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It’s Britney, B*tch A slutty-uniform-wearing Britney Spears sealed her fate as the Princess of Pop at just 16. All these years later, we’re still in her thrall

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A Tech Tycoon’s Prison Tweets Before the anti-virus-software guru John McAfee died in prison in Spain, he was a social media animal


The In-Between Nearly three minutes elapsed between the time an explosion destroyed the Challenger space shuttle’s fuel tank and the death of its crew members. What happened?


In Good Company Jean Pigozzi’s candid snapshots pay tribute to the men who have influenced him most, from Steve Jobs to Gianni Agnelli, Mick Jagger, and his own father

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Bad Romance Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women brought readers inside the bedrooms of a trio of American women. Female sexuality is also the theme of her new novel, Animal

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Short List Books to read this week, including an investigation into Juul’s sketchy marketing, a look at history’s most photogenic presidents, and an Everest memoir

The See-and-Be-Seen Hotel London’s Savoy hotel welcomed glamorous Hollywood actors, top-brass politicians, and its fair share of intrigue. Who was behind it all?


The Really Right Stuff John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, was the picture of calm during meetings with J.F.K. ahead of his journey. His archives reveal a human side


Christina Quarles The L.A.-based artist’s dreamy, colorful work breaks down complex subjects of gender, race, and identity

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Air Supply

The Eternal Academic School may be out for the summer, but for many of us, the classic collegiate vibe never gets tired. It’s easy to cheer on this week’s lineup—with items for the desk, wardrobe, and field—which celebrates university style without any of the pre-exam stress

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