January 2018


He Faced Years In Jail After Vandalizing A Mosque. Then He Received Unexpected News.

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“Get Over It”: Mom of Boy in Racist H&M Monkey Ad Speaks Out

ShareTweet An H&M ad deemed ‘racist’ made headlines Monday after the retailer featured a young black boy wearing a sweatshirt that read “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” on their U.K. e-commerce site. Outrage from the general public and numerous celebrity figures led to the company pulling the ad and releasing what many considered to be a lackluster apology […]

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Global Warming Is Increasing The Radioactivity Of The Arctic Ocean

Concentrations of radioactive radium-228 in the Arctic Ocean increased between 2007 and 2015. The radiation involved is far too low to be threatening in itself, but could act as a marker of deeply worrying trends. The good news is future measurements of radium could help quantify some of the most worrying aspects of climate change. […]

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Trump’s mention of ‘fake news’ draws boos at Davos

“It wasn’t until I became a politician that I realized how nasty, how mean, how vicious, and how fake the press can be―as the cameras start going off in the back,” Trump said during his remarks. As he spoke about the cameras going off—a reference Trump has made about networks cutting him off mid-speech, something […]

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NY Gov. Cuomo wants Dreamers to attend college for free

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6 Millennial Fads That Are Way Older Than You Think

There are a few things almost everyone agrees on: Water is wet, babies are cute, and Millennials are the worst generation humanity has ever created. There isn’t a thing they like, from selfies to avocado toast, that hasn’t become a sign that their inventions and fads are ruining the very fabric of society. But guess […]

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This New Internet Trend Is Dumber Than Any We Saw In 2017 And It’s Deadly

Do you remember the first time your parents said to you, “if your friends all jumped off of a bridge would you do it too?” These teenagers are the ones jumping off the bridge. In the latest installment of ridiculously idiotic internet trends, allow us to introduce the #TidePodChallenge. Cue eye roll. This time around […]

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30+ Times Grandparents Made Life More Interesting

From creating a DIY butter dish to providing the birds with materials for their nests, these unforgettable moments prove that the grey-haired folks are capable of much more than sitting around all day, looking for their glasses. Scroll down to catch a glimpse of how interesting your life would look like if you visited your […]

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20+ Rare Photos Reveal The Unseen Side Of Things, And It Will Change The Way You See The World

From the view of a theatre hall behind from behind the stage to the inside of a guitar, these photos shed new light on our surroundings, reminding that even simple things are extraordinary. Scroll down to have your mind blown and upvote the images you like best!

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Mind-Killer: The Psychology of Fear

´╗┐Mind-Killer: The Psychology of Fear Less than optimistic philosophers have often noted that the two greatest motivators in history are fear and greed. Now, while the definition of greed can sometimes border on being a philosophical concept affected by culture and environment, fear is much more tangible and universally defined. Yet, despite the nature of […]

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