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It's Time for England to Ask: Should Prince George Step Down?

gawker.com — Prince George, heir to the British throne, turned one human year old on Tuesday. An occasion for celebration, perhaps, and yet we find ourselves troubled: If one thing has become clear over the last year, it is that George Alexander Louis of Cambridge is far from ready to serve as the solemn figurehead of a commonwealth of nations whose combined population numbers in the hundred millions.
Jul 22, 2014

RT @Gawker: Prince George turned 1 today. But is he fit to lead? (HELL NO! HELL NO HE IS NOT!) gaw.kr/wW8fqg7 pic.twitter.com/U4Wj0u9rYP

Jul 22, 2014

RT @gabyhinsliff: Best Prince George birthday piece so far: 'stare into the furious black eyes & ask yself: IS HE FIT TO LEAD?' http://t.co…

Jul 22, 2014

RT @gabyhinsliff: Best Prince George birthday piece so far: 'stare into the furious black eyes & ask yself: IS HE FIT TO LEAD?' http://t.co…

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Three Out of Four Newark Police Stops Are Unconstitutional

gawker.com — After a three-year investigation, the U.S. Justice Department said today that the Newark Police Department is a corrupt, racist hive of unconstitutional behavior. A few notable specifics from the DOJ's extensive review of the practices of the department which patrols a city that is plagued by crime (including crime by police officers), via the Star-Ledger: Police failed to provide a sufficient constitutional reason for some 75 percent of pedestrian stops...
Jul 22, 2014

RT @Gawker: The Justice Dept. says 3 of every 4 pedestrian stops by the Newark police are unconstitutional. gaw.kr/BYH43KP

Comcast Exec on Torturous Customer Call: "We Fell Short"

gawker.com — Listening to the customer call heard around the world, it's hard not to sympathize with both parties.

Nobody Cares About Your Tweets

thevane.gawker.com — The vast majority of Tweets are useless. Twitter feeds are an endless stream of #random and #unnecessary hashtags, shady shortened links, and poorly-made pictures hawking one's favorite political candidate (who probably sucks). And yet, we keep Tweeting. Why? We keep Tweeting because we enjoy being a part of an echo chamber.

Don't Make That Rap Video: Political Reporter Edition

gawker.com — There is absolutely no reason for this to exist.