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June 26th, 2017

Whose laws are most important?

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Study confirms that cannabis consumers are more fit, remain more active

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Are GMOs harmful to humanity? It's a rough question to answer

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June 25th, 2017

From outdoor adventures to summer enrichment to computer coding, online camps keep kids learning and having fun

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What Trump's recent trip to Saudi Arabia means for Qatar's survival

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Is your state on the list?

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I've been hacked, threatened and verbally abused. We can't keep dismissing online harassment of women as "trolling"

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Beverly Jenkins asks why readers can relate to werewolves and vampires but not people who are of a different race

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A war-torn Yemen is home to at least 18 secret prisons where detainees have been grilled alive

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POV's "Dalya’s Other Country" explores the life of a young Syrian girl caught between highly politicized identities

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"Orange Is the New Black" honors the humanity of women with mental illness — and how dangerous prison is for them

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Clickbait, hyper-partisan opinion, and completely false information are running wild across the internet.

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"They sounded like Netanyahu's advisers and not like fair arbiters"

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Acting on a loss of faith, Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy set out on a vindictive mission to find God

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These Trump appointees are destroying life on Earth for us and for our children

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The film makes a case for GMOs as the future of food if only politics could get out of science's way

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June 24th, 2017

Here's how tiny house dwellers make their inevitably tiny kitchen spaces work for them

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Endangered animals with more "appeal" receive more donations than ugly species

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The new board is expected to pay less attention to climate change

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Jobs at any cost could be a problem, as can un-strategic protests

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When I moved into a hospital room across the country to await a second heart transplant, my 9 best friends came too

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Tens of thousands of years ago we were still trying to rack up the dough

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The channel is a good home for it — should anyone ever try to transfer Alan Moore's work to live action?

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Following the recent verdict, parade organizers told police not to come, but backlash had them reverse the decision

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Led Zeppelin's most mythic song was a "slurring, sucking sonic taffy" when reversed—and some heard the devil in it

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Instead of fixating on our national narcissist, we can turn our attention to strengthening our democracy

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What the failure of "The Mummy" teaches us about the successes of Marvel, Warner Bros. and Lucasfilm

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In an interview on CNN, Stein pushed back against the idea that her candidacy helped secure Trump's electoral win

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Lauded for its clear vision of the future, "RoboCop" just gave the plutocratic philanthrocapitalists of today cover

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Paleontologists are working with fossils to piece together our evolutionary history

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Oakland's new Museum of Capitalism is charming, enriching, and sure to infuriate conservatives

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The president turned to a Trump Organization employee to run the residence staff at the White House

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If Melania is serious about helping kids as part of her first lady agenda, she needs to take action on online abuse

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Why aren't professional athletes coming out?

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Can't keep up with who's lawyered up in the White House? Here's the deep dirt on Trump's personal counsel

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When the president of the United States feels bad, he goes to his televised cheering section

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June 23rd, 2017

Either way, the evidence is mounting that the president obstructed justice

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Cheryl Wilkins demanded the chance to learn behind bars, and now she's making sure others get the same opportunity

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Context plays a large part in the meaning of language

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Learning gender roles from movies and TV shows has real consequences on kids' self-esteem and relationships

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More than a mullet-bestrewn cheese machine, it's a true musical player with a legacy that speaks for itself

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Salon talks to creator Tim Manley about how his online show navigates the tricky waters of raw, real emotions

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Documentary "All the Rage" investigates the mind-body connection through the controversial career of Dr. John Sarno

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From infrastructure to tax cuts to the Pentagon, the president can't get things done

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The same day the White House demanded Johnny Depp apologize for his comments, Rep. Al Baldasaro was welcomed in

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