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Posted on May 5, 2017

Prince Philip: Cyclone coinciding with retirement ‘likely to cement God status among cult who worship him’ ~ Villagers of South Pacific nation believe Queen’s husband is son of a volcano spirit | Independent

How Prince Philip’s unorthodox upbringing and traumatic childhood shaped him | The Telegraph

Prince Philip in the public eye | The Washington Post

‘Protector of the Royal Family’: How Prince Philip helped modernize the monarchy | CBC

Duke of Edinburgh to step back from public duties in the fall | CBC

The romances of young Prince Philip | The Telegraph

The day I learned the truth about Prince Philip’s ‘gaffes’ | CNN

Brad Pitt Talks Divorce, Quitting Drinking, and Becoming a Better Man | GQ

Refugees Are Fleeing Trump’s America for This Tiny Canadian Town | NBC News

The six Brexit traps that will defeat Theresa May ~ Two years ago Yanis Varoufakis led Greece’s failed attempt to negotiate with the EU. He explains how the Brussels establishment will do everything to frustrate and outmanoeuvre the British prime minister, using tactics ranging from truth reversal to ‘the Penelope ruse’ | The Guardian

Welcome to Weimar ~ The Stored city of Weimar, Germany (population 65,000) absorbed 900 refugees in a year. Our journalists spent months on the ground examining integration from all sides | The New York Times

Sold for Parts ~ One of the most dangerous companies in the U.S. took advantage of immigrant workers. Then, when they got hurt or fought back, it used America’s laws against them. | ProPublica

How Trump could get fired ~ The Constitution offers two main paths for removing a President from office. How feasible are they? | The New Yorker

The Love and Terror of Nick Cave | GQ

Is Psychiatry Partisan? ~ A debate on the nature of expertise in mental health could decide three people’s lives, and many more to come. | The Atlantic

Alt Right ~ How Sweden Became “The Most Alt-Right” Country In Europe | Buzzfeed

Can Wal-Mart’s Expensive New E-Commerce Operation Compete with Amazon? | A recent acquisition spree including gives the retail giant much-needed digital chops. | Bloomberg

Chris Rock in a Hard Place: On Infidelity, His New Tour and Starting Over ~ After a bitter divorce, and frustrated with Hollywood, Chris Rock wondered if he could still kill – so he’s spending a year on the road finding out | Rolling Stone

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