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    - 55 mins ago, 28 May 15, 12:49pm -
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  • newHow Do You Define A Gang Member?
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  • newApple Watch charges faster through its secret port

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  • newFIFA 16 is finally adding women's soccer teams

    FIFA 16 is finally adding women's soccer teams

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  • newGoogle I/O 2015: Keynote, live stream, schedule and more for Day 1

    Google I/O 2015: Keynote, live stream, schedule and more for Day 1

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  • newAmazon Prime now comes with free same-day delivery in some areas

    Amazon Prime now comes with free same-day delivery in some areas

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  • newCult-hit browser game Fallen London is coming to iPhone

    Cult-hit browser game Fallen London is coming to iPhone

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  • newAmazon improves typeface and layout on Kindle for iPhone

    Amazon improves typeface and layout on Kindle for iPhone

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    Pentagon accidentally sent live anthrax samples to labs via FedEx

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  • newLenovo’s new laptops are ready to scan your face in Windows 10

    Lenovo’s new laptops are ready to scan your face in Windows 10

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  • London’s Passion Capital Raises $69M For Its Second Early Stage Fund

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  • 6 Extra Pairs of Genitals Is Just Too Much of a Good Thing
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  • Hack Brief: There’s a New iPhone Text Message Attack
    It turns out pranksters can crash an iPhone merely by texting it the exact right string of English and Arabic characters. The post Hack Brief: There’s a New iPhone Text Message Attack appeared first on WIRED.
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  • newQuestions about open source software, women, and fandom
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  • newFrom 2 Tone to grime, youth cults showcase a vibrant history of Britain
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  • The Theology of Consensus
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    Space Weird Thing Space Oddity redone, Up Goer Five style
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  • newPixelmator Is Now Available for iPhone

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    - 1 hour ago, 28 May 15, 12:30pm -
  • newWhat's The Best Way to Pay Other People Online?

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  • newGoogle's New My Account Page Makes Managing Your Account Easier

    Google's New My Account Page Makes Managing Your Account Easier

    Google has several ways of managing different aspects of your account . The new My Account page is a hub of useful tools that you can tweak to modify the security or privacy of your account. It even has a Security Checkup and Privacy Checkup to quick…
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    How to Keep the World from Distracting You When You Work From Home

    A few months ago, I was interviewing someone for a story when I heard a knock at my door. It was my apartment’s maintenance crew, a day late to install something. Before I could pause the interview, the knocking turned into loud banging, and it did…
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  • The Wireframe Equalizer Desktop

    The Wireframe Equalizer Desktop

    This beautiful desktop comes to us from Flickr user ImminentFate, who clearly wanted something dynamic and interesting, but still simple to set up. Here’s how he set it all up.Read more...
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  • What Are We Smoking?
    As someone who was a child in the nineteen-sixties, I remember only a few of the many events that shaped my political consciousness. There were the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy, of course, and Connecticut Senator A…
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  • Republican “Survivor”: A Proposal for Culling the G.O.P. Field
    A couple of weeks ago, I was driving along the Belt Parkway, listening to Sean Hannity’s radio show, when the right-wing commentator said something that surprised me about the ever-expanding field of Republican primary candidates. This is getting r…
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  • Peel, Peek, Touch, Rub: Reading Yoko Ono’s “Grapefruit”
    MOMA’s “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971,” which opened last week, allows audiences just one John Lennon-conjuring piece at the entrance: Ono’s 1966 fruit-on-Plexiglass-pedestal sculpture, titled “Apple.” Depending on your record colle…
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  • The N.Y.C. Mystery History Hour: After The New York World’s Fair
    See more photos of the World’s Fair lampposts.
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  • Stolen Moments at Cannes
    While at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, on commission for the French fashion magazine Grazia, the photographer Julien Mignot turned ephemeral encounters with movie stars and filmmakers into a collaborative portraiture project. Stealing moments amid…
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  • David Brooks’s Search for Meaning
    In the introduction to his new book, “The Road to Character,” David Brooks breaks the columnist’s fourth wall with a startling confession: “I was born with a natural disposition towards shallowness.” Brooks, who established a reputation for…
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  • What to Do If You See a Bear
    You may have received conflicting advice on how to act when you encounter a bear. Finally, the U.S. Forestry Department has put together a definitive guide, based on the latest research. Once and for all, this is what you’re supposed to do when you…
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  • Close Encounters of the Theatrical Kind
    We go to the theatre for communal experiences, whether with an audience of a thousand or of ninety-nine. But what if it were just you? The aptly named company (entity? singularity?) Theatre for One has reduced play-going to its least populated imag…
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  • Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, May 27th
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  • The Triumph (and Failure) of John Nash’s Game Theory
    Thanks to the sterling efforts of Sylvia Nasar, Ron Howard, and Russell Crowe, many people are aware that John Nash, the Princeton mathematician who was killed over the weekend in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, lived a remarkable life.…
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  • The Courage of Migrants
    In the summer of 1983, I made the rash decision to get on a small cargo boat in the port town of Victoria, Cameroon, and sail across the Gulf of Guinea to Calamar, Nigeria. My Lonely Planet guide to West Africa had misinformed me that a weekly passen…
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  • Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015) in The New Yorker
    The great photographer Mary Ellen Mark, who died on Monday at the age of seventy-five, was fierce in her love of photography. Her love extended to the people she worked with: to her staff, her subjects, her students, and the other photographers in h…
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  • Lebanon and the Start of Iran and Saudi Arabia’s Proxy War
    In the early morning of May 9, 2008, the Lebanese Shiite militia Hezbollah dispatched hundreds of heavily armed fighters to Beirut, and within twelve hours it had altered Lebanon’s political balance. Hezbollah and its allies quickly routed Sunni mi…
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  • Nico Muhly at His Best
    One of the most striking things about Nico Muhly’s “Mixed Messages,” a new orchestral curtain-raiser that the Philadelphia Orchestra, under the impressive direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, performed at Carnegie Hall two weeks ago, was the ab…
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  • Drill and Spill
    Some forty miles down the coast from Gaviota, California, where, last week, a ruptured pipe spilled between twenty-one thousand and a hundred and five thousand gallons of oil into the Pacific Ocean, is the little town of Summerland, where the country…
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  • The Cartoon Lounge: Grim and Bear It
    Let’s face it: cartoons do not present the good side of life. They are full of bad doctors …
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  • The World Needs Female Rock Critics
    Don’t tell anyone, but I don’t own any albums by the Rolling Stones. They’re just so archetypal, so very rock and roll—and that, I find, can be a difficult thing to admire. Rock music has rarely offered women the same tangible promise of soci…
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  • You Sold Your Book! Please Sign This Contract
    CONTRACT, counting THE PUBLISHER along with IAIN REID (“the Author”), in function of the enactments henceforward, affirmed here below, “the Publisher” and “the Author,” concur regarding a book (“the Book”).
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  • Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, May 26th
    View more daily cartoons, and visit newyorker.com for a new one each day.
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  • Why Are New York’s Mayors So Restless?
    Something about being the mayor of New York seems to inspire a longing to leave Gracie Mansion and explore the big world across the Hudson. Perhaps the job leaves one feeling ready to tackle something bigger—although what could be bigger than tryin…
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  • Too Different and Too Familiar: The Challenge of French-Canadian Literature
    In the prologue to his now-iconic “Two Solitudes,” Hugh MacLennan professed to have written “a novel of Canada.” The book was published in 1945, and one can imagine the patriotic enthusiasm that the comment may have sparked among readers hun…
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  • Louisiana Breaks Off Trade Relations with Ireland
    BATON ROUGE (The Borowitz Report) – In the aftermath of Irish voters legalizing gay marriage, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has used his emergency powers to ban all Irish products from the state.
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  • Comment From the June 1, 2015, Issue
    In “Art and Money,” Adam Gopnik considers Jerrold Nadler’s argument that, in today’s sky-high auction market, artists should be paid royalties.
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  • The Drifting World
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  • Daily Cartoon: Monday, May 25th
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  • Cover Story: Mark Ulriksen’s “Suiting Up”
    How many Republicans are running for President? It’s a trick question. Some of those who are clearly running—Jeb Bush, for example—are still pretending that they aren’t, mostly because declaring would change the fund-raising rules. And if you…
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  • This Week in Fiction: Salman Rushdie
    Your story in this week’s issue, “The Duniazát,” tells the story of a love affair between Ibn Rushd and Dunia, a jinni posing as a young woman. Ibn Rushd was an actual twelfth-century philosopher, born in Córdoba, in what is now Spain—and k…
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  • Cartoons from the June 1, 2015, Issue
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  • D.I.Y. School
    “Hey, baby, come over here,” a tall,  thin woman, dressed all in white, standing at the mouth of a shipping container, called out. “Come check this thing out. This is the Wunderkammer. This is our natural-history museum.” The woman was Suzy…
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  • Briefly Noted
    Galileo’s Middle Finger, by Alice Dreger (Penguin Press). Blending investigative journalism and memoir, a professor of clinical medical humanities and bioethics chronicles a two-decade career at the intersection of science and social activism. Dreg…
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  • Frenemies
    Forty years ago, for a brief stretch of my long, non-affluent slog through graduate school, I lived at 30 Francis Avenue, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the house of Professor and Mrs. John Kenneth Galbraith. In exchange for a small room (no board),…
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  • The Mail
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  • Journey to Jihad
    In 2009, a fourteen-year-old Belgian named Jejoen Bontinck slipped a sparkly white glove onto his left hand, squeezed into a sequinned black cardigan, and appeared on the reality-television contest “Move Like Michael Jackson.” He had travelled to…
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  • American Snipper
    John Ashbery’s latest book of poems—his twenty-sixth, not counting various compilations and re-issues—is “Breezeway” (Ecco). As with most of Ashbery’s work, its medium is composed partly of language foraged from everyday American speech.…
    - 3 days ago, 25 May 15, 4:00am -
  • Who’s Happy Now?
    Conservatives are happier than liberals, or so decades of surveys that ask about life satisfaction would suggest. . . . But a new series of studies questions the gap itself, raising the possibility that although conservatives may report greater ha…
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  • Wouldn’t It Be Nice?
    Time present and time past are both perhaps present in time future, and time future contained in time past, but I’ll be damned if I can work out which is which. That is the upshot of “Tomorrowland,” the new film from Brad Bird, which starts wit…
    - 3 days ago, 25 May 15, 4:00am -
  • The Duniazát
    In the year 1195, the great philosopher Ibn Rushd, once the qadi, or judge, of Seville and most recently the personal physician to the Caliph Abu Yusuf Yaqub in his home town of Córdoba, was formally discredited and disgraced on account of his liber…
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  • Inglenook
    I live in the museum ofeveryday life,where the thimble is hiddenanew every week and oftentakes five days to find.Once it was simply lying(laying?) on the floorand I missed it,looking inside my mouth.A grease fi…
    - 3 days ago, 25 May 15, 4:00am -
  • Off Diamond Head
    The budget for moving our family to Honolulu was tight, judging from the tiny cottage we rented and the rusted-out Ford Fairlane we bought to get around. My brother Kevin and I took turns sleeping on the couch. I was thirteen; he was nine. But the co…
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  • Life Without Audience
    Vin Scelsa finished taping the last episode of “Idiot’s Delight,” his long-running free-form radio program, at 2 P.M. on the first day of May. He recorded it in a home studio stocked with thousands of CDs and LPs, and then submitted it, via Dro…
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  • Narcissyphus
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  • Air Bus
    As Memorial Day approached, Hamptons residents girded themselves for seasonal headaches: traffic jams, guys in tank tops, the Kardashians. For the next few weeks, at least, another irritant will remain: helicopter noise. The East Hampton Airport, lon…
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  • Extreme City
    Earlier this year, I was invited to a barbecue at the home of a Texas oilman, Steve Espinosa, and his wife, Norma. Their two-story house sat on an unnamed road, nestled in a community called the Condominio Riviera Atlantico, about ten miles from Luan…
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  • It’s My Party
    In April, Matthew Murstein got an awesome bar-mitzvah present: his father, Andrew, who runs a taxicab-medallion business, hired Nicki Minaj to perform at the celebration of Matthew’s transition into manhood, held at the Pierre Hotel. Not every kid…
    - 3 days ago, 25 May 15, 4:00am -
  • Project Exodus
    On March 27th, an American astronaut named Scott Kelly blasted off from Earth and, six hours later, clambered onto the International Space Station. He’s been there ever since. Each day, the I.S.S. orbits the planet fifteen and a half times, which m…
    - 3 days ago, 25 May 15, 4:00am -
  • Why Are There So Many Shuttered Storefronts in the West Village?
    At the end of this month, the House of Cards & Curiosities, on Eighth Avenue, just south of Jane Street, in the West Village, will close its doors after more than twenty years in business. It was, admittedly, not a store whose economic logic was read…
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  • Easing the Pain of War with Country Songs
    This year, in honor of Memorial Day, there’s a concert on the West Lawn of the Capitol. Among the people headed to Washington, D.C., for the holiday is Bob Regan, a songwriter from Nashville who has penned hits for Keith Urban, Jake Owen, Trisha Ye…
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  • Art and Money
    The news that, in a week of contemporary-art auctions that saw more than a billion dollars’ worth of art sold, the record for the price of a single work sold at auction had once again been broken—this time, with a hundred and seventy-nine million…
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  • The Quest to Reproduce the World’s Oldest Shipwreck Beer
    In the summer of 2010, Christian Ekström, a diver from the Åland Islands, an autonomous region of around sixty-five hundred isles off of Finland’s west coast, began searching for a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea, based on a tip he’d received from…
    - 5 days ago, 23 May 15, 3:58pm -
  • newBrush With Greatness
    by Sara Lautman The TV trope where one character sees another character naked allows audiences to be deranged without taking responsibility. Only The Simpsons got it right.
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  • May 27, 2015
    More than 1,100 dead from heat wave in India, where temperatures in some areas have hit 117 degrees. “[Texas’s] population and building booms are far outpacing efforts to reduce exposure to flood dangers.” FIFA officials arrested on corrup…
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  • May 26, 2015
    Cleveland protests after police acquittal of cop who fired at least 15 rounds inside car of unarmed black couple. In a $1 billion pay dispute, fuel retailers cut supply to Nigeria, shutting down businesses and transport. Former Israeli PM Olmert…
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  • The Orchestra Checks Its Email
    by Bridget Fitzgerald A day in the life of a professional orchestra—coffee, practice, social media, tuxedo—leading up to a performance.
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  • May 22, 2015
    All six Baltimore police officers indicted in Freddie Gray’s death. US military flyover of Chinese artificial islands is either “entirely appropriate” or “provocative.” Today, Ireland could be the first country to legalize same-sex mar…
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  • May 21, 2015
    New video of Freddie Gray arrest contradicts Baltimore Police report. Photos of the ancient site of Palmyra, Syria, whose antiquities are now under threat by ISIS. Crude oil spill along California coast threatens rare ecosystem that’s one of o…
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  • White Guys (Friendship Never Ends)
    by Emma Winsor Wood An alphabetical update to important stories that have fallen off the front page, from the existence of Atlantis to the Spice Girls’ decline.
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  • May 19, 2015
    White House bans transfers of certain types of military-grade weaponry to local police departments. While Obama has retracted Bush’s most creative unilateralism, the surveillance state remains off-limits. Historian argues the American presiden…
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  • Voices of the Walmart
    by Matt Ray Robison There are eight million stories in a city. How many are there at Walmart? Random telephone calls made to hear about life inside.
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  • May 18, 2015
    US and China may ratchet up sanctions on North Korea, whose nuclear program shows no sign of abating. A shootout between police, biker gangs in Waco, Texas, leaves nine dead, nearly 200 arrested. Former Egyptian President Morsi sentenced to deat…
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  • May 15, 2015
    China’s on track to finish 2015 with the biggest reduction in both coal use and CO2 ever recorded by a single country. In summary, Jeb Bush had a very bad week trying to talk about Iraq and his brother. Coup fails against Burundi’s president…
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  • The Death of Clemency
    by Jess Stoner Clemency is supposed to be a “fail-safe” in our judicial system. Thanks to a handful of powerful, well-paid political appointees, that notion is proving lethally incorrect.
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  • May 14, 2015
    By flouting term limits, Burundi’s president may have angered neighboring countries enough to support a coup. US argues TPP will help agriculture exports—it will also export our awful reliance on processed foods. After convincing—and even…
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  • May 13, 2015
    Amtrak derails in Philadelphia, killing six passengers and wounding dozens more—still no cause determined. On-the-scene photos and videos from the Amtrak derailment. Brooklyn landlord’s racist shortcuts illuminate the ugly mechanics of gentr…
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  • I Wanna Be Your Forniphilia
    by Laura Beck What one woman calls kinky, another calls breakfast. The internet contains every known sexual preference, from nasolingus to head scissors. A writer gauges their appeal.
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  • May 12, 2015
    Another earthquake hits Nepal: With a magnitude of 7.3 and two weeks after a 7.8 quake killed more than 8,000. Jan Morris, who covered Edmund Hillary’s 1953 climb, says it’s time to end our unhealthy obsession with Mt. Everest. See also: An…
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  • The Emerald Triangle
    A photographer earns the trust of marijuana farmers in California’s “Emerald Triangle,” as the clandestine world of cannabis cultivation begins to open up.
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  • May 11, 2015
    Official alleges the public story of bin Laden’s death is false—and that Pakistan knew he was in Abbotabad. We have inherited political parties that belonged to a kind of society we no longer live in. It’s time to remake UK politics. No one…
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  • May 8, 2015
    David Cameron to return as Prime Minister; Conservatives take UK election after months of favorable polling for Labour. Twenty-year-old student, youngest MP in centuries, rides wave of support for Scottish National Party. As long as you’ve got…
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  • Twitter Feed Highlights the Shocking Number of Black People Killed by Police
    [image position="standard large" id="538460" caption="Illustration by Tyler Hoehne"]Protesters have converged on Ferguson, Missouri, this week for Ferguson October, a three-day event to protest police violence in communities of color.  The neighbo…
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  • History’s Hubs for Progress

    History’s Hubs for Progress

    When facing a creative quandary, sometimes an outside perspective is just enough to shake you out of an inspiration rut. Sure, there are productive upsides to working in solitary, but, from time to time, two heads can often be better than one. Throug…
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  • Three Fascinating Dudes on a Bus Stumble Upon the Solution to Humanity’s Problems
    Share this on Facebook? [youtube ratio="0.5625" position="left_offset" caption=""]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaLuBvqiCVs[/youtube]This video was written and produced by comic Nick P. Ross, who currently has two other incredible videos up on…
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  • Congratulations to the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Winners
    On Friday, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Malala Yousafzai, a young woman from Pakistan who has risked her life to speak up for equal education opportunities for girls. At 17, Yousafzai is the youngest recipient of the prize ever, and the first…
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  • 8 Contraception Questions Every Woman Should Ask 
    [image position="standard large" id="538384" caption="Illustration by Tyler Hoehne"]It seems like every couple years a new contraceptive for women comes on the market. Decades after the FDA approved “the pill” as birth control, women have seen…
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  • A Caffeinated Conversation with Seattle Artist Duo KeseyPollock
    [image position="standard" id="538367"]SEATTLE—Seattle’s coffee shops are legend. From the grungy haunts depicted in the 90s slacker classic Singles to the world domination of Starbucks, roasted beans have long dominated the scene in the Emeral…
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  • How Not to Talk About the Women Soldiers Fighting ISIS
    [image position="half left" id="538377" caption="Photo via Flickr user Jan Sefti"]For weeks now, news organizations have been obsessed with the women fighters battling ISIS as part of the Kurdish Women’s Protection Unit (YPJ). Last week, Marie C…
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  • <p>Lightning in a Movie (and an Album, and an App, and a Concert)</p>
    [image position="standard large" id="538379"]Vladimir Nabokov wrote his first novels in Russian, but Lolita draws so much of its life from his masterful manipulation of the English language that he must've had trouble translating it into his native…
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  • <p>How “Missed Calls” are Mobilizing the Global South Today</p>
    [image position="standard large" id="538366" caption="Illustration by Tyler Hoehne"]I remember when it was trendy to protest the World Bank. Specifically, I remember being a teenager in 2000 and attending a massive World Bank protest in Washington…
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  • The Unfantasized Life
    On a suburban cul-de-sac, one neighbor harasseses another with a series of assaults provoked by the latter’s reluctance to come over for beer, jalapeño poppers, and murderous terror. This is the stuff that Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim’s Bedti…
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  • An Unbreakable Bond: Lieutenant Mike Scannell Finds His Calling
    [image position="standard" id="538161"]For 24-year-old Mike Scannell, a lieutenant at the Point Breeze Volunteer Fire Department in Breezy Point, NY, the desire to be a firefighter came to him after having spent years hanging around the firehouse w…
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  • Access Nollywood, Nigeria’s Booming Film Industry
    [image position="standard large" id="538335" caption="Illustration by Tyler Hoehne"]Many people now know that Bollywood, India’s 101-year-old cinematic tradition, is the world’s largest film industry. But surprisingly, Hollywood is not even the…
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  • Car Cassette Player From 1992 Still Beats Today's Sound Systems

    Car Cassette Player From 1992 Still Beats Today's Sound Systems

    Everyone knows that cassette tapes died out years ago, alongside VCRs and video rental stores. You might wish that never happened after you see this amazing cassette tape player demonstrated by YouTube user Sathyan Thambirajah. The amazing 26-year-o…
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  • This Bulldog Is Pretty Excited To Meet His Neighbors

    This Bulldog Is Pretty Excited To Meet His Neighbors

    First encounters between animals are always a tricky situation, but for one bulldog, it may be the start of a beautiful new friendship. Manfred is a bulldog living in Sweden, and his owner recently gave him the chance to meet the neighboring cattle…
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  • This Backwards Bicycle Will Mess With Your Brain

    This Backwards Bicycle Will Mess With Your Brain

    Many people believe you never forget how to ride a bike, but Destin Sandlin of the YouTube series Smarter Every Day might have just proved that theory wrong. When a fellow engineer presents him with a bicycle built so that the wheel turns the opposi…
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  • How To Descend 999 Steps In 30 Seconds

    How To Descend 999 Steps In 30 Seconds

    If you have ever wondered what it's like to descend close to 1,000 steps down a Chinese mountain on a bicycle while being cheered on by a crowd of hundreds, Andrew Taylor is here to help. He managed this impressive feat in only about 30 seconds, all…
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  • The King's College Choir Adds A Little Helium To Their Performance

    The King's College Choir Adds A Little Helium To Their Performance

    Uploaded just in time for April Fools' Day, the King's College Choir had a bit of fun with this post. The King's College was founded in the fifteenth century by King Henry VI, and the Choir of King's College, Cambridge is considered the epitome of B…
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  • A Strange Concoction Turns A Man's Skin Blue

    A Strange Concoction Turns A Man's Skin Blue

    Paul Karason spent the latter part of his life with argyria, or silver poisoning. With argyria, silver particles build up in the skin tissue creating a blue hue. Karason noticed the change in his skin color when he began drinking and using a solutio…
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  • This Awesome, Hooded Sweatshirt Is Not Just For Humans

    This Awesome, Hooded Sweatshirt Is Not Just For Humans

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    James S. Brady Press Briefing Room12:50 P.M. EDTMR. EARNEST:  Good afternoon, everybody.  Hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day weekend.  Before we get started, I just want to point out that you heard from the President already this morning on…
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  • Statement by the Press Secretary on the Visit of President Park Geun-hye of the Republic of Korea
    President Obama will welcome President Park Geun-hye of the Republic of Korea to the White House on June 16.  President Park’s visit, her second to Washington since taking office, will underscore the strength and breadth of the U.S.-Republic of Ko…
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    The President today declared a major disaster exists in the State of Oklahoma and ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding during t…
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    EXECUTIVE ORDER- - - - - - -TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO THE RISK OF NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION CREATED BY THE ACCUMULATION OF A LARGE VOLUME OF WEAPONS-USABLE FISSILE MATERIAL IN THE TERRITORY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION By the authority v…
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  • Presidential Proclamation - Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 2015
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    A man just got a pretty hefty fine for using his Apple Watch while driving

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    Take a tour of the $367 million jet that will soon be called Air Force One

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    China's most wanted fugitive is in US custody after being caught with a fake Dutch passport

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