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The Crisis in Gaza Is Creating Horrifying Backlash for Jews Around the World

Molotov cocktails and mobs at synagogues. Assaults on city streets. Leaflets left on car windshields promising violence.

The Crisis in Gaza Is Creating Horrifying Consequences for Jews Around the World

Molotov cocktails and mobs at synagogues. Assaults on city streets. Leaflets left on car windshields promising violence.

China Is Facing an Outbreak of a Disease That Once Killed Millions

The news: Thought that the Bubonic plague went away centuries ago? Unfortunately, you're wrong. In the northwestern Chinese city of Yumen, a 38-year-old-man recently contracted the disease and died after coming into contact with a marmot.

Turning on Your Air Conditioning at Night Is Doing More Than Just Keeping You Cool

The news: Keeping your bedroom slightly chilly might have measurable metabolic health benefits beyond simply being comfy.

Why Supreme Court Justices Should Have to Run for Office

Many Americans think the Supreme Court is broken. Shouldn’t they have a chance to fix it? Even if you somehow managed to escape the social media outrage over the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision, you likely encountered it when the court issued rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 or the Affordable Care Act in 2011.

One Chart Captures the Harrowing Cost of the Gaza Conflict

The news: This chart from the Washington Post shows every person who has died in the current escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as of July 21.

When Does a Woman Owe You Sex? Check This Chart

Microsoft Excel took a turn for the explicit this week when the Internet learned the once-innocuous office tool was being used in a dispiriting new bro-trend: tracking the number of times their partners refuse sex.

24 Vivid Sumo Tournament Photos Capture a Sport Rarely Seen in the U.S.

It took a journey to an Indian casino in upstate New York to experience a level of elite sumo rarely seen outside of Japan.

To Understand Why Europe Isn't More Furious With Putin, Follow the Lines On This Map

The news: The European Union is now under increasing pressure to pass strict sanctions against Russia in response to Thursday's downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which killed all 298 onboard.

How the "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" Soundtrack Changed Music History

Ten years ago this spring, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind changed music history. Specifically, rap music history.

12 Brilliant Cartoons That Will Help You Understand the History of Israel and Palestine

The world's eyes are on Israel and Palestine, as the current crisis in Gaza has now led to the deaths of more than 600 Palestinians and 30 Israelis.

Tony Dungy's Bigotry Towards Michael Sam Is the Least of the NFL's Problems

It's doubtful Tony Dungy, a former NFL coach who has leveraged his football experience and fatherly, wholesome image into a permanent role on the highest-rated TV show in the United States, was seeking a controversy when he was approached for a story on mental health in NFL locker rooms that ran in Monday's Tampa Tribune.  But when Dungy was asked about Michael Sam — the league's first openly gay draftee who was chosen in the seventh and final round by the St.

At Rosie the Riveter Summer Camps, Girls Learn They Really Can 'Do It'

Memories of attending summer camps, for many, recall some of the best of times and some of the worst of times.

8 Trips Across America Inspired By Great Literature

In summer 2013, author Ted Conover set out to ride the rails across several Western states. This wasn't his first-train hopping experience but a repeat of a yearlong solo journey he took in 1980, when he rode freight trains back and forth across the American West with some of the last remaining "hobos." This time, 34 years later, he wasn't alone — his 18-year-old son Asa was captivated after reading his father's first book and came along.

Father of a MH17 Crash Victim Writes a Powerful Open Letter to Vladimir Putin

"Thank you very much mister Putin ... For murdering my loved and only child." That's how one Dutch man is laying the blame of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash — squarely on the shoulders of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Here's What Police Found During a Sting Operation on Denver's Marijuana Shops

Nothing. Or rather, nothing illegal going on.  In collaboration with the state's Marijuana Enforcement Division, Denver and Pueblo police forces conducted sting operations on 20 dispensaries in the two cities sending underage people as undercover agents into the dispensaries to buy weed.

A Texas Businesswoman Is Doing What the Government Won't for Refugee Children

The news: This is Mamie Salazar-Harper. Image Credit: LexisNexis For the past month, the El Paso, Texas businesswoman has poured her time, energy and money into a venture that could prove incredibly meaningful: building a home for undocumented migrant children.

One Headline Perfectly Captures the Troubling Way the U.S. Media Covers Israel-Palestine

The news: Cairo-based photojournalist Mosa'ab Elshamy caught this headline from the Monday edition of the Baltimore Sun that seems to capture Palestinian sympathizers' frustration with mainstream media coverage of the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

People Are Exploiting the MH17 Disaster in the Most Despicable Way Possible

The news: Some real bastards are trying to profit from the MH17 disaster. Online scammers have been busy at work setting up fake Facebook pages to scam people looking for information about Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which was shot down over eastern Ukraine last week lost all 298 people onboard.

23 Women Show Us What Their Favorite Positions Are

When reality television star and fashion blogger Lauren Conrad was asked what her "favorite position" was on a live radio program a while back, the women listening held their breath.