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June 28, 2013

Paula Deen's Publisher Drops Her Latest Book

Ballantine Books has announced that it has cancelled publication of Paula Deen's New Testament, originally slated for an October release, even though it's currently the No. 1 most popular book on Amazon.

17 Cartoon Characters Drawn As Adults

It's probably been a while since you've checked in on your friends Tommy, Chuckie, Doug, Arnold, Helga, Arthur, Pepper Ann, Edd, and Ms. Frizzle. Don't worry though, they're all doing OK. In fact, they're all looking great these days.

Who Killed Scrooge McDuck?

His life was like a hurricane... but how did Scrooge McDuck die? Here are 10 theories surrounding the death of the world's richest cartoon duck.

Under Pressure, Scribd Yanks Ecuadorian Spy Documents

File-sharing service pulls documents relating to Ecuador's domestic spying program "because Scribd received a legally valid claim of copyright infringement pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA)."

How To Make Cronuts

Waiting in line is for suckers. It's time to make cronuts at home.

The Importance Of Stonewall 44 Years Later

In 1969, New York City was shaken by a series of violent clashes between the LGBT community and police. This week, as the Supreme Court passed its historical decisions on marriage equality, people gathered at the Stonewall Inn to hear the news.

Hanging Up

Shares of smartphone maker Blackberry lost roughly a third of their value Friday after first quarter earnings missed expectations. The company's market value has shed about $3 billion since Thorsten Heins took over as CEO in January 2012.

9 Longform Stories We're Reading This Week

Have you heard about how Yelp is the mafia? New evidence suggests you may have heard wrong. Witness a conspiracy debunked, and enjoy other longform stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.

Is Yelp A Bully Or Just Misunderstood?

The online reviewing behemoth is regularly accused of Mafia-style extortion by disgruntled business owners and the media. But even as Ivy League researchers debunk the conspiracy theories, the company’s shadowy reputation remains intact. Why is it so hard to believe that Yelp might actually be fair?

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