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This Young Artist Turns Online Bullying Towards Women Into Empowering Art

She’s using selfies to tackle online sexism.
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20 Photos From Sochi's Biggest Gay Club — the One the Mayor Claims Doesn't Exist

Sochi's mayor went full Ahmadinejad and claimed there are no gay people in his city. These photos tell a very different story.
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GOP Congressman Calls Rachel Maddow a Cheerleader and Her Response is Perfect

"Rachel Maddow is the Beyoncé of cable TV."

6 Young Asian-American Filmmakers Who Are Shattering America's Asian Film Bias

A new generation is challenging Hollywood's Asian stereotypes — and we need to pay attention.
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Can Justin Bieber Actually Be Deported From the U.S.? Here's What Comes Next For the Pop Star.

The people have spoken, and they want Bieber out. We now wait to see how the White House will respond.

The ‘Tiger Mom’ Racist Antics Are a Real Step Back For Asian-Americans

Here’s what Amy Chua’s racist stereotypes are really doing.
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Last Night's State of the Union Was Proof That Obama Has Stopped Doing His Job

He won't get a "year of action" without making a few concessions.

What 'House of Lies' Says About Race in America

Marty Kaan might be the most complicated black male character on television.
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Watch Nancy Grace Argue With Herself About Marijuana — and Lose

Just what the world needed: two Nancy Graces.

First Great Super Bowl Ad of the Year Proves What We All Know About Brits

Tom Hiddleston, plus Ben Kingsley, plus Mark Strong, equal sheer power.
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Watch: Anti-Government Protesters in France Turn Their Rage Toward Jews

"Jews you flaws, France is not yours"
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Obama is Making a Dangerous Move Dismissing the GOP — Here's Why

The Republican-controlled House is more powerful than he thinks.
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An Inside Look At How Sanctions Really Do Hurt the Lives Of Ordinary Iranians

Sanctions against Iran may be easing, but ordinary Iranians still face a daily struggle.

What the State Of the Union Looked Like Minute-By-Minute On Twitter

Here's what resonated with America last night, in one amazing graph.
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9 Photos That Show What It's Really Like to Live in Sochi

You won't be seeing this side of Sochi during the Olympics.
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6 Hilarious Reactions to Last Night's SOTU

No, these aren't made up.
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Watch: Republican Congressman Completely Loses It On Camera With a Reporter

Rep. Michael Grimm told a reporter, "I will break you in half."
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Tunisia's Constitution is a Win For Democracy in the Arab World

Tunisia just passed its first democratic constitution, and it's a victory for the entire region.
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8 Years After Millennials Graduated High School, Here's What Has Happened to Us

A new study from the Department of Education shows how millennials ended up almost a decade after high school.
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24 Republicans Just Voted to Officially Deny Climate Change's Existence

(99% of scientists think differently, BTW.)
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State of the Uterus Is the Only Speech You Need to See

President Obama didn't utter a single word on reproductive rights. Here's what he should have said.
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The Craziest Remark From Last Night's SOTU Goes to Mike Lee

Twitter was abuzz after the Senator dropped a certain cultural reference.
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Fact Check: What Republicans Got Wrong in Their SOTU Rebuttals

Let's compare the speeches with the data.
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EU Gives Putin Epic Snub by Denying Him a Dinner Invite

Is it too late to make dinner plans with China?
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How Tech Companies are Making the Rich Richer and the Poor Poorer

Wal-Mart is better for high unemployment rates in America than Amazon.
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7 Moments From SOTU That Prove 2014 Will Be the Year For Progressives

It may not have been the sexiest speech, but that doesn't mean Obama didn't give progressives a lot to look forward to.