30 Photos That Challenge the Harmful Stereotypes Toy Companies Sell You

Sexism doesn't have to start at an early age.

The 9 Real Country Music Stars of Our Generation

Country music was never about the bros.

16 Things That Have a Totally Different Name, Depending on the State

They're called jimmies. Not sprinkles.

The Definitive Chart for How Much to Tip in Every Scenario

A guide for alleviating that tipping anxiety.

Why So Many American Indians Have an Issue With Coachella

The problem with "playing Indian."

Understanding the Feminist Controversy Behind 'Gone Girl'

The anticipated new Ben Affleck and David Fincher movie is already making headlines, but not for the right reasons.

What You Need to Know About the Bomb Scare in Boston Tonight

Police detonated two suspicious backpacks along the marathon route on Tuesday.

The University of Alabama Has Finally Joined the 21st Century

The Greek organizations on campus should have done this 50 years ago.

Police Are Experimenting With "Live Google Earth" to Watch Crime as It Happens

This is powerful, but potentially scary technology.

There's a Poverty-Stricken Side of Coachella Nobody's Talking About

The music festival has brought in millions of dollars for the region — but benefited only a few.

Why Finland's Provocative New Stamp Could Never Debut in America

Talk about spicing up your letterhead.

Monica Jones Was Arrested for "Walking While Trans." Now Thousands Are Fighting Back

Time to stop profiling trans women of color.

India Is Giving Transgender People a Right That the U.S. Still Won't

Now if only America would follow suit.

10 Black and Latino Musicians Changing the Face of Classical Music

These young musicians are welcome faces in a space long dominated by white, European men.

Wisconsin Republicans Want to Add the Threat of Secession to Their Platform

But many top state GOPers are distancing themselves from the initiative.

11 Beautiful Photos of Passover Being Celebrated Around the World

Wishing everyone a "Chag Sameach!"

I Was There When the Bombs Went Off, One Year Ago

And have witnessed Muslims, Christians, Jews and atheists come together since. That's the power of Boston Strong.

Outdoor Advertisements Across the U.S. Will Soon Be Replaced With Fine Art

This refreshing campaign is going global.

There Was Another Chemical Attack in Syria, and No One Noticed

What does this mean for global tension?

After a Student Got Bullied for Being Trans, a Grassroots Movement Fights Back

A successful political movement is one that refuses failure.