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April 9, 2015
April 9, 2015

12 Unique Wedding Vows That Show What a Marriage Should Really Be About

"I promise to grab your butt even when we're old and wrinkly."
April 9, 2015

President Obama Condemns "Conversion Therapy" for LGBT Youth — But There's More to Be Done

Before her death, a trans teenager begged for someone to "fix society" for people like her. President Obama is first in line.
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April 9, 2015

7 Harmful Myths We Need to Stop Telling About Poverty

It’s time to look at the facts about the nature of poverty.
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Alyssa Milano's Breast Milk Was Confiscated at an Airport and It's "Not OK"

She's fighting back one amazing tweet at a time.
April 9, 2015

Here Are All the Weird Little Ways You Know You've Found the One

"He said he had seen us buy furniture from IKEA in his dreams."
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April 9, 2015

Meet the Man Set to Have the World's First Full Head Transplant Surgery

No, this is not the work of Dr. Frankenstein.
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April 9, 2015

Put Down the Hummus — A Massive Recall of Sabra Products Is Underway

The company recalled 30,000 cases.
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A New Movie Is Shattering a Major Myth About Modern Relationships

Not every relationship has to look the same.
April 9, 2015

6 Eerie Ways That Radiohead Predicted the Future

From the kings of futuristic rock.
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April 9, 2015

Boston Just Proved It Might Be the Coolest — and Most Feminist — City in the US

If you're a fan of feminist anthems, Boston may be the city for you.
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11 Powerful Photos Capture a Dark Side of Australia's History

The government apologized seven years ago, but they're still healing.
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April 9, 2015

Scientists Have Built a Battery That Could Charge Your Phone in Less Than 60 Seconds

"Our new battery won't catch fire, even if you drill through it."
April 9, 2015

Tyler, the Creator Just Had One of the Biggest Weeks of His Career

The Tyler, The Creator empire began this week.
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April 9, 2015

41% of Unarmed Victims of Police Shootings Are Black

A disturbing national pattern.
April 9, 2015

'Orange Is the New Black' Keeps Things Black and White — and Red — in Season 3

The show is returning to shades of gray this year.
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Turning Anti-Gay Fliers Into Confetti Is the Perfect Middle Finger to Homophobic Bigots

If this isn't making lemonade out of lemons, we don't know what is.
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April 9, 2015

Two Separate Judges Just Revealed a Disturbing Problem With the Justice System

Is this really what justice in America looks like?
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April 9, 2015

Larry Wilmore Nails the Double Standard of Police Racial Bias in America

Officers's treatment of black and white people is worlds apart.
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The DEA Wants to Grow More Than 880 Pounds of Pot in 2015

The government needs a re-up.
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April 9, 2015

The U.S. Government Can Legally Search Your Digital Life Every Time You Go on Vacation

If you have "exaggerated yawning," you could be a target.
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Arizona and Arkansas Just Passed Bills Ordering Doctors to Lie About Abortion to Patients

Doctors say the law is "not evidence-based" and "really disturbing."
April 9, 2015

As 'Louie' Creatively Thrives, Billy Crystal's New Show Aims to Replicate Its Magic

'The Comedians' suffers in comparison to its time-slot companion.