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Photographer Jacob Aue Sobol’s pictures captured on the Kolyma Highway in Russia.
A NUMBER OF MY CONSERVATIVE READERS HAVE WRITTEN TO ASK WHY AFTER SO MANY YEARS OF BEING NON POLITICAL I SUDDENLY AM POSTING SOME ANTI-TRUMP MATERIAL.
I CONSIDER TRUMP TO BE TRULY DANGEROUS A PERSON, DANGEROUS TO OUR NATION AND TO THE WORLD. WERE PENCE THE PRESIDENT, OR ANY OTHER OTHER PERSON, I WOULD REFRAIN FROM A POLITICAL STANCE. BUT AS ELIE WEIESEL HAS NOTED..WHEN THERE IS CLEAR AND APPARANT EVIL IN OUR WORLD, ONE CAN NOT STAY SILENT. YOU ARE EITHER FOR OR AGAINST THAT PERSON OR CAUSE. TO STAY SILENT IS TO GIVE TACIT APPROVAL.
I HOPE THEN THAT IF YOU ARE A REGISTERED REPUBLICAN, OR A CONSERVATIVE, YOU WILL STAY WITH MY SITE AND UNDERSTAND MY POSITION. IF NOT, I AM SORRY TO LOSE YOU.
Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner failed to disclose the couple’s multimillion-dollar art collection in public financial disclosures presented to the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, artnet reports.
Joan Miró (1893-1983) “ Woman and Birds in the Night.”
How a small but strategic increase in protected lands could triple the amount of bird and mammal diversity preserved worldwide.
WASHINGTON – OCTOBER 20: Volunteers help roll up a giant banner printed with the Preamble to the United States Constitution during a demonstration against the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall October 20, 2010 in Washington, DC.
45,000 years ago in Ethiopia, humans built a paint workshop and used it for millennia.
‘If the rich continue to take the lion’s share of economic gains, unrest will spread far beyond the unfriendly skies.’ Illustration: Rosie Roberts
Air rage: why does flying make us so angry? Science says it’s about class
Diseases with these traits occur throughout the body
It’s more adorable than filling.
Built in the Middle Ages, Cuenca’s skyscrapers sit precariously on the edge of a cliff, offering residents spectacular views of the Spanish countryside.
A Dark Ages man aged around 30 years old was found in a medieval graveyard for unusually old people in the Russian Far East. “We were struck by his unusual position,” said the scientist about the skeleton which dates from the 7th to the 9th centuries.
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Kari Alitalo had studied lymphatic vessels for more than two decades. So he knew that this network, which carries immune cells throughout the body and removes waste and toxins, didn’t extend …
Surprises turn up in scans of the newly literate—a possible boon for dyslexics
A collection of picks on arsonists, fire fighters and more.
Discovered in 2011, the dinosaur mummy is now on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, Canada.
These amazing images are believed to have been captured by New York photographer Matthew Brady in the 1840s and feature elderly people who had all been born in the 1700s.
In many parts of the world, people still believe in magic. Whether itâ€™s wishful thinking or a product of being raised in an isolated society, there are many who go to witch doctors and self-proclaimed shamans. Even in modern society, some people study ancient occult teachings in order to achieve the results theyâ€™re looking for—whether itâ€™s eternal life, wealth, political power, or a curse upon their enemies. 10 Not-So-Bulletproof Spell Witch doctors still practice in many African countries, and they actually make a very good living. In 2001, a group of roughly 15 men in a village called Lambu in
Saudi Arabia is lobbying Trump to help it overturn the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, a 2016 law allowing 9/11 families to sue.
Instead of cowering, Wall Street executives and lobbyists are crowing, getting more confident about ditching rules that have annoyed them for years. That’s
Rushing to boost graduation rates, more school districts are relying on “online credit recovery”—a form of instruction that may be selling students short.
My grandad had no idea who James Bond or Roger Moore were, so we walked over and he popped me in front of Roger Moore, with the words “my grandson says you’re famous. Can you sign this?”
U.S. News and World Report recently published its annual “Best Countries” ranking, based on how thousands of people around the world perceive other nations. Switzerland topped the 80-country ranking, followed by Canada and the United Kingdom.
One big surprise was that the United States fell three spots, from fourth to seventh. The U.S. received poor marks for business friendliness, respect for human rights and democracy, and educational quality. These results align with another ranking from Forbes showing the U.S. in decline.
The Department of Interior edited a news release on a study coauthored by government scientists to remove a mention of climate change, the Washington Post reported.
Research linking the metabolic gene TOMM40 with Alzheimer’s risk has produced mixed results for years. Now, a new study says family history is the reason.
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The disease resists any easy attempt at metaphors, but that doesn’t mean patients and their caretakers don’t try.
My grandfather, Abbas Jebelli, was not one for self-gratification.
The posting of Martin Luther’s ninety-five theses in 1517 set off the spark that ignited the Protestant Reformation, and the Reformation in turn marked a fundamental stage in the forging of a collective German identity. A series of Luther celebrations to mark the event’s five hundredth anniversary provide a fresh, insightful view into Luther’s life and times and the vast, unpredictable forces his rebellion unleashed.