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Shock, Rage And Gallows Humor: A Brexit Backlash On Social Media

Young voters had overwhelmingly voted to remain in the European Union. Now there's a flood of anger from those who accuse older generations of choosing a future they don't want.

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Parallels - World News

Boris Johnson: London's Ex-Mayor Could Be Britain's Next Prime Minister

Johnson took a gamble by leading the campaign for Britain to leave the EU. He's now a leading candidate to replace his college friend and fellow Conservative David Cameron.

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Bernie Worrell, 'Wizard Of Woo,' Dies At 72

The influential keyboardist and composer had been diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer. Worrell was a key member of Parliament-Funkadelic and played with the Talking Heads.

From 1991: Funk Legend Bernie Worrell, By Andy Lyman

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TSA PreCheck Applications Soar Amid Long Lines At Airports

They don't take off their shoes, they don't take out their laptops and their numbers are growing every day. Some 16,000 people per day are applying for the government's airport pre-screening program.

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Music News

Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

The new documentary, compiled from a deep archive of interviews, focuses on Frank Zappa's serious side — as a composer keen on exploring ugliness and difficulty.

Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

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Reactions To The Supreme Court Decision On Affirmative Action

From #BeckyWithTheBadGrades to "The Many Complaints of Abigail Fisher," the plaintiff at the head of the affirmative action case decided by the Supreme Court this week was the butt of many jokes.