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7 Things White People Definitely Didn't Discover But Get Credit for Anyway

White people seem to have a habit of "Columbus-ing" the things minority groups invent.

11 Times Kanye West Actually Had a Really Great Point

Yeezus doesn't always speak truth — but when he does, it's worth hearing.

Two Teenage Girls Have Invented the Most Powerful Video Game of the Year

It comes with a very different kind of arsenal. Sponsored by Cole Haan.
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If People Tried Cosmo's Sex Positions, Here's How Ridiculous They'd Look

Because every woman can do a handstand while having sex.
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If Buying Condoms Was Like Buying Birth Control, Here's How Frustrated Men Would Feel

"But, baby, then it won't feel as good."
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Women Can Now Buy a Thigh Gap with Their Jeans

Move over, Gap - there's a new jean superstore in town.

Harvard Scientists Have Taken a Major Step Toward a Cure for Diabetes

3.3 million sufferers may have some good news coming.

'The Voice' Isn't Really About Singing At All

Taylor Swift's addition emphasizes the biggest problem with the show.

Snapchat Is Making the Change We've Been Anticipating

Snapchat finally confirmed the news on Wednesday.

9 Artists Challenging Our Perceptions of Afghanistan

Take a look at the country through the eyes of the young artists who call it home.
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This Basketball Player's Selfie Is Going Viral for the All the Wrong Reasons

A prime example of how not to take a selfie.
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The American Media Is in Full Panic Mode Over Ebola — And It's Only Making Things Worse

From the aftermath of Haiti's earthquake to West Africa's epidemic, a propensity for hysteria has consistently done more harm than good.

6 Inspiring Fashion Lessons From Women Over 60

Great fashion has no age limit.
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This Is Why You Don't Joke About Ebola on an Airplane

All this because of a tasteless joke by an American passenger.

Flying Cars May Be a Reality Sooner Than You Think

The common sci-fi trope may soon move into the world of non-fiction.

In the Past Two Weeks, Two Women Have Been Brutally Attacked for Rejecting Men's Advances

This is how sexism operates in the real world.

5 Instagram Feeds Beautifully Capture Everyday Life Around the World

We're not so different after all
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Archaeologists' Latest Discovery May Change What We Know About Art

New cave paintings suggest we may have been wrong about the origin of art.
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Another Black Teen Has Been Killed by Police in the St. Louis Area

Just two months after and 12 miles away from Michael Brown.
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A Woman May Now Control North Korea — Here's What You Need to Know About Her

Meet the woman who has likely taken over.

This Man Just Won the Nobel Prize for Literature — Here's What to Read of His Work

French writer Patrick Modiano became the 107th recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature on Thursday.
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The White House Covered Up Multiple Secret Service Scandals, Documents Allege

Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse.
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3 NYPD Videos From This Week Alone All Show the Same Disturbing Thing

It's unfortunate that these videos continue to be commonplace.
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New Research Debunks One of the Most Common Stereotypes About Teens Who Sext

Sexting doesn't always lead to what everyone thinks it does.

An "Undocumented Immigrant" Is Generating Serious Oscar Buzz

Jose Antonio Vargas is making waves with a new documentary.
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How Young People Really Feel About Race, Money, Weed

The highlights from a recent wide-ranging survey.

Restrictive Voter ID Laws Are Hurting One of America's Most Overlooked Groups

The recent wave of laws across the country is making our elections less than democratic.
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Here's All the Shade the Former CIA Director Has Been Throwing At Obama

Leon Panetta has been telling anyone who will listen how bad President Obama is.

New Report From Boston Shows a Massive Racial Gap in Stop and Frisks

A new American Civil Liberties Union study doesn't paint a beautiful picture.
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