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These Vegan Cheese Recipes Taste Like the Real Thing

Plus they're simple to make, with clean, easy-to-find ingredients.<p>Cheese is certainly one of life's little pleasures, but it's tough to make a case …

Recipes

Akron, Ohio Board of Education Votes to Allow Narcan in Schools

Members of the Akron Public Schools board voted 5-1 Monday in favor of a proposed policy to make Narcan available in 18 district middle and high schools. WKYC's Carl Bachtel reports.

Here's what popular dog breeds looked like before and after 100 years of breeding

Dogs have been our furry companions for thousands of years, but they didn't always look the way they do today. Many well-known breeds have changed a lot physically in the last century, thanks to humans.<p>By identifying specific traits — such as size, coat color, and demeanor — and allowing only those …

A former banker taught herself how to code and is now a top exec at a $700 million startup

Then the 2008 financial crisis struck and Lehman Brothers collapsed.<p>Lachs left Wall Street to get an MBA, hoping that some magical moment would strike where she would know what else to do with her life.<p>"I thought that I'd be sitting in a class and just have this moment of inspiration and I'd be …

This map reveals Wi-Fi passwords at airports around the world

Is there anything more annoying than having to pay for Wi-Fi, that basic of human rights?<p>Anil Polat, a travel blogger and computer security engineer, …

Husband of New York judge who was found dead challenges reports of apparent suicide

The sudden death of Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam — and the hours that led up to it — remains shrouded in mystery.<p>Shortly after the body of Abdus-Salaam, the first African American woman to serve on New York’s top court, was found floating fully clothed in the Hudson River <b></b>with no apparent signs of …

Crime

Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

WASHINGTON (AP) — Astronomers have found yet another planet that seems to have just the right Goldilocks combination for life: Not so hot and not so …

3 Arrested in Clashes Over White Nationalist Richard Spencer's Speech at Auburn University

Three people were arrested Tuesday as opponents and supporters of Richard Spencer clashed at Alabama’s Auburn University over the alt-right leader’s …

Rights & Freedoms

Hate crime is suspected after a gunman kills 3 white men in downtown Fresno

Kori Ali Muhammad told his family there was a war going on between blacks and whites in America.<p>On social media, he referred to white people as "devils." Earlier in the year, he released a rap album replete with violent, explicit, racially-charged lyrics, including referring to himself in one song …

Law Enforcement

White supremacist website hit with lawsuit over harassment campaign

The Southern Poverty Law Center has filed a lawsuit against the founder of white supremacist website <i>The Daily Stormer</i> on behalf of a Montana woman who was targeted in an anti-Semitic harassment campaign. The plaintiff, real estate agent Tanya Gersh, alleges that Andrew Anglin encouraged trolls to …

The secret superfoods: 10 inexpensive ingredients that can boost your health

Superfoods

Malware uses Facebook and LinkedIn images to hijack your PC (updated)

Malware doesn't always have to attack your computer through browser- or OS-based exploits. Sometimes, it's the social networks themselves that can be the problem. Researchers at Check Point have discovered that a variant of known ransomware, Locky, is taking advantage of flaws in the way Facebook …

DNA Results Save Michigan Dog from Death Row

A Michigan dog that sat on death row at an animal shelter following the death of a Pomeranian in August has been cleared and sent home thanks to a …

US approves 2 types of genetically engineered potatoes

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved commercial planting of two types of potatoes that are genetically engineered to …

5 Physical Activities That Will Boost Your Mental Strength Right Now

There's a clear connection between your physical state and your emotional state.<p>Although the ancient Greeks recognized the clear connection between the mind and the body, it's taken a long time for Western medicine to adopt this notion. But science continues to show over and over again that there's …

Mental Health

Morrisons and Amazon sign collection locker deal

<b>Morrisons says it plans to install hundreds of Amazon lockers in its supermarkets this year.</b><p>There are more than 1,000 Amazon Lockers in locations such as shopping centres, convenience stores, airports, train stations, and universities.<p>They enable customers who are unable to wait at home for orders …

Poster child of US drug wars to be freed

<b>In 1988, a small-time drug dealer became the first man charged under a new, harsh drug law signed by then-President Ronald Reagan. Almost 30 years later, President Barack Obama granted a sentence commutation to Richard Van Winrow, a literal posterboy for the history of America's drug war.</b><p>When he …

India rolls out world's first leprosy vaccine as fight goes on 'war footing'

Country is officially leprosy free, meaning the disease afflicts fewer than one in 10,000 people, but specialists say true infection rate is far higher<p>The first lesions appeared on teenager Rammurat’s feet. To those in his village near Gorakhpur, in the vast Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the cause …

India

'Lock Up All The Black Hoodies': DOJ Report Details Abuses By Baltimore Police

In a damning report released Wednesday, the Department of Justice details the ways in which the Baltimore Police Department has violated the rights of the people its officers are sworn to protect.<p>The problems detailed in the 163-page report are broad and deep. But they're specific, too: a "pattern …

The world's 3rd-biggest cocaine producer says it struck 'the most important blow against drug trafficking'

Earlier this week, Bolivian police struck what the government called a vital blow against drug trafficking when they seized more than 8 tons of cocaine hidden in a shipment of mineral ore.<p>The shipment was discovered in a truck traveling on a remote mountain passage that connects landlocked Bolivia …

Organic Food Fights Back Against ‘Non-GMO’ Rival

<b>Listen to the Story on All Things …

If Billionaire Oil Traders Are Right About $80 Oil, Buy This Dip

As we’ve said, oil has been quietly sliding over the past three weeks. It closed yesterday more than 20% off of the highs of the year.<p>And we looked at this chart and said, this divergence has hit an extreme, something has to give.<p>Yesterday it was stocks. Today it was a sharp bounce in crude–up 4%. …

1 in 4 Americans Are Making a Big Financial Mistake

Image source: Getty Images.<p>According to a recent survey by Bankrate.com, nearly one-quarter of Americans think cash is the best option for a long-term investment. Even more surprising, less than one in six said stocks are the way to go. Here's why cash isn't the way to go, and what the majority of …

A Huge Fireball Just Burned Up Over Las Vegas And It Probably Came From China

Not a meteor.<p>Parts of California, Nevada, and Utah were treated to an unusual space show Wednesday night when what appeared to be a giant fireball …

Las Vegas

No blood vessels without cloche - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

The decade-long search by researchers worldwide for a gene, which is critical in controlling the formation of blood and blood vessels in the embryo, …

NASA: Melting Ice Sheets Is Changing How the Earth Rotates

Driven by dwindling polar ice, climate change is actually changing the way the Earth spins, new research shows. Melting ice sheets are contributing …

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Crime