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Delta has some explaining to do. READ MORE »


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Grey’s Anatomy taught us well. READ MORE »


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Ex-Stanford professor says the university used her husband to retaliate against her for a sexual harassment complaint. READ MORE »


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President Obama thinks snowmen are creepy, so White House staff found the perfect way to prank him. READ MORE »


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Much is rightfully made of the racist implications of the War on Drugs, but criminalizing medical marijuana has deeply ableist implications, as well. READ MORE »


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Leave it to Oprah to know we all needed just one more hour with Michelle Obama before all hell breaks loose. READ MORE »


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How do you prove and then punish the thought process that went into giving a man convicted of three felony sexual assault charges just six months. Apparently you don’t. READ MORE »


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The report not only fails to offer any new information about what happened or how to solve the problem, but essentially turns the Flint water crisis into a partisan issue and an attack on the EPA’s climate change efforts. READ MORE »


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It’s indicative of the kind of world we’re living in that an anti-discriminatory law has to be repealed so a discriminatory law can be trashed. A dumpster fire that continues to burn, basically. READ MORE »


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One job we’re happy to see handed over to the robots. READ MORE »


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When this ban becomes law, Pittsburgh will join other cities like Cincinnati, Miami Beach, and Seattle to take a stand against conversion therapy. READ MORE »


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Moaza Al-Matrooshi made medical history as the world’s first woman to give birth with the tissue from an ovary frozen before she reached puberty. READ MORE »


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