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Lorraine Hansberry's Letters Reveal the Playwright's Private Struggle
In her unbearably short life, Lorraine Hansberry, who died of pancreatic cancer in 1965 at age 34, forever transformed Broadway with A Raisi
The Internet Is Actually Controlled By 14 People Who Hold 7 Secret Keys
This sounds like something out of a Dan Brown...
Why Study Philosophy? 'To Challenge Your Own Point of View'
An interview with Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, author of Plato at the Googleplex
Facebook and WhatsApp: The Nineteen-Billion-Dollar App
WhatsApp and Facebook have a fundamentally different approach to thinking about their users.
After the Press Conference: Michael Sam and the ‘Man Box’ | The Nation
Michael Sam’s press conference showed a young man who isn’t looking to be a trailblazer. He just wants to play football. That may have to be
Exclusive: 70% of gay men believe that sex without condoms is more pleas...
New research exclusively published by PinkNews.co.uk shows 70% of young gay men believe that sex without condoms is more pleasurable and exc
Coca-Cola Helps Cure Social Media Addiction with a Cone of Shame Social ...
In this parody commercial by Coca-Cola, they introduce a new fake device known as the Social Media Guard. The guard is a Coke-themed cone of
Why the Comcast-Time Warner Deal Is Far More Dangerous Than You Think | ...
The merger would go beyond the cable TV, commercial broadband, and telephone industries to impact satellite TV, television programmers like
The Very First Written Use of the F Word in English (1528)
English speakers enjoy what seems like an unmatched curiosity about the origins and historical usages of their language's curses. The exceed
The Spectacular Myth of Obama's Part-Time America—in 5 Graphs
A falsifiable claim, falsified
Black History Month Isn't Making Life Better for Black Americans
Heroes like Frederick Douglass and Rosa Parks feel like characters in a novel—a world away from the clicking locks and nervous glances that
U.S. abortion rate hits lowest level since 1973: study
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The abortion rate in the United States dipped to its lowest since 1973, coinciding with a steep decline in overall preg