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Lana Del Rey Is a Huge Step Backwards for Women Everywhere

Welcome back to the 1950s.
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Food Companies Are Doing Everything to Keep This One New Line Off of Nutrition Labels

Twelve letters have ignited a heated debate between Big Sugar and the FDA.
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7 Biggest Lies We Need to Stop Telling About Atheists

Americans have it all wrong.

These Are the Rich Kids of Snapchat, and Their Photos Are Insane

They're out to flaunt their cars, their cash ... and their assault rifles.
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The Television Industry Has No Idea How to Handle Great Sci-Fi

The cancellation of 'Almost Human' sheds light on just how clueless TV is when it comes to sci-fi fans.
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13 Striking Portraits That Challenge Society's Views of Sikh Men

“We … wanted to break down barriers and show that having a beard and turban does not restrict what you can do in life."
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The Pope Has Officially Approved One of the Most Bizarre Practices in Catholicism

Pope Francis may be relatively progressive, but he has old-school roots on this issue.
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The 5 Big Lies That D.A.R.E Told You About Drugs

Including "D.A.R.E works."
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An Entire Island Nation Is Preparing to Evacuate Before It Sinks Into the Ocean

This country may only have 20 years left before it becomes uninhabitable.

The Worst Part of Robin Thicke's Controversial New Album: It's Not Just Creepy

Something important is missing from "Paula."

Oxford Scientists Say the Mythological Yeti May Actually Exist

But it may not be a primate.
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The 12 Most Insane Endurance Races on the Planet

Forget the Tour de France. These feats of endurance will blow your mind.
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One Image Sums Up Everything Wrong With America's Attitude Towards Immigrants

This is just shameful, no matter what your position on immigration is.
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The U.S. Has Been Secretly Involved in a War in Somalia for the Last 7 Years

And we're there helping fight a rapidly growing enemy.
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Iran Has Completely Ripped Off 'Modern Family,' Minus One Key Difference

It's a fascinating look into how the sitcom is being reinterpreted in the Middle East.

Scientists Have Discovered a Revolutionary New Way to Reverse Blindness

This discovery could solve a problem impacting 300 million people.
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One Simple Idea Is Helping Give America's Homeless Their Dignity Back

Why has no one thought of this before?
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Where America's Political Refugees Come From, in Two Charts

Thousands flee to the U.S. to escape persecution each year.
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There's One Huge Problem With Washington's Retail Weed Sales

It could be legalization's fatal flaw.

China’s Newest Crackdown Is Targeting a Massive Religious Tradition

China calls it an effort to mitigate "an upsurge in militant violence."

Everything We Know About 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'

The film is still two years away, but details are trickling out.

Music's Most Subversive and Unpredictable Band Just Broke Up

This is what true artistry looks like.
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President Obama Says He Has "Unfinished Business" With Wall Street

The president is finally taking a firm stance on the way big banks work.
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What to Watch, Read and Listen to This Fourth of July Weekend

An arts and entertainment cheat sheet.
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Wimbledon Champions Bring Home More Than $3 Million. Here's Why They're Actually Underpaid

The world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament could double its prize money and still make a huge profit.

How Wikipedia Vandals Are Proving This Is Truly the First Social Media World Cup

There's more to the first true social media World Cup than Twitter and Facebook.
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How I Respond to the Court That Just Struck Down a Historic Cyberbullying Law

The New York Supreme Court just set a major precedent — but was it the right one?