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Senior Social Producer, @vicenews. Former: @nydailynews @msnbc Whatever you do take care of your news. send me your words:

Badges of honor: what Japan's legal lapel pins really mean — I finally have a lapel badge. After almost two decades of working in Japan-related law jobs, this is a big deal. You have probably noticed a lot of Japanese men (and, increasingly, women) in suits with pin badges in their lapels. Some may even bear familiar logos: JR, Aeon, Mizuho and so on.

Beyond the Bell: — By Colin A. Jones, Beyond the Bell The promise of a high-quality education leading to opportunity and shared prosperity for all children is a deeply held value in Massachusetts. Despite a record of prominent successes, however, our Commonwealth has struggled to provide students from all backgrounds the supports necessary for long-term life success.

Lost Paris: The Cimetière des Innocents — There are lost parts of Paris that grab at your heartstrings. You yearn to rediscover them, to experience what it would have been like be there for a stolen evening. There are parts of lost Paris that should never have been allowed to die, whose absence, whether anyone still feels it or not, is a hole in the fabric of the city.

The Smile Revolution — The story of how we learned to smile. A unique and untold story about a facial expression at the heart of modern western civilization.

The Smile Revolution: In Eighteenth Century Paris: Colin Jones: 9780198715818: Books — You could be forgiven for thinking that the smile has no history; it has always been the same. However, just as different cultures in our own day have different rules about smiling, so did different societies in the past.

Think you've got rights as a foreigner in Japan? Well, it's complicated — If you imagine paying taxes in Japan entitles you to welfare, you may want to take a seat "Welfare ruling stuns foreigners." That was the headline to The Japan Times On Sunday's July 20 lead story about the Supreme Court's ruling a couple of days earlier that non-Japanese residents do not have a right to access the nation's welfare system.

Miami Heat visit the White House to celebrate NBA championship

World leaders, US politicians remember Nelson Mandela — World leaders and American politicians took to social media to honor Nelson Mandela, who died at the age of 95 on Thursday.

Q & A with national reporter Suzy Khimm on sequestration

#DontShutMeDown: Americans protest government shutdown — We asked how you are being affected by the first shutdown in 17 years. Send us your story by taking a video or sending a tweet with #DontShutMeDown.
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Feb 27, 2015

RT @vicenews: To learn more about the viruses that could kill cancer and to donate to fund cancer research, head here: #VICEonHBO

Feb 27, 2015

RT @vicenews: Tune in to @HBO now for Killing Cancer, #VICEonHBO's investigation into a radical new treatment:

Feb 27, 2015

RT @MiriamElder: From a Russian friend on FB: "Been in Kiev all day. I thought everyone would be talking about the war, but they're all on about the dress."

Feb 27, 2015

"They're trying to tame New Orleans like it's a circus animal."

Feb 26, 2015

The camps have been decided. This is how the revolution begins. #thedress

Feb 26, 2015

RT @VICE: We asked a vision expert if that dress is black & blue or white & gold. He was confused, too.…

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