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A small meteorite appears to have hit a Thai house, punching a hole in the roof:
Experiences over stuff is a tired, and sexist, idea:
Wave of racist, xenophobic incidents reported across U.K. after Brexit vote:
In Germany, admitting maternal ambivalence is still a really big deal:
Hunters and their “trophies” at the spots where they killed them:
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Channing Tatum, Jesse Williams, and all the wokest baes du jour:
If you throw a rock off a boat, does the water level go up or down?
Solicitor General Don Verrilli speaks to Amicus as he leaves office and enters legend:
How long would the House GOP have investigated Iraq if it treated Iraq like Benghazi?
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Stephen Breyer’s dry, wonky Whole Woman’s Health opinion was kind of perfect:
The restaurant industry has become a real dog's breakfast:
Here's why organizations like the House Democrats can't redact documents properly:
This deleted Zootopia scene would have made the racial allegory a lot more disturbing:
Two in three Americans say Trump is unqualified to be president:
Why is the NYT crossword so clueless about race and gender?
Why endangered Republicans should speak at Trump's convention:
Trumpcast: The talented Mr. Miller
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The Clinton Super PAC’s new attack ads know that YOU know that Trump is a pig:
All the downsides to picking Elizabeth Warren for vice president:
No cats were harmed in the making of this episode:
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