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10.8.19

Neil Gorsuch Might Just Be the Supreme Court Justice Who Saves LGTBQ Workers' Rights

“It’s close, OK?” Gorsuch said during arguments Tuesday.

9.18.19

Epstein Abused Teen for 3 Years When She Was Basically Homeless, Lawsuit Says

She's the 6th accuser who's now suing Epstein's estate to seek some kind of justice

9.18.19

Hundreds of Migrant Kids in Government Shelters Are Put on Psychotropic Drugs, Says Watchdog Report

Many of the children appear to have been medicated without their parents’ consent.

9.16.19

Most of the Women’s March Leaders Are Out

The group behind the wildly successful Women’s March on Washington in 2017 is cutting ties with some of its bold-faced names and recommitting to its agenda ahead of 2020.

7.19.19

"Se Siente Cabrón": We Talked To iLe About Creating Puerto Rico's Protest Anthem with Bad Bunny and Residente

"For a moment during the protests, I felt this energy of indignation, frustration, and anger. But I felt accompanied."

3.18.19

10,000 NYC nurses are about to go on strike over understaffing

Nurses at New York City’s three largest hospital systems are prepared to walk out if no deal is reached by April 2

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3.13.19

Trump is grounding the Boeing 737 Max jets

The EU, China, Argentina, Mexico, Mongolia, Turkey, Singapore, and virtually every other nation that flies the planes had already grounded the Max 8

3.8.19

Three Otters Were Stolen From a Sanctuary and Nobody Knows Why

Please SAFELY return Sigmund, Nessy, and Ned.

3.8.19

1,000-Year-Old Pristine Mayan Artifacts Found in Sealed 'Jaguar God' Cave

The cave was first discovered by local farmers in 1966, but was walled off until last year for unknown reasons.

2.6.19

Tokyo's New "Chicago Pizza" Trend Looks a Hell of a Lot Like Fondue

A gooey, cheesy dish called シカゴピザ, which translates to "Chicago pizza" or "Shikago Pizza," is all the rage in Tokyo.

1.4.19

Buddhist Monks Are Flexing on Twitter to Protest a Japanese Traffic Law

The Japanese hashtag #僧衣でできるもん, “I can do it in monk’s robes,” is more than just a Twitter thing.

12.28.18

Women are coming for the judge who let Baylor ex-frat president accused of sexual assault off with no jail time

Texas judge Ralph Strother accepted a plea of “no contest" from Jacob Anderson, a Baylor University student, in early December.

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