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Will Putin’s World Cup Gamble Pay Off for Russia?

Russia is hoping the World Cup will improve its international image, which may be a challenge considering the Kremlin has been accused of war crimes in Syria and Ukraine, spy poisonings in Britain and election meddling in the U.S. and other Western countries.
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Fast and Furriest

Arcadia, California—Corgis scurry across a track on May 27. The event, the SoCal Corgi Nationals, featured 17 races between these pint-size herding dogs, many of which were dominated by a speedy pooch named Roi.
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Art as Ammo

The artist Robert Longo’s “Death Star” will debut at Art Basel in June, with a percentage of the sale going to the nonprofit Everytown for Gun Safety.
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Bill Hader Deserves An Emmy

The 'SNL' alum delivered the most revelatory TV performance of the year, playing a contract killer on HBO's dark comedy "Barry." Now he’s ready to be terrorized by a clown.
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What Is Caravan Paranoia?

"These keyboard commandos, these Walmart warriors, they go down to Cabela’s and buy all these s****y looking goods—stuff to make ‘em look good in the mirror," Robert Crooks, who leads militia group the Mountain Minutemen, said.