Jonathan Robinson
Jonathan Robinson
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April 28, 2014

7 Secret Ingredients Hiding in the Foods You Eat Every Day

The common products you buy at the grocery story are not what they seem.

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Jan. 15, 2014

11 Powerful Photos In Black American History That Must Never Be Forgotten

These 11 photos are defining moments of the black experience in America, irrevocably shaping American culture as a whole.
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Jan. 2, 2014

12 Things Michael Bloomberg Accomplished As Mayor — For Better Or Worse

Mayor Bloomberg's long tenure as the boss of New York City came to an end on Tuesday. Here's a look at the mark he made on the city that never sleeps
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Nov. 28, 2013

Black Friday Is Not A Good Deal, For Anyone

The frenzy surrounding Black Friday is changing American values for the worse.
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Nov. 15, 2013

H6N1 Bird Flu is Here, But There's No Reason to Panic

In Taiwan, the infection of a 20-year-old woman indicates that a new strain of avian flu has switched hosts from birds to humans, sparking concerns about a possible pandemic in the making.
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Nov. 13, 2013

Tallest Buildings in the World: Where One WTC Ranks

On Tuesday, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat officially declared One World Trade Center in NYC the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Where does it stand globally?

Nov. 7, 2013

Silk Road 2.0: Site Returns a Month After Feds Shut It Down

Illicit goods marketplace Silk Road has returned, stronger than before and eager to resume its shady activities.
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Nov. 6, 2013

Northwestern Football to Don Blood-spattered Uniforms Against Michigan

Northwestern University has collaborated with Under Armour to create a bold new uniform intended to raise awareness and support for America's veterans.
Nov. 1, 2013

Million Mask March: Anonymous is Planning V for Vendetta In Real Life

The hacktivist collective Anonymous has organized a march on Washington, D.C. known as the Million Mask Mark to stand up against tyranny and oppression in America.
Oct. 29, 2013

New Study Explains Why You Enjoy Epic Fails

Scientists at Princeton have proven what video games, movies, and television have shown us for decades: people really like to watch other people suffer. It's in our DNA.
Oct. 25, 2013

Pew Center Research Poll: Facebook Has Made Consuming News a Form Of Self-Expression

The Pew Research Center released a study on Thursday examining the ways in which Facebook affects Americans' consumption of news, with interesting results.

Oct. 22, 2013

AirBnb Brings $632 Million Windfall to New York City

A recent study found that Airbnb generated $632 million in economic activity for New York City. Are do-it-yourself hospitality and lodging services like this the way of the future?
Oct. 18, 2013

Residents Are Sick Of Their Local High School Being Named After a KKK Grand Wizard

Residents of Jacksonville, Fla. are once again fighting to remove the name of Nathan Bedford Forrest - the original Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan - from a local public high school.
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Oct. 15, 2013

The Unsuspected Cause Of Thousands Of Cattle Deaths in South Dakota

South Dakota's cattle industry has been hit hard by the surprise onslaught of winter storm Atlas. Thousands of animals are dead, millions of dollars in revenue lost, and the government won't help
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Oct. 10, 2013

Undercover Cops Are Making Millions Selling Cocaine

The cops in Broward County, Fla. have found a way to take a big slice of the drug trade pie.
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Oct. 8, 2013

Barry Black: Meet the Man Literally Praying For Congress

Chaplain Barry C. Black has one uninterrupted minute everyday to reach the Senate, and it may just be the most honest minute of their entire day.

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Oct. 3, 2013

Watch Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul Get Caught Discussing Shutdown Strategy

Two Republican senators were taped talking candidly about the shutdown and their strategy for winning the tit-for-tat war with Democrats. Here's what they won't say to your face.
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Oct. 1, 2013

Watch WWII Veterans Storm Their Own Closed Memorial

Even in the face of a midnight federal government shutdown and the closing of national parks and monuments nationwide, World War II veterans remain determined to visit the memorial in D.C.
Sept. 26, 2013

This Study Found Out Just How Many People Still Aren't Using the Internet and Why

The Pew Research Center recently found that 15% of Americans do not use the internet. How in the world is this possible? Who the heck are these relics of antiquity?
Sept. 24, 2013

5 Reasons George W. Bush Needs to Step Up His Instagram Game

George W. Bush recently joined popular photo sharing platform Instagram, but he treats it like its Facebook. For his own sake he really needs to get better at this whole digital revolution deal.