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A Fraternity’s Leaked Documents Reveal the Horrifying Truth about Rape Culture

This is the way men talk about women when they think no one's watching.

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Which Famous President Is Just Like You? Take the Quiz

Six questions to help you find your "spirit president."
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11 Quirky Things You Never Knew About America's Presidents

Like, why Abe Lincoln decided to grow a beard.
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14 Historical Figures You Probably Didn't Know Had Tattoos

This list is as random as it is badass.
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The Tea Party is Like a Bratty Teenager — And the GOP Needs to Send It Packing

It's time for the GOP to pack the Tea Party a bag, give it a loving embrace, and drop it off at the bus station to start its own life as a separate party.
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Nobel Peace Prize: Theodore Roosevelt Was the Most Important Winner Of All Time

America's 26th President understood that good intentions must often be combined with military strength.

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Government Shutdown Question: Would the Founding Fathers Fight Liberalism?

An overview of American history exposes the lie in right-wing claims about progressive economic policy proposals.
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This is What Happens When You Give 300 L.A. High Schoolers iPads

Teenagers nowadays are smarter than school districts think.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: We Will Raise the Debt Ceiling, Even Though 55% Of Americans Don't Want To

A new poll shows that the majority of Americans oppose raising the debt ceiling. But we're going to get a raise anyways.
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What the Debate Over Entitlement Reform is Really About

Amid all the talk about entitlement programs, there's one major factor that's being left out — and that has a huge influence on how we think about the social safety net.
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Listen to Your Enemy and You Might Just Be Surprised

Treating political opponents as friends rather than enemies makes us all stronger.

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Free Market Supporters Always Get This One Thing Wrong

Conservatives and libertarians believe, erroneously, that antitrust laws are unnecessary.
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Washington Nationals' Mascot Teddy Roosevelt Stars in Video Promoting Obamacare at Baseball Game

Do baseball games and political promotions mix? With Obamacare right around the corner, is it acceptable for sport events to promote its political messages? HHS group and the Nationals think so.
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Memorial Day 2013: Is It Unpatriotic to Criticize Our Troops?

While America is divided on the use of American military might, we should all be united in commemorating the men and women who have died serving in the military.
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President Obama at Correspondents' Dinner: "Second Term Baby"

President Obama kicks off the White House Correspondents' Dinner toasts with some swag.
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WHCA Dinner 2013: Why Tom Brokaw Declined His Invitation

Brokaw turned down the invitation to this year's WHCD, citing actress Lindsay Lohan's attendance last year as his "breaking point."

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CPAC 2013: Rand Paul Speaks

Rand Paul of Kentucky jokes about the sequester.
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GOP Civil War: Whites Aren't Voting Republican Anymore, So Who Can They Rely On Now?

The GOP can no longer rely on Southerners and the white working class to deliver presidential elections. Republicans need to appeal to minority voters, or it's over.
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Presidents' Day 2013: The 4 Most Important Presidential Decisions in U.S. History Were Real Estate Deals

Some of the biggest decisions past presidents have made were major real estate deals, including the Louisiana Purchase and Alaska land deal. The foresight to invest in the future was paramount.
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Chris Christie Weight May Take a Back Seat to His Huge Approval Rating in 2016 Run

A new poll gives New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a 73% approval rating. Despite the favorable numbers, could his weight be an issue in a possible presidential campaign?
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Duck! 10 Politicians With Guns, and One of Them is Dick Cheney!

President Obama was not the first and will certainly not be the last politician posing with a gun. Here are 10 others who have used firearms to try and boost their personas.

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Women in Combat: A History of Female Heroes Who Paved the Way

Legacies, even built out of necessity, can be used as a guidepost for the DoD as it opens combat roles to women. Here are the 27 pioneering women who the president should consult.
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Inauguration 2013: Obama Should Not Make the Speech Mistakes These Other Presidents Made

William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt were both elected to second terms and in their inauguration speeches show us that some things never change.
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Debt Ceiling Showdown: Boehner Will Cave On Spending Cuts Again

There is zero chance that the Democrats would (or will) agree to a deal that seriously cuts $1 for every $1 increase in the debt ceiling.
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Marco Rubio is Going Bald

'Esquire' magazine 'outed' Florida Senator Marco Rubio's hair 'problem.' OMG Marco Rubio is going bald. So is Prince William, and he still married Kate Middleton.
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Ron Paul Retirement: Paul Should Be Honored On Mount Rushmore, Thinks One Business Leader

"If there were a Mount Rushmore for formidable defenders of our freedoms, sculptors would already be chiseling in the likeness of Ron Paul," Forbes says.

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Why the NRA is the Key to Protecting the Environment

Through a strange twist of fate, on top of the Senate agenda this week are duck stamps. Yes, duck stamps. Here's why they matter ... and why environmentalists and the NRA should work together.

Halloween Costume Ideas: 13 Ways You Can Dress Like the Most Powerful Person in the World

Barack Obama – Put on a pair of big rubber ears. When your friends complain about the party being lame, remind them that they could be at a much, much worse party.
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Third Party Presidential Debate: Gary Johnson Crushes In Misfit Candidates Debate

On Tuesday, four minor party candidates participated in a presidential debate in Chicago moderated by Larry King.
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Presidential Polls 2012: As Obama and Romney Clash, Less Than 30 Percent of Millennials Feel Like They Count

Though the question of our government’s future is being described as the "fight of a generation," our voice is the one that is woefully absent from the conversation.