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“A year without God”: A Seventh-Day Adventist pastor embraces atheism

What began as an thought experiment has cost Ryan Bell his congregation, his job and ultimately his religious faith

“Song One”: Why I can’t hate Anne Hathaway’s Brooklyn romance

Mock if you must, but the loved and hated star's NYC folkie love story has modest charms, and zero attitude

I love Mark Zuckerberg’s book club: Unpacking his quest for literary meaning

The Facebook founder's book club choices are a useful (and kind of touching!) window into his inner life

“I don’t need to invade her private life to prove I’m cool”: How to talk to your daughter about sex

A reader asked me for practical advice for progressive, sex-positive dads on having "the talk." Here are my tips

Jay Leno sounds off on Bill Cosby: “I don’t know why it’s so hard to believe women”

The former "Tonight Show" host commended comedian Hannibal Buress for renewing focus on the rape allegations

Surprise! Banning abortion would cost taxpayers an obscene amount of money

The Congressional Budget Office estimates GOP's 20-week abortion ban will cost $500 million over the next decade

Master of the meta-selfie: Why Kim Kardashian’s new book cover makes such a bold statement

Kardashian debuts the cover of "Selfish," her new book of "self-portraits of the digital age"

Rand Paul’s budget quackery: Curing America’s ills with stupid, dangerous policy prescriptions

Dr. Rand Paul wants the government to “do no harm.” Step one: destroy the economy with a balanced budget amendment

Target uses its plus-sized critics to launch a new line

Fashion bloggers spoke out about the company's collections -- and got results

A weaponized tax code? Why GOP’s SOTU response is a confused mess

Bush and Romney don't know how to talk about inequality — but the Tea Party's favorites won't even try

Brit Hume grossly marvels that Megyn Kelly is both smart and attractive

Fox Newser gets pretty sexist in "complimenting" his colleague. What's worse: this isn't the first time

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