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ScarJo Vs. the Faceless Men of Color

As smart as ‘Lucy’ is about its Scarlett—an almost meta reflection on her seemingly infinite capabilities—it falls for the same xenophobic stereotypes that plague dumber films.

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The Pill Is More Than Birth Control

We need to a better job of explaining that women use birth control for much more than delaying or avoiding motherhood.

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Rand Paul Gears Up For 2016

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul hired a top political operative Monday for a potential 2016 presidential campaign.

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Detroit Shuts Taps for People, Not Corps

More than 15,000 households have had their taps turned off for being past due. Yet the bankrupt city hasn’t touched 40 businesses who owe $9.5 million in total.

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Jonathan Demme On Gaza and Transphobia

The Oscar winning filmmaker behind the celebrated films Stop Making Sense, Married to the Mob, The Silence of the Lambs, and more discussed his first feature in six years, A Master Builder, and much more.

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David Gregory: Dead Head Talking?

NBC News’ Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd, and Morning Joe’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, are jockeying to replace David Gregory as host of Meet The Press.

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Dole: Gay Marriage Holding Portman Back

The elder Republican implied the senator from Ohio has already risked too much with social conservatives to endorse an international convention they hate.

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Can a Pill Increase Creativity?

A new study shows that Parkinson’s patients on the drug levodopa are much more creative than their peers. But don’t hold your breath for a cure for writer’s block.

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Adam Levine Is Off the Market… Thank God

The douchey Maroon 5 singer married Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo over the weekend, thus sparing the rest of womankind.

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The Food Fight Over Labeling Added Sugar

Wouldn’t you like to know how much sugar the food industry is adding to the food you buy? The FDA thinks so, and is proposing a label change—but Big Sugar is battling back.

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The Artist Trapped in the West Bank

KhaledJarrar has spent much of his career exploring the restrictions and humiliations faced by Palestinians trying to leave their territory. Now, he, too, has found himself trapped.

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Bergdahl Breaks Silence to Thank Obama

The former Taliban prisoner is gearing up for the investigation into his disappearance and abduction in Afghanistan.

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The Hippie Punching of Rand Paul

Rick Perry attacks his isolationism. Peter King blasts his ‘blame America’ stance. John McCain might pick Hillary over him. How the Kentucky senator became his party’s favorite target.

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The Secrets of ‘When Harry Met Sally’

On the film’s 25th anniversary, Rob Reiner opens up about how they crafted the orgasm scene, who almost played Harry and Sally, and much more.

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From Teen Fashion Queen to Broadway Star

Bloggers like Tavi Gevinson have parlayed their brand into celebrity and collaborations with Fortune 500 companies. Why do celebrities who emulate these bloggers fare far less successfully?

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Stop Repeating: Better Ways to Memorize

A team of scientists recently discovered that repetition is a terrible way to memorize information—and their findings highlight much better strategies.

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The Once-Cured HIV Baby Breaks My Heart

Everyone, even a skeptic like me who’s treated AIDS patients, wanted to believe one lucky child beat the odds to beat HIV. The rules of science don’t have a heart though.

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Crowdsourcing Human Rights

A new internet tool seeks to put activists in closed societies in touch with skilled people in the free world who can help them. It’s crowdsourcing for human rights.

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Vatican Bank: No More Secret Accounts

Vatican City — When Cardinal George Pell, the Holy See’s new Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, addressed the Vatican press corpson Wednesday to lay out the new economic framework for the universal Catholic Church and introduce the Vatican Bank’s new president, he made what could easily be interpreted as a Freudian Slip. “We are working towards transcendence,” the cardinal said to the packed press room before quickly correcting his mistake. “I mean we’re working towards transparency.”

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Good Riddance To The American Dream

It’s time to redefine what it means to be successful in America.

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