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Armed College Students Instill Fear In Professors

Imagine you’re a professor at an institution that allows campus carry, the right to carry concealed firearms on public university and college campuses.

‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Subversively Brilliant

Halfway through its run, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” — the second installment of the “American Crime Story” series on FX — is arguably the most important show on television right now.

Israel Has Tapped Into The Sea To Relieve Severe Drought

  THE GOOD NEWS: Israel has solved its water scarcity crisis by incorporating Mediterranean seawater and recycled wastewater.

There’s A Farm 100 Feet Below The Streets Of London — And It Could Change Agriculture Forever

THE GOOD NEWS: Biologists are repurposing London's old air raid tunnels into a sustainable underground farm.

How These Women Took Chemicals Out Of Indian Farming — And Made It More Profitable

THE GOOD NEWS: Women are leading an organic farming movement in India that has promoted job growth, healthier environments, and increased agricultural yields.

In Kobe Bryant’s Youth League, Everyone Learns ‘Mamba Mentality’

Los Angeles hosted the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center downtown last weekend, but basketball’s future stars were quietly practicing drills mere miles down the road on the USC campus.

This Cartoon About The Parkland School Shooting Paints A Moving Portrait Of A Fallen Hero

In the wake of the tragic Parkland school shooting that left 17 people, including children, dead at the hands of a gunman, many are still processing the complex emotions evoked by such an event.

Fergie Has Explained Her Historically Bad National Anthem Performance, Calling It A ‘Risk’

By now, singer Fergie’s strange National Anthem performance at the NBA All-Star game has transcended the world of sports and gone viral.

With Songs Of Syria, A California Musician Rediscovers Her Armenian Language 

There’s a moment on Bedouine’s self-titled debut album that tugs at the heartstrings in an unexpected way.

With Songs of Syria, A California Musician Rediscovers Her Armenian Language 

There's a moment on Bedouine's self-titled debut album that tugs at the heartstrings in an unexpected way.

Donald Trump Publicly Challenged Oprah To Run For President 

Rumors of Oprah’s potential presidential candidacy reached a fever pitch following her stirring Golden Globes speech that touched on the myriad issues facing a divided nation.

Fox News Host Tells Activist NBA Players To 'Shut Up And Dribble,' But LeBron's Not Having It

The NBA regular season may have been on hiatus for the All-Star break, but LeBron James certainly wasn’t taking time off from his social responsibility following lazy, trite criticism from a Fox News host.

For People Of Color, Banks Are Shutting The Door To Homeownership

50 years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African-Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at rates far higher than their white counterparts.

For People Of Color, Banks Are Shutting The Door To Homeownership

50 years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African-Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at rates far higher than their white counterparts.

Why Olympic Athletes ‘Choke’ At The Winter Games

It’s easy to get lost in the magic of the performances of Olympians. We have come to expect perfection for things difficult and even impossible for the mere mortal to perform — especially when an Olympic gold medal is up for grabs.

Gun Owner Saws His AR-15 Into Pieces In Viral Facebook Post 

THE GOOD NEWS: Some gun owners are destroying their rifles and asking for stronger gun control laws.   There’s been a predictable pattern after every mass shooting in America.

Even With Finish Line Photos, The Public Can't Tell Who Won This Ski Race

The race results show that biathletes Martin Fourcade of France and Simon Schempp of Germany both finished with a time of 35.47.3, but tenths of a second weren’t enough to distinguish a winner.

Snowboarder's Gold Medal In A Ski Event Is One Of The Biggest Surprise Of The Games

By all accounts, Ester Ledecká should have just been happy to be competing in the skiing Super-G event at the Olympics.

Historians Across The Political Spectrum Agree: Trump Is Among The Worst Presidents In American History

THE GOOD NEWS: In these divisive times, it’s nice to see presidential scholars of every political stripe agree on something.

The Unified Korean Women’s Hockey Team On Its Historic Moment

When fans, athletes, and media on the ground at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics start talking about what the historic legacy of these games might be, there’s one hope that gets passed around — maybe the 2018 Winter Games will go down in history as the “Peace Games.” Peace has certainly been a long-stated goal of organizers who wanted to host the Olympics in South Korea in part to help unify the fractured Korean peninsula.


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