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  • There are too many nuggets to pick out of the New Yorker's big piece about the "Fox News White House", which includes: Roger Ailes allegedly fed Trump debate questions before the first GOP primary debate on Fox in 2015; Trump reportedly ordered top economic adviser Gary Cohn to pressure the Justice Department to file a lawsuit to block the ATT-Time Warner merger in an apparent effort to retaliate against CNN; and Fox allegedly had the Stormy Daniels hush money story but killed it before the election.
  • Whatever happened to the sacred man cave?
  • It sounds like filming the final season of Game Of Thrones broke a lot of the cast: "It was the most unpleasant experience I’ve had on Thrones," said Iain Glen/Ser Jorah Mormont. "Everybody prays they never have to do this again," added Rory McCann/The Hound.
  • Here's a really good profile of comedian Rob Delaney where he talks about the death of his son and the final season of the hilarious Catastrophe.
  • Oh God, Cuomo really, truly thinks he can run for president and win (as long as Biden doesn't get in his way).
  • The social life of budding Brooklyn socialists is profiled in NY Magazine.
  • BuzzFeed News reports that the World Wide Fund for Nature, one of the world's biggest charities, funds vicious paramilitary forces, who have tortured and killed people, to fight poaching.
  • John Oliver covered automation, and prepped kids on the robot-filled workforce future, on Last Week Tonight.
  • In between pieces trying (and failing) to shame AOC this weekend, the NY Post decided to honor BDB with the moniker of the "Salt Baron" of Gracie Mansion.
  • The Prodigy vocalist Keith Flint has died at 49.
  • Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a name I've definitely heard of before this I swear, announced that he is running for president in 2020 too.
  • The Michael Jackson estate responded to the devastating Leaving Neverland documentary by releasing a concert film during the premiere.
  • And finally, everybody stop bullying the big boy: