The climate catastrophe is here, whether governments face it or not

Reports from U.S. federal agencies underscore the gravity of the planetary crisis, even as governments struggle to muster a strong collective response ahead of a major international climate summit.

Hate crimes against Asians rose 76% in 2020 amid pandemic, FBI says

The FBI republished hate crime data on Monday after an error in Ohio.

What Progressives Need to Learn About America From the Immigrants They Welcome

The people here in the U.S. who are traditionally most welcoming to immigrants—political progressives—don't seem to share their positive view of the country.

Tokyo concerned over China-Russia naval drills near Japan

Japan has expressed concern after China and Russia held a joint naval exercise in which 10 of their warships passed through international waterways between its northern and southern islands

The U.S. Mission in Syria is a Failure. Don't Turn it Into a Catastrophe

Assad has won the war. That's not new information. U.S. decision makers must deal with reality as it is, not as they wish it to be.

What Business Leaders Can Learn From Elon Musk’s Marketing Strategies

I believe that through clever marketing and customer service, Musk and Tesla are engineering a world in which most adults will know what a Tesla is. But more than that, the strategy they use is...

Online-To-Offline Commerce: Turning Online Visits To Offline Sales

An O2O strategy allows retailers to treat online and offline shopping channels as complementary to each other instead of competitors.

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A Photographer Shows How the Past and Present Are Merged in Harmony in Japan

In many countries, modernism has taken over in big cities, but this is not the case with Japan where tradition is still highly respected. And that’s because not everyone is willing to sell their...

2 Reasons LendingClub Could Deliver Strong Earnings Results

Excitement has been growing over LendingClub's new model and the company's potential earnings power.

Coca-Cola Earnings: What to Watch

The beverage giant is set to report Q3 earnings results on Oct. 27.

Minimum wage set to rise to £9.50 an hour

The rise of 6.6%, expected to be announced in the Budget, is more than twice the current inflation rate.

Amplitude started at overweight with $78 stock price target at KeyBanc Capital

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this...

Business First Bancshares double upgraded to strong buy from market perform at Raymond James

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this...

Internal Facebook docs show time spent by US teenagers was down 16% YoY, young US adults were...

Chilling Photos and Tales Reveal the Extent of Indonesia's Dog Meat Trade

The landmark prosecution of a dog meat trader in Indonesia last week is good news for animal rights groups and pets owners in the country.

Why many Black employees don't want to return to the office

For people of color, working from home can offer a refuge from racial slights and a welcome relief from "code-switching."

Sudanese army detains prime minister Abdalla Hamdok

Apparent coup follows tensions within military and civilian wings of transitional government

PayPal confirms it isn't trying to acquire Pinterest right now

PayPal has stated that it's "not pursuing an acquisition of Pinterest at this time," effectively denying rumors of an imminent $45 billion acquisition first reported by Bloomberg. The one-line...

China Evergrande Says Work on Some Residential Projects Has Resumed

China Evergrande said construction is progressing at some projects, as the highly indebted developer tries to stave off collapse and deliver homes it has promised to more than a million people.

The Morning After: NASA sets a new date for its Artemis I Moon mission

NASA now expects to launch its uncrewed Artemis I flight test in February 2022, with the liftoff window as early as February 12th. The space agency had initially planned for a November 2021 test...

Elon Musk says Tesla Full Self-Driving software has 'issues'

Tesla released then rolled-back a Full Self-Driving software update on Sunday after problems with the system arose. The partially-automated system periodically gets new capabilities for Tesla...

EU watchdog mulling authorisation of Merck's anti-COVID pill

The European Medicines Agency has started reviewing Merck's COVID-19 antiviral treatment, the first pill that has been shown to treat the disease.

S.Africa's Aspen aims to expand vaccine capacity to 1.3 billion doses a year

South Africa's Aspen Pharmacare wants to increase vaccine manufacturing capacity at its domestic plant to 1.3 billion doses a year, CEO Stephen Saad told a news conference on Monday. Aspen, which...

We’re Not Polarized. We’re Conceited

And it’s entirely our own fault.Continue reading on Medium »

The Verge

Facebook is in crisis mode over losing young people on its main app and Instagram, according to leaked documents.

U.S. to outline Nov. 8 international travel reopening, vaccination rules

The White House first disclosed on Sept. 20 it would remove restrictions in early November for fully vaccinated air travelers from 33 countries. The extraordinary U.S. travel restrictions were...

I feel for you both

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This free web tool is a fast and easy way to remove objects from images

Ever needed to quickly edit something or someone out of an image? Maybe it’s the stranger who wandered into your family photo, or the stand holding up your final artwork for school? Whatever the...

BlackRock partners with Saudi infrastructure fund

Fund has investment target of $53bn over next decade across sectors including power, water and transport

Forced to sell my baby’

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan could cost millions of lives if aid is not provided, the UN warns.

Wells Fargo has a new virtual assistant in the works and it’s named Fargo

The move by Wells Fargo is part of a broader technology overhaul under CEO Charles Scharf.

Facebook has known it has a human trafficking problem for years. It still hasn't fully fixed it

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Beyond Meat plummets 60% since a January peak. Why this stock is ‘misunderstood’

Beyond Meat has taken another dive after warning on third-quarter sales. Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says the stock deserves another look.

Key Takeaways From the Facebook Papers and Their Fallout

A look at a month of scrutiny and struggles for the social-networking giant.

Internal Facebook documents released

Damning picture of company's role in insurrection..

2,000 migrants continue walk through southern Mexico

A group of about 2,000 mainly Central American migrants continued their mass exodus from the southern Mexico city of Tapachula Sunday, reaching a town about 16 miles away.

Rust" electrician says he held cinematographer "while she was dying"

Serge Svetnoy said he had worked with Halyna Hutchins on multiple films and said producers hired an inexperienced armorer.

Facebook Debates What to Do With Its Like and Share Buttons

Likes and shares made the social media site what it is. Now, company documents show, it’s struggling to deal with their effects.

Facebook Debates What to Do With Its Like and Share Buttons

Likes and shares made the social media site what it is. Now, company documents show, it’s struggling to deal with their effects.

The ‘Safe Supply’ Movement Aims to Curb Drug Deaths Linked to the Opioid Crisis

On a morning Zoom call, a group of Canadian mothers give their full attention to a young man from the Drug User Liberation Front. At 26, Jeremy Kalicum is the age some of their kids would be if...

Rep. Byron Donalds: Colin Powell and his inspiring vision of a great America

The life of Gen. Colin Powell, a Black man in America, is only possible in the United States of America. While I never had the honor of knowing or even meeting him, I genuinely believe that we...

I Survived the Redneck Rave, America's Wildest Country Party

Last June, the festival ended in mass arrests, an impalement, and a throat slashing. We traveled to Kentucky to witness the mud and mayhem firsthand.

Top Stories this AM: Evergrande says it's building again; a coup in Sudan; a flying car not far off

The statement came just days after the property giant avoided a default by paying an $83.5 million dollar bond interest.

History Will Not Judge Us Kindly’

Before I tell you what happened at exactly 2:28 p.m. on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at the White House—and how it elicited a very specific reaction, some 2,400 miles away, in Menlo Park,...

The Magic of Bad Photos

It’s rare to see a bad photo today. If, by chance, a bad photo is taken and cannot be filtered, edited, or otherwise enhanced into something visually acceptable, it is swiftly deleted. Why hold on...

Inside Facebook’s struggle to keep young people

The world’s largest social network is internally grappling with an existential crisis: an aging user base Continue reading…

Inside the Facebook Papers

A WIRED series dives into thousands of internal documents, showing a company rife with issues that it largely failed to address.

Facebook Is Everywhere; Its Moderation Is Nowhere Close

Human reviewers and AI filters struggle to police the flood of content—or understand the nuances in different Arabic dialects.

Mark Cuban-Owned Company Launches Pharmacy-Benefit Manager

An employer group also is starting a company to manage prescription-drug benefits as frustration mounts with the big PBMs hired to control drug spending

10 things before the opening bell

Stocks on the move, an ethereum-based ETF, and the impact of surging oil prices on the S&P 500.

NextupHunt: Discover second positions on ProductHunt on a day like today

“ This is a small project done in 48 hours: - Scraping database from ProductHunt - Hexomatic. - Dumping data to Airtable - Rectification of some data by hand. - Making the web - Softr...

BBC, ITV Reveal Climate Change Goals Ahead of COP26 Conference

U.K. broadcasters BBC and ITV have revealed similar goals to significantly reduce their impact on the environment ahead of the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference at Glasgow (Oct. 31 –...

#NotJustACadburyAd with Rephrase.ai: Create personalized AI videos for local stores across India

“ Hello Product Hunt, Excited to share the #NotJustACadBuryAd campaign with you done by the super-smart folks at Rephrase.ai 😎 An initiative by Cadbury, conceptualized by Ogilvy, this...

MSNBC Hands ‘Way Too Early’ to Jonathan Lemire

Jonathan Lemire, a veteran Washington reporter whose on-air profile grew during coverage of the Trump administration, will take the anchor reins at MSNBC’s “Way Too Early,” the network announced...

The Venus's Flower Basket's Weird Fluid Dynamics Explained

The Venus's flower basket's skeleton.

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Fantasy Basketball 2021: Ranking Sleepers for NBA Week 2

The Brooklyn Nets opened the 2021-22 NBA season with some questions about their rotation. Those concerns have been set aside in the first few games thanks to the play of veterans Patty Mills...

Parenting young kids is exhausting. Should we rethink the nuclear family?

Mothers tend to assume the majority of child-rearing responsibility. But without communities and multigenerational living setups we wouldn’t have survived as a speciesMy husband, Dave, and I...

Students at historically Black college in DC stage sit-in over housing conditions

Howard University students in DC describe deplorable conditions and claim dorms have mold, mice and roachesMold. Rats. Cockroaches. Mushrooms growing under the sink. For undergraduate students...

Kerla: Monolithic kernel in Rust, aiming for Linux ABI compatibility

Some people decorate for Halloween with lots of pumpkins. Others put spooky ghosts and monsters...

The 10 Players Who Will Decide the Astros vs. Braves 2021 World Series Winner

The World Series matchup is set with the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros poised to battle it out for a title. It's time to start breaking down all things Fall Classic...

Column: The problem with pandemic Halloween is that I no longer understand the rules

Should I open my doors on Halloween or hide guiltily inside? Is it safe to face the crowds of hundreds of children who show up on my street?

S. Korean government provided 170M facial images obtained in immigration process to private AI developers

Biometric data collected at Incheon International Airport was handed over to the private sector without subjects’ consent, a Ministry of Justice document has shown

German court jails IS bride for crimes against humanity

A Bavarian court has handed a 10-year prison sentence to a German woman who allowed a five-year-old Yazidi "slave" girl to die of thirst.

Covid-19 live updates: Fauci predicts vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 could be available...

Covid-19 live updates: Fauci predicts vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 could be available early November  The Washington PostWuhan research theory 'molecularly impossible': Fauci  Yahoo!...

Covid-19 live updates: Fauci predicts vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 could be available...

Covid-19 live updates: Fauci predicts vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 could be available early November  The Washington PostWuhan research theory 'molecularly impossible': Fauci  Yahoo!...

I Played This Climate Change Game

This story was originally published by Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. This is not a game. Regarding climate change, that much...

Op-Ed: Stop obstructing criminal justice reforms. It's making us all less safe

California's addiction to 'tough on crime' levels of incarceration has created a moral crisis and an economic sinkhole as well.

Facebook's pivotal week

They're battening down the hatches at Facebook headquarters this week as the company faces a trifecta of tumult: a continuing wave of negative press coverage fueled by document leaks, a critical...

Ocean Lovers, This Little-Known Book from the Sixties Is Required Reading

Patagonia recently updated the Willard Bascom classic ‘Waves and Beaches’ The post Ocean Lovers, This Little-Known Book from the Sixties Is Required Reading appeared first on Outside Online.

Not just Sinema: Sen. Bob Menendez took $1M from pharma; shoots down bill to lower drug costs

Democrats in Congress who take big money from Big Pharma are pushing to keep prescription drug prices soaring

Could Manchin Actually Leave The Democratic Party?

Sen. Joe Manchin told reporters Wednesday that suggestions he would leave the Democratic Party were “bullshit” with a “capital B.” He’d previously told Democratic leaders that he’d consider...

Dear Care and Feeding: How Do I Get Over My Daughter’s Severe Lapse in Judgment?

Parenting advice on trust, postpartum depression, and STDs.

The Strange New Trend That’s Enraging Hiring Managers

My, how the tables have turned.

Is there an "energy crisis"? Not really

Why are energy prices spiking? Mostly because we're not making the transition to wind and solar fast enough

Sudan's military detains prime minister, cabinet members in apparent coup

Sudan's military detains prime minister, cabinet members in apparent coup  The Washington PostSudan Prime Minister arrested and detained amid reports of an apparent coup  CNNUS ‘deeply alarmed’...

Internet disrupted in Sudan amid reports of coup attempt

EXPLAINER: Just what are 'The Facebook Papers,' anyway?

The Facebook Papers project represents a unique collaboration among 17 American news organizations, including The Associated Press. Journalists from a variety of newsrooms, large and small, worked...

3D-printed houses seem poised to go mainstream

3D-printed cement houses are about to take off, offering a cheaper, more efficient way to provide homes for those who need them — as long as they can be built in ways that don't worsen climate...

Fed Prepares to Taper Stimulus Amid More Doubts on Inflation

Fed Prepares to Taper Stimulus Amid More Doubts on Inflation  The Wall Street JournalDon't expect supply-chain or price relief any time soon  New York Post Why supply chain chaos and inflation...

20+ Girls Whose Cats Stole Their Boyfriends’ Hearts

It sometimes happens that those we least expect to betray us, actually do. So, you live with someone you love and your cat, and then you realize that they love each other too much. And you can’t...

Russia marks another record number of daily COVID-19 cases

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia reported another daily record of confirmed coronavirus cases Monday as a surge in infections has prompted the Kremlin to tell most people to stay away from work starting later...

37 Products Over 10,000 Reviewers Have Raved Over

At this point, I consult Amazon reviewers before I do anything in life.

Hate on trial in Virginia, four years after deadly extremist rally

A violent march in Charlottesville by far-right extremists in 2017 showed how well organized the far-right had become. A trial targeting those associated with the march is seen as a bellwether case.

24 Products To Make Sure Your Houseplants Stay Happy And Healthy This Winter

Hippity hip hooray for happy houseplants.

Does the IRS really want to spy on your bank account? The latest tax fight explained

The Biden administration hopes to help fund its agenda by cracking down on tax evasion, but its plan to require more bank information is drawing strong opposition from GOP lawmakers and banks.

Kevin Smith on Coining ‘Bennifer’ and Trying to Save His Hero Stan Lee

“The only reason I ever have anything going on all the time is because I’m so fucking terrified of becoming irrelevant that I have to be in as many places as possible,” offers Kevin Smith. “If one...

Scouted Gift Pick: The Warmest Parka Ever

What It Is: L.L.Bean’s Baxter State Parka. This isn’t your everyday winter jacket, and L.L.Bean doesn’t mess around when it comes to winter outerwear. This parka is water-proof, down insulated and...

John Oliver Reveals The World's Weirdest Diplomatic Crisis And Why It Matters

The host of "Last Week Tonight" called the situation "deeply weird."

Dr. Anthony Fauci Says 5- To 11-Year-Olds Could Get Pfizer COVID-19 Shot By Early November

“If you look at the data that’s been made public, the data look good," the nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday.

E-40 Slinging Gourmet Meats as 'Goon with the Spoon'

E-40's giving new meaning to his classic track "Yay Area" ... which now could refer to the gourmet meats and burritos he's serving up as he enters the food biz. That's right, E's got a new handle...

Jeremy Piven's Home Burglarized, Thieves Allegedly Jack $20K in Clothes

Jeremy Piven may need a new wardrobe ... because we're told he's the victim of a home burglary that saw crooks get away with five figures worth of his threads. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ......

How to make remote and hybrid brainstorming less awkward

On the latest episode of ‘The New Way We Work,’ we learn several methods for creative collaboration and culture-building that work for remote, hybrid, and in-person offices. Read Full Story

The case for making hearing aids and insulin monitors as sexy as an Apple product

Just because something technically does its job doesn’t mean that people will be happy to use it. When you hear the words medical device, you likely imagine an MRI scanner, a ventilator, or a...

As some police fight vaccine rules, DeSantis says Florida will pay them $5,000 to relocate: ‘We...

“You can fill important needs for us, and we'll compensate you as a result," DeSantis said.

Inside Facebook, a picture of market dominance

Documents collected by whistleblower Frances Haugen could give the company "a lot to regret" in its fights to prove it's not a monopoly.

Facebook did little to moderate posts in the world’s most violent countries

In some of the world’s most high-profile conflict zones, the tech giant invested few resources and failed to stem a steady stream of harmful posts, according to internal documents

Dignified, polite, handsome Istanbul citizen turned internet sensation

Boji spends his days traveling Istanbul's subway trains, ferries, buses, and historic trams. His calming presence is infectuous. Boji sometimes travels 30 kilometers a day. Most days he passes...

The Perfect Terror of the White Nightgown

SL Jezebel from 2019. "I don't believe in ghosts, but maybe I do, just a little. I certainly believe in the power of haunted tales, and the Lady in White is one of the most common structures for...

Soaring fuel costs: United CEO warns prices for holiday flights will spike; gas prices hit 7-year high

The CEO of United Airlines has warned that prices for flights during the busy holiday season will spike. United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said surging fuel prices are to blame for the upcoming...

The Best Headphones for Sleeping

Minimize outside noise and focus on falling asleep with these comfy headphones

Learn how to reach customers the right way with this $15 Google Ads marketing bootcamp

You can spend hours and hours creating blogs, promotional content, and fancy landing pages for your business. But if you're not reaching the right clientele, all this hard work can fall on deaf...

Succession turns a box of doughnuts into a stealthy statement about abuse

The Roy siblings are deeply haunted by their upbringing. Succession keeps finding ways to show that. In a famous 1919 essay on Hamlet, T.S. Eliot reintroduced the “objective correlative,” a...

Succession’ Recap: Four on the Floor

Kendall, Connor, Shiv, and Roman hunker down to contemplate banding together and overthrowing Logan once and for all

James Michael Tyler, Who Played Gunther on Friends, Dies at 59

Warner Bros. Television mourned Tyler as “a beloved actor and integral part of our ‘Friends’ family”

Black Lives Matter stage vaccine mandate protest at NYC's Barclays Center to demand unvaccinated...

Hundreds of demonstrators staged a protest against vaccine mandates on Sunday at the Barclays Center in New York City. The protesters – which included Black Lives Matter supporters – demanded that...

The Moody Monkish Genius of Kevin Durant

The Brooklyn Nets were built to be an unbeatable superteam of eccentric basketball superstars. Will they dominate the N.B.A. playoffs?

James Michael Tyler, Who Played Gunther In "Friends," Has Died At 59

Tyler, who played a small but memorable role as a barista at Central Perk, had advanced prostate cancer.

Film Crew Members Say The Alec Baldwin Prop Gun Shooting Fits A Pattern Of Safety Shortfalls...

“Things have snowballed into this bigger thing where it’s endemic. The lack of accountability is astronomical.”

Biden Administration Will Make It Easier for Americans to Sponsor Afghan Refugees

The Biden administration is about to make a pretty significant change to how the US refugee resettlement program has worked for decades. The administration is expected to unveil a new plan that...

Why supply chain chaos and inflation could last into 2022

Experts agree that high prices and low supplies aren’t going away just yet. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell said on Friday that Americans should be prepared for the global supply chain to...

People Simply Cannot Believe Jason Momoa’s Character In ‘Dune’ Is Actually Named Duncan Idaho

People simply cannot believe novelist Frank Herbert gave one of his most heroic characters such a ridiculous name.

Glide through the city with $400 off this electric skateboard

Bicycling through a crowded city and avoiding infuriating traffic is a blessing, that is until you realize just how cumbersome toting around and storing a bike can be. Alternatively, skateboards...

The Eternals’ Sure Is A Big Attempt At Something

Marvel's 'The Eternals' feels a bit like an NFT scheme, the latest action in a move to conflate viewers with investors.

Trial of the white nationalists behind the 2017 Charlottesville rally is set to begin

A federal court in Virginia is set to begin the trial of the 2017 Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' rally on Monday. Plaintiffs argue that the rally, in which a counter protester was killed, was...

Exploring hate: How antisemitism fuels white nationalism

Antisemitism is a core ideology in white nationalist movements and was part of what drove extremists at the 2017 Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' protest. American University professor Pamela...

Which Household Items to Buy (and Avoid) at the Dollar Store

When it comes to dollar stores, there’s a lot to unpack—like their tendency to pop up in food deserts, and their impact on a local economy—but that’s not what we’re talking about today. Because...

How to Trick Your Work-Obsessed Brain Into Taking Actual Leisure Time

Clearly, at this point, we know there’s no such thing as “work-life balance.” There never was, and there definitely isn’t now, during a pandemic. And then there’s “work hard, play hard.” Remember...

I'm A Sexologist And These Are The Three Most Common Sex-Related Injuries I See

While consensual sex is a healthy part of life that can and should be accessible to all, sometimes, the mechanics involved can lead to oh-my-God-worthy effects that aren't of the cries-of-pleasure...

The Psychological Tolls and Moral Hazards of Drone Warfare

Two new books shed light on what remote warfare does to military operators, the standing of the U.S., and societies abroad. The post The Psychological Tolls and Moral Hazards of Drone Warfare...

Facebook Exec Warns Of 'More Bad Headlines' (Shocking No One)

In a post to staffers Saturday obtained by Axios, Facebook VP of global affairs Nick Clegg warned the company that worse coverage could be on the way.

COVID Vaccine Makers Prepare for a Variant Worse than Delta

A person gets a dose of the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine as teenagers above the age of 12 get vaccinated against the novel COVID-19 disease with the Pfizer BioNTech and AstraZeneca Coronavirus...

Timothée Chalamet's Hair Was Looking Extra Curly This Week

And more from the latest in celebrity grooming.

Jenna Fischer Opens Up About Facing ‘Sexist’ Hate While Playing Pam on The Office

'The Office' star Jenna Fischer discussed the strong opinions viewers had about her character, Pam.

These Are the Most Stunning Triathlons in the World

Dreaming of where to tri next? These picturesque races offer a reason to gawk. The post These Are the Most Stunning Triathlons in the World appeared first on Outside Online.

See Venus, Saturn, and Jupiter Align on Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, star-gazers can be thankful for a trio of planets lining up in the night sky after sunset.

In India, Facebook Struggles to Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech

Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company’s biggest market.

As Sen. Joe Manchin’s Star Rose in West Virginia, the FBI and IRS Probed His Closest Allies

Decades of federal investigations looked into Manchin’s inner circle and business associates. The post As Sen. Joe Manchin’s Star Rose in West Virginia, the FBI and IRS Probed His Closest Allies...

Have Sperm, Will Travel

Amidst a historic shortage at sperm banks nationwide, a new means of donation is on the rise: Facebook groups. Elaine Byrd got involved in the community first as a moderator, then as a recipient....

Few Watches Are More Fun or More Affordable Than Kid Cudi’s G-Shock

Also this week: the Aquanaut is ascending, and Regé-Jean Page can make any watch look good.

11 Chic Pairs Of House Slippers You’ll Want To Cozy Up In

Although this year has been consistently steamy, cold weather is upon us. Just as we rediscover the need to don coats and jackets again, we also become aware of the need for warmer indoors clothes...

The Under-$100 Office Chairs That Feel Like A Million Bucks

The year 2020 was a big one for office chairs (no explanation needed). Although these swivel seats have become a household staple, finding one that checks both the aesthetic and support boxes...

Europeans Once Drank Distilled Human Skulls as Medicine

King Charles II was on his deathbed. The year was 1685, and the monarch had suffered a stroke. Doctors tried everything to save him, but the king was convinced that one particular remedy would...

See Newly Discovered Works by Trailblazing Painter Hilma af Klint

See Newly Discovered Works by Trailblazing Painter Hilma af Klint  Smithsonian

Ogilvie-Wiener Mansion in Shreveport, Louisiana

William B. Ogilvie was an orphaned Shreveport native who served as a Confederate soldier before opening a wildly successful chain of grocery stores at war’s end. For a man that lived so many...

FDA Backs Moderna and J&J Boosters, Plus Mix-and-Match Strategy

FDA Backs Moderna and J&J Boosters, Plus Mix-and-Match Strategy  Smithsonian

Millions Of Animals Migrating To North America Over Land Bridge Of Stalled Cargo Ships

House Votes To Hold Bannon In Contempt Of Congress

The House of Representatives has voted to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in congressional contempt for ignoring subpoenas related to the investigation into the January 6th insurrection,...

The Red Sox Seemed Unstoppable. Then The Astros Turned The Tables

Just a couple of days ago, the Houston Astros were in big trouble. Luis García and José Urquidy — the starting pitchers for Games 2 and 3 of the ALCS — got roughed up in consecutive outings, as...

Zhongwang, a Chinese aluminium giant, resists American pressure

But buckle under domestic power cuts

Zhongwang, a Chinese aluminium giant, may withstand American pressure

But buckle under domestic power cuts