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WATCH: Jon Stewart Ridicules Drummed Up Clinton E-mail Gate

Chances are, the latest suspiciously-timed Clinton scandal will change exactly no one's vote. A slow news day inspired Jon Stewart to have at the latest "scandal" involving Hillary Clinton, yeah, the one about her using a personal e-mail account while Secretary of State.

Shot in the Chest, Racially Abused: 5 Horror Stories from the DOJ's Ferguson Police Report

The Fed's investigation turned up a widespread pattern of racist policing and civil rights violations.

Everglades To Be Killed This October by Florida's Own Koch Brothers

The Fanjul family controls a third of our nation's raw sugar. #154 of My Stupid State Most Floridians don't even know who they are.

Washington State Prosecutor Denounces Wife's Racist Facebook Posts About Muslims

The wife of Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell reportedly wrote: “I do not trust muzlims no matter what.” A Washington state prosecutor insisted this week this his wife’s racist views on Muslims would have no impact on how he handled his cases.

How the GOP Keeps Shooting Itself in the Foot

Compared to the George W. Bush era, today's Republican Party is so aggressively hostile to minorities they're sabotaging themselves.

Why White People Still Vote More Than African Americans

A new report takes an in-depth look at racial patterns in voting. African American voting rights come a long way since the 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act, but America still hasn’t rid itself of some of the ugly, systematic ways in which it oppresses black people through the ballot box—especially at the local level.

'It’s the Blackness That Scares Everybody': Why White People Favor 'African Americans'

White people have a far more negative view of the term 'black' than they do of the term 'African American.' A new study from professor Erika Hall of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School suggests that white people have a far more negative view of the term “black” than they do of the term “African American.” For instance, study participants routinely concluded that a person had a higher level of education and job status, if that person was referred to as African American rather than Black.

Women's Bodies Can't Perform Magic (Someone Please Tell Republicans)

The GOP still knows nothing about female anatomy. Do Republican men think women are mythical creatures, like unicorns or fairies?

Atheist Group Blasts ‘Absurd’ Decision to Censor Its Easter Billboards

A representative from American Atheists called the decision 'discriminatory.' The group American Atheists addressed the controversy surrounding its billboards in Nashville, Tennessee by pointing out that it’s hypocritical of the company to censor the group’s advertising when Christian groups routinely promote antigay, pro-religion messages in their own publicity materials.

Russell Brand Explains the Real Reason Westerners Join ISIS: Alienation

Isolation is the culprit, not Islam. The spectacle of Westerners leaving their homes to travel to the Middle East to join ISIS has captured media headlines, with CNN even suggesting that ISIS is using “kittens, nutella” to lure female fighters.

5 Reasons Conservatives Wouldn't Actually Want Netanyahu To Be Our President

The GOP is enamored with the Prime Minister, but Israel endorses many policies that Republicans would loathe.

Why I Absolutely, Positively Never Want to Have a Child

There is no caveat to this statement. This post originally appeared on I am about to tell you something that may shock you.

Could Common Food Additives Be Causing Serious Health Problems?

New research suggests they do. Emulsifiers approved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are commonly added to processed foods to improve texture, increase shelf life and prevent oils and fats from separating.

Fewer Big U.S. Companies Are Run By Women Than By Guys Named John

Board rooms and the Capitol are great places to be called John. For every woman in a chief executive role in the S&P 1500 firms there are four men named John, Robert, James and William, research has found.

Robert Reich: How the Next Democratic Nominee Could Rescue America

We need to take radical steps. It’s seed time for the 2016 presidential elections, when candidates try to figure out what they stand for and will run on.  One thing seems reasonably clear.

Jon Stewart: Congress Gave Netanyahu ‘The Longest Bl*wjob a Jewish Man Has Ever Received’

The Daily Show host called the Israeli Prime Minister's visit a festival of slights.' Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress yesterday served a dual function: shoring up his close relationship with our Republican leadership and giving him a global platform to demonstrate his political power to Israeli voters two weeks before their national elections.

Clear Proof Bill O'Reilly Is a Serial Liar About His Past

There's no wiggle room. Fox News' Bill O'Reilly has been under fire following a series of revelationsthat seem to show he lied about numerous major reporting milestones in his career, from witnessing the murder of nuns in El Salvador to being witness to combat in the Falklands War to personally seeing the suicide of a figure involved in the JFK assassination investigation.

Right-Wing Christians Screech About ‘KGB’ Spies After City Simply Checks Church’s Zoning Permit

Concern over a Florida church's possible lack of an emergency exit leads to suggestion of a war against religion.

Why Major League Soccer Players Could Be on the Verge of a Major Work Strike

MLS is no worker's paradise for its talent. In the fall of 1969, a little over a year after Sports Illustrated dubbed him “Baseball’s Best Centerfielder,” Curt Flood was traded from the St.

Meet the Burlesque Dancer Who Was Fired For Her Voluptuous Curves

A New Orleans club is feeling the wrath of social media over the dismissal of performer Ruby Rage. A week after Mardi Gras, it is business as usual in the neon gaudiness of New Orleans’s dive bars and strip clubs.