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Here's What Happens to the 98% of College Athletes Who Don't Go Pro

For some of them the sport opens up a lot of options, but others are put in a tricky situation.

7 Things TV Gets Really Wrong About Being an Attorney

It takes 750 days to try a murder case in NYC. Not 30 minutes.
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These 3 States Are on the Verge of Legalizing Medical Marijuana

"I never thought that medical marijuana for children would be the thing that got this taken seriously by conservative lawmakers."
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A Student Destroyed A 200-Year-Old Work of Art, With One Selfie

When security guards stumbled upon this, they were horrified.
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9 Islands You Can Own for Less Than the Cost of College

You can own one for as little as $29,500.
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Here's How Many Billions College Players Will Make During March Madness This Year

A breakdown of the exact dollar amount each athlete is expected to make.
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Take These 9 Online Classes to Hack Business School

You don't need to be in debt to learn new skills.
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Stunning Footage Shows a Marlin Impaling An Oil Rig Pipe

Nature is apparently fighting back against ecological destruction.
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You Probably Live in One of the 20 Worst Countries for Internet Censorship

Reporters Without Borders has announced that these nations are the "Enemies of the Internet" ... and it's not who you think.
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Scientists Say This Could Help Lead to Weight Loss

This might just be the best medicine ever.
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A 9-Year-Old Was Bullied for His 'My Little Pony' Backpack. What Happened Next Is Amazing.

"Brony" controversy sparks beautiful, empowering response: #StandWithGrayson

What the Legends of Music Have to Say About Today's Stars

It isn't exactly polite.
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Scientists Have Discovered a Great Reason to Eat Chocolate Every Day

Not that you needed a reason to eat this, but now you have a good one.

Facebook's Freaky DeepFace Program Knows Your Friends Better Than You Do

It can recognize human faces pretty much as well as actual human beings.

The Problem With the Lean In Debate? Men

What one man learned about feminism from the debate over "lean in."
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The Biggest City in America Is About to Do Something Incredible for Its Kids

And it could have a major impact on inequality.
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13 Beautiful Rural Landscapes to Explore on Your Next Trip to China

Places to visit beyond China's bustling cities.

This Tool Proves that America's War on Weed Is a Racist Waste of Tax Dollars

Find out how racist your state is when it comes to marijuana arrests.
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One Year Since the GOP Autopsy, Republicans Still Failing Young Americans

Since Mitt Romney lost voters younger than 30 by five million votes in 2012, the GOP has done little to win back millennials.