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Amir Khafagy

Amir Khafagy

Amir Khafagy is an award-winning New York City-based independent journalist. Much of Amir's beat explores the intersections of …

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Paula Dupraz-Dobias

Paula Dupraz-Dobias

Paula Dupraz-Dobias is an award-winning investigative journalist and news and documentary producer with over 30 years of experience …

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Skills: Reporter, Feature Writer, Editor
Specialisms: Travel, Technology, Sports, Social Media, Science, Politics, News, Lifestyle, Journalism, Health, Food, Film, Features, Environment, Culture, Business, Art
Alex Kopel

Alex Kopel

I'm a freelance journalist and copywriter from San Francisco, specializing in features on infectious diseases, technology, and culture. …

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April Adams

April Adams

April Adams wrote about sex work and sex work related issues

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Latest Articles

Fringe Conspiracy Theorists Think Trump Is an Immortal Alien, Got COVID as Cover to Shapeshift

QAnon is not the only movement getting worked up over Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis. Conspiracy theorists on the extreme fringe also suspect that Trump—who they believe might be an immortal alien—might have contracted coronavirus in an attempt to shed his mortal flesh and shapeshift into something else.
By MJ Banias
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The UFC's 'Fight Island' Was a Strange Portrait of Covid-Era Entertainment

To understand why the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) decided to spend untold fortunes on an audience-free fight at an Arabian island during a pandemic, you need to understand the company’s president, Dana White. He’s a 51-year-old, Irish Catholic, former amateur boxer from Boston who’s become famous for turning mixed martial arts into a multi-billion dollar business. And for doing whatever he wants.
By Peter Bateman
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Brands Declare Black Lives Matter, but Activists See a 'Double Standard' in Asia

Even as well known brands like Nike, Arsenal Football Club, and New Belgium Brewery have declared their support for racial justice in America and Europe, history shows they have profited from—or at the very least, turned a blind eye to—racially motivated oppression abroad, a pattern activists are describing as a hypocritical double standard.
By Andrew Nachemson
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Senate Intelligence Committee Confirms the US Navy Has a UFO Task Force

The Senate Intelligence Committee wants the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense to create a comprehensive, unclassified report concerning unidentified aerial phenomena upon the passing of a Senate appropriations bill initiated by Senator Marco Rubio, Motherboard has learned.
By MJ Banias
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100 Ways White People Can Make Life Less Frustrating For People of Color

13. Avoid phrases like “But I have a Black friend! I can’t be racist!” You know that’s BS as well as we do. 14. When you endlessly complain about how terrible white people are, you are being that terrible white person. Jeez. 15. Don’t say shit like, “I know what it's like to be a person of color...I’m a ginger!”
By Kesiena Boom
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UFO Over Magé, Brazil Sparks Social Media Panic and Conspiracies

Brazilians in the municipality of Magé, just north of Rio de Janeiro, reported seeing mysterious illuminated objects in the sky Wednesday. Several videos of the objects exploded on Reddit and Twitter, sparking incredible speculation about a crashed UFO that has been picked up widely in the Brazilian press.
By MJ Banias
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UFO Conspiracy Theorists Offer 'Ascension' From Our Hell World for $333

Standing in his warmly-lit living room, the popular UFO conspiracy theorist David Wilcock was telling his YouTube Live audience that the "Illuminati Deep State" was responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic and that he knew the secrets of how to save humanity from the crisis. More than 20,000 people were watching; hundreds of dollars in donations began rolling in via YouTube Superchat. The video now has more than a million views.
By MJ Banias
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Guys Are Acting Out Abusive Behaviour on TikTok – and Girls Are Tuning In

While all of God's creations can be found on TikTok, one species is better recognised than most: the e-boy. Characterised by floppy hair, necklaces, and 90s T-shirts layered over long sleeves, they usually lip-sync and wink their way through songs. Among them, a new trend is emerging. Searching "crazy boyfriend" or "psycho ex" on TikTok reveals a plethora of posts where e-boys scowl, shout or grin menacingly at the camera in what are known on the app as POV (point-of-view) videos.
By Darcy Jimenez
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Scotland Has Found the Perfect Solution to Homelessness

Eight weeks ago, Chris* was waking to the bitter winter chill of Scotland’s east coast. With nowhere to call home and “absolutely nothing” to his name, he had run out of options, and was living on the streets. “I felt really hopeless, it was so depressing,” recalls the 30-year-old Edinburgh man. But today, he’s feeling a little brighter. “I have a nice room with its own bathroom. It’s restful and I respect everyone here,” Chris says of his current accommodation – Edinburgh’s Old Waverley Hotel,
By Alasdair Lane
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We Asked Delivery Drivers Which Is the Worst Company to Work for

Delivery drivers and riders are generally employed as independent contractors, aka “delivery partners”, which means they receive no sick pay, superannuation, holiday pay, or other benefits. They also get paid according to a delivery algorithm, rather than an hourly rate—which in some cases allows them to earn more money than casual workers—but mostly just leaves them with less than minimum wage.
By Nat Kassel
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