ChartsMe: Is Your Brain Conservative or Liberal?

ChartsMeYou might call yourself a Republican or Democrat, but is that what your brain is saying? Find out with ChartsMe.

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After the Storm

After the StormYou never think tragedy will strike your life, until it does. After the Storm is a before and after tale of a tragedy that struck a town.

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Brigade: The First Network for Voters

BrigadeArguments can tend to occur when opposite political sides start discussing politics, and it feels good when we find others with similar view points and agree on something. Brigade helps bring like minded voters together.

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Dublin Rising: 1916 – 2016

Dublin RisingTake a look back through history at events and people that shaped a country and history with Dublin Rising 1916-2016.

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EyeIn: See What’s Happening Around The World

eyein5EyeIn lets you tune into everything that is happening around the world, as captured by the crowd.

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Countable: Government Made Easy

Countable empowers citizens with the knowledge and tools needed to directly influence policy and keep track of congressional representatives.Countable empowers citizens with the knowledge and tools needed to directly influence policy and keep track of congressional representatives.

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FiveThirtyEight: Current Events for the Data-Loving Reader

FiveThirtyEight - Editor-in-Chief, Nate Silver, and several other contributors use 'data journalism' to write articles on five categoriesFiveThirtyEight is a ESPN’s newest star delivering today’s most current events in an analytic manner, backed by facts and figures.

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Worldcrunch: The Best Global Journalism, Translated To English

Worldcrunch selects, translates, and edits content from top foreign-language outlets in order to provide global journalism that was previously shut-off from English language readers.Worldcrunch selects, translates, and edits content from top foreign-language outlets in order to provide global journalism that was previously shut-off from English language readers.

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Climate Name Changes: Start Naming Tropical Storms After Climate Change Deniers

Climate Name Change is an organization with a unique idea as to how to call attention to the policymakersthat consistently deny the effects of climate change on the country's tropical storms and hurricanes. Climate Name Change is an organization with a unique idea as to how to call attention to the policymakers in the U.S. government that consistently deny the effects of climate change on the country’s tropical storms and hurricanes.

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Beacon Reader: Netflix for Unbiased News

Beacon is a simple platform that lets writers connect with readers that value their work.Beacon is a simple platform that lets writers connect with readers that value their work. Fund your favorite journalists to help them bring their stories to the world.

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