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Social Media Buzz: From A Pizzeria's Political Stance To John Oliver's Talk With Snowden03:49
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An Indiana pizzeria received more than $840,000 in donations after voicing support for that state's "religious freedom" law, saying it would refuse to cater a gay wedding. Comedian John Oliver traveled to Moscow to interview Edward Snowden. And actress Mindy Kaling's brother, Vijay Chokalingam, said that he got into medical school by pretending to be black.

Here & Now's Robin Young talks to Annie Colbert, viral content editor at Mashable, about how these stories have been reverberating on social media.

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