Supreme Court to Decide Five Landmark Cases, Bono and Celebrity Activism, Protests in Turkey

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Monday, June 03, 2013

Is Silicon Valley Good for the World? | Supreme Court to Decide Five Landmark Cases | Bono and the Polarizing Face of Celebrity Activism | Joss Whedon on His New Film 'Much Ado About Nothing'

Anti-Government Protests Erupt in Turkey

Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Turkey in protest. So far, more than seventeen hundred people have been arrested. The protests began over government plans...

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Supreme Court to Decide Five Landmark Cases This Month

By the end of this month we could be living in a very different United States. That’s because decisions will be coming down in five landmark cases before the Supreme Court. At stake: ...

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Joss Whedon on His New Film 'Much Ado About Nothing'

Joss Whedon is a Hollywood director and writer who has tried his hand at just about every genre from paranormal teen action in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” to superhero adventure in “Th...

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Interracial Cheerios Commercial Sparks Backlash

A Cheerios commercial depicting a mixed-race family is stirring up controversy this week after responses in the comments section of the YouTube video turned vitriolic. The commercial,...

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Is Silicon Valley Good for the World?

In his most recent New Yorker article, George Packer describes Silicon Valley's biggest blind spot: namely, that its wealth and its youthful demographics has given way to a distinct...

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Bono and the Polarizing Face of Celebrity Activism

Is there a more polarizing contemporary rockstar than Bono? For some, the U2 frontman's international relief efforts epitomize what can be accomplished when a celebrity harnesses hi...

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