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Florida Man Tattoos Black Widow Spider On His Face
Eric Ortiz, 24, chose to ink the arachnid because, "Everybody fears spiders." According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, he wanted "to see what people think."
When It Comes To Women's Writing, How Do Publications Stack Up?
For the fourth year in a row, VIDA has tallied the gender breakdown in prominent literary journals. Some outlets, like The Paris Review, have grown more equal; others, not so much.
Doctors Performing More Facial Hair Transplants
Beards and mustaches are becoming a popular trend, especially among hipsters. And if you can't grow one? Buy one. One doctor says he's performing three or so facial hair transplants each week.
At Least 15 Killed, Dozens Injured As Venezuelan Protests Swell
Students and members of the middle class have taken to the streets in Venezuela, protesting a worsening economy and food shortages. AP bureau chief Joshua Goodman reports on the unrest from Caracas.
Amid Controversy, 'Right To Refuse' Bill Hits Governor's Desk
Opposition in Arizona is growing against a controversial bill that would let business owners to refuse service based on religious beliefs. Gov. Jan Brewer hasn't yet decided whether to veto the bill.
Before Lawmakers, Former Inmates Tell Their Stories
Illinois Sen. Richard Durbin is calling on federal and state prisons to ban solitary confinement for juveniles, pregnant women and the mentally ill. He held a hearing in Washington on Tuesday.
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