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Bill Harris is drawn to unlikely collections. Two years ago Los Angeles magazine featured his trove of personal checks written by everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Charles Bronson.

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igh in Trump Tower, in a suite overlooking Central Park, the best American director of his generation is on his knees. He’s not been driven low by the challenge of adapting Thomas Pynchon’s 2009 psychedelic novel, Inherent Vice, nor by despair at the response to the film.

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People have been having fun with nitrous oxide – even in the name of science – virtually since its discovery more than 240 years ago. In January 2012, an attractive woman over 40 and that guy from That ‘70s Show were going through a rough patch (spoiler alert: it didn’t work out). Demi Moore, the woman in question, allegedly turned to the comfort of nitrous oxide, also called “whip-its,” “whippits,” “whippets,” “nossies,” “hippy crack,” and, of course, “laughing gas.”

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After learning he had aced the school’s intelligence test, he decided to try for admission to MENSA, a membership group for people with high IQs. On the first go-around, he panicked, fearing that he wouldn’t score highly enough to be admitted.

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America's Dirtiest Cops: Cash, Cocaine and Corruption on the Texas Border

The Panama Unit operated one of the most efficient drug-robbery rings in Texas, taking money from some dealers and traffickers while using their weapons and cars to rob others.

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Stanley Cohen abruptly stops responding to voicemails. When you dial his cell, you hear the telltale sound of an overseas phone call, followed by a hold message in Arabic.Cohen is known to friends and foes alike as an eccentric of the highest order, a foul-mouthed criminal-defense attorney with unruly gray hair, a Saddam Hussein-straight-out-of-the-spider-hole beard, and a long history of representing enemies of the people the world over. 

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 - A great longform article regarding how an incident 25 plus years ago reflects upon what is happening in the streets today. History does tend to repeat itself.

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A very insightful longform story about the life of Buzz Aldrin then and now as told in part by Buzz himself.

We must admit it would be difficult to live life being known as the second man to walk on the moon.

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Longform Stories Article Suggestion: Is it just me or are we experiencing a bit of deja vu? A compelling longform article from Salon comparing the racial unrest with regards to the police of 50 years ago to what we are seeing in today's news.

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Porn, guns, the mob and one very disgruntled electrician: how the superstar couple's most intimate moments went global.

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