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  • Donald Trump is not heeding Attorney General Barr's words, continuing to denounce the prosecutors, the judge and the jury forewoman in the case of his longtime friend Roger Stone.
  • R.I.P. Lowline.
  • Here's an interesting piece about how families are photographing death at home: "These photos may feel jarring on Facebook, but the practice itself has a long history."
  • Kickstarter employees have voted to form a union with the Office and Professional Employees International Union, a historic step for unionization efforts at tech companies.
  • The Post reports that Mayor de Blasio's NYPD detail racked up a bill of $358,000 for last-minute campaign trips from May 16th to Sept. 20th—that includes taxpayers paying for seven cops to accompany him to a Red Sox/Angels game in California while he was trying to kickstart his presidential campaign.
  • Ben Affleck opens up about alcoholism, his movie career, and more in this revealing NY Times profile.
  • Another day, another Mike Bloomberg video that's come back to haunt him—this time, it's a 2011 interview with “PBS NewsHour" in which he claims that black and Latino men “don’t know how to behave” at work.
  • BuzzFeed also reports that he referred to transgender people as “it” and “some guy wearing a dress” as recently as last year.
  • Is intermittent fasting actually kinda good for you?
  • Devs, the new miniseries from Alex Garland (Ex-Machina, Annihilation), is "transcendentally weird," and that sounds good to us.
  • The Strokes have a very new wave-y single called "Bad Decisions" (which sounds like The Cure and Billy Idol), and Yves Tumor embraced the horns for their catchy new single "Gospel For A New Century" (which sounds a little like early TV On The Radio).
  • And finally, this dog just wants to play too: