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Raised by YouTube - The Atlantic

How social media became a weapon of war - Vox

The Most Dangerous Jobs In the World - Top Trending

The STORY behind TINDER - VisualPolitik

Why US public transportation is so bad - and why Americans don't care - Vox

The RICHEST Person In History - Top Trending

That sign telling you how fast you're driving may be spying on you - Quartz

Who Needs Feminism? - PragerU

How Tall Are People From Different Countries? - Bright Side

Why Millennials Are Broke - CNBC Make It

70 Women Ages 5-75 Answer: Who's the Most Attractive Man? - Glamour

10 Most Expensive Foods In The World - Top Trending

The Catholic Church Doesn't Deserve Your Forgiveness - GQ

Fine Arts Majors Have A Higher Unemployment Rate Than High School Dropouts - Zero Hedge

Why Is College in America So Expensive? - The Atlantic

Anarchy: What It Is and Why Pop Culture Loves It - Teen Vogue

How Singapore Fixed Its Housing Problem - Bloomberg

Is Facebook a destabilising force? - BBC

The Average Faces of Vogue Cover Models Around the World - petapixel

Real Bomb Squad Defuses A Bomb in VR - BuzzFeedBlue

70 Women Ages 5-75 Answer: What's Your #1 Recommendation? - Glamour

The Modern Automobile Must Die - New Republic

How Heroin Came for Middle-Class Moms - Marie Claire

Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C - The Guardian

How evil happens - aeon

A Global Guide to State-Sponsored Trolling - Bloomberg

The Modern Automobile Must Die - New Republic

The Militarization of Police Does Not Reduce Crime - Pacific Standard

Top 15 RICHEST People In History - Top Trending

10 Countries That Have Extremely Different Concepts of Male Beauty - Bright Side

The Case for Rooms - CityLab

The real reason people rent middle-aged men in Japan - CNN

100 Years of Hats - Glamour

Jeff Bezos's $150 Billion Fortune Is a Policy Failure - The Atlantic

What if the Holy Roman Empire Reunited Today? - RealLifeLore

The 11 year old girl who beat the skin colour bullies - BBC News

How The Pill Gave Women Power - Bloomberg

Mapping global population and the future of the world - The Economist

Suspicious Minds - The New York Times

Parking Has Eaten American Cities - Citylab