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Awful social media posts that got people fired.

This is the utter hell of divorcing a narcissist.

Wind River and Harvey Weinstein’s broken promise to Native women and children.

A British writer has blasted the UK government for asking her to promote a campaign all about helping people getting paid work…without actually paying her.

Oakland’s tech startups are reportedly being gentrified out of their spaces by deep-pocketed marijuana growers.

Blackface isn’t just about the racism in America’s past. It’s also about the racism in America’s present.

Here’s a tutorial on the best way to shoot a video by yourself.

Raising children without the concept of sin.

White Christian nationalism—not secularism—is destroying America.

How a poor kid from Texas named Ira Brown found basketball stardom in Japan.

The East German secret police’s illustrated guide for identifying youth subcultures: Punks, Goths, Teds, and more.

The corporate plan to groom U.S. kids for servitude by wiping out public schools.

29 epically bad band names.

Where is the outrage over corporate welfare?

Sculptor delivers 800-pound spoon to Rhode Island opioid maker.

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Meet the Chicago woman who rented hotel rooms for the homeless during the deep freeze.

This real estate listing is normal until you get to the sex dungeon.

Jerk tries to drive through giant snowman not realizing that it was built on a tree stump.

How flight attendants grounded Trump’s shutdown.

Ezra Hill chats about his 100-plus years in Baltimore.

History’s 10 most culturally significant dick pic scandals.

What in the hell is happening with Jeff Bezos: A primer.

Thich Nhat Hanh, the monk who taught the world about mindfulness, awaits the end of his life.

They considered themselves white, but DNA tests told a complex story.

This 90-year-old woman seduced and killed Nazis as a teenager.

Office Space turns 20: How the film changed the way we work.

America’s dirty little secret: Sex trafficking of young girls.

Tales of the burlesque backroom: A 101-year-old Baltimore woman’s celeb-filled memories of a bygone era.

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A six-year-old boy is making $11 million a year on YouTube reviewing toys.

Bill Clinton’s crime bill destroyed lives and there’s no point denying that.

100-year-old life hacks that are surprisingly still useful today.

After it stopped posting to Facebook, a Danish broadcaster saw its traffic stability improve.

A country without a heart.

A grasshopper has been stuck in this Van Gogh painting for 128 years.

How to build a hexapod robot out of tongue depressors.

An insider explains how rural Christian white America has a dark and terrifying underbelly.

An entire Manhattan village owned by black people was destroyed to build Central Park.

21 books that changed science fiction and fantasy forever.

What well-meaning white people need to know about race.

How Southern politics defended white supremacy—and made the South poorer.

Want to grow the U.S. economy? Cancel student debt.

When you’re “too functional” to have your mental illness taken seriously.

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Josephine Baker: Entertainer, war hero, and civil rights champion.

The U.S. role in turning countries into “shitholes.”

Seven signs your client will never pay your invoice.

President Trump is not as unpopular as you think he is.

Doctor who gave Asperger syndrome its name was kid-killer for Hitler.

Why children aren’t behaving and what you can do about it.

Some said they’d flee Trump’s America. These people actually did.

A sad look at one woman who lost two sons in one night to opioids.

How to make fairy house night lights using recycled plastic bottles.

100 ways white people can make life less frustrating for people of color.

From Starbucks to Hashtags: We need to talk about why white Americans call the police on black people.

You can now use Airbnb to stay in the former home of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, where F. Scott wrote the classic novel Tender is the Night.

Tapes prove how Trump lied his way onto the Forbes 400 list.

Luxury brands prefer to burn millions of dollars worth of clothes to letting the “wrong” shoppers buy them at a discount.

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People are sharing hilariously bad stock photos of their jobs.

Meet the economist behind the one percent’s stealth takeover of America.

Portugal confronts its slave trade past.

Pet parrot creates bizarre shopping list on owner’s device.

Use your white privilege to fight racism.

The cult of violence always kills the Left.

These photos show the evolution of the laptop computer.

The Woke Parenting Guide to 24 children’s books about protest.

A look at how leisure time is changing for North Korea’s privileged.

Living Colour’s “Vivid” at 30: The band reflects on the rough road to their game-changing classic debut album.

Revealed: Secret right-wing strategy to discredit teacher strikes.

How the loss of U.S. psychiatric hospitals led to a mental health crisis.

The future of apprenticeships.

A look at the borders of the Confederate States of American superimposed on a map of human development in the United States.

How Phoenix will be almost unlivable by 2050 thanks to climate change.

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Their ancestors were on opposite sides of a lynching. Now they are friends.

Why is the West praising Malala but ignoring Ahed?

A look at how Barack Obama chose Wall Street over Main Street.

Dolls’ heads were used to lobby pothole repairs in the British town of Swindon.

The next financial crisis will be worse than the last one.

Millions of poor rural voters now hate Trump and millions of rich voters still support him, but the press only profiles poor people who remain Trumpists.

The last slave ship survivor gave an interview to anthropologist Zora Neal Hurston in the 1930s.

How the GOP tax cut will also shrink your paycheck.

Survey of top U.S. evangelical churches reveals three explosive insights.

An interview with 98-year-old Ben Ferencz, the last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials.

How poverty changes the brain.

Hedge funds killed the newspaper industry, not the web.

The black Baltimore arabber tradition is on its last leg. For the city’s sake, it should continue.

Trump voters, he’s taking you for suckers.

The right is waging war on academic freedom.

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This U Street bar in Washington, DC shuts down every August so its owner can build schools around the world.

Government costs rise when the local newspaper dies.

Meet the real-life woman behind many of Gustav Klimt’s paintings.

What happens when a bad-tempered, distractible doofus runs an empire?

Take a virtual tour of ancient Rome circa 320 C.E.

In 1912 this Georgia county drove out every black resident.

IKEA asked people to bully a plant for 30 days to see what happens. The results are eye-opening.

The “Real” America: 21.5% unemployment, 10% inflation, and negative economic growth.

How Donald Trump’s grandfather originally made his fortune.

This British gent lives life like it’s the 1940s.

A new study finds that IQ scores are falling and they have been for decades.

This political theorist predicted the rise of Trumpism. His name was Hunter S. Thompson.

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Creators are making longer videos to cater to the YouTube algorithm.

Monica Lewinsky has a reckoning with her relationship with Bill Clinton. We should too.

In a surreal twist, Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano starts raining shiny green gems.

Why it’s fair to compare the detention of migrants to concentration camps.

A look at the 29 most hilarious pizza box drawings.

Why the U.S. will descend further into violence and chaos.

Nicaraguans have lost their fear of dictatorship and it’s an amazing thing to watch.

A gruesome discovery in a trash deposit proves that Jamestown colonists resorted to cannibalism.

What if Trump had been a Russian asset since 1987?

Jesus stood up to the Roman Empire and he would resist the U.S. empire today.

Man decorates the roof of his house with a life-sized Millennium Falcon.

Unlike most millennials, Norway’s are rich.

How the Trump presidency is resurrecting the Jim Crow era.

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Baroque-inspired portraits of black girls highlight their amazing natural hair so other girls would stop hiding it.

Millennials born in the 1980s may never recover from the Great Recession.

Retro ads reveal sky-high prices of now archaic technology.

White people should be more afraid of other whites than they are of people of color.

Couple have been using same 1950s appliances for more than a half a century—but they’re finally ditching them.

The Goler clan spent years in their isolated, inbred town until the cops showed up.

Why the coming collapse will happen in the United States.

Tech investors are increasingly investing in midwest tech companies instead of Silicon Valley.

Why does Donald Trump normalize corruption? Because Bill and Hillary Clinton normalized it.

MIT economist warns that the U.S. has regressed to a developing nation status.

Disney and Pixar offer free online animation and film classes.

How Sears CEO Eddie Lampert may come out ahead even if his retailer goes out of business.

22 things you won’t believe are in the Bible.

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This 6-year-old made $11 million in a year reviewing toys on YouTube.

How watermelon became a racist trope.

Spanish has never been a foreign language in the United States.

Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky’s message to young people: Learn to be alone and enjoy solitude.

Dick’s soaring sales prove that it can succeed without selling assault rifles.

Seven things black people want their well-meaning white friends to know.

Girl Scouts launch an initiative to raise $70 million to put 2.5 million girls through a STEM program by 2025.

This woman shared the harsh reality of why poorer families buy junk food.

The Hells Angels: The story behind the controversial and misunderstood motorcycle club.

This simple tip will keep ticks off of you all summer long.

The fraudulence of pro-life Christian bullies.

The 30 rudest cities in America where manners are basically a foreign concept.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame finally recognizes Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a woman who practically invented rock and roll.

The literary roots of the Incel movement.

There was a time when the U.S. nuked Mississippi.

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