October 2018


Powerful earthquake hits Japanese island of Hokkaido

Cameras on island showed cities going dark as quake disabled power systems, leaving 3 million households without electricity Rescuers were rushing to unearth survivors and restore power after a powerful Japan is used to dealing with disasters, but the last few months have brought a string of calamities. The quake came on the heels of […]

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‘Bitch tried to hit me’: Umpire separates Stephens and Pavlyuchenkova in stormy match

Sloane Stephens and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova were involved in a fiery meeting at the China Open on Sunday Sloane Stephens and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova were involved in a fiery meeting at the China Open on Sunday. The American took exception when her opponent called for the trainer as Stephens served for the second set. Stephens believed it […]

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What It’s Like To Date As A 30-Something Virgin

Forget According to a But some wait even longer than that. We recently talked to three people who have remained virgins well into their 30s — one by choice, the other two by happenstance. Below, they tell us more about how they’ve remained abstinent this long and what it’s like to date when you’ve never […]

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These Photos Of Dogs Jumping On Trampoline Will Lift Up Your Spirit

Flying Dogs is a fun book by Julia Christe that captures adorable dogs from an unique perspective: mid-air. Cool! 1 Pin It Via Flying Dogs 2 Pin It Via Flying Dogs 3 Pin It Via Flying Dogs 4 Pin It Via Flying Dogs 5 Pin It Via Flying Dogs 6 Pin It Via Flying Dogs […]

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Male Nudity and the Realities of War

Male Nudity and the Realities of War There are two areas of photography that are especially void in America. The subjects of sans-macho male nudity and the realities of war are considered taboo for most photographic artists. Before the invention of photography, painters recorder and interpreted life through art. Photography is just another medium for […]

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Young Designer Accuses Moschino Of Copying Her Entire Collection, And The Photos Speak For Themselves

When it comes to fashion, there is a very thin line between inspiration and plagiarism. So much so that huge fashion brands lines like Zara and Dior have been under fire for plagiarizing smaller designer’s work, but it doesn’t stop there. Recently, a famous fashion house Moschino was accused of stealing another artist’s work, and […]

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Italian government approves Salvini bill targeting migrants

Far-right leaders decree would suspend asylum process for the socially dangerous A series of hardline measures that will see the Italian government abolish key forms of protection for migrants and make it easier for them to be deported has been approved by Prime Minister Giuseppe Contes cabinet. Drafted by Matteo Salvini, the far-right interior minister […]

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Bill Daily, witty sidekick on ‘I Dream of Jeannie,’ dies at 91

(CNN)Actor Bill Daily, best known for his role as Roger Healey in the popular 1960s sitcom “I Dream of Jeannie,” has died at the age of 91, his son J. Patrick Daily said. “One of his favorite ethos in life was, ‘Happiness is a decision that you make’ and he made the decision to be […]

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Mom Notices Something Unusual in Babys BreathingWhen She Sees Her Chest, She Rushes Her to the Hospital

ShareTweet From SIDS to improper nutrition, detecting what is wrong with a newborn can be one of the most challenging feats for a mother. It seems as though just about anything can happen to them while they’re sleeping in particular, which is what gives mamas that sixth sense to keep an even closer watch when […]

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A Shockingly High Number Of Europeans Think Vaccines Are Unsafe

In August, a World Health Organization (WHO) report revealed that more cases of measles have been recorded in Europe in the first half of 2018 than any full year of the past decade. The troubling surge in infections is the continuation of an outbreak that began in 2017; an estimated 23,937 children and adults contracted […]

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