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  • Bangkok’s First Biennale: Politics, Temples and Sex

    The city’s inaugural event has pushed the boundaries of censorship and what constitutes art — and how and where to display it.
  • Blizzard Inserts Identity Politics into Games as a Cover for Scandals

    The popular video game company behind World of Warcraft has been accused of using identity politics to hide its company scandals. Blizzard enjoyed huge success with franchises like Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo. Recently its business has taken a downturn and the company’s response has been to cater to liberal politics to generate positive publicity.

  • Atlantic City casino revenue up, but newbies hurt others

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Two reopened casinos and half a year of sports betting helped push Atlantic City's casino revenue up 7.5 percent in 2018 to nearly $2.86 million. Sports betting saw the casinos and two racetracks take in $1.24 billion since the first wagers were taken in June.