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  • Robert Mueller pushed Attorney General William Barr twice to release more of his investigative findings in late March after Barr released his initial misleading four-page summary—because Mueller was deeply concerned about Barr's interpretation: "The summary letter the department sent to Congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March 24 did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance of this office’s work and conclusions."
  • WTF: a school bus driver who raped a 14-year-old was only sentenced to 10 years’ probation, not jail time, sparking outrage.
  • Watch The National's new music video for "Hairpin Turns."
  • The Outline has written an ode to the haunting legacy of the perfect SimCity game.
  • Find out how what you eat has an effect on climate change.
  • Vulture spoke with the Night King himself, actor/stuntman/horse enthusiast Vladimir Furdik, who said director Miguel Sapochnik gave him this motivation for his final scene: "Bran, he is not man. He is a cake. And you would like to eat this cake. And I would like to see you acting, you’re walking to him, you’re walking like you’re looking for that cake, which is waiting for you under the tree."
  • The Times reports that the highest court in international sports issued "a landmark but nuanced ruling" that will force female track athletes with elevated levels of testosterone to take suppressants "to compete in certain women’s races at major international events like the Olympics."
  • A can of Chef Boyardee caused chaos in Chicago.
  • According to The Atlantic, some students at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia are trying to get critic Camille Paglia fired for "sharing wrong opinions on matters of sex, gender identity, and sexual assault."
  • A fraternity at Swathmore College was shut down following reports that frat members bragged about a "rape attic" and black out drinking.
  • And finally, Billy Joel has got nothing on Buddy!