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Trump Emergency Declaration Faces Fights in the Courts

Trump Emergency Declaration Faces Fights in the Courts

NEWS | By Mark Sherman | Feb 16
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency along the southern border and predicted his administration would end up defending it all the way to the Supreme Court.

Watch: Trailer for Anne Hathaway-Starring 'The Hustle' Drops

Watch: Trailer for Anne Hathaway-Starring 'The Hustle' Drops

ENTERTAINMENT | Feb 16
Anne Hathaway - recipient of the Human Rights Campaign's "National Ally for Equality" award - co-stars with Rebel Woilsonin the MGM movie "The Hustle." Check out the new trailer!

Runner Recalls Desperate Fight with Thrashing Mountain Lion

Runner Recalls Desperate Fight with Thrashing Mountain Lion

NEWS | By P. Solomon Banda | Feb 16
Fear washed over Travis Kauffman as he wrestled with a thrashing mountain lion that attacked him on a Colorado mountain trail, but then his fighting instinct took over as he found its neck with his foot and suffocated the young cat.

Southern Baptist Leader Sorry He Supported Accused Pastor

Southern Baptist Leader Sorry He Supported Accused Pastor

NEWS | By Travis Loller | Feb 16
A prominent leader in the Southern Baptist Convention said he was wrong to support a Kentucky pastor accused of covering up sex abuse.

Analysis: Shutdown Saga Offers Lesson in Divided Government

Analysis: Shutdown Saga Offers Lesson in Divided Government

NEWS | By Andrew Taylor | Feb 16
When you want results in a polarized Washington, sometimes it pays to simply leave the professionals alone to do their jobs.

Illinois Man Being Fired from Job Fatally Shoots 5 Workers

Illinois Man Being Fired from Job Fatally Shoots 5 Workers

NEWS | By Carrie Antlfinger and Amanda Seitz | Feb 16
The frantic calls started pouring in at 1:24 p.m. A gunman was shooting people inside a sprawling manufacturing warehouse in Aurora, Illinois.

Judge Halts Air Force's Efforts to Discharge Airmen with HIV

Judge Halts Air Force's Efforts to Discharge Airmen with HIV

NEWS | Feb 16
A federal judge on Friday ordered the U.S. Air Force to temporarily stop discharging service members who are HIV-positive, ruling that it's working under a policy that is "irrational" and "outdated."

Chicago Police Release 2 Men Questioned in Smollett Case

Chicago Police Release 2 Men Questioned in Smollett Case

NEWS | By Don Babwin | Feb 16
Chicago police late Friday released without charges two Nigerian brothers arrested on suspicion of assaulting "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett and said they have new evidence to investigate as a result of questioning them.

Valentine's Day @ The Standard :: February 14, 2019

Valentine's Day @ The Standard :: February 14, 2019

NIGHTLIFE | Feb 15
For Valentine's Day, Susanne Bartsch produced Kabaret Boom, held at Top of The Standard in New York. Guests included DJ Aquaria, Dirty Martini, and a special appearance from pop star Kim Petras.

Key Moments in Actor Jussie Smollett's Chicago Attack

Key Moments in Actor Jussie Smollett's Chicago Attack

NEWS | Feb 15
"Empire" actor and R&B singer Jussie Smollett told Chicago police last month that two men physically attacked him and yelled racial and homophobic slurs. Here are some key moments in the story.


Entertainment

 Review :: Never Look Away

Review :: Never Look Away

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Feb 15
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck — the director of "The Lives of Others" and "The Tourist" — has created yet another film that will surely be remembered. Exactly how one will remember it... well, that's a matter of interpretation.


Business

White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

FINANCE | By Lolita Baldour | Feb 15
If President Donald Trump declares an emergency to build the wall with Mexico, he still needs money to pay for it. And shifting money from other accounts to deliver the $5.7 billion he wants is not without political problems.


Technology

Heading South: Warming to Change How U.S. Cities Feel in 2080

Heading South: Warming to Change How U.S. Cities Feel in 2080

SCIENCE | By Seth Borenstein | Feb 15
The climate in New York City in 60 years could feel like Arkansas now. Chicago could seem like Kansas City and San Francisco could get a Southern California climate if global warming pollution continues at the current pace, a new study finds.


Cars

AP Fact Check: Trump Hails Auto Revival That's Not Happened

AP Fact Check: Trump Hails Auto Revival That's Not Happened

AUTO NEWS | By Tom Krisher and Calvin Woodward | Feb 14
President Donald Trump is hailing a renaissance in U.S. auto manufacturing that has not happened. The industry is chugging along without the "massive numbers" of car companies that he says are setting up shop in the country.


Style

Learn Your CBDs: 8 Cannabis Skincare Products and Why They Work

Learn Your CBDs: 8 Cannabis Skincare Products and Why They Work

GROOMING | By Christopher Ehlers | Feb 15
No, you're not going to get high, but CBD grooming products are overtaking the skincare industry like weeds. Here are our top picks and why they're so effective.


Health/Fitness

Modern Life's Most Common Stressors

Modern Life's Most Common Stressors

HEALTH | Feb 15
Phone batteries dying, sticking to plans, and slow WiFi — these are just some of the modern causes of stress plaguing Americans today, according to new research.


Travel

72 (Gayish) Hours in Milwaukee

72 (Gayish) Hours in Milwaukee

Feb 15
A few days in Milwaukee reveal a round-up of lively LGBTQ-friendly bars, local eats, culture, and most of the time... snow.


Nightlife

Daddy Issues @ House of YES :: February 10, 2019

Daddy Issues @ House of YES :: February 10, 2019

PHOTO ALBUMS | Feb 13
Daddy OllyWood presented Daddy Issues N#4 in NYC. With International DJ's Borja Pena, Joey Quinones and Michael Magnan, along with performances by GiGi Goode, Jasmine Kennedie and Merry Cherrie.