The Devolution of Kanye West and the Case for Cancel Culture

Kanye West wants to be “a channel of light and love to the world.” According to a recent statement he posted to Twitter, the rapper-provocateur believes “Love based intention and action creates more love, joy, happiness, and abundance in your life.” It’s a bizarrely confounding admission from the Grammy-winning artist—not …

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Physicists Condemn Sexism Through ‘Particles for Justice’

This week, of all weeks, should have been triumphant for women in physics. For her work on lasers, Canadian physicist Donna Strickland became the first female Nobel Laureate for the field after 55 years. She finally joined a short list consisting of just two other women, Marie Curie and Maria …

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Nintendo Switch Update Rumors, and the Rest of the Week in Games

This week is all rumors and magic, as we unpack some unsurprising (if unfounded) news about Nintendo and some legitimately thrilling news from Warner Bros. For fans of legacy franchises, this week’s Replay will be exciting and maybe a little bit confusing. Let’s go! The Nintendo Switch Might Be Getting …

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Bird scooters roll into Mexico City and Brazil

Bird’s dockless, electric scooters are now available in Latin America. The startup announced Friday that its rolling into Mexico City, and will soon be launching in Brazil. To start out, Bird will drop 100 scooters in Mexico City’s La Condesa, Nápoles, Polanco, and Reforma neighborhoods. But the scooters won’t be …

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