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How to Watch Game of Thrones Online

Welp, winter is here. The army of the dead descends on Westeros, the houses of the North have united against them. Bran continues to sink deeper into that whole creeper vibe. With only five episodes left in the final season, it’s worth a quick refresher on how and when to watch Game of Thrones live, no matter what coast you’re on. Game of Thrones airs Sunday nights on HBO, at 9pm in each respective time zone. Simple enough! But that also means New Yorkers get to watch it three hours…

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Justin Timberlake happy to see *NSYNC reunited at Coachella

As Coachella’s second weekend wrapped up, Kanye West celebrated Easter with a live streamed Sunday Service.  Kanye’s Sunday Services were made public in January. They aren’t quite traditional church services with sermons and declarations of faith, but videos of the secretive weekly events show that the services do focus on performing music with religious undertones. The events are invite-only and guests have to sign a nondisclosure agreement before attending. Since guests are forbidden from speaking to press about it, outsiders have only seen snippets of the services through Instagram posts…

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Chrissy Teigen just went hard after this Fox News host on Twitter

Chrissy Teigen is not happy with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.Image: John Shearer/Getty Images/Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images/mashable composite Anyone who follows Chrissy Teigen on Twitter will know that she always speaks her mind — and she’s definitely not afraid to hit back at people who attack her. In the early hours of Thursday morning, Fox News host Laura Ingraham found this out first hand. SEE ALSO: 19 times Chrissy Teigen got hilariously angry with stuff on Twitter It started with a clip of Ingraham mocking Chrissy Teigen’s inclusion…

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Hillary and Clinton review Laurie Metcalf on winning form in solid drama

The Tony award winner dominates as the politician in a 2008-set work of speculative stage drama with John Lithgow as her supportive husband Remember when Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary in New Hampshire? This isnt revisionist history. She lost the state to Bernie Sanders in 2016. But in 2008, after an embarrassing finish in Iowa, she beat out Barack Obama. Suddenly, her campaign had momentum. For a while anyway. Lucas Hnaths play, Hillary and Clinton, slight and not especially timely, returns HRC to that contest, nearly a decade before…

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Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Already Encapsulates 2019

Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" stuns. Literally. It wrenches the listener into a daze. Perhaps you'll wonder where you are, confused by its temperament: both familiar and strange to the ear. But "Old Town Road" is a nexus that pulls in everything with which it comes in contact, and by the fifth listen, with a faint surge of jubilance coursing through you, it feels like a feast. You want more. In the last month alone, the song, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 last week after…

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While You Were Offline: Is Homeland Security Being Purged?

Last week was the kind of week where we saw a black hole for the first time, former Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti got hit with 36 charges of tax dodging, perjury, and theft, the National Enquirer maybe went up for sale, and Benjamin Netanyahu won a fifth term as Israel's prime minister. If you're wondering what else people have been talking about over the past seven days, these tidbits are a good place to start. Is Homeland Security Being Purged? What Happened: Something is happening at the Department of…

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Fortnite Now Has Reboot Vans to Respawn Your Dead Teammates

Greetings, and welcome to another installment of Replay, WIRED's look at everything happening in the world of videogames. This week we've got news about Fortnite, PlayStation IDs, and the coolest fighting game moment ever. Let's get going! You Can Finally Change Your PlayStation Network ID, But You May Not Want To PlayStation has finally, after much ado, launched a feature allowing players to change their online ID in the PlayStation Network service. But, uh, based on what Sony has to say about it on their PlayStation Blog, you might not…

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Guardian culture critics: ‘Art entangles itself with the raw reality of our world’

The Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones and its deputy music editor, Laura Snapes, discuss the life of reviewing in the digital age bad review of the Tower of London poppies that David Cameron ended up being asked about it at prime ministers questions, its a full and varied working life. And, obviously, a very fortunate one. How do you become a professional art critic? Having known a few, Id say we all stumbled into it. The bottom line, though, is that quality newspapers publish critics. And if they didnt, there…

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Ottessa Moshfegh: I erase the books I love from my mind its how I move on

The American novelist why she wishes she had written Lolita and having an existential crisis while reading Tuck Everlasting The book I am currently readingAn advanced copy of The White Devils Daughters: The Women Who Fought Slavery in San Franciscos Chinatown by Julia Flynn Siler. The book that changed my lifeI cant really say. Maybe I am a bit too militant about detachment, but every time I love a book, my heart breaks for a few weeks, I tell a few people, and then I erase it from my mind.…

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Trump wants astronauts back on the moon by 2024

Donald Trump is seeking re-election in 2020, and in case you had any doubts he tweeted a painfully bizarre hype video to confirm. The two-minute-long video displays the words “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they call you racist. Donald J. Trump. Your vote proved them all wrong.”  It’s also set to music from The Dark Knight Rises? OK! The video features dramatic music and clips from Trump’s time in office, along with footage of Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Rosie O’Donnell, Bryan Cranston, Amy…

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Man subscribes to BBC push notifications, immediately feels he’s being questioned by a curious small child

So many questions.Image: Shutterstock / StepanPopov Turning on push notifications can be a very useful and informative thing to do. It can also be a very annoying addition to your existence, rather akin to being prodded by someone whose sole purpose is to inform you of horrifying news from around the world.  But, TV comedy writer James Colley discovered that some push notifications — namely those sent by BBC Science Focus Magazine — are a bit like interacting with a child who has an incessant supply of questions about the…

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Guys find way to hack McDonald’s self-service machine to get a free burger

Not a day goes by on the internet without someone trying to come up with a new way to outsmart a computer. The Australian friends in the video above found a way to trick the McDonald’s self-service machine into giving them 11 free burgers (well, one free burger and 10 pattyless burgers, at least). Don’t try this one at home, folks.  The guys talked through what they were doing as they filmed the self-service screen. Here’s how they did it… First, they selected the dollar hamburger option on the menu…

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The big picture: the Rwandan Daughters project

Portraits of Rwandan rape victims and their children reveal the aftermath of the genocide 25 years ago Today marks 25 years since the onset of the Rwandan genocide. In just 100 days, between 7 April and 15 July 1994, seven in 10 Tutsis living in Rwanda were murdered by their Hutu neighbours. As many as 1 million people, including 10,000 Batwa pygmies, died. Whats less well known about those terrible months is that up to 250,000 women were raped. Many were infected with HIV and later died of Aids-related illness.…

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There are no black people on GoT: why is fantasy TV so white?

The genre has a problem with diversity, and George RR Martins series is no exception, but some feel its omissions reflect reality This month, the biggest TV show in the world returns for one final dragon-slaying, wall-toppling, throne-nabbing season. In the time since it last aired, memes have been shared, elaborate theories have been devised and revised, bets have been laid (Lyanna Mormont FTW) and cos-play outfits have been lovingly stitched. Yet there is one aspect that is yet to receive adequate attention: George RR Martins skewed spin on medieval…

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Cast of Cats film to be size of actual cats

Stars including Judi Dench, Ian McKellen and Taylor Swift will be shrunk via CGI and made hirsute using digital fur technology Ever since Tom Hoopers movie adaptation of Cats the long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on the puss prose of TS Eliot was Judi Dench, Ian McKellen and Taylor Swift, be donning Lycra, heavy makeup and fluffy wigs in the style of the stage show? How method might they be going with their performances? How many parts on top of playing the traditionally male Deuteronomy would be gender-flipped? Some…

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