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Impersonating soldiers, Nigerian rebels abducted over 100 schoolgirls in their latest anti-government raid
New film 'Transcendence' takes on consciousness and the Singularity
Real Estate ↓ You get less than a postage stamp for a dollar in some Manhattan neighborhoods via @nytimes
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Princeton Review founder: "I taught America to beat the SAT. That’s how I know it’s useless."
Prisoner-turned-chef takes on the Italian State over unpaid wages
More than 300 people missing after South Korean ferry sinks
Ukraine is on the 'brink of civil war' ahead of four-power talks
Princeton Review founder blasts the SAT: 'These tests measure nothing of value'
"We are all boys who won't shoot our own people." 3 APCs reportedly switch hands in Eastern Ukraine
Ukraine on the 'Brink of Civil War' Ahead of Four-Power Talks
"Farming is not the beautiful thing you people in the city think it is. Farming is a tough damn business."
100 Nigerian girls kidnapped from school by Islamist rebels, teacher says
Photo essay: Bosnia and Herzegovina's war wounds
South Korean online gamer accused of murdering his infant son to keep playing
The untold story of how one nurse helped #BostonMarathon bombing victim Erika Brannock through her worst 50 days:
Airbnb ↓ The hotel alternative is great for hookers via @nypost
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"The iconic Boston bombing photograph isn't about my legs – it's about a rescue" via @GuardianUS
Today in Tabs: Blood moon, a few dumb things happened on Twitter and the Pulitzer Prizes were announced
Sex crimes during Bosnia’s war inspire Angelina Jolie’s campaign for justice
The West was calling Patricia Kerman, who moved to SF 4 decades ago. And now it's telling her to get out.…
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U.S. anti-tank rockets show up in Syrian rebel hands
Today in Tabs: Blood moon came and went, dumb things happened on Twitter and the Pulitzer Prizes were announced
I loved THE SECRET HISTORY but hated THE GOLDFINCH -- and the Pulitzer doesn't convince me otherwise.…
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The rapid and ruthless gentrification of San Francisco threatens to kill the neighborhoods that made it The City