CNN's Coverage Of A National Tragedy Is So Awful Even These Comedians Can't Keep A Straight Face

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When a CNN correspondent mistakenly identified the suspect in the Boston bombing as a “dark-skinned male,” he started a witchhunt for a missing (and innocent!) Indian college student named Sunil Tripathi. Sunil’s body was found in the Providence River on April 23, 2013. Comedian Hasan Minhaj’s analysis of CNN’s gross mishandling of every aspect of […]

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The Most Badass Tumbleweed I've Ever Seen

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Massoud Hassani was smuggled out of Afghanistan when he was 14-years-old. Watch his story about returning to Kabul and putting his product design skills to work to build a tool for cheaply surveying and raising awareness about the hundreds of thousands of land mines still hidden in Afghanistan. Read more: http://upworthy.com/the-most-badass-tumbleweed-ive-ever-seen

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A Famous Charity Rejected This Ad Because It Thought It Was Too Shocking For Americans To See

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