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Trump’s acquittal gives him a moment of triumph and a shot of momentum, but not the finality he craves.

Trump quickly makes a mockery of comments by Republican senators Collins, Alexander, and Portman, who thought he might behave better going forward.

Related/unrelated: New paintings in Luke Pelletier's latest show, “The Devil Can’t Stop Laughing.”

Romney: “Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one’s oath of office that I can imagine.”

Despite the acquittal, the House "will likely" subpoena former national security adviser John Bolton.

As votes continue to be counted in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidates shift to New Hampshire, where Biden hopes to make a (long-shot) comeback.

Thousands of passengers on a cruise ship in Japan are quarantined for fear of coronavirus.

Olympic organizers in Tokyo are already touting their "countermeasures against infectious diseases," for fear of coronavirus concerns.

An interactive dashboard monitors the coronavirus spread.

The top ten surnames of the 2010 US census included Garcia, Rodriguez, and Martinez.

Just released: The first-ever nationwide database of US Catholic clergy “credibly accused” of sexual abuse.

Recent criminal activity around avocados bears similarities to that of “conflict minerals.”

A new paper studies flooding by looking at peoples’ exasperated tweets.

Rich, liberal white women pay $2,500 to explore their racism over dinner.

"If we had named our child Servant, we'd be all over the news." Parents with children named Alexa report teasing.

Watch: A slightly ridiculous amount of effort (and Pitagora Suitchi-style chain reactions) make for a party where Dad falls in the pool.

The silent film The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station was first released in 1895. Here’s what it looks like as a 4K 60-frames-per-second version.

A new book about Chinatown credits Roman Polanski with the genius, tarring Robert Towne for relying on an uncredited co-writer.

A round-up of this year's best films at Sundance finds triumph in diversity.

See also: “Stop Blaming History for Your All-White, All-Male Movie.”

The oldest wooden structure in the world is a 7,000-year-old well in the Czech Republic.

“The right mix of approachable but urgent.” How to design the cover for a book by Greta Thunberg.

The book cover industry is dominated by three images: "Man in Fog," "Naked Woman Sleeping on Gravel," and a woman carrying a bird cage.

Maybe you’re familiar with Bon Appétit’s test kitchen videos, and maybe you’re aware of “noodling” (it doesn’t involve pasta), but did you know that catching catfish with your feet is so painful?