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13 True Crime Documentaries On Netflix That'll Really Make You Think

Netflix's documentary section really can't be beat — especially when it comes to the streaming service's true crime documentaries. By now, you've …

How to Solve Conflicts With a Remote Coworker

2018 is just around the corner. If one of your New Year’s resolutions (or dreams) is to get along better with a remote coworker, you’re not alone. …

I'm a therapist, and I always tell clients it's okay to live a 'good enough' life — here are my 5 top tips

There's no such thing as a free exit.<p>A young woman I'd worked with for three years was ready to leave therapy. She was calm, happy and about to step out of the room into the Rest of Her Life. I was excited for her, but I'd miss her. That's the thing about being a psychologist: just because you want …

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Kellyanne Conway Says Public Officials Who Mistreat Women Should 'Step Aside,' Twitter Grabs Her by the Irony

“Kellyanne Conway calls for Trump to resign,” reads one response<p>Been feeling a little irony-deficient lately? Allow Kellyanne Conway to fix that for …

Why you shouldn’t try to reason with Trump supporters

<b>(Getty/Zach Gibson)</b><p>Reporters have noticed that no amount of evidence to the contrary will sway the most die-hard Trump fans<p>Jeremy Binckes<p>November 8, 2017 11:33pm (UTC)<p>A year ago, in the wake of President Donald Trump's stunning election win, you couldn't swing a dead cat in the Rust Belt without …

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America’s misinformation problem, explained

It’s better — and worse — than you think.<p>On the heels of a presidential election defined by “fake news” and a Russian misinformation campaign, we’re left wondering whether politics can still be anchored to something like a common reality. There is so much noise, so much nonsense, that it’s …

A Psychologist's Tips For Making Small Talk When You Have Social Anxiety

<i>How do you make small talk when you have social anxiety? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world</i>.<p><b>Answer by Anita Sanz, Psychologist, on Quora:</b><p><b>How do you make small talk when you have social anxiety?</b><p>I …

Octopus are crawling out of the sea and walking up a Welsh beach

Hordes of octopus have left sea-goers speechless with an unusual invasion on a Welsh beach.<p>More than 20 of the creatures were spotted making their …

An Oxford philosopher explains what it feels like to take a “true” smart drug

<i>One in five academics surveyed by the journal Nature in 2008 admitted to using cognitive enhancers. Anders Sandberg, a philosopher at the Future of Humanity Institute at the Oxford University, is among them. We asked him about his modafinil use.</i><p><b>Where do you get your supply of modafinil?</b><p>I order it …

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The Kennedy assassination is a rarity these days: A bipartisan conspiracy theory

By Philip Bump<p>National correspondent<p>Donald Trump picked up a bizarre theory from the front cover of the National Enquirer last year. It speculated that the father of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) had been palling around with Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans before the Kennedy assassination, distributing …

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Exclusive: Putin's 'chef,' the man behind the troll factory

<b>(CNN) —</b> Yevgeny Prigozhin is a Russian oligarch dubbed "chef" to President Vladimir Putin by the Russian press. In 2002, he served caviar and truffles to President George W. Bush during a summit in St. Petersburg. Before that, he renovated a boat that became the city's most exclusive restaurant.<p>But …

Are you ‘phubbing’ right now? What it is and why science says it’s bad for your relationships

By Emma Seppälä<p>“Phubbing” is the practice of snubbing others in favor of our mobile phones. We’ve all been there, as either victim or perpetrator. We may no longer even notice when we’ve been phubbed (or are phubbing), it has become such a normal part of life. However, research is revealing the …

I’m Living With Depression, Not Fighting It

My depression has evolved as I've gotten older, and I've realized that the way I live with it needs to evolve too.<p><b>I’m sitting</b> in the bathtub. The water is hot-tub hot and neon orange, and the steam floating up smells like citrus. I have given myself permission to use the bath bomb that’s been in my …

Science says IQ may be the best predictor of your potential to excel at work — and no one wants to hear it

"The key for us, number one, has always been hiring very smart people," Bill Gates once said in an interview. "There is no way of getting around that in terms of IQ, you've got to be very elitist in picking the people who deserve to write software."<p>Gates was talking specifically about Microsoft, …

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