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Almost 10,000 Emails From Scott Pruitt Just Went Public. Here Are The Most Unnerving

This article originally appeared on Grist. Scott Pruitt, new Environmental Protection Agency administrator, had cozy ties with energy companies while serving as Oklahoma’s attorney general, as The New York Times reported in 2014 and again this week.

The Unexpected Culinary Goldmine Of Vegetable Ash

At January’s Good Food Awards, an event that honors tasty products as well as socially and environmentally responsible brands, Laura Chenel’s Ash-rinded Buchette earned acclaim in the cheese category.

Artist Shares Brutally Honest Illustrations That Helped Her Fight Anorexia

Art is not only a wonderful tool for self-expression, it’s one of the most therapeutic outlets we have.

Christie Begnell Uses Art To Overcome Anorexia 

Art is not only a wonderful tool for self-expression, it’s one of the most therapeutic outlets we have.

Apple Stands Up To Trump’s Anti-Transgender Bathroom Policy

On Wednesday, President Trump rescinded an Obama-era protection that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity instead of biological sex.

Rihanna Named Harvard’s Humanitarian Of The Year 

Rihanna may be high in the stratosphere of superstardom, but that doesn’t mean she’s forgotten where she came from.  The singer/actress has been named Humanitarian of the Year by Harvard University for her philanthropic work, including her support of breast cancer research in her home country of Barbados.  “Rihanna has charitably built a state-of- the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados,” S.

A Female Cyclist Deals With Catcalling Men In Way That Shuts Them Up Quickly

It’s hard enough to be a cyclist on the busy streets of London without the added burden of sexual harassment during your ride.

Hundreds Of Migrants Are Trying To Get Arrested

President Donald Trump’s executive actions are inspiring rambunctious town hall meetings, mass protests, and a flood of calls and letters to Congress.

What Everyone's Getting Wrong About This Sexist Cartoon

The comic seems obviously offensive at first glance: A woman with an ambiguously colored skin tone, with thick curves, spots a book lying on the ground.

What Everyone's Getting Wrong About This Sexist Cartoon

The comic seems obviously offensive at first glance: A woman with an ambiguously colored skin tone, with thick curves, spots a book lying on the ground.

A Career As A Competitive Eater In The 1600s Sounds Like It Was Torture

The life of a competitive eater, even amid the foodie culture of 2017, turns off all but the most dedicated and impassioned people.

Ex-Staffers Reveal How They Manipulated Trump By Controlling His News Feed

If you want to control Donald Trump, say something nice about him. That’s the lesson conveyed by a number of people who worked for President Trump during the 2016 presidential election.

A New Database Helps Women Find Reproductive Health Care Outside Their Hometowns

Procuring reliable reproductive health care can be a difficult task under the best of circumstances. Factor in increasing political restrictions on basic health care and the unfamiliarity of traveling to a new area and the search can seem like more trouble than it’s worth; a circumstance which ultimately puts health at risk.  However, an open-source database known as Gynopedia is emerging as a resource in the search for women’s health care throughout the world.

The 3 Biggest Industries That Are About To Be Wiped Out By Robots 

There’s a rising chorus of concern among tech leaders in the United States about how quickly robots will take away human jobs.

A ‘Refugees Welcome’ Banner Was Just Unfurled On The Statue Of Liberty

Activists took to one of America’s most enduring icons to publicly fight the anti-immigration doctrines introduced by the Trump administration during its first month in office.  Accessing the public observation deck at the top of the statue’s base, protestors hung a 20-foot by 3-foot banner off the deck’s edge which read simply “REFUGEES WELCOME.” A group known as Alt Lady Liberty has taken credit for the act and posted this tweet:  The group also emailed out the following statement:  "Almost all Americans have descendants from somewhere else.

A 'Refugees Welcome' Banner Was Just Unfurled On The Statue Of Liberty

Activists took to one of America’s most enduring icons to publicly fight the anti-immigration doctrines introduced by the Trump administration during its first month in office.  Accessing the public observation deck at the top of the statue’s base, protestors hung a 20-foot by 3-foot banner off the deck’s edge which read simply “REFUGEES WELCOME.” A group known as Alt Lady Liberty has taken credit for the act and posted this tweet:  The group also emailed out the following statement:  "Almost all Americans have descendants from somewhere else.

Tucker Carlson Caught Falsely Identifying Actor As ‘Protest Organizer’ On His Show

After years of bouncing around the cable news network scene, Tucker Carlson has seemingly found his place as the latest star on the Fox News Channel, bringing his playfully combating conservative persona to new heights.

Twitter Fights Back Against Pizza-Shaming Fitness Blog 

The Naija Gym claims to be the number one fitness blog in Nigeria. On Twitter, they do a commendable job of sharing health tips and motivational memes to keep its followers healthy.

The Story Of Henry ‘Box’ Brown, The Slave Who Mailed Himself To Freedom

In a box measuring 37” long by 24” wide by 30” deep, a slave named Henry Brown traveled 350 miles over 27 hours from Virginia to Philadelphia to regain his freedom.  At the age of 15, Brown had begun working for a tobacco company, afforded the liberty to relay messages and run errands off-premise, yet still facing corporal punishment and strict control over his ability to leave the property.

Iran Bans Brother and Sister Chess Champs For Violating Religious Law

The Iranian National Chess Team has removed a pair of sibling chess masters for not adhering to the country’s religious laws.


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