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David Bowie Dead: Fans Share Stunning Illustration Of Singer Through The Years As They Mourn His Death

David Bowie fans are mourning the loss of an icon today (Monday 11 January), after it was announced that the singer had died following an 18-month …

David Bowie

4 Jokes About Mental Illness You Need to Stop Making

Person 1: <i>Someone forgot their meds this morning! Lol!</i><p>Person 2: <i>Someone else forgot that someone listening takes meds and thinks this joke is offensive! Lol!</i><p>Don't get me wrong, I think humor is incredibly therapeutic. Even during my darkest times I was cracking jokes. A good, authentic laugh during a …

The 14 worst Christmas movies of all time

But then there are the holiday duds: the fruitcakes of Hollywood that some may love with an inexplicable guilty pleasure, or love to groan at whenever they come on.<p>We decided to check out Rotten Tomatoes and see what some of the lowest-rate holiday releases were.<p>Scroll down to see if your favorite …

12 Rarest Medical Conditions The World Has Ever Seen

It's mind-boggling how much luck goes into creating a healthy human being.<p>With only a slight mutation of a very small strand of genetic information, …

Obama vetoes anti-climate change measures passed by Congress

HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama has vetoed two measures that would have blocked steps that his administration is taking to address climate …

21 reasons you're not rich

Michael Loccisano / Getty Images<p>Everyone says they want to be rich, and there’s certainly enough advice out there on how to acquire more money.<p>But what about the reasons you’re <i>not</i> rich? What’s really holding you back?<p>It’s easy to tell someone how to do something, but chances are they aren’t going …

The 11 biggest questions we have after seeing 'Star Wars'

The day has finally come! "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is finally out in theaters.<p>Fans who headed out on premiere night to see the film are undoubtedly left with more questions than answers about Rey, Kylo Ren, and Luke Skywalker.<p>These are the biggest questions we have after seeing "The Force …

George W. Bush vs. Al Gore, 15 years later: We really did inaugurate the wrong guy

On the anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that installed W., a look back at all the mistakes along the way<p>Bush v. Gore is the US Supreme Court decision that has been credited with—or blamed for—ending the 2000 presidential election with its interrupted recount still unfinished. Bush and Gore, …

Where the Super Rich Live in America in 2015

The United States is the richest, and most unequal, country in the world. And the money keeps rolling in, according to Capgemini’s new U.S. Wealth …

See What 9 Nutritionists Eat for Lunch on the Reg

Brown-bagging it just got way less boring.

Terror manhunt: Car linked to Paris suspect found

Authorities are searching for a second terrorist who they now believe survived the bloody attack that left scores dead in Paris last week.<p>Police sources told Agence France-Presse and the Associated Press that video confirmed the existence of a ninth Paris attacker. Seven terrorists died in the …

French Trying to Determine If Mastermind of Paris Attacks Was Killed in Raid

Operation launched following a tip that Islamic State operative Abdelhamid Abaaoud was in the apartment<p>PARIS—French police were working to establish late Wednesday whether the presumed mastermind of the Paris terror attacks was among the dead after police rained more than 5,000 rounds of ammunition …

Paris Attacks

Who is Abdelhamid Abaaoud, suspected ringleader of the Paris terror attack?

<b>(CNN) —</b> Even in death, Abdelhamid Abaaoud was hard to pin down.<p>It took investigators a day to confirm the suspected ringleader of last week's terror attacks in Paris was dead.<p>He was killed in a police raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis on Wednesday. His identity was confirmed via prints from …

Paris Attacks Prompt Renewed Calls for Tougher ISIS Strategy

By killing dozens of people in Paris on Friday, ISIS showed the world its intention of bringing its terrorism to the West.<p>President Obama said he saw little reason to change his current approach, which relies on a combination of airstrikes, training of local anti-ISIS forces and cutting off the …

The Illusion of Inclusion: How We Are Failing Students with Learning Disabilities

The education world is abuzz trying to make sense of disheartening findings that, since 2013, scores in reading and math have gone down or remained stagnant across fourth and eighth grades. What we aren't talking about, however, is the performance of students with disabilities, who continue to lack …

A famous British philosopher says this nightly exercise is better than a sleeping pill

The Swiss-British philosopher Alain de Botton has made a career of bringing high-minded philosophical concepts to the masses with best-selling books like 1997's "How Proust Can Change Your Life" and 2006's "The Architecture of Happiness."<p>In his quest to help others find what makes them feel …

12 Habits That Set Ultra Successful People Apart

Ultra successful people delight themselves by blowing their personal goals out of the water. Here's what sets them apart.<p>A study at Strayer University found that most people think success is about achieving your personal goals.<p>Ultra successful people delight themselves by blowing their personal …

Self-improvement

Do You Know The Easiest Way to Lose Weight?

Not long ago, my daily life was in really bad shape. I was sleeping anywhere between 3am to 6am on average, and on the really bad days I wouldn’t …

Productivity

ISIS soldiers told to rape women 'to make them Muslim'

<b>Lalish, Iraq (CNN) —</b> Sitting on a shabby green sofa somewhere in the ISIS-controlled city of Mosul, Iraq, the militants laugh and joke as one of them films their excited chatter.<p>"Today is the female sex slave market day, which has been ordained," explains a skinny, black-clad Jihadi, gesturing at …

Yazidis

Scientists find DNA differences between gay men and their straight twin brothers

For men, new research suggests that clues to sexual orientation may lie not just in the genes, but in the spaces between the DNA, where molecular marks instruct genes when to turn on and off and how strongly to express themselves.<p>On Thursday, UCLA molecular biologist Tuck C. Ngun reported that in …

What People REALLY Want In A Dating Partner

<b>No matter how many times Life in the Boomer Lane (or anyone else) writes about the characteristics people look for in relationships, those actually looking for relationships will read it</b> LBL is starting to think that, in the category of "hope springs eternal," humans believe that if enough studies …

DNA At the Fringes: Twins, Chimerism, and Synthetic DNA

DNA tests are thought to be conclusive proof—of crime, of family relation—but in some cases, our genetic material acts in mysterious ways.<p>Plenty of …

Genetics

4% of people hear music in a completely different way — and it tells us something fascinating about the brain

To an estimated 4% of the world, that's what the stuff we call music sounds like.<p>These people are tone-deaf, a disorder known as congenital amusia. People who are really tone-deaf aren't just bad at karaoke: They can't pick out differences in pitch, the quality of music we're referring to when we …

DNA from 4,500-year-old Ethiopian reveals surprise about ancestry of Africans

DNA from a man who lived in Ethiopia about 4,500 years ago is prompting scientists to rethink the history of human migration in Africa.<p>Until now, the conventional wisdom had been that the first groups of modern humans left Africa roughly 70,000 years ago, stopping in the Middle East en route to …

Stephen Hawking is a theoretical physics genius, but the mystery he finds most intriguing is women

Hawking has been outspoken about the dangers of AI, which he has warned "could spell the end of the human race."<p>He himself uses a primitive form of AI to produce his characteristic robotic speech, since he suffers from a motor-neuron disease similar to ALS.<p>Here are a few of the best questions and …

5 Ways You're Making Yourself Dumber

Intelligence isn't fixed. That can work against you if you frequently do these things.<p>Intelligence, a giant pile of science shows, isn't fixed. There are a whole host of things both large and small you can do to make yourself smarter.<p>That's the good news. What's the bad?<p>If your IQ score isn't the …

Research

2 men were just awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for unlocking the secrets of the strangest particle in the universe

The prize goes jointly to Takaaki Kajita of the University of Tokyo in Japan and Arthur B. McDonald of Queen's University in Kingston, Canada "for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass."<p>The two recipients were leaders of two major underground neutrino …

Want to lose weight? 10 easy ways to improve your diet

As the country's most senior doctor, Dame Sally Davies, warns <b>obesity poses such a threat to the country that it should be treated as "national risk" alongside terrorism</b>, we've rounded up 10 ways for you to revamp youR diet - without changing your lifestyle too drastically.<p>Swap your orange juice for …

All the unhealthy things looking at a smartphone before bed does to your brain and body

It may be hard to stop, but looking at your phone at night is a terrible idea.<p>Smartphone screens emit bright blue light so you can see them even at the sunniest times of day.<p>But at night, your brain gets confused by that light, as it mimics the brightness of the sun. This causes the brain to stop …