffer Enters The Race For DNC Vice Chair

Adam Parkhomenko, a founder of Ready for Hillary and a longtime Clinton aide, is running for the position as Democrats try to decide the party's new direction.

Facebook Spokesperson Calls Muslim Registry "Straw Man"

The company subsequently refused to comment on whether it would decline to participate in building such a registry, or endorse data collection policies championed by a group of Silicon Valley technology employees.