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Good Omens Review: Terry Pratchett Convinced Neil Gaiman to Bring This to the Screen and We’re All Better for It

Twenty-nine years since it was first published, Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett’s biblical fantasy

This Day in History: May 18

On this day, May 18 … 1981: The New York Native, a gay newspaper, carries a story

The government, the biggest cause of the student loan crisis in the US, needs to fix this problem

Alys Tomilson | Getty Images Student loans aren’t the reason there’s a student debt crisis in

The wealthiest investors are ramping up on this asset

Amid concerns about trade wars and political dysfunction, the wealthiest investors are padding their cash cushions.

This Dell 34-Inch Curved USB-C Monitor Is Almost $400 Off

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Hikers Take to the Appalachian Trail to Escape the Real World. This Time, They Couldn’t.

ASHBY GAP, Va. — The hikers who embark on the Appalachian Trail are less a community

New York measles outbreaks worsen, bringing nationwide total to 839 cases so far this year, CDC says

A sign warns people of measles in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg, New York City.

This Silicon Valley tech exec flew 7,000 miles to take his internet company public in Australia

Life360 Co-founders Alex Haro, left, and Chris Hulls ring the bell at the Australian Securities Exchange.

VIDEO: This may be New York City’s most disgusting subway car

This is ‘litter-ally’ the most vile subway car in New York City. Repugnant video posted to Instagram

Bitcoin tops $6,400, up 12% this week

A visual representation of digital cryptocurrency bitcoin. S3studio | Getty Images Bitcoin far outperformed major U.S.