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Black Students Bear Uneven Brunt of Discipline, Data Show

Disparity in school arrest rates rose Black students continue to be disciplined at school at disproportionate rates when compared to their peers, even as U.S. schools issue fewer suspensions, new federal civil rights data show. Those findings come after years of emphasis at the local, state, and federal levels on ...

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Hummus milkshakes are coming, ready or not

Meet the “world’s first hummus shake.” Or, as most people would prefer to call it, “something that sounds so gross it’s the last thing I’d ever want to sip.” After all, hummus is a Middle Eastern spread made from ground chickpeas and sesame seeds, olive oil, lemon, ...

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Pagans and druids celebrate the Beltane summer festival in Glastonbury

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SEE IT: Donald Trump’s clone is a female potato farmer

Meet #SenoraTrump. A Spanish potato farmer named Dolores Leis Antelo has become a social media sensation thanks to her remarkable resemblance to Donald Trump. The likeness between the President and Antelo, who’s married and lives in Cabana de Bergantiños in northwestern Spain, became known thanks ...

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A pop-up pizza museum is opening in New York this fall

The Museum of Pizza — an interactive experience dedicated to everyone’s favorite cheesy, saucy carb — is opening its doors in New York City this October. The yet-to-be-revealed location is touting itself as “a space to bask in multi-sensory, psychedelic pizza joy” where each guest will be ...

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