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A short film that skewers the generic "happy" ending of traditional big-budget action blockbusters. http://theatln.tc/1pPXEjx
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Why is American political satire so wimpy? http://theatln.tc/1mOVAEp
Veep mocks and House of Cards villainizes—but next to their truly cynical UK counterparts, they almost seem saccharine. What does that say about the States?
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Contrary to the article's claim, Veep's "Malcolm Tucker" is supposed to be Dan - though, granted, he is sort of a Malcolm Tucker Lite. And: why no mention of In The Loop?
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Meet hitchBOT, the adorable robot that wants to hitchhike across Canada. http://theatln.tc/1nzpQGu
"The physical form looks like somebody has cobbled together odds and ends to make the robot, such as pool noodles, bucket, cake saver, garden gloves, Wellies, etc."
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"Being mean is the death knell of relationships. Kindness, on the other hand, glues couples together." http://theatln.tc/SRphwM
Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.
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Facebook wants to know everything about you—and then share it all with advertisers without your permission. http://theatln.tc/1lmlXEZ
The social giant is digging into information from your smartphone and tracking the other websites you visit.
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"I, a Jewish American born in Israel, who believes in Israel’s right to exist within its own borders, am breaking my own silence." http://theatln.tc/1sa4ftg
In Hebron, Palestinians are subjected to daily indignities—large and small.
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American currency needs a new face. http://theatln.tc/1hSqLTo
The civil-rights leader helped America to realize its founding ideals as surely as any president, and ending the run of exclusively white faces on bank notes is long overdue.
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America's new red states and blue states, brought to you by climate change. http://theatln.tc/1lkVwj8
January to May were the hottest on record in the nation's most economically important state. 
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"I honed my physique to that of a little bison, ready for battle." http://theatln.tc/1lkqCrd
Unlike in other sports, some of soccer's biggest stars are small in stature.
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