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- The Pentagon said it's deeply concerned that white supremacists and far-right extremist groups are recruiting people from the military in order to "bring legitimacy to their causes and enhance their ability to carry out attacks."
- Brooke Gladstone and Alex Pareene have a good conversation in the On The Media feed today about the demise of Andrew Cuomo's TV persona.
- Dr. Anthony Fauci is donating his little 3-D model of the SARS-CoV-2 virion to the Smithsonian.
- A member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association — the group behind the Golden Globes — said the organization didn't consider it a problem that none of its voting members are Black.
- A painting by Winston Churchill that was once owned by FDR and most recently belonged to Angelina Jolie sold for $11.5 million at auction this week.
- Alamo Drafthouse, which has 40 locations across the country, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this morning.
- It took an experienced wildlife photographer six months to capture this incredible photo of an ultra-rare black panther prowling under the stars in Zambia.
- "The most attractive direct-sales job for dudes": Here's how selling Cutco knives became the go-to pyramid scheme for young men.
- An anonymous browser who shelled out $35 for a bowl at a Connecticut yard sale then discovered that it's an "exceptional" 15th century Ming Dynasty bowl that could go for $500,000 when they auction it off later this month.
- And finally, right-sized security:
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