Senate Republicans Want to Protect Babies ‘Born Alive’ After an Abortion. That Doesn’t Happen.

The U.S. Senate will vote on the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Act” in the coming weeks. Here's what that means.
Carter Sherman
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Tech news

Scientists Need Help Looking for Aliens in Massive New Trove of SETI Data

The Breakthrough Listen project just released two petabytes of SETI data, and anyone from scientists to coders with experience in Python and a bit of gumption can look for signs of extraterrestrial life.
Madeleine Gregory
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Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein’s Prosecutors Ended His Trial With a Simple Message: He's an ‘Abusive Rapist’

Prosecutors said his victims put everything on the line to testify.
Carter Sherman
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Games Podcasts

You Need More Than Just Coffee for the Perfect Coffee Shop Vibe

Iron Bull would make killer latte art.
Ricardo Contreras
2 days ago

Trump Held a Pep Rally for Border Patrol Agents and They Chanted ‘Four More Years’

'Keep America Great' hats for everybody!
Alex Lubben
2 days ago

'The Handmaiden' Was an Overlooked Masterpiece of Korean Cinema

Great, you liked 'Parasite'! Here's another twisted movie about class tension and revenge.
Bettina Makalintal
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When My Fiancé Left, Trans Girls Saved My Life

Who needs romance when you have trans sisterhood?
Diana Tourjée
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How to Choose Love at the End of the World

Author Kai Cheng Thom remains hopeful for her "queer and trans bubble" in the face of climate disaster, mass extinction, and the global rise of fascism.
Harron Walker
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Michael Avenatti

Michael Avenatti Just Got Convicted in His Nike Extortion Case

Stormy Daniels' former lawyer could go to prison for a very long time.
Emma Ockerman
3 days ago

Indian Comedian Banned From Four Airlines for Heckling Right-Wing TV Anchor

The airlines' treatment of Kunal Kamra should sound alarms for anyone concerned about comedians and free speech.
Ashwin Rodrigues
3 days ago

I Got in an Accident Driving for Lyft and Entered Eternal Insurance Hell

When another person hit her car while she was transporting passengers, Melissa Schultz discovered her insurance wasn't going to help.
Melissa Schultz
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Target's Delivery App Workers Describe a Culture of Retaliation and Fear

The Target-owned grocery delivery company Shipt is rolling out a new algorithmic pay model that is already draining paychecks. And workers are terrified to speak out.
Lauren Kaori Gurley
3 days ago