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Pope Francis Just Made a Radical Statement That Could Transform the Catholic Church

His Holiness can add this declaration to his growing list of achievements.

19 of Maya Angelou's Most Powerful Quotes to Remember Her By

A voice we will never forget.
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14 Beautiful Photos Show a Side to Pakistan You'll Never See in the Media

Going beyond the headlines.

11 Powerful Documentaries That Will Change the Way You Think About Sex Work

There's more than one side to any story.
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7 Lies We Need to Stop Telling About Gun Control in America

The facts about guns are scarier than you think.

Oversharing on Facebook Could Actually Be a Sign of Deeper Issues

New research yields surprising findings about why we share.
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The Edward Snowden Saga Just Took a Strange New Twist

Shocker: the Obama administration wasn't telling the truth about the former contractor.

Maya Angelou's 'Still I Rise' Holds a Powerful Lesson for Today's America

There's no better way to remember the iconic poet than by heeding the message of one of her most popular compositions.
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Scientists Found Something Remarkable After Studying the Brains of Gay Dads

This is sure to change the debate on whether gay parenting is bad for children.
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What We Learned From Stephen Hawking’s 19-Page Study on England’s World Cup Chances

The theoretical physicist tackles yet another mystery of the cosmos: Why England can't hit a cow's arse with a banjo from the penalty spot.

Neuroscientists Have Discovered Why Certain People Always Thrive Under Pressure

Brain scans reveal why some people succeed and others crumble in tough situations.
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These Men Are on a Mission to Shatter the Biggest Myths About Black Masculinity in America

They're determined to take back the narrative.

Maya Angelou, One of America's Greatest Poets, Dead at 86

The iconic poet, artist was known for 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings' and 'Still I Rise.'

Scientists Accidentally Turned a Man Into a Johnny Cash Fan With a Brain Implant

And it may have revealed why we become fans of certain artists.
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Why the World Cup Will Be Bad News for Indigenous People

You've heard what's happening in the favelas, but Brazil's indigenous people are also under assault.
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Powerful Anti-FIFA Graffiti Perfectly Captures Brazil's Discontent With the World Cup

Anger over the social inequity surrounding the World Cup has manifested itself in powerful street art.

Here's What Google's New Self-Driving Car Looks Like – And How It Will Transform the World

Now we can finally see one of these self-driving cars in action.
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Something Happened in Baseball Last Night That Never, Ever Happens

A light-hitting center fielder snapped the longest streak without a home run in 67 years on Tuesday night.