Grand Theft Judiciary: How Republicans Stole the Supreme Court

The Republicans just pulled off one of the greatest heists in American political history – they stole a Supreme Court justice. Since 1789, there have been 112 justices on the Supreme Court. Having the opportunity to appoint a new justice is one of the prize opportunities for a president.

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Leonard Cohen Dead at 82

Leonard Cohen, a hugely influential singer and songwriter, whose work spanned five decades, died at the age of 82. Cohen’s label, Sony Music Canada, confirmed his death on the singer’s Facebook page. “It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away,” the statement read.

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See Beyonce’s Powerful Speech at Jay Z’s Hillary Clinton Rally

Beyoncé delivered a powerful speech in support of Hillary Clinton during her surprise appearance at Jay Z’s concert to mobilize voters in Cleveland, Ohio. “There was a time when a woman’s opinion did not matter. If you were black, white, Mexican, Asian, Muslim, educated, poor or rich; if you were a woman, it did not matter,” Beyoncé said.

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Courtney Love Joins Lifetime Series ‘A Midsummer’s Nightmare’

Courtney Love will appear in a recurring role on Lifetime thriller A Midsummer’s Nightmare, an anthology series based on William Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night’s Dream, according to The Hollywood Reporter . The series’ modern-day first season focuses on Elena, a young woman whose summer getaway turns hellish.

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Step Inside Prince’s Paisley Park Complex With ‘Today’ Tour

Prince’s Paisley Park complex in Chanhassen, Minnesota opens to the public for the first time Thursday – after a brief delay – as a museum and tribute to the late artist’s legacy. Before the purple doors officially open, Today’s Al Roker took a tour of the massive facility, which has been left largely untouched since Prince’s April 21st death.

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Bruce Springsteen Calls Donald Trump a ‘Moron’

Bruce Springsteen spent the summer playing stadiums with the E Street Band and preparing to release his autobiography, Born To Run, while largely staying clear of this year’s presidential campaigns. In an excerpt from an extensive interview that will appear in the next issue of Rolling Stone, Springsteen shares his thoughts on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, while addressing his own absence from the trail.

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Big Jesus on Reviving Nineties Alternative, Good Charlotte Tour

After years spent playing in hardcore and metal bands in Atlanta, guitarist CJ Ridings and some friends decided it was time for a change. Coming together under the name Big Jesus, they added harmonies, hooks and a layer of feedback familiar to any fan of the psychedelic side of Nineties alternative.

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Hear Dolly Parton’s Haunting ‘Little Rosewood Casket’

More than 145 years after it was written, and almost 30 years since it appeared as a sweet highlight of the Grammy-winning Trio album by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt, a brightly polished version of the “Little Rosewood Casket” is among the songs on the beautifully crafted Appalachian tribute LP, On Top of Old Smoky: New Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music, set for release August 21st.

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Inside the Rowdy, Racist Canceled Trump Rally

” Fuck Donald Trump!” I’ve been outside the UIC Pavilion for about ten minutes when I first hear someone shout it from a passing car. It’s about 2:00 on Friday afternoon. The heckler, in a silver sedan, has come to a rolling stop to yell at the line of rally attendees – now long enough to snake along the length of the arena and a parking garage.

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Scott Weiland’s Family: ‘Don’t Glorify This Tragedy’

Mary Forsberg Weiland is the mother of the late singer Scott Weiland’s teenage children, Noah, 15, and Lucy, 13. She wrote this with their help in the days after his death on Dec 3rd. Sidebar Read Stone Temple Pilots’ Open Letter to Scott Weiland ” December 3rd, 2015 is not the day Scott Weiland died.

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