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Hillary’s climate opportunity: Here’s how she fights and wins on global warming

Clinton has the tools and opportunity to go big on climate policy, and she absolutely should

“Fk your breath”: Police officer’s extremely disturbing message for the unarmed man he just shot

Video footage shows Tulsa cops' vulgar response to a fatal "accident" involving firearms instead of a Taser

“Mad Men” recap: Don Draper is “an aging, sloppy, selfish liar”

An episode that mostly sets the scene for the finale indulges in (literally) moving furniture

“Game of Thrones” recap: Is there hope for Westeros after all?

An important alliance might be on the southern horizon, but up north on the Wall, two powers collide

Thomas Jefferson’s torturous afterlife: How Ronald Reagan and the Tea Party try to steal his legacy

The founder of the Democratic Party seems equally beloved by right and left. How did he become a Tea Partyer?

Dangers of a Hillary Clinton campaign: The disastrous centrism she desperately needs to avoid

Questions remain about how far to the left Hillary will run. One tip: Learn from your mistakes!

Abraham Lincoln would despise you all: Race, the South and the GOP’s most delusional fantasy

Republicans call themselves party of Lincoln, then take stands on race the late president would never, ever back

Philip Glass’ first lessons: Behind the scenes at Juilliard with a soon-to-be modern master

Exclusive: The acclaimed composer's first stories of John Cage, PDQ Bach and "Einstein on the Beach"

It’s official: Hillary Clinton is running for president

Clinton will once again aim to become the first female president in American history

Walt Whitman at the strip club: The legendary poet on love, lust and “midnight orgies”

Whitman understood something that America often tries to suppress: "Sex is the root of it all"

I was a childhood racist

In 1966, I had never questioned segregation. Then my school finally integrated. That's when I said something awful

Our naked Ivy League protest: “These are the bodies Yale is exploiting”

Title IX may have been enacted, but change came slowly -- and required us to shed our clothes to make the point

There will be sex in space: Mars, science and “the dictates of biology and human culture”

Zero-gravity sex presents many challenges. But on Mars, the science of getting it on could be with us

The FDA’s phony nutrition science: How Big Food and Agriculture trumps real science — and why the government allows it

Sugar and corn syrup have been pumped into the food chain, causing a dramatic increase in illnesses. Here's why

“We’re basically skeletons surrounded by fluids surrounded by a membrane of skin”

Anna Rothschild of PBS/NOVA's "Gross Science," explains the disgusting marvels of nature

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