The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Marco Rubio apologizes to Trump, Trump talks about his “haters,” and Bernie Sanders has a great week.
In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh weighs in on the public bathroom debate in the U.S.
The latest Blurst of Reddit: why your vacuum isn’t working, taking out speeders, stepping off a moving subway car, and what not to do with your newest Dyson hair dryer.
As Memorial Day weekend begins, Mike Magnuson shares some memories from past Memorial Days with his dad. Ugh, those Shriners.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin proposes forgetting the “F” and just getting rid of elementary and middle schools altogether.
Paris Portingale chats with God again. Paris wants to know if comedians go to heaven. And then he asks about crocodiles again.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reflects on experiences with his older brother Justin who dies way too young at age 22 due to a methadone overdose.
Verónica Pamoukaghlián shares 10 unbelievable OkCupid messages from men that make you wonder what any of these guys were thinking.
Ben Werner shares what it feels like to watch your favorite sports team lose while sitting at a Starbucks drinking an Americano in South Korea, 13 time zones away.