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Hunger Strike Protests Income Inequality

In a classic experiment, primatologists trained brown capuchin monkeys to give them pebbles in exchange for cucumbers. Almost overnight, a capuchin economy developed, with hungry monkeys harvesting small stones. But the marketplace was disrupted when the scientists got mischievous: instead of giving every monkey a cucumber in exchange for pebbles, they started giving some monkeys a tasty grape instead.

'When I Hear Mitt Romney Speak It Makes Me Sick To My Stomach'

The anger towards Bain and Romney is palpable. Romney has become the target for the emotions of a community who built lives based on the idea of a steady manufacturing job: a concept out of place in the sort of fluid buy-and-sell world from which Bain prospers. "I didn't have a clue what Bain was before this happened," said Cheryl Randecker, 52. "Now when I hear Romney speak it makes me sick to my stomach."

McCain Gets Into Angry Exchange With Reporters Over DADT

Looks like John McCain lost control of that famous temper of his once again. After the Senate voted to filibuster the Defense Authorization Act and the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell, McCain had this heated exchange with reporters in the Senate