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It’s so popular to blame Barack Obama’s presidency for everything from the poor economy to the reason Two and a Half Men re-runs still air that it’s become a meme. But on Sunday, Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins attributed New York’s recent anti-cop sentiment on the president without a hint of irony or humor. […]

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After President Obama issued a call for the FCC to ensure a neutral internet, Republican Senator Ted Cruz made a statement proclaiming net neutrality to be “Obamacare for the internet.” Now GOP members of the House and Senate have decided to use their new-found majority to put pressure on the FCC to not make any attempts […]

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He may have slipped in polls recently, but President Obama is still popular within the internet community, having just joined the fight for net neutrality. In a video and two-page statement released by the White House, Obama urged the FCC to support an open internet that treats all data and providers on the internet equally. […]

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After an NYC resident, Dr. Craig Spencer, was diagnosed with the Ebola virus last Thursday, state and city leaders have stepped up their insistence on mandatory quarantines to the chagrin of federal authorities. Governor Cuomo of New York and Governor Christie of New Jersey have both instituted a mandatory 21-day quarantine for health care workers […]

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Gone are the days of Lincoln and Washington’s plaster casts. President Obama’s portrait 3D-printed. Recently produced by the Smithsonian Institution and a team of experts form the University of Southern California, the bust only required five minutes of the president sitting to get his face scanned by handheld 3-D cameras. Then, after an additional 40-hour-long process of digitally programmed plastic-melting, ta-da: […]

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News Vines is ANIMAL’s reoccurring series in which we retell current events in six-seconds or less. Are you wondering what the world leaders are doing at the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg? […]

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The Washington Post took a huge detailed picture at President Obama’s inauguration yesterday, and they need your help to tag everyone in it. It’s the ultimate Facebook group party photo. The Post went ahead and started the process off by tagging the obvious important people (Obama, Biden, Beyoncé, etc.), but with only around 700 tagged […]

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Today, as DC hosts Obama’s Inauguration (yey, it’s not the other guy, yey!), we bring you this very Presidential time-lapse, made for the occasion. Behold, Chicago-based artist Jeremy Tubbs‘ erratic flip-book of 2,500+ photographs of the president, dated  January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2012, collected “from the internet” and arranged chronologically so you can watch him… get […]

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As 2012 nears it’s end, let us now reflect on the year’s major events by the numbers. Big, big numbers. Thanks to Yiying Lu, the creator of everyone’s favorite Twitter Fail Whale, here is your passing year as one epic gif-infographic. A GINFOGRAPHIC!.. Meh? We tried. Created on behalf of Visually, a community dedicated to data […]

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Now that President Obama has been named TIME Magazine’s Man of The Year, get ready for more and more Obama art! Sigh. Let’s start with Michael Murphy, a Georgia-based artist specializing in multilayered sculptures, who was commissioned by TIME to create a massive 8′ X 6′ X 7′ cardboard sculpture of President Barack Obama. “The […]

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