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The next time someone says trans people shouldn’t get to play sports, send them this.

For about a week before the 2018 Boston Marathon, news outlets around the country were busy freaking out about the idea of transgender athletes competing. Specifically, the worry seemed to be that trans women (people who transitioned from male to female) would have an unfair advantage over cisgender (non-trans) women. Right-wing commentator and anti-trans ideologue Ben Shapiro painted the decision ...

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Stop Thinking About Trump’s Dong, You Maniacs

If you believe the chatter coming from Stormy Daniels’ lawyer — and he provided a picture of a rewriteable CD-ROM, how could you not? — we’re only a short time away from seeing what President Donald Jayden Trump looks like when he’s doin’ the do. This news immediately gave the internet a bad case of the vapors, or at least ...

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Trump Threatens Syria Before Allies Are on Board

Donald Trumps Bashar Assads latest alleged chemical attack in Syria on Saturday, the U.S., France and Britain have scrambled to cobble together a concerted response. Russia, Assads patron, is taking a harsher stance against their anticipated strikes substantially raising the prospect of a much larger conflagration between nuclear powerswhich apparently prompted Trump to tap out a bellicose tweet telegraphing an ...

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New EPA Chief-in-Waiting Andrew Wheeler Is a Lapdog for Big Coal

If Scott Pruitts tenure at the helm of the Environmental Protection Agency can be likened to an ecological disasterand according to conservationists, scandal-plagued Pruitt be forced from his seat at the head of the EPA, newly minted deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler stands to inherit his position as head of the government agency tasked with enforcing environmental laws. In effect, Pruitts ...

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Man eats world’s hottest chilli pepper and ends up in hospital

Carolina Reaper appears to have narrowed the arteries in the competitive eaters brain, causing a series of thunderclap headaches A man who took part in a chilli pepper eating contest ended up with more than he bargained for when he took on the hottest pepper in the world. After eating a Carolina Reaper pepper, the 34-year-old started dry heaving before ...

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Native women are going missing at epic rates. A 19-year-old wants you to know why.

Some college students spend their spring break partying in the Caribbean. This student walked 80 miles in four days to help Native American women. Marita GrowingThunder, a freshman at University of Montana, walked 20 miles per day across the Flathead Indian Reservation from March 25 to 28. The goal of her “Save Our Sisters” walk? To raise awareness about violence ...

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Bigger, Brighter, Simpler: A Tablet for the Mature User

Social media is designed by the young, for the young. Snapchat’s swipe-every-which-way interface? Baffling to anyone who didn’t grow up with a smartphone. As sight and motor skills weaken, all that pinching and tapping gets harder, cutting people off from social media at a time when they can be more vulnerable to loneliness. But researchers have ideas for how to ...

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Sacramento nurse placed on leave after post saying Stephon Clark ‘deserved it’

Video Sacramento protests continue after funeral for Stephon Clark Claudia Cowan reports from California where protesters are calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against officers involved in the fatal shooting of Stephon Clark. A nurse was placed on leave from a Sacramento, Calif., hospital Friday for writing on Facebook that Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man who was fatally ...

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