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Your Most Ridiculous Breakup

You know what is not perceived to be funny? Breakups. You know what is often funny? Also breakups. In this week’s Pissing Contest, I want to hear about your most ridiculous breakups—what went south, and how did you let him know in a Cracker Barrel? Let’s get personal in the comments below.

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'We're Fighting for Our Rights': The EPA's First Bill of Rights Decries Trump's Deregulatory Tactics

For employees who’ve spent decades working for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Trump administration is like nothing they’ve ever seen before. That’s exactly why—for the first time ever—the agency’s union employees have authored a Bill of Rights to set the agency back on track to meet its mission.

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HHS Is the Anti-Abortion 'Department of Life' Now, According to Alex Azar

On Thursday, Alex Azar, the Secretary of Health and Human Services released a statement in which he called his agency the “Department of Life,” an overt nod to the many anti-abortion measures that the Trump administration has championed to weaken abortion and reproductive health access throughout the country and

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They Dead Girl'd Nancy Drew

To celebrate the 90th anniversary of iconic sleuth Nancy Drew, a comics publisher is releasing Nancy Drew & the Hardy Boys: The Death of Nancy Drew, in which the brothers will solve the mystery of their counterpart’s murder. That’s right: They made Nancy Drew a dead girl.

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A Night of White Empathy at a Reading for <i>American Dirt</i>

On the top floor of a Barnes and Noble in New York City, on the release day for Jeanine Cummins’s controversial and immediately celebrated novel American Dirt, an audience hums with excitement as it waits for Cummins to take the stage. Rows of middle-aged white women, in between discussing emails from the schools

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An Ode to The Metal Rat, This Year’s Lunar Mascot
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This Saturday, January 25 is Lunar New Year, when we leave behind the year of the pig—and enter the year of the rat. Specifically, it’s the year of the metal rat. A zodiac year has never felt so appropriate, but it’s up against eons of anti-rat propaganda. Rats are mere vermin; we’re masters of the universe. Rats are

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