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It’s so topheavy with false portent that it buckles under its own weight
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The new drama depicts a fictional religious movement
The show dramatizes the finance world—but not that much
The industry has seen years of torrid growth
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The singer is the West’s most popular Muslim pop star
While Europe reels, thousands of refugees have nowhere to go
The nuclear threat is real
Each of his dog whistles has been pitch-perfect
The comedian and musician unites with Edie Brickell for a folksy new musical
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