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21 Songs You've Totally Heard, But Never Knew The Names Of

You've probably heard these tunes on TV or at a ball game, but you never knew what they were called. UNTIL NOW. (Inspired by this Reddit thread.)

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Is Forced Religious Belief Coming to an Employer Near You?

Do corporations have religious beliefs? According to an arts and crafts chain, they do, and if the Supreme Court agrees, it could have huge …

Here's Why Both Parties Lie All The Time About Health Care

A lot of the recent complaints about the Affordable Care Act go back to one theme: The law makes health care more expensive for some people with moderate incomes. This is true and it's a design feature of the law. And Democrats didn't want people to understand this about the law, so they lied.<p>The …

Allies: Clinton clear-eyed on Iran deal

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton favors giving diplomacy with Iran a chance to work but has lingering worries about the country making good on its pledges in the recent interim deal to freeze its nuclear program, as well as its support of global terrorism and the Bashar Assad regime in …

The Indian company turning e-waste into mounds of profit

Old computers and electronics have created huge dumps of electronic trash around the world, and as the back office to the world, India is particularly burdened—Bangalore alone generates 18,000 metric tons of e-waste a year, an amount growing 20% a year. And although India banned e-waste imports in …

"Britney Jean" Is A Glimpse At The Pop Star We Used To Know

Britney Spears has never sounded less present on one of her albums, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.<p>Britney Spears' <i>Britney Jean</i> is the pop star's eighth album, and her fourth since crossing over fully into the realm of the uncanny. Spears has seemed like only a vague presence on her own …

The NSA's Porn-Surveillance Program: Not Safe for Democracy

Its targets extend beyond suspected terrorists—and some rhetoric that the First Amendment would protect is singled out.<p>Let's think through the troubling implications of the latest surveillance-state news. "The National Security Agency has been gathering records of online sexual activity and …

The 10 Companies Paying Americans The Least: 24/7 Wall Street

24/7 Wall Street: This summer, thousands of fast-food workers in the United States went on strike in cities across the country, demanding their wages be increased to $15 an hour and the ability to unionize. To no one’s surprise, they didn’t get it. As of 2012, an estimated 4.7% of hourly workers …

They spawned the 1 percent: How Washington and Lincoln explain inequality today

The competing economic visions of our two most famous presidents have big implications for the middle class today<p>George Washington, our first president, and Abraham Lincoln, our 16th, are the twin icons of that office. Their portraits are side by side in our wallets, in our change purses and on …

Long Exposure Neon Waterfalls | Colossal

<p>Like a freak midnight rainbow, this ongoing series of lit waterfalls titled Neon Luminance is part of a collaboration between Sean Lenz and …

SkyArt, Fun Doodles Drawn Into Photographs of the Sky

French artist Thomas Lamadieu takes photographs and then fills in the open space of the sky with amusing drawings in a series called “SkyArt.” More …

Vincent van NO - Cat meets Starry Night print of original oil painting 16x20 inches

**Please note this is an art print. It is a reproduction of a past work - not an original.<p>Title - Vincent van NO<br>Dimensions - 16x20 inches<br>Media - Fade resistant inks<br>Support - Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper<p>**Also available in an 8x10" print - please inquire at sagittariusgallery [!at] gmail.com if …

Couple Travels 135,000 Miles Over 5 Years for Wedding Dress Portraits

Photographer Jeff Salvage and his wife Jennifer got married back in 2008 near a volcano crater on Easter Island. While they were there, Salvage had …

1957 Chanel advertisement

1957 Chanel advertisement.

Aleksandra Waliszewska

Aleksandra Waliszewska

Zach Montoya

Zach Montoya

Collages from Beth Hoeckel 

Ori Gersht, Tokyo Imperial Memories: Speck 03, 2010

Ori Gersht, <i>Tokyo Imperial Memories: Speck 03</i>, 2010

Ori Gersht, Against the Tide: Isolated, 2010

Ori Gersht, <i>Against the Tide: Isolated</i>, 2010

Japanese Cherry Blossoms, Circa 1890

Here in the U.S., we've had the pleasure of cherry blossom season since about 1910, when Japan gave a gift of about 2,000 trees — most of which were planted in Manhattan and Washington, D.C.<p>It's now peak flowering season, and all the cameras are out to capture one of the most photogenic springtime …