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Don’t Blame Depression for the Germanwings Crash

That’s not what made Andreas Lubitz murder 149 people.

Of Course Indiana’s “Religious Freedom” Law Allows Discrimination. It Was Written That Way.

Christian Bookstores Have Finally Had It With Fake Testimonials About Heaven

Why It’s Not So Unconscionable for Women to Make a Buck Selling Their Breast Milk

The Best Stand-Up of New Daily Show Host Trevor Noah

Politics

Why the GOP’s Presidential Hopefuls Believe the Same Thing

Thank Barry Goldwater.

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Biggest Sellout

Now that Guinness World Records is in bed with publicity-seeking companies, can we trust it?

Why the GOP’s Presidential Hopefuls Believe the Same Thing

The Guinness World Records Were Once Awe-Inspiring and Hilarious. Now They’re Just Shady. 

Parents Strive to Spend Tons of Time With Their Kids, but That Doesn’t Lead to Happier Kids

Nashville Prosecutors Reportedly Offered Women Plea Bargains in Exchange for Sterilization

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