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"Assault" in the delivery room: The disturbing trend of "obstetric violence"

Kimberly Turbin wasn’t expecting childbirth to be a pleasant experience, but she wasn’t expecting it to be a nightmare either.<p>On May 4th 2013, she was sitting on the couch at a friend’s house. They had plans to go out for seafood in San Pedro, next to the Los Angeles Harbor, and 27-year-old Turbin …

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Nuclear waste: Where to store it for eternity?

Nuclear power stations have been churning out radioactive waste for decades. At least 10 new reactors came online last year - making the question of …

NASA is sending its Pluto probe to a new target it barely knows. Here’s what it wants to find out.

NASA’s New Horizons mission captured stunning shots of Pluto and its moon Charon with a close flyby in July 2015. It got a new mission, made official …

11 signs you're a middle-class summer cliché

So now it’s genuinely hot. We are having a heatwave, and that means swathes of the UK switching to all out summer mode. The middle classes - hitherto fairly low key, and a bit sniffy about the heat - are, at this very moment, scaling ladders into the attic, rummaging in the garage, and generally …

Elon Musk Has Announced a New Goal for SpaceX, and It's Utterly Revolutionary

Leading the Revolution<p>Elon Musk’s SpaceX is currently basking in the light of its latest achievement. The company succeeded in starting a spaceflight …

The Real Life Meet-Ups of Online Communities

Rock it Like a RedheadNew York, NY, 2015<br>Amy Lombard<p>1 of 17<p>When a British politician said there was “no such thing as society” in 1987, she couldn’t …

Mook: Race 'competitive,' country 'polarized'

Hillary Clinton's campaign manager said Sunday that the presidential race is still competitive because the country is "very polarized."<p>On NBC's "Meet the Press," host Chuck Todd pressed Robby Mook on the fact that, despite all the negative hits GOP nominee Donald Trump has taken, the former …