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How Liberian Girls Are Beating Ebola

In a Monrovia slum, a group of teenage girls has formed to go door to door to educate residents about the disease—and they’re already changing behaviors, with lifesaving results.

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Will the Comic Book Movie Bubble Burst?

Are audiences tired with caped crusaders and gritty reboots? Or is this just the beginning of a 21st century dominated by comic book cinema?

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Ron Perlman’s Secret Suicide Attempt

In his memoir, actor Ron Perlman opens up about his attempted suicide, life as a fat kid, and coming to dislike his ‘Sons of Anarchy’ character.

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DVF: How I Learned to Love My Wrap Dress

Diane von Furstenberg, creator of the legendary wrap dress, reveals a dramatic career in fashion—and why she signed up to do a reality TV show.

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Remembering Reagan’s Defining Speech

Monday marks the 50th anniversary of the speech the made Ronald Reagan a star – and, in the process, changed America forever.

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From Navy Sharpshooter to Pop Diva

Her hit single “Hideaway” shot to No. 1 in the U.K. and spawned a viral video and her debut album, Sound of a Woman, comes out Oct. 21. Meet the world’s most eclectic pop star.

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You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story

In an excerpt from his new book, ‘The Innovators,’ Walter Isaacson recounts the improbable story of the online encyclopedia that has proven its detractors wrong time and again.

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How Older Voters Will Decide Your Future

Older voters are the electorate’s fast growing demographic – and a major reason Republicans can win big in 2016.

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Zuckerberg: The Most Charitable Bigwig?

The Facebook founder promised $25 million to the CDC to help fight Ebola—but how does his gift stack up against the biggest charitable donations by other billionaires?

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Silicon Valley Sitting Out Ebola Fight?

Witnessing arguably the worst public health crisis of the 21st century, the industry that claims to be changing the world is nowhere to be found. Where have all the tech titans gone?

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War of the Upstarts: Houston v. SF Bay

The energy and tech capitals of the U.S., Houston and San Francisco have little in common, but in the coming decades they are likely to become America’s dominant cities.

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Why Comedians Think Cosby Is a Genius

In an excerpt from ‘Cosby,’ biographer Mark Whitaker describes Cosby’s reaction to his friend Bob Culp’s death and his triumphant moment receiving the Mark Twain Prize.

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George Washington, the First Vaxxer

The commander of the Continental Army realized that if he did not inoculate his army against smallpox, he might not have an army. Saving his men, he probably saved his country.

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Did ‘Neuromancer’ Blueprint Our Reality?

William Gibson found a huge and eager audience for his paranoid fever dream of a novel that updated Orwell for the computer age, even if it was a bitch to read.

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Fox’s Muslim-Bashing Falls Flat

Did that Oklahoma man who beheaded a woman do so because he’s Muslim?

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When Police Violence Gets Personal

Racism in America won’t come to an end until we all start taking it personally and demand change.

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My Grandfather’s WWII Art Rescue

Before WWII, Paul Rosenberg was one of Paris’s major art collectors. But after the Nazis invaded, his gallery was occupied and his collection stolen and dispersed.

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Jesus a Myth, So-Called Scholar Argues

The author of ‘No Meek Messiah’ now saws Jesus never existed based on an absence of contemporary references. But absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.

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Earthly Tycoons Race for the Heavens

Richard Branson and Elon Musk have taken very different paths in their race to the heavens. But one is far ahead.

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Glaciers Lose 204B Tons in Three Years

Antarctica is losing so much mass that it’s actually changing Earth’s gravity.

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