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A safe space for teen girls to meet 'non-terrible adults' online

The 18-year-old actress and fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson started an online magazine three years ago as a safe place for teen girls curious about the wider world. It features frank talk and a chance to ask advice from celebrities. Comedian Stephen Colbert to singer Karen O are among those whose stepped up to the videocam for the site.

Global Scan

Why does Rupert Murdoch want the Irish to boycott Guinness? It's about gay rights

When Guinness backed out of sponsoring New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade, Rupert Murdoch's feathers got ruffled. Now he wants all Irish to boycott Guinness. In Venezuela, there's a new grocery story loyalty card that some describe as "creepy." And in the UK, you can see the latest in running shorts — complete with a computer, all in today's Global Scan.

Global Politics

Serbian group takes cues from The Onion

Watch out Onion, a Group of Serbs known as the NJUZ group have their eye on you. Taking cues from the work of The Onion, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, the group launched a satirical news site in Serbia, and now they're moving their work into English.

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Global Politics

Egypt's "Daily Show"

The Egyptian revolution has ushered in a new type of media freedom to the country. Ursula Lindsey reports on a new program in Egypt that is modeled on Jon Stewart's "Daily Show."