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Superman's Dark Past http://trib.al/xiuf4so
Some fans are complaining that Zack Snyder’s envisioning of the Man of Steel is too grim—but it’s less a departure than a return to the superhero’s roots.
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'This Is Straight Murder': a Troubling Acquittal in Cleveland http://trib.al/e2WJg9k
No police officers will serve time for the November 2012 shooting death of two unarmed black civilians.
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Unbelievably destructive! "I would like to be able to love my country and still love justice." Disgusting acquittal that will have heinous consequences.
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Long Novels: and the End of Mad Men: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing http://trib.al/HeLaxDF
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The Weird End of the NSA's Phone Dragnet http://trib.al/hRdgcEp
A majority of Senators wanted to stop a spy program that they never approved. They failed despite having more votes. And it only gets more bizarre from there.
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I don't see a problem with an 'after the fact' collection program. 
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All Unhappy Families: The Downfall of the Duggars http://trib.al/Hn3OgZE
19 Kids and Counting built its reputation on preaching family values, but the mass-media platforms that made the family famous might also be their undoing.
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The pitfalls of worthless tv
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Photos of the Week: 5/16-5/22 http://trib.al/SpEfY9F
This week we have photos of an 80-foot-high tire in Michigan, dozens of Siberian students smashed into a car, two volcanic eruptions, yet another nail house in China, synchronized swimmers in a pond at the Chelsea Flower Show, a view from the top of the 104-story One World Trade Center, cows on the beach along the Mediterranean, a solar halo above Mexico, and much more.
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Drop it in the river.
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Taking Off the Uniform, but Retaining the Drive to Serve http://trib.al/ficVQzH
Team Rubicon, a non-profit organization that redeploys vets as disaster-relief volunteers, helps former troops find meaningful uses for their skills.
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Ireland Legalizes Gay Marriage http://trib.al/BVSHNZ6
The country, which only decriminalized homosexuality in 1993, becomes the first in Europe to approve marriage equality by popular vote.
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Why Is PayPal In the Credit Game? http://trib.al/wAyJGDh
Paying $10 million in fines is only a blip in the revenue PayPal made from its 165 million users moving $46 billion last year.
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Will Congress Let the Spying Stop? http://trib.al/OHW4CTb
Provisions of the Patriot Act expire on June 1, and the Senate can’t agree on what to do.
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the police arent arresting they are murderinh the people com e on/
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A Nuclear Nightmare, Averted http://trib.al/At3xm6m
A decades-old treaty offers clues to evaluating the potential deal with Iran.
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This pic shows the result of prolonged gop rule of america
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'Mayday! Emergency Landing. We're on Fire.' http://trib.al/oIo3viB
We all like to think we’d be calm in times of great pressure. Here is how it looks when people really are.
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