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A Man’s Sole Job At The Olympics Is Handing Out Condoms To All The Athletes

Sometimes you don’t know a dream job exists until it approaches you and offers you a handful of free condoms. More »


Brendan Dassey’s Conviction Was Overturned By A Federal Judge

On Friday, one of the subjects of the hit Netflix docuseries Making a Murderer, Brendan Dassey, had his conviction overturned by a federal judge, The Journal Sentinel reports. Dassey was convicted for the murder of Teresa Halbach along with his uncle, Steven Avery, in 2007 on counts of first-degree intentional homicide, mutilation of a corpse,… More »


Recent Murders Of Female Joggers Highlight How Unsafe Women Are Everywhere

We can’t even work out without fearing for our lives. More »


Katy Perry Might Throw Major Shade At Taylor Swift With Her Next Album

I mean, it could only be more clear if one song were titled “Taylor You Suck.” More »


Donald Trump Tries To Blame His ISIS Blunder On Sarcasm, But He Clearly Doesn’t Know What Sarcasm Is

It certainly doesn’t mean saying something in complete earnest, later realizing it didn’t go over well (because it didn’t make any sense), and then wanting to take it back. More »


There’s More Than One Simone Making History At The Olympics This Year

In what marked a terrific moment in history, 20-year-old Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel became the first black American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in an individual event in swimming Thursday night. More »


The Fight To Oust Judge Aaron Persky Continues As His Past Of Light Sentences For Sex Offenders Is Revealed

He’s BFFs with sexual predators. More »


A British Tennis Player Was Maybe Poisoned At Wimbledon When She Got Super Sick

How scandalous. More »


Simone Biles Is Teaching Americans That Adoptive Parents Are Just Parents

The 4-foot-9 all-star gymnast dominating the Olympics isn’t just racking up medals in Rio and making an international name for herself as potentially the best gymnast of a generation. More »


Selena Gomez Surprised A Fan Who Had All The Feels And It Was Adorable

Superfans are insane. More »


Thomas Gibson Is Suspended From ‘Criminal Minds’ For Kicking A Coworker

The 54-year-old actor was suspended for at least one episode and his status on Criminal Minds is now “under review.” More »


The DOJ Found Major Problems With Baltimore’s Sexual Assault Investigations

Like officers trash talking victims. More »


Marijuana Will Remain Illegal Under Federal Law, The DEA Announces

This means states with legalized marijuana use for medical or recreational purposes will still be going against federal law. More »


Colorado’s Vague Sexual Assault Sentencing Laws Led To A College Rapist Avoiding Jail

The 22-year-old former University of Colorado student pretended to be helping a drunk woman get home safely from a party in 2014 when he raped her. More »


Belize’s Supreme Court Struck Down The Country’s Anti-Gay Law From Colonial Days

LGBTQ rights group Unibam, which first challenged the ancient law, made the initial announcement on Twitter, writing, “We won on all counts. Speechless. Omg. Speechless.” More »


It’s Officially Unacceptable To Call Women “Honey” Or “Darling” In The Courtroom

No one should be called “honey” by anyone other than a great aunt or grandma. More »


The Justice Department’s Report On The Baltimore Police Could Foster Change

Let’s hope. More »


An Alabama Chief Justice Will Face Trial For Telling State Judges Not To Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

The Alabama Court of the Judiciary decided Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will go to trial in September for violating judicial ethics by rejecting his motion to dismiss the charges. More »


Fox News Reportedly Discusses 8-Figure Settlement With Gretchen Carlson

The sexual harassment lawsuit between former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes continues to heat up as details about other women’s allegations and Ailes’ alleged tendency to spy on reporters come to light. More »


NYC Nail Salon Owners Reinstated Protests Over Last Year’s New York Times Article

In May 2015, Sarah Maslin Nir wrote a two-part article about nail salons in New York City, detailing many issues concerning how staff at salons gets paid, the amount of insane hours they work, how they don’t get to keep the cash you leave, and just generally bad labor conditions.More »


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