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McDonald's All-Day Breakfast Is Going Nationwide in October


After years of waiting, the day is almost here where Americans will no longer have to rush out the door to have that McDonald's breakfast craving satisfied before 10:30 a.m.

What the Conversation About Income Inequality Keeps Getting Wrong About Black People


It's easy to think that the economy's on the upswing. Unemployment is down, and jobs are plentiful. In August the black unemployment rate fell below 10%, which, while still twice the rate of white unemployment, seemed a vast improvement over previous years, when joblessness in black communities hit record highs.  But those steady improvements mask a daunting truth.

NASA Just Released the Most Detailed Photos of the Cosmos Ever Taken


The Hubble Space Telescope has been floating through space since George H.W. Bush was president of the United States.

NASA Just Released the Most Detailed Photos of the Cosmos Ever Taken


The Hubble Space Telescope has been floating through space since George H.W. Bush was president of the United States.

The White House Just Released an Anti-Rape Video That Every College Student Needs to See


President Barack Obama just released a video highlighting the importance of consent, and it couldn't come have come at a better time.

For Better or Worse, Miley Cyrus' Latest Album Is New Miley Incarnate


Miley Cyrus was a hot mess hosting Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards. While slipping in and out of 11 of the most absurd outfits to ever grace a human body, Cyrus vacillated between being wildly offensive, cheekily narcissistic and downright confrontational.

Anti-$15 Minimum Wage Ad Reveals How Fast-Food Companies Really Feel About Their Employees


Alongside the usual flashing lights and sky-high billboards, visitors to New York City's Times Square will now see an ad mocking calls for a higher minimum wage and belittling low-wage workers.

Anti-$15 Minimum Wage Ad Reveals How Fast-Food Companies Really Feel About Their Employees


Alongside the usual flashing lights and sky-high billboards, visitors to New York City's Times Square will now see an ad mocking calls for a higher minimum wage and belittling low-wage workers.

Stunning NASA Image of Three Pacific Hurricanes Is First in Recorded History


NASA captured not one, but three massive hurricanes twirling around the Pacific Ocean on the same day, the first time such a phenomenon has ever been documented, the National Hurricane Center reports.

The Big Problem With Taylor Swift's New Music Video That Nobody Is Talking About


Taylor Swift had a good night Sunday. Whether she was mending conflict with Nicki Minaj or accepting the MTV Video Music Award for video of the year, the 25-year-old pop phenom has come a long way since being heckled off the VMAs stage by Kanye West in 2009.

11 Moving Photos Reveal What Those Living With Invisible Diseases Really Look Like


Just because someone doesn't look sick doesn't mean they're not suffering. Yet countless people with invisible diseases and chronic illnesses constantly battle this misconception and can feel dismissed, silenced and alone as a result.

What Uber Is Really Doing for the People It's Claiming to Help, in One Map


Working-class people in underserved communities need Uber — or, at least, that's what Uber's aggressive ad campaign is telling you.  The message: In cities like New York, the low-income population relies on the car-service app because cab drivers don't go where they go.

Nearly Two Years Later, Here's How Legal Weed Is Working Out for Uruguay


In December 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana, passing laws promoted by then-President José Mujica designed to set up the world's first nationally controlled marijuana industry.

A Woman Was Slut-Shamed and Received Rape Threats for Quoting Drake on Her Tinder Profile


It is a truth universally acknowledged that the Internet is full of misogynistic scumbags. A group of Australian women recently learned just how awful online harassment can be after one of them became the target of a vile slut-shaming campaign on Facebook.

What Kanye Was Really Saying With His VMAs Speech


You've got to give it to the MTV: They know how to engineer an award show. From start to end, Sunday night's Video Music Awards were scripted for maximum impact.

What Kanye Was Really Saying With His VMAs Speech


You've got to give it to the MTV: They know how to engineer an award show. From start to end, Sunday night's Video Music Awards were scripted for maximum impact.

Survey Has Great News for People Who Wear All Black and Only Black


The color black tends to get a bad rep. After all, it's often associated with being too plain, too goth or just too "dark." (To be fair, isn't black just the "absence of color"?

Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders' Female Lead Singer, Just Blamed Rape on its Survivors


Chrissie Hynde, frontwoman of the Pretenders, the English-American rock band that produced hit songs like 1986's "Don't Get Me Wrong," said rape is can be the survivor's fault in a Sunday Times interview published this weekend.


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