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Mariners catcher says Charlotte rioters should be treated ‘like animals’

With professional sports particularly sensitive to political controversies, it’s hard to imagine what Seattle Mariners catcher Steve Clevenger was thinking in posting a series of tweets that have him in hot water today. Read all »

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Anger over Cosmo’s ‘car for women’

In 2016, can a car be designed for women without controversy?

The answer, of course, is no and that’s why a new model produced in Europe is creating a seemingly-inevitable social media firestorm. Read all »

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CNN reporter knocked down by rioter

Not merely confined to overseas warzones, life as a network correspondent can be just as dangerous here at home. Read all »

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Terror suspect’s dad says he tried to warn police

Did police or federal authorities have years of advance warning that New York City terror suspect Ahmad Rahami was a threat to public safety? Read all »

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Would you pay $15,000 for a cracker-based diet plan?

Would you pay $15,000 for a cracker-based diet plan? Read all »

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ABC News: ‘Cuddling kittens can kill’

If you thought the news media had run out of ways to scare its audience to death, think again. Read all »

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Twitter accused of censoring #ZombieHillary hashtag

Is a major social media network engaging in censorship to protect Hillary Clinton? Read all »

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Chelsea blast: Governor admits it was ‘an act of terror’

After an earlier reluctance, elected officials are beginning to admit that last night’s bomb attack in New York City was an act of terror. Read all »

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Is your CEO a psychopath?

If you’ve long suspected your company’s top office is occupied by a crazy person, there is now scientific evidence to back it up. Isn’t validation wonderful? Read all »

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How that shocking Wells Fargo scandal was uncovered

It’s a scandal that has many Americans wondering this week how the country’s largest bank could have engaged in widespread fraud against its own customers. But how did Wells Fargo’s secret practices come into public view? Read all »

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