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50 Worst Gifts Of All Time

50 Worst Gifts Of All Time

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Gifts for the Social Media Junkies You Love

Gifts for the Social Media Junkies You Love

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

20 Gifts for the Soft-Core Locavore

20 Gifts for the Soft-Core Locavore

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

For the Gourmand Who Has Everything

For the Gourmand Who Has Everything

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

From Keller to Flay, What the Chefs Want for Christmas

From Keller to Flay, What the Chefs Want for Christmas

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

For the Most Discerning Traveler This Season, Vintage Baedeker Guides

For the Most Discerning Traveler This Season, Vintage Baedeker Guides

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

What to Buy The Kitchen Geek

What to Buy The Kitchen Geek

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Simon Doonan's Complete Guide to Fashionista Holiday Shopping

Simon Doonan's Complete Guide to Fashionista Holiday Shopping

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

25 Most Insanely Cheap (and Good!) Holiday Gifts

25 Most Insanely Cheap (and Good!) Holiday Gifts

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Complete Guide to Outrageously Expensive Gifts

Complete Guide to Outrageously Expensive Gifts

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New DNC Chief Faces a Divided Party, Plus Trump

When Tom Perez stepped to the stage as the newly elected Democratic national chairman, his first official act was to invite his vanquished rival to join him as deputy chairman. Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison accepted on the spot and two men stood together, smiling like a national ticket at a presidential nominating convention. Members of the Democratic National Committee cheered wildly at their gathering in Atlanta on Saturday, forgetting the competitive race that took two rounds of voting — unprecedented in recent memory for either major party.

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Song and Dance, Protest and Politics to Mingle at Oscars

The 89th Academy Awards should be a very schizophrenic affair: equal parts pomp and politics. The only thing expected to take the stage more often than the frothy front-runner "La La Land" at Sunday's ceremony is protest (and probably some punchlines) over the policies of President Donald Trump. For largely liberal Hollywood, his election has proven a rallying cause-celebre throughout an awards season that has otherwise been a parade of honors for Damien Chazelle's celebrated musical. Just how political things are going to get at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles may be the biggest question of Sunday night's show, to be broadcast by ABC beginning at 8:30 p.m. EST, with red carpet coverage starting earlier. The current forecast for Sunday is only a slight chance of rain, though the inside of the Dolby Theatre is expected to be far stormier.

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Nominee for Navy Secretary Withdraws From Consideration
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President Donald Trump's choice to be secretary of the Navy, businessman Philip Bilden, said Sunday he was withdrawing from consideration for the post, citing concerns about privacy and separating himself from his business interests. Bilden's withdrawal raises similar issues to that of Vincent Viola, Trump's nominee for Army secretary who stepped aside earlier this month. Just last week, the Pentagon sought to tamp down reports that Bilden might pull out.