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Puts a simple winter snowstorm into perspective.
When it comes to changing laws designed to silence LGBT people, there’s plenty of work to be done at home.
See the peaks and falls of immigration to the U.S. — and the states immigrants travel to during those years.
It seems like an atypical ad. But is it?
The state of Massachusetts, which pioneered the drug’s use, has been able to reduce overdose deaths by as much as 50%.
It's something America wouldn't even think to do.
The internet is mourning the death of cat sensation Colonel Meow. He was 14 years old (in cat years).
Obama has been described as abusing “the intent of the Constitution.” Here's a fact check on that.
The evidence is clear: There's a dedicated effort by Republicans to deny women access to safe and reliable abortions and contraception.
Sochi's mayor went full Ahmadinejad and claimed there are no gay people in his city. These photos tell a very different story.
He did something only Tupac and Princess Leia have done before him.
Time to get out your hemp crucifixes.
Victims have little protection against revenge porn sites. It's a legal loophole that we need to quickly plug.
What an un-Beliebable moment.
Mind = blown.
What the hell just happened in Ukraine?
The Olympic city of Sochi, Russia, is located in the Caucasus. Unfortunately, that's also where most of the country's insurgent militants are.
You won't find "young women of all shapes and sizes" in the clothing company's new catalogue, despite what they say.
Incendiary new laws sparked renewed, and violent, demonstrations.
The House Judiciary Committee is starting 2014 off with a bang.
Countries across six continents are finally turning away from the prohibition of the 20th century, and toward both tolerance and profit.
The decision could have wide-ranging implications for the Internet as we know it.
There are some problems that the market just can't solve.
Indonesia's Mount Sinabung has erupted 220 times in the past week, alone, causing mass evacuations.