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  • ‘Nightmare’ hand sculpture installed on New Zealand rooftop terrifies locals

  • This is hands down the scariest sculpture they’ve ever seen. A 16-foot sculpture of a hand with a scowling face on it was installed on the roof of a New Zealand gallery — horrifying locals who say the massive artwork is the stuff of nightmares. Australian artist Ronnie van Hout’s work, dubbed “Quasi,” was hoisted...
  • At least four rookies on International Presidents Cup team

  • The International team for December's Presidents Cup will have at least four first-time players, after Mexico's Abraham Ancer, China's Li Haotong, Taiwan's C.T. Pan and Australian Cameron Smith all qualified for the team on Sunday.
  • A look at the growing disinformation wars

  • The right has long accused the media of bias, but now some on the left, including Bernie Sanders, are echoing accusations of media bias. New York Times media columnist Jim Rutenberg says the "Trump era forces us to be a little more aggressive" about the telling the truth because journalists are met with "so much disinformation."But Roll Call columnist Mary C. Curtis adds that journalists have to be cognizant of their own biases, "every journalist frames their story, and we have to be honest about that." Adam Serwer and Bari Weiss also join.
  • Barty stunned by Kuznetsova in Cincinnati semi-finals

  • Ash Barty stunningly lost her chance to regain the number one world ranking when the Australian was beaten in straight sets by Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova in the semi-finals of the Cincinnati Masters on Saturday.
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