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ISIS: Enslaving, having sex with 'unbelieving' women, girls is OK

Can you take non-Muslim women and children captive? Yes, says ISIS.<p>Can you have sex with them, even prepubescent girls? Yes, according to the Islamist extremist group.<p>Can you sell them or give them as gifts to others? The answer is yes, once again.<p>People in Mosul -- the Iraqi city now under control …

The Me Too House / LADAA

The building consists of four interconnected volumes each with a different height, thus reaching for the maximum integration with the topography of …

A Dialog Between Environments: City House in Auckland by Architex

We have spotted recently the work of Architex who have completed several interesting projects. One of them is a wonderful project in Auckland, New …

San Juan Cliffside House by Prentiss Architects

Prentiss Architects have designed the San Juan Cliffside house on San Juan Island, located in<br>Washington State.<p>Architect: Prentiss …

Architizer Journal: The Official Architizer Blog

These five winning projects of the 2018 A+Awards celebrate local materials, knowledge and craftsmans hip.<p>Enter now and get your project seen by millions.<p>Find the best brands for every architectural product and material.<p>Thatching is making a comeback.<p>Workshops are designed as spaces to tinker, …

L House / LAARQ

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Pichilemu is one of the main attractions in the country today as it brings many foreign surfers, that …

Bridge-Studio / hanrahanMeyers architects

Bridge-Studio is a new artist studio building in Easton, Pennsylvania, designed for a couple who are both artists and gallery owners in New York …

New and Used Car Reviews, Car News and Prices

Let's get you back to homebase.<p>Expert reviews, car-shopping advice, features and specs, free price quotes, and more—all in our Buyer's Guide.<p>Our unbiased take on the latest vehicles of all styles.<p>Up-to-the-minute scoops and car news. If you need to know it, you'll find it here.<p>Road trips, in-depth …

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The Okavango Delta: Trip of a Lifetime

In the Okavango every camp has its own attractions. At Duba Plains it’s the chance to see buffaloes en masse and the lions that prey on them. But what I remember most was a battle royal between lions and hyenas for possession of a dead hippo. In the end the lions won, by which time their faces were …

Articles about mid century renovation washington on Dwell.com - Dwell

Architect Janet Bloomberg infused a mid-century kitchen with her 21st-century taste to create a whimsical yet thoughtful new...<p>Among the vintage interior design trends, the mid-century modern designs of the 1950s are holding fast.<p>Bernhardt Design revives Charles Pollock’s long-dormant career with …

Articles about family friendly new york city apartment on Dwell.com - Dwell

A trip to New York City is inevitably a whirlwind, whether it's your first visit or your five hundredth.<p>With a series of community-minded projects, an architecture team sets out to revitalize New York City’s waterways.<p>The notion that all bachelors live in mismatched dorm-like apartments is …

Debates

Representing the sides<p>Moderator<p>Ana Lankes, The Economist<p>Ana Lankes is an assistant news editor at <i>The Economist</i> and works on the paper’s Open Future …

Northwestern University

Robert Mugabe: from liberation hero to villain to redeemed father of a nation? http://gu.com/p/3fmfd Robert Mugabe's land reform comes under fresh scrutiny http://gu.com/p/3fmg7 Robert Mugabe: a life in pictures http://gu.com/p/xatjf Photo: April 2005: Zimbabwe children hold cards making up a portrait of Mugabe during the 25th anniversary of independence celebrations at the national sports stadium in Harare Credit: Howard Burditt/Reuters

Silicon Valley vs. Detroit: The high-tech, super-connected car of the future is coming fast. But who is going to pay for it -- and who is going to profit? http://bit.ly/12g2UQA

The youngest woman in the world to make $1 billion on her own has announced she's giving most of her fortune away. Spanx mogul Sara Blakely becomes the first female billionaire to join the Gates-Buffett Giving Pledge http://bit.ly/12Q108h

The 10-Figure Touch: Meet the billionaires of the 2013 Midas List http://bit.ly/11SzmrM

Why Dictatorial CEOs Increasingly Put Their Companies at Risk (and What to Do About It) http://bit.ly/YthqVQ CEOs running midsize companies often have trouble with dictatorial style. Founders of firms in particular may come to believe that only they possess a valid vision, or are able to steer the ship as the organization grows. Even after such companies develop a few layers of management, the CEOs often continue to cast long shadows. Find more leadership insights on 'Rethinking Risk' http://bit.ly/15CPljZ

Forbes

Best career advice from CEOs: Follow your passion, master your craft, study history and philosophy for leadership lessons and live frugally. …

A new survey by Ask.com, an online question answering service, found that a majority of U.S. employees (61%) agree that loud colleagues are the biggest office distraction. 6 other things that will kill your productivity at work: http://bit.ly/YFXEc0

Forbes

How to become a billionaire (in 25 to 50 years): http://bit.ly/10qNdnO

Forbes

Last year, crowdsourcing company Quirky launched 121 new products, selling 2.3 million units through retailers like Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Best Buy. While stores sell 95% of its inventory, the company's invention farm is starting to churn out far more stuff than the pipeline can handle. So Quirky is moving quickly–and expensively–to build its own branded stores. http://bit.ly/10wmafI

The Safari Classic is the last great African rally. Started in 1953 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and held each November, the race runs from Mombasa, Kenya through Tanzania and back again. Get the full story: http://bit.ly/16lYQ6X