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Pink Floyd Just Made History One Last Time

Their last album just defied all expectations.

Harvard Scientists Found Something Surprising About People Who Meditate

If you're someone who likes meditation, there's good news.
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Stunning Photos Show What Cities Would Look Like If We Turned Off the Lights

A reminder of how beautiful our world is, when you stop and look.

What You Think About Lesbian Sex Is Wrong

Lesbians have more sex than straight men — so we might as well know what they're actually doing.

There's a Reason Engagement Photos Irritate Us — And It's Not Because We're Bitter

It’s not that we can’t appreciate other people’s happy photos. It’s that we don’t believe them.

Stunning Portraits of Drag Queens Challenge How We Think About Gender

One photographer shows how a little hair and makeup can go a long way.
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If Asian Women Had a White Guy Fetish, This Is How Ridiculous It Would Sound

Racial fetishes are never charming.

13 Dating Myths About 20-Somethings the Media Needs to Stop Telling

It's time to bury the phrase "hookup culture" once and for all.
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There's One Topic We Still Won't Discuss Online

Sometimes face-to-face still is best.

Racism Is a Made-Up Word, Says Successful White Man

It's 2014, but apparently we haven't gotten past debating whether racism is a thing.

If You've Ever Felt That Ghosts Are Real, Scientists Are Now Backing You Up

Scientists have figured out where ghosts come from, and it's not beyond the grave.
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These Disturbing Maps Show a Growing Humanitarian Crisis No One Is Talking About

Thousands of people have no homes that they can go back to — and that's a reality that can't be ignored.

What Your Favorite Movies Would Look Like With One Letter Removed

Your favorite movies just got even better thanks to a hilarious series of drawings.
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10 Maps and Charts That Predict How the World Will Be in 2015

What to watch for on the international stage, according to the World Economic Forum.
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Obamacare is Headed Back to the Supreme Court

And this time it's personal. Er, semantic.
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One Shocking Fact Reveals Why It's Time to Raise the Minimum Wage

These charts reveal a remarkable trend which must be stopped.
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This Election, the American People Made History in the Worst Possible Way

We haven't seen this since World War II.
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Abercrombie Has Gone From Regina George to Cady Heron

Young people are hitting Abercrombie where it hurts.

How to Succeed in Science, According to Some of the World's Brightest Female Scientists

Unlock your inner genius. Sponsored by Cole Haan.

This Batsh*t Video Aired at 4 a.m. on Television and the Internet Is Freaking Out

'Too Many Cooks' is a window into a low-rent hell.

Think Twice Before Choosing Your Driving Music

Everything Bruce Springsteen told us was a lie.

Your Taste in Music Could Be Ruining Your Dating Game

Think carefully about the music you share on that OkCupid profile.
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If You Need That Proof America's Prison System Is Broken, Just Look to Mississippi

Nearly a million dollars in bribes — to one man.
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This Man Got 22% of Rhode Island Votes for Less Than the Cost of Dinner

This year's midterms were the most expensive in history, but no thanks to Bob Healey.
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The Eternal Paradox of Race and Politics, in One Quote

Why Democrats and Republicans will continue to stumble at the finish line.

Stunning Google Earth Photos Show Just How Much Humans Change the Planet

Earth is changing — these photos prove it.
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Indigenous Artists Finally Get the Spotlight They Deserve in New TV Series

The show is one of the first to feature young indigenous creatives.

Science Has Some Comforting News for People Who Skip Tracks Constantly

If you do this a lot, you're not alone.

Pointing to Black People Is a Gang Sign Now, According to an Eyewitness 'Investigation'

Clearly, this means the mayor of Minneapolis is "legitimizing murder."

Watch the New Trailer for 'Girls' Season 4

"I just don't understand why nobody tells you how bad it's going to be in the real world."

14 of the Best Books to Read on Your Kindle Right Now

Because your morning commute should be about more than mindless entertainment.
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These New Mexico Football Players Are Taking a Bold Stand Against Bullying

And setting an example for teenagers across the U.S.

Is Portland the Worst City for Young Married People?

It's the millennial divorcée capital of America — but does that mean it ruins relationships?
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More Than 600 US Soldiers Were Exposed to Chemical Weapons in Iraq

And the Pentagon did nothing to help them.