Faked Data In Study About Same-Sex Marriage Is Ruining Lives

The question of whether gay proponents of same-sex marriage have lasting sway with those who are against it has always been interesting. And recently, a study was published in Science that suggested that, yes, canvassers who have a personal stake in a political cause do have an impact. The problem? The data was likely… » 5/26/15 11:10am Today 11:10am

Gear Up For Your Next Run With $25 Bluetooth Earbuds and a $7 Armband

You guys snap up a ton of these dirt cheap Mpow Bluetooth Earbuds whenever we post a deal, but if you’ve missed out up until this point, here’s another chance. If you own a smart watch and want to use it to listen to music without a phone nearby, these are a must, but they’re also great for jogging, mowing the lawn,… » 5/26/15 10:48am Today 10:48am

Kris Jenner, Chill Mom, Is Attempting to Trademark the Term 'Momager'

While you spent Memorial Day winning the hot dog eating contest at your local county fair (like you do every year), Kris Jenner was also taking care of business. The Kardashian matriarch has reportedly filed documents to trademark the word “momager,” so warn your mom—the one who relentlessly pushed you into the wild… » 5/26/15 10:30am Today 10:30am

Hillary Clinton is Selling Pantsuit Tees and 'Shattered Glass' Tumblers

Any political strategist will tell you the most important part of any presidential campaign is the lifestyle brand. A candidate isn’t truly running for the country’s highest elected office until their name is stitched, stuck, or printed all over their supporters’ bodies, homes, offices, and cars. With the launch of… » 5/26/15 10:10am Today 10:10am

Meet The Sole "Survivor" Of The Women's Suffrage Movement

In America, the fight for women’s suffrage began in 1848 at Seneca Falls, New York. There, 100 women signed the “Declaration of Sentiments,” which demanded they be given the right to vote by the federal government. But only one signer survived to see them get that right — Charlotte Woodward Pierce. » 5/25/15 8:00pm Yesterday 8:00pm

Woman Clears Medical Marijuana Use at New Job, Then Gets Fired Anyway

A Massachusetts woman who cleared her medical marijuana use with her new employer—and who was then subsequently fired on her first day of work, anyway, for having positive drug test results—has filed a discrimination complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination in an attempt to get her job back. » 5/25/15 6:00pm Yesterday 6:00pm

A Brief History of Trolls 

Trolls have been popularized in Nordic mythology and Scandinavian folklore. Here is a brief history of trolls who tromped through the imaginations of generations, before they relocated from their ancestral lands (mountains, forests, under bridges, etc) to their new homes on the internet.

The term “troll” has been… » 5/25/15 5:30pm Yesterday 5:30pm