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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.

What the Media Is Getting Wrong About Steven Gerrard's Retirement From International Soccer


The international career of Steven Gerrard ended in the modern fashion, with the dimly lit, choreographed video interview and hashtag combination that illustrated all the misguided self-importance you would expect from the England national soccer team. But Gerrard's 114 games for his country don't merit the platitudes that have accompanied his international retirement and resignation as captain.

9 Human Rights Tragedies the World Needs to Stop Ignoring


In our age of hashtag activism, it is both easy to remember and forget human rights tragedies happening across the globe.

What We Lost on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17


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If You Live in Russia, These Are the Lies You're Being Told About the Malaysia Airlines Crash


It was part of an evil American plan to instigate war with Russia. The passengers were already dead when the plane took off.

This Courageous Woman Is Changing the Way the Fashion Industry Defines 'Model'


Jillian Mercado, a fashion blogger by trade, is gracing the ads of two high-fashion brands this season.

Malaysia, Ukraine Rebels Reach Agreement to Allow "Safe Access" for Crash Investigators


This story was updated at 12:33pm ET.   Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak reached a deal with the leader of the pro-Russian seperatists in control of the MH17 crash site to allow "safe access" for international investigators.  "Under difficult and fluid circumstances, we have been discussing the problems that have occupied us all: securing vital evidence from the aircraft, launching an independent investigation, and above all recovering the remains of those who lost their lives," Razak said in a statement.

President Obama: "The Burden is Now on Russia" to Ensure Full MH17 Crash Investigation


Speaking to the press on Monday, President Obama urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to compel Russian-backed seperatists to stop hampering the international investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17.

The Happiest Cities in America Are All in One State


The news: According to a new working paper from professors at Harvard and the Vancouver School, the happiest cities in the United States are all in one place: Louisiana.

Meet the Man Who Was Supposed to Be on Both Crashed Malaysia Airlines Flights


The news: A 29-year-old Dutch cyclist has dodged the reaper not once, but twice, with only sheer chance standing between him and his tickets on both Malaysia Airlines flights that met a tragic end this year.

The Bizarre Story of the Man Who Was Supposed to Be on Both Crashed Malaysia Airlines Flights


The news: A 29-year-old Dutch cyclist has dodged the reaper not once, but twice, with only sheer chance standing between him and his tickets on both Malaysia Airlines flights that met a tragic end this year.

The Malaysia Airlines Crash in Ukraine Just Went From Bad to Worse


The news: First it was the crash itself and then it was the news that prominent AIDS researchers and advocates were among the body count.

The Malaysia Airlines Crash in Ukraine Just Got So Much Worse


The news: First it was the crash itself and then it was the news that prominent AIDS researchers and advocates were among the body count.


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