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Because of its popularity and because of the huge revenue streams it provides for all sorts of people, the N.F.L. has an outsized amount of power. And it chooses to use that power to function, in many ways, as if it were a dictatorship.
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Once a motley crew of frightened strays hiding, half-starving, in the palace's basement, the Hermitage's cats are now a well-loved, well-fed part of the museum's family. Some seventy former street cats live at the Hermitage, where, thanks largely to ...