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Americans Haven't Been This Concerned About Racism in More Than 20 Years


Thousands of protesters in cities across the country have vowed to "shut it down" until there's justice for the many unarmed black people killed by police, and new polling suggests that these efforts could very well be successful in generating renewed focus on racism in America.

North Korea Threatens Damage "Thousands of Times Greater" Than Sony Hack Against U.S.


North Korea warned the U.S. on Sunday that any punishment levied on the island nation over the hacking attack on Sony pictures would lead to damage "thousands of times greater" than the massive cyber-attack, including strikes against the White House, the Pentagon and "the whole U.S.

Tensions Between New Yorkers and the NYPD Have Reached a Deadly Peak


Two New York Police Department officers are dead after being shot while seated in their patrol car. In a press conference following the shootings, Commissioner William J.

Sony Hasn't Given Totally Up on 'The Interview' Yet


The Interview is dead! Long live The Interview! After announcing that the assassination buddy comedy was to be shelved indefinitely, following a hacking scandal and subsequent terrorist threats, Sony has announced that it is exploring alternative ways to release the film.

Taiwanese Animators Have the Most Hysterical/Insane Take on the Sony Hack


"Sony exposed its nuts to the world this week, and it's been confirmed: They're real small." If you thought that the hacking of Sony's computer systems by the Guardians of Peace — who may or may not be North Korean cyberterrorists — couldn't get any more bizarre, Taiwanese animation powerhouse Next Media Animation has a present for you.

Taiwanese Animators Have the Most Hysterical/Insane Take on the Sony Hack


"Sony exposed its nuts to the world this week, and it's been confirmed, they're real small." If you thought that the hacking of Sony's computer systems by the "Guardians of Peace" — who may or may not be North Korean cyberterrorists — couldn't get any more bizarre, Taiwanese animation powerhouse Next Media Animation has a present for you.

Obama Just Made History by Ignoring Men for an Entire Press Conference


President Barack Obama's annual end-of-year press conferences are usually relatively laid-back affairs, with the president and the press corps alike eager to get a start to the holiday break.

The Average Cost of U.S. Tuition Is $29,408 Per Year. In These 9 Countries, It's Free


The average cost of attending in-state public college in the United States for the 2013-14 academic year: $22,826.

In One Video, Obama Sums Up Why You Should Care About Sony's 'The Interview' Hack


President Barack Obama said at a press conference Friday that Sony's decision to bow to the threats of North Korean hackers and cancel the release of its satirical movie The Interview was "a mistake." Taking questions from reporters before leaving for a holiday vacation in Hawaii, the president made an forceful argument against Sony's decision to scrap the movie, saying the decision set a terrible precedent that would encourage similar attacks in the future and encourage self-censorship among media and news companies concerned about being targeted by hackers.

One Group Has a Higher Domestic Violence Rate Than Everyone Else — And It's Not the NFL


The NFL has jump-started a national conversation on domestic violence, but there's one group we're overlooking: The people we trust to keep us safe.

Why 2015 Will Be an Even Bigger Year for Legal Weed Than 2014 Was


Marijuana legalization hit a number of major milestones in 2014, and it's showing no signs of letting up.  In November, Alaska and Oregon joined Colorado and Washington as states that allow the consumption, sale and taxation of marijuana.

Reports: U.S. Authorities Suspect Chinese Involvement in Sony Hack


U.S. authorities were expected to announce that not only was North Korea behind the devastating cyberattack against Sony Pictures, but that there may be a link to the Chinese government, a government official told Reuters.

Here's Why the #BlackLivesMatter Campaign Needs to Think About Cuba


From Ferguson to... Cuba? The #BlackLivesMatter campaign might begin to redirect its attention southward, after the U.S.

Here's What Happens to Your Life When You Have a Famous Internet Doppelgänger


One Thursday morning last March, I woke up to a sudden explosion of Instagram celebrity. Having fallen asleep the night before as an average college student with a boring Twitter presence and negligible digital footprint, this was not normal.

Here's What Happens When You Have a Famous Internet Doppelgänger


One Thursday morning last March, I woke up to a sudden explosion of Instagram celebrity. Having fallen asleep the night before as an average college student with a boring Twitter presence and negligible digital footprint, this was not normal.

Watch Stephen Colbert and Friends End 'The Colbert Report' With an Epic Sing-Along


"Now, folks, if this is your first time tuning into The Colbert Report, I have some terrible news..." Terrible, indeed.

Here's Why the Internet Should Get Over the New 'Annie' Being Black


Not everyone is so thrilled about a young black actress playing the lead in a contemporary remake of Annie.

Kendrick Lamar and His Label Changed Hip-Hop in 2014


With his last musical guest, Stephen Colbert made a bold statement. "My guest tonight is considered by many to be one of the best rappers in the world," he said in introducing Kendrick Lamar.

These Two States Are Suing Colorado Over Marijuana Legalization


Legal marijuana in Colorado is in jeopardy because, essentially, it's pissing off the neighbors. Oklahoma and Nebraska are suing Colorado over its legal weed, saying that it's raising law enforcement costs thanks to marijuana-related crimes coming over the border.


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