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Ex-Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens: Let's legalize pot

Freed from the reclusive stuffiness of the Supreme Court, former Justice John Paul Stevens now says marijuana should be legal.

X-Men director Bryan Singer says sexual abuse allegations are 'outrageous, vicious, and completely false'

Last week, X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer was accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy on multiple occasions, in a series of abuses that reportedly first began in 1998.

Oregon is preparing to scrap its terrible ObamaCare exchange

After almost seven months of delays and hangups, Oregon is moving toward scuttling its state-run ObamaCare exchange and switching over to the federal one.

Gay veteran denied request to be buried with her wife's ashes

Madelynn Taylor, a 74-year-old U.S. Navy veteran, didn't want death to tear her and her wife apart. The 74-year-old Idaho woman fell in love with her partner in 1995 and the pair married in California.

The Cubs chucked their humongous 100th birthday cake in the trash

Wednesday was the 100th anniversary of the Cubs' storied stomping grounds. Wrigley Field. And to celebrate, the club commissioned a 400-pound cake shaped like the iconic ballpark.

Putin calls the internet a 'CIA project'

Not even the internet is safe from Russian President Vladimir Putin's skepticism. At a media forum Thursday in St.

After 131 years in print, monthly magazine Ladies' Home Journal is adopting a 'special interest' publishing model

Ladies' Home Journal, one of the "Seven Sisters" of original women's magazines, is shuttering its monthly print publication, Advertising Age reported today.

Why Democrats still have a chance to hold the Senate seat in Arkansas


On the Political Wire podcast, we spoke to Skip Rutherford, dean of the Clinton School of Public Service, about Arkansas' unique politics and how they could impact the state's marquee U.S.

Vice News reporter Simon Ostrovsky freed from pro-Russian militia

Simon Ostrovsky, the Vice News reporter who was detained Monday by militia in Ukraine, is now free. Vice confirmed the news, stating he's "been safely released and is in good health." Ostrovsky was captured in the eastern city of Slovyansk by pro-Russian gunmen.

Florida school stops giving kids Mountain Dew before standardized tests

Everyone knows that the best way to get kids to perform better on standardized tests isn't to teach them the material, but to give them a jolt of sugar and caffeine right before the test.

Andy Warhol's lost artwork found on 1980s floppy disks

"Yeah, Andy Warhol's soup cans are neat," someone must have once said somewhere, "but they'd look even cooler in MS Paint." Well, fictional friend, you're in luck.

The Toronto Blue Jays get no respect

The New York Times has a neat interactive map this morning that breaks down baseball fandom by zip code.

Why you're probably drinking your beer all wrong


There's a popular bar in my neighborhood that is perfectly passable except for the fact that it serves beer in plastic cups.

Israel suspends peace talks to protest Hamas' participation

The Israeli government on Thursday announced that it was backing out of American-brokered peace negotiations so long as the talks involve Palestine's militant group, Hamas.

Meg Ryan will voice the mother in How I Met Your Dad

Fans of How I Met Your Mother who were sad to see the show go were happy to learn that the sitcom's creators, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, were producing a similar sitcom called How I Met Your Dad.

Bush-Paul 2016?

It was bound to happen. Sooner or later, premature speculation about the GOP presidential nominee would grow stale, giving way to wildly premature speculation about a hypothetical nominee's possible running mate.

Watch kittens frolic in America's first cat cafe

Coffee is great. Kittens are great. It's astounding that there aren't cat cafes everywhere so cat people (hi, Mom!

Everything you need for a diner-style dinner party


Some dinner parties are born of a desire for elegance, for entertainment, for opulence. Some are themed around something ridiculous, like eating whole fish with your hands while drinking out of a pineapple.

New Zealand students rewarded with beer for killing rats

New York rats may occupy restaurants and the occasional subway car, but New Zealand's rats are so invasive that they've taken to "climbing trees and raiding birds' nests," according to the Global Post.

The last Hobbit movie will be called The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Excited to see the final movie in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy when it hits theaters later this year?


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