SHAKEN NOT PURRED
A man takes matters into his own hands to rescue a cat stuck up a tree.
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MY BEAUTIFUL DARK TWISTED CANDIDACY
Kanye West Announces 2020 Presidential Run
“We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States,” West tweeted, along with the hashtag #2020VISION.
FROM FARM TO PLATE
Who Died For Your Dinner?
A BuzzFeed News investigation reveals the extent to which the virus — and the nation’s inadequate response to it — has infected, sickened, and even killed workers up and down the nation’s food supply chains as they work to keep our refrigerators full.
I GOT YOU, ABE
Whose Lincoln Memorial Is It?
Last Fourth of July, Trump turned it into a stage set. Already this summer it’s become a tug-of-war between left and right. Sacrilege? Actually, the monument was built for this.
SAY SHREDDED CHEESE
The Week’s Best Memes, Ranked
This week, we’ve got shredded cheese wife, “I know a place,” Pop Smoke’s album and “form of privilege we don’t talk about enough.”
AMAZON VS. EVERYBODY ELSE
Amazon’s Gigantic Market Value Compared With Other Retailers, Visualized
While the coronavirus pandemic has had a catastrophic effect on brick-and-mortar retail businesses, Amazon sales have soared, and Jeff Bezos is richer than ever, with an estimated net worth of $172 billion. But how big is the company now compared with the rest of its retail competition?
WALK THE WALK, TALK THE TALK
The Long Walk
When a group of Black mothers in Ohio were told to wait for school integration, they started marching every day in protest. They kept going for nearly 18 months.
THE PRINCE ASCENDS
How Will Smith Became The King Of Fourth Of July
In the mid-1990s, the sitcom star and hip-hop lightweight was simply the Fresh Prince. But with “Independence Day,” he remade himself as one of the all-time best summer action heroes.
WE DON’T WANT NO SCRUBS
There’s A War Going On Over Kamala Harris’s Wikipedia Page
Presidential vetting operations have entire teams of investigators, but for the public, when the pick is announced, the most common source for information about the person chosen is Wikipedia. And there, a war has broken out over how to talk about Harris’s career.
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