21 unexpected ways to give back and do good on Black Friday.

Thanksgiving is around the reces and you know what that symbolizes … Black Friday and all its beautiful madness is nearly upon us. Photo by Powhusku/ Flickr. Sure, it’s gathered and intense, but those splendid sales make it worth noting,…

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People are divided on Colin Kaepernick being named GQ’s ‘Citizen of the Year.’

In its annual “Men of the Year” issue, GQ Magazine worded onetime NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick its “Citizen of the Year, ” and boyyyyy, do parties have thoughts about that. As with all things related to Kaepernick, who rose to…

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A brewery is exchanging beer for Richard Spencer tickets so he’ll speak to empty seats.

For decades, freedom fighters around the world have developed fearles, canny, and occasionally outlandish tools to defended autocracy and lily-white supremacy. Now, a Florida brewery is including a brand-new weapon to the arsenal: free beer. In advance of a planned…

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When a fan made sexist comments, this rapper taught him an important lesson.

Benjamin Coyle-Larner, aka Loyle Carner, is a rapper from South London whose music is often described as confessional, prone, and sensitive. He hip-hops about his family, agony, and handled with new responsibilities of adulthood. If you’re in the U.S .,…

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Terry Crews described being sexually assaulted in Hollywood in an emotional Twitter plea.

Photo by Mike Windle/ Getty Images. Former NFL-lineman-turned-actor Terry Crews clocks in at 6 feet 3 inches tall and 240 pounds. That didn’t stop a “high-level Hollywood executive” from sexually aggression him in public, according to the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” ace….

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Target’s announcement shows workers are winning the minimum wage war.

Photo by Justin Sullivan/ Getty Images. Payday is about to get a bit sweeter for countless Target employees. On Sept. 25, the retail being announced plans to hike its minimum wage for all workers to $11 an hour embarking next…

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A study has been following ‘gifted’ kids for 45 years. Here’s what we’ve learned.

What can we learn from causing seventh graders take the SAT? In the 1960 s, psychologist Julian Stanley realized that if you took the best-testing seventh graders from around the country and uttered them standard college introduction quizs, those boys…

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Why this photographer wishes his viral underwater photo didn’t exist.

Photographer Justin Hofman was snorkeling along the beautiful coast of Indonesia when the tide broom a elevation of scrap his way. Photo by Justin Hofman used with permission. “It was certainly relatively gross, ” he says. He had been clicking…

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This man may have saved the world from nuclear war. His story is a heart-pumper.

It’s being reported that Stanislav Petrov passed away earlier this year. He was 77. And even if you don’t know who Petrov was, he might be the same reasons you’re alive today. Petrov in 2015. Photo from Pavel Golovkin/ AP….

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A cop picked up a donated helmet on 9/11. Months later, he found a note inside.

At 4:30 a.m. on Sept. 12, 2017, Roy Guill woke up to a Facebook message from a boy he’d never met. The man, Eric Delman, explained that he’d been going through some nonsense from 9/11 for the previous day’s commemoration….

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