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A Canadian Network Is Covering a Mass Shooting in a Way American Outlets Won't

Sun News decided to do something that most other networks would never dream of.
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Relations Between the West and Putin, Summed Up in a Single Perfect Photo

You couldn't have taken a more perfect picture if you tried.
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Intense Before-and-After Google Street View Pictures Perfectly Capture Detroit's Decline

These side-by-side images reveal the true course of the Motor City's descent into squalor.

Scientists Have Just Solved One of the Most Annoying Things About Your Smartphone

This may end one of the biggest inconveniences of the modern life.

New Study Highlights More of Marijuana's Potential Health Benefits

The good news keeps coming in for medical marijuana research.

Scientists Have a Disturbing New Theory Why Large Mammals Are Disappearing Rapidly

New research is upending the previously accepted hypothesis.
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What Texas Police Are Doing Is Law Enforcement Corruption at Its Very Worst

This is what it looks like when upholding the law becomes a business.
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President Obama Just Took a Major Step to Combat Student Loan Debt

He's putting his support behind what could be a major boon for student.
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The Creator of 'Calvin and Hobbes' Secretly Returned to Comics With These New Strips

America's most beloved and reclusive cartoonist has been secretly publishing work right under our noses.
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The Latest Twist in a Massive Scandal Proves Colleges Value Athletes More Than Students

More people are speaking out, and the NCAA needs to listen.

Dear Food Industry: You Owe Your Success to Science

Why Chobani's anti-science campaign is total nonsense.
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Why Sports' Most Dominant Home-Field Advantage Is in Serious Jeopardy

Rafael Nadal has won 65 of 66 career matches at the French Open, but Sunday's final will put his dominance to the test.
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The Groups Fighting Net Neutrality All Have One Sinister Thing in Common

Cable companies are getting down and dirty in the net neutrality fight.