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Guerrilla Protestors Storm the Guggenheim With a Message the Museum Can’t Ignore

The Guggenheim didn't see this one coming.

These Are the 13 Most Explicit Sexual Innuendos in Music History

From Kelis' "Milkshake" to Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer."

Carmen Carrera Posts Scathing Takedown of 'RuPaul's Drag Race's' "Shemale" Slur

"This whole business about if you can tell whether a woman is biological or not is getting kind of old."

These Are the Black Emojis We've Been Waiting For

This company decided not to wait for Apple, and has released its own black emoji set.
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Here's What 1,544 Doctors Had to Say About Medical Marijuana

A new study surveyed doctors from 12 specialties in 48 states.

One Country Is Responsible For America's Biggest Pop Songs

We take a look at 14 of the biggest hits over the last 15 years.
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There's Something Really Eerie About Japan's Biggest Pop Star

"She" has to be seen to be believed.
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Here's a Plain-English Explanation of the Huge Supreme Court Decision That Was Made Today

1% of Americans will absolutely love what just happened.
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How to Become a Successful Freelancer in 6 Months

More money, fewer problems.
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The Story Behind How Bradley Cooper Helped Obamacare Reach Its 7 Million Goal

When you've got a lot of famous friends, sometimes things just work out.
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What the New Army Hairstyle Guidelines Suggest About the Military's Race Problem

Twists, braids and big hair are out — but why?

Powerful Portraits Show What Transgender Looks Like Outside of America

Unfortunately Western culture is threatening these traditions.
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The Perfect Rom-Com for Every Year of Your 20s

A whole lot of love lessons here. Pass the tissues.
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A 75-Year-Old Woman Has Found the Most Powerful Way to Protest in Turkey

In a dark time for Turkish democracy and free speech, this woman relied on something simple.
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100,000 People Are Protesting in Taiwan — and Their "Sunflower Movement" Is Strikingly Beautiful

The latest Taiwan-China trade deal has sparked a national movement.

Meet the First African-American Trans Violinist Invited to Solo at Carnegie Hall

Musician Tona Brown wants to make music history — in more ways than one.
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Science Just Brought Us One Step Closer to Speaking With Dolphins

Researchers recently had their first verbal interaction with a bottlenose dolphin.

How The Middle East Is Solving the Gender Gap That Silicon Valley Is Ignoring

The Middle East has discovered how important women are in building the technology of the future.
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Why Everyone Should Care About the Greedy Hypocrisy of the Hobby Lobby Agenda

It's not just about birth control rights anymore.
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Chile's Terrifying Earthquake Makes It Clear That We Need to Take Climate Change Seriously

The incident highlights what you often don't associate with climate change.
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8 Ways Vintage Lovers Will Fall in Love With Cairo

A field guide to finding unique treasures in Egypt's capital city.