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Dolores O’Riordan, an incredible voice silenced too soon

Remembering the Cranberries frontwoman, who passed away Monday at 46

Can you be lonely with half a million friends?

We talk to social media power users about intimacy and vulnerability in the digital age

Trump uses Religious Freedom Day proclamation to preach the gospel of intolerance

Trump recognizes a day dedicated to tolerance with calls to undermine LGBTQ protections and Islamophobic propaganda

Joe Arpaio to speak at GOP dinner, proving the GOP is coming unraveled

Arpaio will be the featured speaker at a Republican dinner in Nevada next month

There’s no way African-Americans are warming to Trump

Mix one flawed poll with one enthusiastic Fox News anchor and one gullible viewer in the White House

Finally, Fox News is talking about impeachment — but there’s a catch

Rest assured that there is one subject Fox will actually always cover

Don’t worry about remembering your passwords with Dashlane

Pretty much everyone these days lives half his or her life online — it’s where we order food, buy clothes, talk to our bosses and communicate with our friends and family. It’s even where we play, whether that’s through gaming or streaming

News outlet accidentally sends another fake North Korean missile alert — this is our world now

Japanese broadcaster NHK announced that North Korea had launched an attack. Just as in Hawaii, it was an error

President Trump said he’s the “least racist” person — and Seth Meyers responded

"Why do you do that to yourself, man?" Meyers questioned. "You just set off alarm bells."

Philip Roth, crabby literary lion, has wonderfully vicious thoughts on Trump

In one admittedly long sentence, Philip Roth gets the essence of the president

2017 saw a massive jump in uninsured Americans

The rate of the uninsured grew by 1.3 percentage points from the last quarter of 2016 to the last quarter of 2017

2017 saw a massive jump in uninsured Americans

The rate of the uninsured grew by 1.3 percentage points from the last quarter of 2016 to the last quarter of 2017

Sen. Jeff Flake is going to compare Trump to Stalin, but will vote with him

Flake will attack Trump for what the president says, but not what he does

Trump’s racist comments are a perfect precursor to an impending government shutdown

What little hope there was of reaching a bipartisan agreement on immigration seems to have been destroyed

Donald Trump and his banana republic

All Trump really desires is the approval of the billionaire class

Is warming in the Arctic behind this year’s crazy winter weather?

Dipole temperature patterns are becoming a regular part of winter weather in North America

Is war about to break out in the Horn of Africa? Will the West even notice?

Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia are close to armed conflict over a Nile dam project; so far the U.S. is ignoring them

White supremacists to Trump: Welcome back! We still love you

Daily Stormer proclaims Trump is "on the same page as us"; David Duke says president has restored "a lot of love"

Trump’s Interior secretary wages war on “deep state”: his own staff

Ryan Zinke wants to "restructure" the Interior Department. That may be cover for a widespread purge of "enemies"

When sexual assault victims speak out, their institutions often betray them

Institutional betrayal can lead to real psychological and physical harm

After a sweet deal with dad, Eric Trump assembles a valuable penthouse

The president’s son is combining three apartments overlooking Manhattan’s Central Park

Why you shouldn’t believe everything your sleep tracker tells you

People who are told they slept poorly will act accordingly, even if it isn’t true

Autonomous vehicles could help millions of people catch up on sleep, TV and work

There’s lots to do when a car is driving itself

5 ways parents of preschoolers can raise a body-positive kid

How to help your kid be happy and secure in a media-heavy, appearance-obsessed culture

5 qualities malignant narcissists look for in their victims — and how they use them against you

Anyone can be a target for an emotional predator

Contamination and corruption are at the heart of “Rotten,” a new Netflix documentary about food

A documentary series from Netflix dares audiences to take a closer look at where the food on our plates comes from

What Jeff Sessions doesn’t understand about medical marijuana

Patients in 29 states can legally use medical marijuana to treat their symptoms

Mental health professionals adopt Russian meddlers’ tactics to remove Trump from office

Duty to Warn is fighting fire and fury with fire and fury. These are its members and their 2018 plans

Pope Francis warns that nuclear war is on the horizon

Pope Francis told reporters on Monday, "I think we are at the very limit. I am really afraid of this."

2018 looks like an arms sale bonanza

Another good year for weapons makers is guaranteed

Thanks to the North Carolina case, partisan gerrymandering’s day of reckoning may soon be upon us

The word ‘gerrymandering’ comes from the name of Elbridge Gerry, Massachusetts governor in the 1800s

Recent reporting on violence against trans inmates illustrates the dangers of rescinding protections

An anti-LGBTQ hate group is negotiating with the Trump administration to undo guidelines protecting trans inmates

Here’s how Republicans are whitewashing Martin Luther King, Jr. this year

As happens every year, Republicans forget what Martin Luther King Jr. actually stood for

How does assisting with suicide affect physicians?

With their Hippocratic oath in mind, doctors often remain ambivalent about physician-assisted suicide

Fox News proves that it’s creating an alternate reality

Fox misquotes President Barack Obama and tries to smear his words

Republicans defend Trump by saying his racist outburst never happened

Republicans are split on the matter of what happned last week

Trump’s offshore oil drilling plans ignore the lessons of BP Deepwater Horizon

Disregarding the 2010 disaster, the administration is moving to loosen restrictions on offshore drilling

Martin Luther King’s 1967 speech can teach us about race and class today

Dr. King identified the triplets of racism, militarism and materialism as the legacy we must overcome

Slowly, Capitol Hill is embracing diversity

With bipartisan leadership, the Senate is slowly changing its culture and becoming more diverse
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