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Should hoodies be banned in stores?
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Is It Racist To Prohibit The Wearing Of Hoodies In a Store? [POLL]

There is a minor controversy in North Carolina after a couple of stores instituted new rules; one store posted a sign saying, “No Hoodies No Helmets No Backpacks”.

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Does Diversity Make You Anxious? [AUDIO]

It's no secret that diversity is on the rise in the United States, and a new Esquire-NBC News survey finds that a majority of Americans are very anxious about it.

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Sexiest Jeremy Lin Pun Yet?

After all the racist Jeremy Lin messages, here's one that wasn't.  If I were Jeremy Lin I'd have walked right off the court into the stands and gotten her number.  So many fans have been caught up in the Lin hysteria (Linsteria? That's a stretch

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Starbucks Poster Considered Racist
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Starbucks Removes Poster Considered Racist

Today, we discussed this story about Starbucks stores in France that withdrew anti-pickpocketing posters from their stores that were considered racist by some customers. A customer at a Paris Starbucks took offense to the posters, while Starbucks said people who found them racist were mistaken.  Starbucks said the man on the poster was meant to represe

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