Vox editor Emmett Rensin was suspended for a series of tweets in which he seemed to be encouraging anti-Trump riots. He later clarified that he did not support violence of any kind. Here is Vox's statement.
- "Walking with coffee: why does it spill?" That's the name of a federal study you paid for.
- Dick Morris joins The National Enquirer (no, he wasn't already working there).
- Sex researcher Alice Dreger is in trouble again for not holding the most inoffensive, politically correct views about trans issues.
- Latest nontroversy: X-Men: Apocalypse poster showing the titular villain choking Mystique is promoting violence against women.
- A transgender high school athlete is winning some Track and Field races. So that's a tough one.
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