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de The Atlantic

50 Shades of Money: The Alluring Economics of the Romance Novel

Romance novels brought in $1.4 billion in sales in 2010. They far outperform other genres of literature

de The Verge

Watch Kendrick Lamar's stunning performance from the 2016 Grammys

After being teased as a "very controversial" performance by host LL Cool J, Kendrick Lamar hit the 2016 Grammy stage and did not disappoint. The rapper delivered the performance of the night,...

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23 Emotions People Can Feel But Seldom Notice

WHOA. Dang, this is kind of impressive.

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The Arctic Suicides: It's Not The Dark That Kills You

Kids play at an apartment block in Nuuk, Greenland, jumping into snowdrifts from the roof of a covered walkway. For more than 30 years, the suicide rate in Greenland has been among the highest in the world.

From algorithms to aliens, could humans ever understand minds that are radically unlike our own?

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Growing Up in a Bad Neighborhood Does More Harm Than We Thought

A new study suggests that when a child moves out of a troubled area, the results in later life may be even more positive than economists once believed.

de BostonGlobe.com

Church allowed abuse by priest for years

Church allowed abuse by priest for years - Spotlight/The Boston Globe Why did it take a succession of three cardinals and many bishops 34 years to place children out of John J. Geoghan’s reach?

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When Is It OK To Profit From Cooking Other Cultures' Food? You Weighed In

We started a conversation about food and race. Who gets to cook and become the face of a culture's cuisine? While our question was prompted by an interview with Rick Bayless, the issue transcends him.

Servant of God Augustine John Tolton (April 1, 1854 - July 9, 1897), or Augustus Tolton, was the first Roman Catholic priest in the United States publicly known to be black when he was ordained in 1886. Born a slave, his family ended up in Quincy IL before the Civil War. He was educated by the priests there and they sent him to Rome for further study. He's on track for possible sainthood.