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The state of Georgia executed its first woman in 70 years last night. (Refinery29)
Nicki Minaj is developing an autobiographical comedy with ABC Family. Pretty Little Liars, what’s good? (Refinery29)
Edward Snowden joined Twitter. He follows one acount: The NSA. (Gizmodo)
The Senate passed along a spending bill that does not strip money from reproductive health care. Congress has until midnight Wednesday to pass a new bill. (CNN)
Nine badass women won MacArthur Genius Grants — including a poet, tap dancer, set designer, historian, and neuroscientist. (New York Times)
A New York City Health Department worker was fined for talking to customers like a robot. He faces a 30-day unpaid suspension; it's the second time this has happened. (DNAinfo)
Azealia Banks likened the LGBT community to the KKK. Nope. (The Huffington Post)
Apparently, two thieves stole 262 toothbrushes, worth about $1200, from a CVS on Staten Island. (New York Magazine)

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