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A surprising number of young Americans say they paid for news last year

Young Americans are also getting a lot of news on social media platforms. A LOT of news.

The 17 best responses to The Washington Post’s comprehensive llama report

Some people enjoy the work of a Llama Emergency Response Team. Some people do not.

The Oscars are only as important as we allow them to be

How the Oscars reflect changes in the way we consume media these days.

Christie appoints emergency managers to try to turn around declining Atlantic City

The two men, one of whom oversaw Detroit's emergence from bankruptcy, are charged with overhauling the decaying gambling mecca.

Atlantic City’s casino revenue was cut in half in less than a decade

The desiccated industry saw revenues decline for the eighth consecutive year.

For the first time ever, a Tiffany’s ad features a gay couple

The future husbands are a real couple who live in New York City.

Ex-wife of oil tycoon Harold Hamm cashes previously rejected $975 million check

Does this mean their billion-dollar divorce case is ending?

Protesters slam Oprah over comments that they lack ‘leadership’

Winfrey, a producer of the film "Selma," suggests 1960s Civil Rights marches were more strategic, intentional.

Illinois woman wants to trademark ‘I can’t breathe,’ Eric Garner’s last words

The phrase has become a rallying cry in recent weeks. Catherine Crump filed her application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office over the weekend.

Aaron Sorkin is very, very disappointed in you (if you are a reporter)

Who has two thumbs, an Oscar and lots of opinions? Aaron Sorkin, that's who.

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