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Giant portrait of toddler peers over U.S.-Mexico border wall

A photo of a giant toddler stands in Mexico and peers over a steel wall dividing the country from the United States.<p>The boy appears to grip the barrier with his fingers, leaving the impression the entire thing could be toppled with a giggle.<p>A French artist who goes by the moniker "JR" erected the …

Sofia Coppola Defends Erasure of Slavery in Civil War-Era 'The Beguiled'

“…it has been disheartening to hear my artistic choices, grounded in historical facts, being characterized as insensitive when my intention was the …

Apple Drafts More Everyday People for New Shot on iPhone Campaign

Location: Oishi Kougen, Wakayama, Japan Subject: Friend, Megumi Koseko. Photograph shot with iPhone 6s, used Snapseed,<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Koichi Miyase<p>1 of …

6 Things the Happiest Families All Have in Common

Family life is hectic. Most of us play it by ear and hope it works out well.<p>Or maybe you haven’t started a family yet but when you do you want to do …

How the FBI became the world's largest distributor of child sex abuse imagery

For 12 days between February and March, 2015, the FBI was the world’s largest peddler of images and video depicting child sexual abuse on the internet.<p>In an attempt to catch criminals uploading, viewing, sharing and downloading these files, the US government authorized members of the FBI to run an …

Teen charged with four counts of murder in Canada shooting

Hundreds of people have attended a church vigil in memory of the four victims of Friday’s school shooting in the remote community of La Loche in Saskatchewan.<p>A 17-year-old boy who cannot be named under Canadian law because he is under 18, has briefly appeared in court to be remanded in custody.He …

Photographer follows refugees’ path to tell a complex story

“This was a journey fraught with danger and mired with uncertainty.”<p>As record numbers of refugees began arriving on Europe’s shores this year, the …

Look inside a houseboat designed for a family that wanted to be living and floating on the water

BYTR architecten designed this houseboat, located on a canal in Utrecht, The Netherlands.<p>When asked by their clients to design the ark, they …

UFO-Inspired Dome House Can Rotate to Let Sunlight in From Multiple Angles

Nestled in the middle of a 28-acre forest in New Paltz, New York sits a spectacular wooden geodesic dome house, reminiscent of a UFO that has freshly landed on Earth. This unconventional dwelling was created using a 2,300-square-foot prefab kit by the French company Solaleya. It's one of 200</i> …

Father and Son Convert Old School Bus into Mobile Tiny Home for Cross-Country Road Trip

Patrick Schmidt quit his job, bought a 1990 school bus from a California church, and aimed to create a skoolie: a school bus that's revamped for non-school purposes. When he first bought the bus in March, he decided to name it “Big Blue” and then drove it to his parents' Las Vegas home. With help …

The Week in Pictures: Sept. 17 - 24

Eid al-Adha

Today in Pictures: September 24

Pope Francis

Competitive video gaming is set to return to TV in 2016

Ten years ago, in the early days of competitive video gaming,<p>MTV, USA Network, DirecTV and others started televising top-tier matches.<p>The idea flopped — the contests were trendy, but not yet a megatrend.<p>Today, spectators are buying tickets to gaming tournaments held in arenas, and the TV cameras …

The Best of the Best from London Fashion Week Spring 2016

Images From Offworld

Robotic probes launched by NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and others are gathering information all across the solar system. We currently have spacecraft in orbit around the Sun, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, a comet, and Saturn; two operational rovers on Mars; and a recent close flyby of Pluto …

Here are 5 things you may regret at the end of your life, from a nurse who works with the dying.

You might think watching people die would depress a person. It actually taught her how to live.<p>Bronnie Ware spent years as a palliative care nurse, …

Police: North Carolina Girl Dies After Dad Tries to Drown Kids in Pond

Crime & Courts<p>DURHAM, N.C. — A 3-year-old girl died after her father tried to drown her and her siblings in an apartment complex pond, police said Wednesday.<p>Durham Police spokeswoman Kammie Michael said the girl died three days after her fully submerged body was pulled from the pond by an off-duty …

To Catch A Bomb-Maker

This is the story of a little-known FBI forensics lab and how it changed the war on terror<p>The insurgent began with a cordless phone—one of the knockoffs of a Chinese-built Senao so popular in northern Iraq. Hunched over a worktable somewhere near the refinery town of Baiji, about 150 miles north of …

5 Mistakes That Will Cause Your Pursuit of Happiness to Backfire

There are a lot of advantages to being a happy person. Studies consistently show happy people enjoy benefits ranging from better relationships and improved health to enhanced creativity and better problem-solving skills.<p>It seems as though people are trying harder than ever to be happy these days. …

How S’well Designed Its Way Into 3,300 Starbucks Stores

The fashionable water bottle has caught the eye of the world’s largest coffee maker.<p>Anyone who makes a product wants to get it in front of the eyes of as many people as possible. It’s why product makers cozy up to retailers, hoping to secure just a few inches of precious shelf space to show their …

Virginia Students Suspended After Protesting Confederate Flag Ban

U.S. news<p>More than 20 students at a southwestern Virginia high school were suspended Thursday after wearing clothing bearing the Confederate flag in protest of school policy.<p>Twenty-four students arrived at Christiansburg High School Thursday morning wearing the Confederate flag, which is against …

High School

How to Be Happy When Everything Goes Wrong

This story originally appeared on james clear<p>In the summer of 2010, Rachelle Friedman was preparing for one of the best periods of her life. She was recently engaged, surrounded by her best friends, and enjoying her bachelorette party.<p>Friedman and her friends were spending the day at the pool when …

Today in Pictures : September 17

Hillary Clinton

Egyptian forces mistakenly shoot tourists, killing 12; U.S. citizens among wounded

Egyptian forces hunting militants in the country's western desert mistakenly opened fire on Mexican tourists on safari, killing 12 people and dealing a further blow to the government's efforts to project an image of stability as it fights an increasingly powerful insurgency, officials said …

7 key questions about our newly discovered human ancestor, answered

In groundbreaking new research published on Thursday, a new species of human relative has been discovered in South Africa. The findings, published in …

9/10: The Day Before

<i>This essay was originally published in</i> Gear <i>in 2002. It has been republished here with permission from publisher Bob Guccione Jr.</i><p>On <i>Good Morning …

World Trade Center

Today in Pictures: September 9

Human Rights

Russia Building Major Military Base Near Ukrainian Border: Report

World<p>Russia has started to build a huge military base housing ammunition depots and barracks for several thousand soldiers near the Ukrainian border, a project that suggests the Kremlin is digging in for a prolonged stand-off with Kiev.<p>The base, when completed, will even have its own swimming pool, …

College Rankings Are Out, and Princeton Tops the List Again

Princeton University is still sitting pretty atop U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of colleges, the magazine announced Wednesday.<p>The elite New Jersey school has held its coveted position for three years in a row, consistently ranking ahead of Harvard (number two) and Yale, in third. …