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This program has a brilliant plan for bringing diversity to the world of STEM.

When Dr. Jennifer R. Cohen was working as a molecular biologist, she often wondered why no one else in her sector looked like…
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This new law will let Californians know for sure they’re not supporting puppy mills.

The puppies and kittens in your local pet store are pretty cute. But knowing where the adorable animals come from can be heartbreaking.…
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Leonard Cohen’s last book, finished ‘days before his death’, due out next year

The Flame collects unpublished poetry, as well as notebook entries and song lyrics, and offers an intimate look inside the life and mind…
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The internet can’t make sense of ‘mother!’ and it’s hilarious

Image: SGranitz/WireImage/Getty imagesIf there's anything constructive to take from Donald Trump's continuing crusade against black athletes in the NFL protesting racial injustices in…
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Equifaxs Hacking Nightmare Gets Even Worse For Victims

After Equifax Inc. revealed that sensitive data on two of every five Americans was exposed in a cyberattack, thousands logged onto a company website…
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Ed Skrein got a lot of praise fordropping out of ‘Hellboy’ over whitewashing.

Ed Skrein penned a heartfelt explanation for why he ultimately decided to turn down a role in the upcoming "Hellboy" reboot, and the…
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The wonderful reason this woman is selling bags made from retired theater backdrops.

What happens to those massive gorgeous painted theater backdrops when a show ends? Jen Kahn who has been a stage manager on and…
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Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

A lecture explaining why using our imaginations, and providing for others to use theirs, is an obligation for all citizensIts important for people…
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20 Signs Youre Doing Better Than You Think You Are

Youpaid the bills this month, and maybe even had extra to spend on non-necessities. It doesn’t matter how much you belabored the checks…
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100 best nonfiction books: No 79 The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano by Olaudah Equiano (1789)

The most famous slave memoir of the 18th century is a powerful and terrifying read and established Equiano as a founding figure in…
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