It's time to do away with the outdated, oppressive garbage word. Sara Benincasa explains.
'There's just so much fight in all of us that boxing gloves were the perfect symbol.'
'The piece was trash. It asked a subjective question, then pretended to answer it with facts.'
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It involves one word: data.
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One California lawyer is trying to push the most ridiculous bill ever.
One of the students expelled from the University of Oklahoma after getting caught singing a racist chant has apologized.
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Like track 14 says, 'You ain't gotta lie to kick it or click-bait to get me to read your article.'
How longtime ballet professional Kate Kislingbury found her stride in a new form of movement.
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More people are getting raises. The problem is it's only among the country's top earners.
How a kid named Gabriel Rosario used dancing to break out, both emotionally and professionally.