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April 7, 2013

38 Completely Normal Thoughts to Have As College Graduation Looms

Senior year's a blast, except for finals, job applications, and the unknown road ahead. Stop stressing! Here is a list of completely normal thoughts to have as graduation approaches.
April 7, 2013

5 Successful Teenagers Who Will Make You Feel Like You've Done Nothing With Your Life

Here are five teenagers who will make you question how you've been using your time.
April 7, 2013

'Mad Men' Season 6 Premiere: Where to Watch

The penultimate season of "Mad Men" premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on AMC.
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April 7, 2013

Anne Smedinghoff: John Kerry Mourns 25-Year-Old Diplomat Killed in Afghan Blast

A suicide bomb attack in southern Afghanistan resulted in the deaths of five Americans and an Afghan doctor. Of those killed was a diplomat — the first to die on the job since Benghazi.
April 7, 2013

7 Quotes From Prominent Women On the Benefits Of Marrying Late Or Not At All

Even though times have changed, society and the media often encourage and celebrate women who marry at a young age. These prominent women, however, tell you why you should wait.
April 7, 2013

Meet the Little Girl Who Rejected Prince William's Kiss

Check out the royal couple's first public appearance since the announcement of Duchess Kate's pregnancy.
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April 7, 2013

Donkey-Bomb Kills 1 and Injures 3 in Afghanistan

A bomb strapped to the back of a donkey exploded in Afghanistan on Friday. What does this mean for the future of the Taliban's use of IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices)?
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April 7, 2013

Is Kim Il-Sung Alive After All?

According to the 1998 Constitution, the late Kim Il-sung is the "Eternal President." He is technically ruling the country, even death, not just in title but in the continuance of the Juche.
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April 7, 2013

Angel Green: Teen's Suicide Moves Indiana Anti-Bullying Initiative Forward

When 14-year-old Angel Green committed suicide as a result of bullying, her final plea to her mother was that she get justice for bullied children everywhere.
April 7, 2013

Babies Are Cute. Their Diapers Are Not. #SocialMediaRules

Brooklyn blogger Blair Koenig has a message for oversharing, overindulgent, self-important parents. Just... STFU, a little. Please.
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April 7, 2013

This Brave Eagle Scout Won't Tolerate the Boy Scouts' Anti-Gay Policy

Hamilton Foster, an Eagle Scout, has taken a stand against the Boy Scouts' controversial policy regarding gay participants. He joins a growing chorus of scouts protesting the organization.
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April 7, 2013

A New Economy is Taking Shape, and It's Even Worse Than Before

The number of jobs being added throughout the economic recovery is meager at best. Most jobs are low paid, and the future of the middle class doesn't appear bright.
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April 7, 2013

'Game Of Thrones' Creator George R. R. Martin Calls Himself a "Feminist"

Even with its excessive showcasing of boobs, "Game of Thrones" is an empowering show to women, so it should be no surprise that the author behind the original books calls himself a feminist.
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April 7, 2013

4 Former Tea Party Stars With Bleak Futures

A series of polls show a voter backlash against politicians who have aligned themselves with the Tea Party movement. This once rising wagon may have been a bad bet to hitch yourself to.
April 7, 2013

NCAA Championship Game 2013: 23 Facts About the Louisville Vs. Michigan Matchup

The University of Louisville will face the University of Michigan for the 2013 NCAA Basketball National Title Monday. Here are some fun facts about the teams and players.
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April 7, 2013

Paul Cameron: FRC Chairman Claims 23% Of Gay Men Have Had Sex With Children

The Family Research Institute's Paul Cameron thinks that 23% of San Francisco gay men have had sex with children, among other weird and hurtful beliefs he announced on Thursday.
April 7, 2013

What Time is 'Mad Men' On?

Season six premieres on AMC Sunday at 9 p.m.
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April 7, 2013

World Health Day 2013 Aims to Decrease Hypertension-Related Deaths

Stakeholders should find appropriate incentives in order to decrease hypertension-related deaths for World Health Day.
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April 7, 2013

5 Reasons to Help Fight Chicago School Closures

On March 21, Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett announced the district's plan to close 54 schools and 61 school buildings. Help Chicagoans fight to save their schools!
April 7, 2013

How to End Segregated Proms Once And For All

A simple solution to a national embarrassment.
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April 7, 2013

Hillary Clinton 2016: Arianna Huffington Just Realized She May Be Running

The Huffington Post powerhouse said on ABC's "This Week" that Hillary Clinton is running for president. This should be obvious to anyone who reads the news or has a pulse.
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April 7, 2013

5 Lessons From Caroline Kennedy’s Failed Senate Bid

Will Caroline Kennedy’s quest for the position of U.S. Ambassador to Japan be more successful than her aborted bid for the New York Senator position in 2009?
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April 7, 2013

5 Most Popular College Themed Parties

The routine of going to a regular bar, club, or dorm party on the weekends can get dull. Here are the five most common party themes to consider to spice up the affair.
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April 7, 2013

Will On-Body Police Cameras Increase Police Accountability and Decrease Brutality?

Axon Flex is revolutionizing the way policing is done with a new clip-on police camera, but will the product actually increase cop accountability and help private citizens?
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April 7, 2013

Was Brendon Ayanbadejo Cut From the Ravens For Gay Rights Activism?

The former Ravens linebacker may no longer win any Super Bowls, but his cut from the team might just be the best move he could make for marriage equality.
April 7, 2013

'The Office' TV Show: Best Episodes Of Each Season

As the nine-season run of "The Office" winds down (the series finale airs on May 16), let's take a look at the best episode from every season of the show.
April 7, 2013

What Time is the 'Mad Men' Season 6 Premiere On?

The 2-hour premiere will be on at 9 p.m.