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    Voter Suppression Is Getting Smashed SEO: Courts Smash Voter Suppression Just in Time for Election Day

    Voter Suppression Is Getting Crushed

    Voter Suppression Is Getting Crushed

    July may be the month that voter suppression died.In the latest of a string of shocking judicial decisions, a federal appeals court Friday struck down North Carolina’s voting restrictions, some of the strictest in the nation. Today’s action comes ...

    An appeals court struck down North Carolina’s law for being designed to discriminate against blacks. It’s the third victory in a row for voting rights and sets up more wins before No...

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    How the next president can help entrepreneurs

    Dear Next President: Help Our Startups

    Dear Next President: Help Our Startups

    Dear Madam or Mister President:The United States is facing an emerging national crisis simmering just below the surface, one that risks tearing apart the delicate economic, social, and political fabric that binds this nation together. The economy ...

    We are a nation divided, in which a small percentage of the country enjoys a robust economy while others wither. The next president can do a lot by helping startups nationwide.

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    Leads Crowd In ‘Fuck Trump’ Chant/Inside the Snoop Dogg Super PAC Party at DNC 2016: ‘Fuck Donald Trump,’ ‘Hillary, You’re My Favorite Girl’

    Snoop Leads Crowd In ‘F*** Trump’ Chant

    Snoop Leads Crowd In ‘F*** Trump’ Chant

    PHILADELPHIA — On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president of the United States. Whatever your feelings on Clinton, it was a historic moment—the first time that a major American political pa...

    The rapper whipped up a drunken pro-Hillary crowd in the wee hours of Friday morning.

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    Voter Suppression Is Getting Smashed SEO: Courts Smash Voter Suppression Just in Time for Election Day

    Voter Suppression Is Getting Crushed

    Voter Suppression Is Getting Crushed

    July may be the month that voter suppression died.In the latest of a string of shocking judicial decisions, a federal appeals court Friday struck down North Carolina’s voting restrictions, some of the strictest in the nation. Today’s action comes ...

    An appeals court struck down North Carolina’s law for being designed to discriminate against blacks. It’s the third victory in a row for voting rights and sets up more wins before No...

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    Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton accepts the nomination on the fourth and final night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016.

    Confident Clinton Taunts ‘Little’ Trump

    Confident Clinton Taunts ‘Little’ Trump

    Hillary Clinton comes across as a self-confident leader, a woman with the knowledge, the stature, and the demeanor to command the greatest military in the world. After four days of Democrats—and some Republicans, too—extolling the historic nature ...

    The Democratic nominee set out to prove she is ready for her first state of the union address while childish Trump is busy lashing out on Twitter.

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    US Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton reaches for ballooons on the final day of the 2016 Democratic National Convention on July 28, 2016, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski        (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hill Makes History, Gives Stump Speech

    Hill Makes History, Gives Stump Speech

    PHILADELPHIA — “Liar!” someone shouted at Hillary Clinton.She was standing onstage here, dressed immaculately in a white pantsuit with sleek blonde hair, aware that this moment would be replayed and reviewed for the duration of her life and beyond...

    Hillary has admitted she’s not good at talking about herself. It was never more clear than on the night she made history.

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    Entertainment

    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert airing live, Wednesday July 27, 2016 in New York.

    How Colbert Got His Groove Back

    How Colbert Got His Groove Back

    When the Emmy nominations for Outstanding Variety Talk Series were announced on July 14 this year, it was the first time in over a decade that neither Jon Stewart’s nor Stephen Colbert’s name appeared on the list of nominees.Stewart had an excuse....

    After months of struggling to find his footing, the ‘Late Show’ host really hit his stride this month with live coverage of the RNC and DNC.

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    MR. ROBOT -- "eps2.2_init_1.asec" Episode 204 -- Pictured: Rami Malek as Elliot Alderson -- (Photo by: Michael Parmelee/USA Network)

    Is ‘Mr. Robot’ Pushing Its Luck?

    Is ‘Mr. Robot’ Pushing Its Luck?

    “Control is an illusion” but in the dizzyingly uncertain world of Mr. Robot, how much else is, too?The reality-bending USA thriller made a name for itself in its first season by flawlessly executing an elaborate, brain-melting plot twist: the lead...

    Four episodes into its second season, the reality-bending hacker drama is seemingly heading for another huge twist. When do twists become gimmicks?

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    Kim Kardashian

    Kim & Kanye Mourn Taylor Swift

    Kim & Kanye Mourn Taylor Swift

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are American royalty. Or as West himself put it in a new “his and hers” interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the couple is “the future, modern Versailles, modern Versace, modern Calabasas, paparazzi, celebrity language.” I...

    In a new Harper’s Bazaar interview, the first couple of American celebrity talked nude selfies, their undying love, and Kim’s Snapchat burial of Swift.

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    Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile out in West Hollywood.

    Kristen Stewart’s Big Gay Milestone

    Kristen Stewart’s Big Gay Milestone

    Kristen Stewart is in love with her girlfriend. She wasn’t “spotted” out with her. They weren’t linked by vaguely sourced people “close to the star” in the pages of Us Weekly. No tabloid reporter called up her mother and then used quotes out of co...

    Telling Elle why she’s decided to discuss her girlfriend publicly, the actress understands what the rest of Hollywood doesn’t: Being loud and proud matters.

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    MR. ROBOT -- "eps2.2_init_1.asec" Episode 204 -- Pictured: Rami Malek as Elliot Alderson -- (Photo by: Michael Parmelee/USA Network)

    Is ‘Mr. Robot’ Pushing Its Luck?

    Is ‘Mr. Robot’ Pushing Its Luck?

    “Control is an illusion” but in the dizzyingly uncertain world of Mr. Robot, how much else is, too?The reality-bending USA thriller made a name for itself in its first season by flawlessly executing an elaborate, brain-melting plot twist: the lead...

    Four episodes into its second season, the reality-bending hacker drama is seemingly heading for another huge twist. When do twists become gimmicks?

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    Bill Maher

    Maher: Trump Is ‘The Voice of Treason’

    Maher: Trump Is ‘The Voice of Treason’

    On Wednesday, noted misogynist Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for President of the United States, made a plea: The raccoon-haired real estate heir—and ex-reality TV host—called on Russia to hack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.“Rus...

    The ‘Real Time’ host excoriated the Republican presidential nominee for calling on Russia to commit cyberterrorism against his election opponent Hillary Clinton.

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    Republicans Are Mad at Bradley Cooper

    Republicans Are Mad at Bradley Cooper

    “The first kind-of movie star we’re supposed to see is the guy from Duck Dynasty. Well, that’s great, but I mean, that’s not exactly Bradley Cooper.” That was CBS News’s veteran political analyst Bob Schieffer last week deriding Donald Trump’s D-l...

    The actor received an Oscar nod for his portrayal of the late sniper Chris Kyle, a right-wing icon, so his presence at the DNC irked some silly bastards who think movies are real.

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    Oliver: Tim Kaine Is ‘America’s Stepdad’

    Oliver: Tim Kaine Is ‘America’s Stepdad’

    As the clock approaches 1 a.m. on the East Coast Wednesday night, John Oliver came out swinging during Stephen Colbert’s post-DNC live show. And he didn’t want to talk about Joe Biden or Barack Obama. No, Oliver is “all about Tim Kaine.”“Where are...

    The two Daily Show alums came together on Wednesday night’s live Late Show to break down the DNC.

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    Bill Maher

    Maher: Trump Is ‘The Voice of Treason’

    Maher: Trump Is ‘The Voice of Treason’

    On Wednesday, noted misogynist Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for President of the United States, made a plea: The raccoon-haired real estate heir—and ex-reality TV host—called on Russia to hack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.“Rus...

    The ‘Real Time’ host excoriated the Republican presidential nominee for calling on Russia to commit cyberterrorism against his election opponent Hillary Clinton.

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    World News

    Refugees walk at the Nyumanzi transit centre in Adjumani on July 13, 2016. 
Thousands of people on the South Sudan side are eager to leave following days of intense battles in the capital Juba, 200 kilometres (125 miles) to the north, which have threatened a return to war. The United Nations said that a total of at least 36,000 people have fled their homes in Juba since the latest bout of fighting erupted, while three quarters of the population need humanitarian aid.

    Gang-Raped Under UN ‘Protection’

    Gang-Raped Under UN ‘Protection’

    JUBA, South Sudan — The young woman we’ll call Mary, for her protection, says she was raped by four South Sudanese government soldiers while United Nations peacekeepers stood less than 100 meters away.On July 8 fighting broke out between governmen...

    The United Nations is supposed to be sheltering civilians in South Sudan. But with the civil war set to resume, government soldiers victimize women every day.

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    Police officers cover entrance of a facility for the disabled, where a deadly attack by a knife-wielding man took place, in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, July 26, 2016. REUTERS/Issei Kato - RTSJN8L

    Japan’s History of ‘Grudge’ Murders

    Japan’s History of ‘Grudge’ Murders

    TOKYO — Japan was rocked by a horrific mass murder Tuesday morning in Tokyo perpetrated by a 26-year-old man, Satoshi Uematsu, a former nursing home worker who stabbed to death 19 disabled residents and injured 25 others before turning himself int...

    A powerful emotion in the island nation is one of the three main motives for killing, and was behind the gruesome slaughter of 15 disabled persons.

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    Members of French special police forces of Research and Intervention Brigade (BRI) are seen during a raid after a hostage-taking in the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray near Rouen in Normandy, France, July 26, 2016. A priest was killed with a knife and another hostage seriously wounded in an attack on a church that was carried out by assailants linked to Islamic State.

    ISIS Kills Priest as the World Goes Mad

    ISIS Kills Priest as the World Goes Mad

    PARIS — On Tuesday,  two men burst into a church in bucolic Normandy during morning mass. They took five people hostage, slit the throat of the aged priest, and stabbed nearly to death one of the parishioners before, finally, the police killed the...

    Every day, there’s a fresh atrocity, from jihadists attacking a church in France to gun rampages in the U.S.—and there are patterns to the madness.

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    VLADIVOSTOK, RUSSIAN FEDERATION:  Russian President Vladimir Putin watches the Mobility 2004 military manoeuvres at the Sergeevsky training ground, near Vladivostok, 23 June 2004. Putin is in Russia's Far East, overseeing military exercises aimed at preventing local attacks just like the one staged by rebels in Ingushetia 22 June 2004. Ivanov, admitted during the exercises "that our military preparedness has to be more intense - for now it is not yet at the required level." AFP PHOTO / MIKHAIL KLIMENTIEV / GAZETA  (Photo credit should read MIKHAIL KLIMENTIEV/AFP/Getty Images)

    Russia’s Record of Wicked Leaks

    Russia’s Record of Wicked Leaks

    Lord Byron observed, in skewering one of his favorite poetic targets of derision, that while the English have no word so good as the French longueurs to describe tedious, uninterrupted stretches of writing, they nevertheless “have the thing.” Simi...

    Russia’s intelligence services have a long history of mingling sinister fiction with shards of fact and leaking through third parties to cover their tracks.

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    Police officers cover entrance of a facility for the disabled, where a deadly attack by a knife-wielding man took place, in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, July 26, 2016. REUTERS/Issei Kato - RTSJN8L

    Japan’s History of ‘Grudge’ Murders

    Japan’s History of ‘Grudge’ Murders

    TOKYO — Japan was rocked by a horrific mass murder Tuesday morning in Tokyo perpetrated by a 26-year-old man, Satoshi Uematsu, a former nursing home worker who stabbed to death 19 disabled residents and injured 25 others before turning himself int...

    A powerful emotion in the island nation is one of the three main motives for killing, and was behind the gruesome slaughter of 15 disabled persons.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with leaders of political parties, presented at the State Duma, the lower house of parliament, in Moscow, Russia, July 14, 2016.

    FBI: Russia No. 1 Suspect in DNC Hack

    FBI: Russia No. 1 Suspect in DNC Hack

    The FBI suspects that Russian government hackers breached the networks of the Democratic National Committee and stole emails that were posted to the anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks on Friday. It’s an operation that several U.S. officials now suspect w...

    Did the Russian government hack the DNC to bring down Clinton? That’s the view quickly emerging inside American intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

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    Russian doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova who runs under a neutral flag leaves the track after suffering an injury in a women's 800m heat during the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Wednesday, July 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

    Olympics Surrenders Integrity to Russia

    Olympics Surrenders Integrity to Russia

    The International Olympic Committee just cast a devastating shadow over its own showpiece event that will linger long after the world’s athletes return home from Rio.Faced with a clear-cut case of institutionalized, systematic cheating, the IOC wa...

    Deplorable Olympic bosses have tainted the legacy of the entire sporting movement by failing to stand up to Russia’s blatant cheating.

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    When Graham Greene Lied About My Mom

    When Graham Greene Lied About My Mom

    When Graham Greene Lied About My Mom

    I had to know the risks my mother and her lover—my father—were taking in Saigon: laughing together in a jeep with balloons, living together though the Foreign Office forbade it, making love with an armed guard posted outside his official residence...

    In ‘The Quiet American,’ Graham Greene lied about my diplomat parents and other innocents.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with leaders of political parties, presented at the State Duma, the lower house of parliament, in Moscow, Russia, July 14, 2016.

    FBI: Russia No. 1 Suspect in DNC Hack

    FBI: Russia No. 1 Suspect in DNC Hack

    The FBI suspects that Russian government hackers breached the networks of the Democratic National Committee and stole emails that were posted to the anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks on Friday. It’s an operation that several U.S. officials now suspect w...

    Did the Russian government hack the DNC to bring down Clinton? That’s the view quickly emerging inside American intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

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    U.S.

    Downtown Skyline of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at twilight

    How Philadelphia Incubates Startups

    How Philadelphia Incubates Startups

    This week, we have been reminded that Philadelphia is the birthplace of democracy’s greatest startup—the United States. Today, we wanted to highlight the stakeholders helping to craft Philly’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.Philadelphia has been a home...

    As we have been reminded this week, the City of Brotherly Love has a tradition of backing innovation since the days of Benjamin Franklin and the founding of the nation.

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    Damarcus Alexander

    Slain Cop’s Cousin Arrested for Massacre

    Slain Cop’s Cousin Arrested for Massacre

    ADDIS, Louisiana — On Sunday, July 17, Damarcus Alexander stopped at Walmart so his best friend could buy a white shirt for church. They left Dallas, Texas, at 4 a.m. bound for Belle Rose, Louisiana, a small town an hour south of Baton Rouge, so h...

    Damarcus Alexander went into a Walmart to change clothes. When he came out, police locked him up and allegedly denied him diabetes medicine.

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    Shanavia Miller beat her teen daughter Nia Green, posts video to Facebook

    Hitting Kids Is No Way to Protect Them

    Hitting Kids Is No Way to Protect Them

    I was raised by people who didn’t like to repeat themselves. If a child was told to do something—wash the dishes, finish your dinner, or even shut the screen door lest the flies get in—you did not ask questions. There was no excuse for leaving the...

    “Spare the rod and spoil the child” is an awful lie that deserves to die.

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    Downtown Skyline of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at twilight

    How Philadelphia Incubates Startups

    How Philadelphia Incubates Startups

    This week, we have been reminded that Philadelphia is the birthplace of democracy’s greatest startup—the United States. Today, we wanted to highlight the stakeholders helping to craft Philly’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.Philadelphia has been a home...

    As we have been reminded this week, the City of Brotherly Love has a tradition of backing innovation since the days of Benjamin Franklin and the founding of the nation.

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    Police watch on as a man participates in a protest in Union Square after Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. was acquitted of all charges for his involvement in the death of Freddie Gray in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., June 23, 2016.  REUTERS/Andrew Kelly  - RTX2HVJ4

    The System That Failed Freddie Gray

    The System That Failed Freddie Gray

    We were told to trust the system. It has been 15 months since Freddie Gray suffered a devastating spinal injury in the back of a Baltimore city police metal-lined van when he was taken on a “rough ride” without a seat belt. Gray lingered in a coma...

    The failed prosecutions prove that the burden of proof is extraordinary when members of law enforcement are involved. The bar is higher, because we raised it.

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    Bank Thieves Went Through Roof for Loot

    Bank Thieves Went Through Roof for Loot

    A trio of burglars stole more than $5 million from two New York City banks by cutting their way through walls and roofs, law enforcement announced Tuesday.Michael Mazzara, Charles Kerrigan, and Anthony Mascuzzio were all hit with conspiracy bank b...

    Wielding torches, Shop Vacs, and plywood, three men are accused of breaking into vaults undetected and making off with cash, jewels, and more.

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    Tech + Health

    Two men kissing every day since Orlando

    The Men Kissing to Fight Anti-Gay Hate

    The Men Kissing to Fight Anti-Gay Hate

    The day after Omar Mateen killed 49 people at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Denis Farr started posting pictures of himself kissing his boyfriend Pete Eusch on Instagram.“If posting these will normalize gay and same-sex love, I will keep doing...

    The Orlando killer was reportedly enraged by men kissing—which led Denis Farr and his partner to an Instagram campaign doing precisely that.

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    police and autism

    To Be Brown, Autistic, and Policed

    To Be Brown, Autistic, and Policed

    In the spring of 2013, I was a student reporter interviewing lawmakers and jotting down notes on my laptop in the gallery of the North Carolina state Senate when a man told me he needed to look inside my backpack, as a security measure. Not wantin...

    I live in a world that fears my skin color and doesn’t want to understand how my brain works.

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    Tech's Not Our God. Or Our Devil.

    Tech’s Not Our God. Or Our Devil.

    Tech’s Not Our God. Or Our Devil.

    On July 8, 2015, as I was in the midst of working on this book, United Airlines suffered a computer problem and grounded its planes. That same day, the New York Stock Exchange halted trading when its system stopped working properly. The Wall Stree...

    Complex technologies have made our world easier to navigate and infinitely more baffling. The author of ‘Overcomplicated’ walks us down the middle path.

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    EMTs Took Pics with Unconscious Patients

    EMTs Took Pics with Unconscious Patients

    Two paramedics from Okaloosa County, Florida, were arrested on Thursday under several felony charges, stemming from a “selfie war” using patients, many of whom were unconscious, intubated, or sedated. Christopher Wimmer, 33, turned himself in foll...

    Two Florida paramedics face felony charges after engaging in a ‘selfie war,’ where they competed to get photos with patients inside ambulances.

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    police and autism

    To Be Brown, Autistic, and Policed

    To Be Brown, Autistic, and Policed

    In the spring of 2013, I was a student reporter interviewing lawmakers and jotting down notes on my laptop in the gallery of the North Carolina state Senate when a man told me he needed to look inside my backpack, as a security measure. Not wantin...

    I live in a world that fears my skin color and doesn’t want to understand how my brain works.

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    B2GPX3 Pro-choice protest group opposing bill lowering limit for abortions being brought down by four weeks to 20 weeks.. Image shot 2008. Exact date unknown.

    GOP’s Despicable Fetal Cremation Laws

    GOP’s Despicable Fetal Cremation Laws

    Striking down abortion restrictions is a game of whack-a-mole: Courts can declare some of them unconstitutional but, inevitably, more laws will pop up.Now, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Whole Woman’s Health, which struck down sign...

    Instead of standard medical waste disposal, GOP lawmakers are pushing for fetal tissue to be buried or cremated.

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    ‘Heat Dome’ to Fry the U.S.?

    ‘Heat Dome’ to Fry the U.S.?

    The term “heat dome” is only the latest in a newly adopted lexicon of apocalyptic weather terminology, along with polar vortex and arctic death spiral.While these words are meteorologically-accurate and describe real weather phenomena, they are be...

    We’ve got a new word for your apocalyptic weather dictionary.

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    Los Angeles, CA - Saturday, July 9, 2016: Leslie Jones is seen at the Los Angeles Premiere of Columbia Pictures' “Ghostbusters” at TCL Chinese Theatre on Saturday, July 9, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Blair Raughley/Invision for Sony/AP Images)

    Twitter’s Never Going to Stop Trolls

    Twitter’s Never Going to Stop Trolls

    Milo Yiannopoulos, who pointed his hate mob toward Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones this week, had his Twitter account suspended for life on Tuesday night.He had made a living out of that sort of thing, and that’s deplorable. But Twitter also made a...

    Don’t praise Twitter for one high-profile fix. The rest of us are still screwed.

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    B2GPX3 Pro-choice protest group opposing bill lowering limit for abortions being brought down by four weeks to 20 weeks.. Image shot 2008. Exact date unknown.

    GOP’s Despicable Fetal Cremation Laws

    GOP’s Despicable Fetal Cremation Laws

    Striking down abortion restrictions is a game of whack-a-mole: Courts can declare some of them unconstitutional but, inevitably, more laws will pop up.Now, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Whole Woman’s Health, which struck down sign...

    Instead of standard medical waste disposal, GOP lawmakers are pushing for fetal tissue to be buried or cremated.

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    Arts + Culture

    Two men kissing every day since Orlando

    The Men Kissing to Fight Anti-Gay Hate

    The Men Kissing to Fight Anti-Gay Hate

    The day after Omar Mateen killed 49 people at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Denis Farr started posting pictures of himself kissing his boyfriend Pete Eusch on Instagram.“If posting these will normalize gay and same-sex love, I will keep doing...

    The Orlando killer was reportedly enraged by men kissing—which led Denis Farr and his partner to an Instagram campaign doing precisely that.

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    Equity

    The Truth About Women on Wall Street

    The Truth About Women on Wall Street

    Between Patricia Arquette’s rousing 2015 Oscar acceptance speech and the Sony hacking scandal, which revealed that Jennifer Lawrence was paid less than her male co-stars, Hollywood’s perceived gender problem has become a political lightning rod, w...

    The thriller “Equity”—written, directed and produced by women—aims to show the sexist realities of being hotshot female investment bankers working on Wall Street.

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    A streetcar passes along Canal Street decorated with Christmas lights December 2, 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    The Story of a Real Boozy Indiana Jones

    The Story of a Real Boozy Indiana Jones

    Dean Ivan Lamb doesn’t waste any time. As his 1934 autobiography, The Incurable Filibuster: Adventures of Col. Dean Ivan Lamb, opens, he’s in a gambling house somewhere Uptown in New Orleans, at the wrong end of a crooked monte game.Fed up, he say...

    The case for tracking Dean Ivan Lamb’s out-of-print autobiography The Incurable Filibuster.

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    Bill O'Reilly on slaves and White House

    Is Bill O’Reilly a Racist?

    Is Bill O’Reilly a Racist?

    Fearless Falklands War correspondent Bill O’Reilly is an ace reporter whose nose for news also placed him at the front door of a shadowy JFK assassination figure at the very moment the guy was committing suicide with a shotgun, but also (alas) an ...

    The Fox News host says the slaves who built the White House were ‘well-fed and had decent lodgings’—but critics stop short of calling him a racist.

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    Equity

    The Truth About Women on Wall Street

    The Truth About Women on Wall Street

    Between Patricia Arquette’s rousing 2015 Oscar acceptance speech and the Sony hacking scandal, which revealed that Jennifer Lawrence was paid less than her male co-stars, Hollywood’s perceived gender problem has become a political lightning rod, w...

    The thriller “Equity”—written, directed and produced by women—aims to show the sexist realities of being hotshot female investment bankers working on Wall Street.

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    MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 28:  Gorka wears Vans trainers, Lefties trousers, Pull&Bear t-shirt, Cos socks, Rockit coat and Total Vintage sunglasses  on February 28, 2016 in Madrid, Spain.  (Photo by Pablo Cuadra/Getty Images)

    Our Gripping Love Affair With Vans

    Our Gripping Love Affair With Vans

    Is there any item in street fashion more instantly identifiable than a pair of Vans, those canvas-top boat shoes with the insanely grippy soles? Adored by skateboarders, surfers, and hipsters everywhere, they are the essence of timeless simplicity...

    The iconic sneakers may not be exactly unique, but the favored footwear of the surfer set has for decades also beguiled anyone who loves the combo of utility and cool.

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    Prince George

    Prince George Turns 3, Gets Trolled

    Prince George Turns 3, Gets Trolled

    Wow, Prince George’s third birthday turned out to be pretty rough.First came ‘Ice-Cream Gate’, in which Prince George shared some ice cream with family pet Lupo, leading to tweets for the young prince to be thrown in jail “for irresponsible animal...

    An employee of a British government-supported organization took to Facebook to accuse the tot of embodying white privilege.

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    Naked Attraction

    Naked Blind Date Makes U.K. Blush

    Naked Blind Date Makes U.K. Blush

    LONDON — “She absolutely loved your bouncy balls, but on this occasion it’s a ‘No.’”There are probably worse ways to be ditched, but this dumping took place in front of millions of British TV viewers.The balls in question—yes, those kind of balls—...

    Cut the small talk and choose your next partner by studying their naked body—is a new Channel 4 dating show the logical next step in 21st century dating?

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    MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 28:  Gorka wears Vans trainers, Lefties trousers, Pull&Bear t-shirt, Cos socks, Rockit coat and Total Vintage sunglasses  on February 28, 2016 in Madrid, Spain.  (Photo by Pablo Cuadra/Getty Images)

    Our Gripping Love Affair With Vans

    Our Gripping Love Affair With Vans

    Is there any item in street fashion more instantly identifiable than a pair of Vans, those canvas-top boat shoes with the insanely grippy soles? Adored by skateboarders, surfers, and hipsters everywhere, they are the essence of timeless simplicity...

    The iconic sneakers may not be exactly unique, but the favored footwear of the surfer set has for decades also beguiled anyone who loves the combo of utility and cool.

    Keep Reading