How Washington Could Force Donald Trump to Betray His Supporters — Fortune

Donald Trump thundered to Americans, “I am your voice,” as he accepted the Republican presidential nomination this summer. As president, he’ll find that Washington has a way of shouting back–even to the point of drowning him out. The seat of the federal government is teeming with interest groups, corporate lobbyists and big-money super PACs. They…

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How To Watch Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Live — Fortune

Where can you watch a reality TV star, a Grammy-winning singer, a pair of buzzed-about filmmakers, and a slew of female execs from some of the world’s hottest companies talking business–and life? Just one place: Fortune‘s 2016 Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, where rising female leaders gather to discuss business, government, philanthropy, education, and…

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For Now, Melania Trump Plans to be Long-Distance First Lady — Fortune

It will be one of many unusual things about a Donald Trump administration: a long-distance first lady. Trump will move into the White House after the Jan. 20 inauguration. Breaking with tradition, Melania Trump and 10-year-old son Barron plan to remain in New York City at least until the end of the school year. While…

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Inside Fidel Castro’s life of luxury and ladies while country starved — New York Post

With his shaggy beard and rumpled, olive-drab fatigues, Fidel Castro presented himself to the world as a modest man of the people. At times, he claimed he made just 900 pesos ($43) a month and lived in a “fisherman’s hut” somewhere on the beach. But Castro’s public image was a carefully crafted myth, more fiction…

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How Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah Became an Undisputed Classic — TIME

Tributes from musicians across the world have been paid to legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, who passed away at the age of 82 on Thursday. The Canadian singer-songwriter had a long-running and celebrated career spanning decades, with his song “Hallelujah” becoming a sleeper hit decades after it was produced in 1984. But the song for which…

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