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7.2.19

Now That You Can Trademark Swear Words, Here Are All the Wildest NSFW Requests

A Supreme Court ruling on vulgar trademarks is making space for new, profane ventures, from "A$$RICH" to "Bitchigan."

5.4.17

You'll Die in a Nuclear War, but These Elites Will Be Saved

A national security expert's new book reveals the handful of VIPs and artifacts America would protect in the event of a major catastrophe.

4.24.17

The Oldest State in the Union Has Something to Say About Art | #50StatesofArt

Visual artist Morgan Hamilton writes about how Delaware's history trickles down to its art, politics, and people.

9.21.16

A Law Professor Explains Why You Should Never Talk to Police

James Duane says you shouldn't say anything to a cop for any reason, you shouldn't plead the Fifth, and you shouldn't stay silent. So what should you do?

11.10.15

We Asked an Expert What Aung San Suu Kyi’s Victory Would Mean for Myanmar

As the results of the nation's first free election in 25 years are being released, it's looking like it's going to be a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyi's party, the National League of Democracy (NLD).

12.4.14

A Man Is Going to Prison for Breaking California's Revenge Porn Law

Although it might be said to represent a victory over pervs everywhere, there are some serious questions raised by revenge porn laws in general.

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11.14.14

Do We Have a Right to Know Why We're Being Searched by Police?

New York City is mulling a "right to know" law after a summer defined by police brutality across America.

1.16.14

Egyptians Dodged Bombs and Protests to Vote on the New Constitution

For the past two days, Egyptians have been taking to the polls to officially pass judgment on the latest iteration of the country's constitution. They want stability, and they believe that is what the referendum will bring.