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April 18, 2013

Is There Really An Orphan Crisis?

American Christian families are adopting children from other countries with the hopes of giving them a better life — but is it actually better? An interview with Kathryn Joyce, author of The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking and the New Gospel of Adoption.

The Media Doesn't Own The Story Anymore

With a 17-year-old implicated for the Boston bombings and then exonerated by the internet in mere hours, it's time for the press to start guiding readers through the sea of information — and stop pretending there's only one narrative.

Get Ready For Google+ Comments

Google's building Google+ comments into Blogger, which not-so-gently suggests a fuller Google+ comment system in the future. The trick: people who might otherwise never use Google+ might not think twice about logging into their Google accounts to post a comment somewhere else.

Meet The Craziest Sorority Girl In The World

While it's probably safe to say most members of fraternities and sororities are relatively insane, this girl from the Delta Gamma sorority at the University of Maryland might just be the craziest. As reported earlier on Gawker.

This Is Not The Boston Marathon Bomber

The man in the white baseball hat, whose photo the New York Post published while suggesting he was a target of the Boston bombing investigation, has been cleared.

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