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10 Cities Where You're Most Likely To Achieve the American Dream

The American Dream is alive and well in these 10 cities, where those at the bottom can rise to the top most easily.
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The 5 Coldest Places on Earth

These locales are no strangers to cold — polar vortex or not.
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Steubenville Rapist Released While Hacker Who Helped Expose Him Faces 10-Year Sentence

A gross miscarriage of justice could be underway in the infamous Steubenville rape case.
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How Music Executives Created 'Black' Hip Hop For White Suburban Kids

Why do some black rappers sound 'white'?

Oscar Predictions 2014: The Same 5 Movies Are Always Nominated

Thanks to the Academy's predictable routine, Oscar speculation has lost its magic.
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An Artist Asks Iranians a Simple Question – Their Responses Are Different Than You Might Expect

An Iranian artist asked people on the streets of Tehran what they would do if they could do anything. The answers may surprise you.
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Teen Hero Dies While Stopping Suicide Bomber From Killing His Classmates

Aitzaz Hassan, 14, confronted a suicide bomber and saved the lives of hundreds at his school.
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Show This Chart to Anyone Who Thinks the Koch Brothers' Political Influence is Overstated

It's like a spider web — a spider web of conservative funding spun by the Kochs.
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You've Heard Of Cheesepocalypse — But How About the Butter Boom, Or the Ice Cream Crash?

The dairy aisle in your local supermarket has never been this interesting.
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Bizarre Murders in Sochi Throws Russia Into Combat Alert Before Olympics

The new deaths have some questioning security for the games.

Grammy Award Performances 2014: A Music Lover's Guide to Survival

Another year, another set of extremely awkward musical partnerships.

Why the 'Entourage' Movie is All Wrong For 2014

We don't want the same things we did 10 years ago.
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What 'Pretty Little Liars' Knows About Women and Ratings

Believe it or not, 'Pretty Little Liars' continues to be the No. 1 television show for women aged 12 to 34.
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Cops Are Trolling Photos Like This to Stop-and-Frisk Gangs Online

Conventional stop-and-frisk tactics may be on the way out, but police are resorting to new kinds of virtual surveillance to monitor young criminal activity.

People's Choice Awards 2014 Recap: The 6 Most Bizarre Moments Of the Night

From clearly scripted speeches to surprise commercials, it was a People's Choice Awards for the ages.

5 Reasons to Get Excited About the New 'Girls' Soundtrack

Unreleased music by Miguel. And Beck.
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Wowza: The EU Wants to Turn Itself Into a "United States Of Europe"

It's federalism on a grand scale.

Golden Globe Predictions 2014: Best Picture Comedy

This is the toughest category of the night.
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JPMorgan Exec Explains How To Survive College in Epic Company-Wide Email

You may not want to hear this advice, which is exactly why you owe it to yourself to read it.
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Chris Christie Just Did Something With Big 2016 Implications, But It's Not What You Think

Chris Christie will survive the bridge scandal that's rocked his administration, but will his signing of controversial legislation this week cost him in 2016?

6 NYC Literary Destinations For Every Newbie New Yorker

These spots are a must-stop on any literary tour of New York City.

The Twitter Feed Every Book Lover Needs to See

This might be the most creative use of Twitter yet. Take that Jonathan Franzen.

Listen to 'Let It Go' the Golden Globe Nominated 'Frozen' Song

Idina Menzel is singing, no wonder it's so beautiful.

Golden Globe Awards 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Winner

Woody Allen is winning, whether he likes it or not.

Who is Lupita Nyong'o?

You've got questions, we've got answers.

Meet Sosie Bacon, This Year's Miss Golden Globe

The next shining star in the Tinseltown galaxy.

Golden Globes Predictions Best Drama: '12 Years a Slave'

The winner is pretty clear.