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Nearly Half of Americans Believe in Creationism

A whopping 42 percent of Americans continue to believe God created human beings in their present form 10,000 years ago; a Russian oligarch is trying to eliminate the “satanic gay lobby” from Europe; meanwhile, a new Ukrainian website is trying to point out fake photos online. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Pierre Omidyar: ‘The New Face of an Old Imperial Tradition’

The eBay and First Look Media founder (shown) is a walking contradiction when it comes to his “progressive anti-state image” and his actions to further the “global neoliberal agenda”; Facebook may wield control over votes in elections; meanwhile, more than half of congressional members are millionaires and have no idea what it’s like to be poor. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Wall Street’s Buying the World’s Water Supply at an Alarming Pace

“Water barons” may soon own every drop of H2O left on earth; techies may be responsible for women getting pushed out of journalism; meanwhile, no one seems to want to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Saving the Best for Last: Suspense Builds for Glenn Greenwald’s Biggest NSA Revelation

Greenwald will soon publish the names of U.S. citizens who have been targeted by the NSA; Yoweri Museveni, the anti-gay Ugandan president, may become president of the U.N. General Assembly next year; meanwhile, an algorithm may reveal the secret behind retweets. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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In Online Journalism, ‘Fast Doesn’t Always Equal Right’

Once something’s out on the Web, it’s hard to retract, even if it’s factually incorrect; old age may not begin when we traditionally thought it did; meanwhile, Richard Martinez, the father of one of the Isla Vista shooting victims, hits the nail on the head when it comes to the politics behind many mass murders. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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The Economy’s Improving but Americans’ Pockets Haven’t Recovered

For a number of reasons, many workers have been left “at the edge of a financial cliff” despite recent boosts in the economy; a new study analyzes whether drivers treat minorities differently at crosswalks; meanwhile, the evolution of our brains may have come at the cost of our muscles. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Who Knew Herpes Could Be Good for Something?

Scientists have discovered a way to kill brain tumors in mice using the herpes virus; Israel’s future, as John Kerry predicted, may not be far from apartheid; meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health is mandating gender balance in animal studies. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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How Much Would You Sell Your ‘Data Soul’ For?

A Dutch student sold all his online data to the highest bidder to make an important point; your CDs (if you have any left) are slowly dying because they weren’t made to last; meanwhile, the Israeli government is trying to persuade Palestinian Christians to join its military forces. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Conchita Wurst, the Bearded Transvestite That’s Pissing Off Russia

The unlikely Eurovision Song Contest winner from Austria has caused anti-gay fury in Russia; Google is investing in key components for making solar energy; meanwhile, The Washington Post has inconspicuously hired 50 people these past few months. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Can Something in Soy Sauce Help Treat HIV?

There’s a molecule in the condiment likely hiding in your refrigerator that may stop HIV from spreading in the body; the French government is getting help from Chinese cops to protect tourists visiting from East Asia; meanwhile, donors can now give money to political campaigns using Bitcoin. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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