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The U.S. Is Suing New York Over a Horrific Pattern of Cruel and Unusual Punishment


Federal prosecutors sued New York City on Thursday over alleged civil rights violations after a Department of Justice investigation found a "deep-seated culture of violence" against young inmates at the Rikers Island jail.

North Korea Hacker Threats Have Claimed Another Film


There will never be a movie about North Korea ever again.  Production company New Regency has scrapped a movie about the country starring Steve Carrell, Deadline reports.

Watch the 16 Most Memorable Moments From 'The Colbert Report' as the Show Comes to an End


Nine years after making his debut as a well-intentioned right-wing buffoon on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert is leaving Comedy Central for network television, where he will take over for David Letterman hosting The Late Show on CBS sometime next year.

Here's the Real Reason Obama Was Able to Make a Historic Deal With Cuba


In response to President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday that the United States is taking steps to mend its tattered relationship with Cuba, Republican senator and potential presidential hopeful Marco Rubio from Florida issued a statement to alert the world to Obama's folly.

This Is How You Take the Perfect Nap, According to Sleep Scientists


Not all naps are created equal. Even experienced nappers have lived through the attempted nap-turned-into-deep slumber.

13 Beautiful Photos Capture a Side of Cuba the Media Rarely Shows You


President Obama's announcement Wednesday marked a major turning point in U.S.-Cuban relations. Following decades of tension, the U.S.

Sony Hackers Killed 'The Interview' — And More Movies Might Be Next


On Wednesday, Sony announced it will pull the plug on its North Korea-mocking Seth Rogen and James Franco flick The Interview after pressure from hackers caused five major movie theater chains to refuse to show the film.

The U.S. Embargo of Cuba Has Been a Complete Catastrophe


The White House announced Wednesday the United States is in talks with Cuba over normalizing relations after more than half a century of enmity.

5 Things You Need to Know About Obama's Historic Deal With Cuba


More than 50 years after the U.S. cut off relations with Fidel Castro's communist government in Cuba, the Obama administration announced Wednesday that the two countries had agreed on the framework for plans to re-establish diplomatic ties and open long-restricted avenues for travel and commerce.

The CIA Tortured People for Years. Meet the 5 Brave People Who Tried to Stop It


Given the public reaction to many of the details in the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's torture report, it should come as no surprise that there were officials in the CIA and elsewhere whp were just as horrified by the interrogation methods.

This Is What the Holiday Season Looks Like From Outer Space


Your neighbor's blinding Christmas lights don't just keep you awake at night — they're also visible from space.

Barack and Michelle Obama Just Revealed Their Powerful, Personal Experiences With Racism


"He was wearing a tuxedo at a black-tie dinner, and somebody asked him to get coffee." President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle have opened up about their personal experiences with racism and prejudice in a candid interview with People, on newsstands Friday, joining a national conversation about race in America following the failure of two separate grand juries to indict white police officers responsible for the deaths of two unarmed black men.

President Obama Is About to Upend Decades of U.S.-Cuba Relations


After decades of diplomatic tension, relations between the U.S. and Cuba are about to take a major step towards normalcy.

14 Heartbreaking Photos Show the Aftermath of the Taliban's Brutal Attack on a School


Pakistani Taliban gunmen murdered 132 students and nine teachers Tuesday at a military school in Peshawar in the country's bloodiest terror attack in recent memory. Pakistan began three days of mourning Wednesday for the victims.

Heartbreaking Photos Show the Aftermath of the Taliban's Brutal School Attack


Pakistani Taliban gunmen murdered 132 students and nine teachers Tuesday at a military school in Peshawar in the country's bloodiest terror attack in recent memory. Pakistan began three days of mourning Wednesday for the victims.

13 Brilliant Music Videos That Defined the Year in Music


The music video is the most important artistic form in music today. In an age where most traditional formats are failing musicians, music videos are surging in popularity and in artistic quality — according to VideoInk, YouTube viewers consume 2.28 billion hours of music videos a month.

The Michael Brown Saga Just Took Its Most Disturbing Turn Yet


Less than a month after a grand jury declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, a new report suggests that the key witness testimony may have been deeply flawed.

The Michael Brown Saga Just Took Its Most Disturbing Turn Yet


Less than a month after a grand jury declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, a new report suggests that the key witness testimony may have been deeply flawed.

NASA Just Found Very Strong Evidence for Life on Mars


The news: On Tuesday, NASA announced that its one-ton Curiosity rover made a surprising discovery on Mars: "burps" of organic methane gas that very well may be evidence of living microbes beneath the planet's surface.

Even After the Senate's Devastating Report, Most Americans Support Torture. Here's Why.


The horrors detailed in the Senate Intelligence Committee torture report released last week have not swayed most Americans' opinion on its morality.


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