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Hip-hop hit a milestone this week, turning 40 years old. The same week, Federal District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin, in a 195-page ruling, declared the New York Police Department’s practice of stop-and-frisk unconstitutional.

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The Russian Orthodox Church warns that the legalization of gay marriage spells impending doom; former President Carter proclaims "America does not have a functioning democracy"; meanwhile, Booz Allen Hamilton took over Washington, and nobody noticed until Edward Snowden blew the whistle. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Aaron "Big AT" Tremble, the main player in Terrance Dean's debut novel, "Mogul," is a music producer with a secret: He's on the up-and-up in his career, but he's also on the down low, struggling to come to terms with his sexuality at the risk of losing his family and his fame in the hip-hop industryIn Terrance Dean's debut novel, "Mogul," Aaron "Big A" Tremble is on the up-and-up as a music producer—but he's also on the down low.

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