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  • 19 hours ago
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    London terror arrests: Metropolitan Police hold five teenagers

    Five teenagers have been arrested in London on suspicion of the preparation of terrorist acts, the Metropolitan Police said. The males were held after searches at four residential addresses in the capital on Tuesday. One of those arrested is aged 15, one is 16, two are 17 and another is 19. The arrests relate to plans to travel to join a proscribed organisation. All five are being questioned at a central London police station.

  • 6 days ago
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    Extreme Protest Tactics Reduce Popular Support for Social Movements

    Social movemenSocial movements are critical agents of change that vary greatly in both tactics and popular support. Prior work shows that extreme protest tactics – actions that are highly counter-normative, disruptive, or harmful to others, including inflammatory rhetoric, blocking traffic, and damaging property – are effective for gaining publicity. However, we find across three experiments that extreme protest tactics decreased popular support for a given cause because they reduced feeling...

  • 7 days ago
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    Love Lives in Whitefish, Montana, But So Do Neo-Nazis

    “I’ll tell you why these neo-Nazis and fascists move here,” a man named Phil, who’d moved up to Glacier National Park after graduating from a liberal arts college, told me over dinner. “During the summer, I’d work at this place that rented all sorts of stuff to tourists in the park. So this woman comes in with a Southern accent, I ask where she’s from, she says Georgia. She rents one of those infant backpacks — the kind you put your kid in. And then she says, ‘This place is jus...

  • 8 days ago
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    Self-Healing Transistors for Chip-Scale Starships

    Working with the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), NASA is pioneering the development of tiny spacecraft, each made from a single silicon chip, that could slash interstellar exploration times. Speaking at the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco last December, NASA’s Dong-Il Moon detailed this new technology, which is aimed at ensuring such spacecraft survive the potentially powerful radiation they’ll encounter on their journey.

  • 10 days ago
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    Olympic ghost town: Bills due, venues empty after Rio Games

    Rio de Janeiro pulled off last year's Olympics, keeping crime at bay and fending off dire forecasts of corruption, environmental degradation, and cost overruns. Six months after South America's first games, the floodgates have burst. Rio organizers still owe creditors about $40 million. Four of the new arenas in the main Olympic Park have failed to find private-sector management, and ownership has passed to the federal government.

  • 11 days ago
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    Brexit Is Making Wealthiest U.K. CEOs Richer

    Brexit is about to make CEOs of some of Britain’s biggest public companies a whole lot richer. That may sound counter-intuitive since evidence is mounting on how the plan to quit the European Union is hurting businesses. But pay packages of many FTSE 100 chief executive officers are partly tied to how well share prices are doing rather than the CEO’s performance -- and some stocks are soaring.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Scientists Are Rallying and Marching on Washington

    As President Trump’s administration continues to cut communication, funding, and support for science-related government agencies, more and more scientists are banding together to protest. Initially, many took to Reddit to discuss their political ideas and concerns, but that conversation quickly grew into much more. The scientists are now a group known as Scientists March on Washington, and on April 22, 2017, they and those in support of scientific progress will, in fact, march on Washington.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    The Brexit White Paper completely contradicts a key argument for Brexit

    Parliament has “remained sovereign throughout our membership to the EU” despite people “not always feeling like that”, the Brexit White Paper says.  The statement contradicts a key message from the campaign to leave the European Union, which argued ending the UK’s membership to the EU would "bring back sovereignty" to Parliament and end Brussels' control over national laws. 

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Adopted Pit Bull Pup Refuses To Leave Shelter Without Her Best Friend

    A pit bull in living in a sanctuary in Australia got the news of her lifetime, when she was as of late adopted by another family. Be that as it may, she wasn’t moving without her closest companion chihuahua pal, who worked through the battle with her, living in the haven. As the family attempted to urge her out of her pet hotel, she declined to leave, bumping her make a beeline for her pal, who likewise required a home.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    8-year-old gives Lego money to classmate struggling with cancer

    A second-grade student at Community Christian School in Bradenton knows the meaning of putting others first. For months, 8-year-old Jeffrey Holz has been saving up for the Lego set he’s always wanted. But with a $100 price tag, it wasn't easy. "Birthday money, Christmas money," listed Jeffrey. "Earning money from cleaning, earning money working at the cafe at church." By the middle of January, Jeffrey was just $12 short of his goal. Then he learned about a senior at hi...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Rumor: Fallout New Vegas 2 details leaked and reveal planned

    Our insider source is back with some new information, and it’s a big one. First a little recap on this source of ours: We’ve had a spectacular track record with this source in the past. As you may recall we were the first to accurately leak Red Dead Redemption 2 details. Other Websites like Forbes even tried to make fun of us for it. They weren’t laughing very long. Our source also accurately called The Last Of Us 2 reveal weeks before it dropped. Reddit didn’t know whether or not to bel...

  • 1 month ago
    Expression ppp

    Is the American Dream Really Dead?

    Just a few decades ago, more than 90 percent of 30-year-olds earned more than their parents had earned at the same age. Now it’s only about 50 percent. What happened — and what can be done about it?

  • 1 month ago
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    How I turned a traffic ticket into the constitutional trial of the century

    The traffic-camera ticket: like a parking ticket, it looks lawful enough. When they receive one, most people simply write the check. It seems like the sensible and law-abiding thing to do. But this is not a parking ticket. In legal terms, it is not a proceeding in rem—against your car. It is a legal action against you personally. And before you pay the fine, you might want to hear my story.

  • 1 month ago
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    Boston Public Library Puts Its World-Class Collection Of Rare Shakespeare Works On Display

    “To be, or not to be—that is the question.” Those might be the most famous words in all of English literature. But are they the original words in "Hamlet?" That is also the question, and just one of the many things you’ll encounter at the exhibit “Shakespeare Unauthorized” at the Boston Public Library, which includes some of the earliest and rarest surviving copies of Shakespeare’s greatest works.

  • 1 month ago
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    Iceland knows how to stop teen substance abuse but the rest of the world isn’t listening

    In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut in the past 20 years. Why won’t other countries follow suit?

  • 1 month ago
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    The Briton who helped write Article 50 predicts 'one in three' chance of no Brexit deal

    There could be a one in three chance that Brexit negotiations will end with no deal between the UK and the European Union, resulting in "serious economic disruption and a degree of legal chaos", the author of Article 50 has warned. Lord Kerr also suggested that leaving the EU could result in a "decade of delay and disruption" for Britain, which would damage investment, economic growth and employment.