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DREAMer speaks out on immigration, gets arrested by ICE

<b>(CNN) —</b> She spoke out on behalf of young undocumented immigrants like herself who want legal status. Now she's in the custody of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.<p>Daniela Vargas, 22, was arrested Wednesday after sharing her family's story -- including her father and brother's arrest last month …

Immigration

Why rejection hurts so much — and what you can do to ease the pain

Whether the rejection is large or small, it still hurts, and it's often more painful than we expect.<p>Psychologist Guy Winch is the author of the book 'Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure, and Other Everyday Hurts,' which outlines why we feel so bad when we're rejected and what we …

Ask Ethan: How Can I Travel Through Space Without Getting Into Trouble?

Whether it was NASA, <i>Star Trek</i> or Einstein that first inspired you, space travel offers some incredible possibilities for us all. The idea of rocketing or beaming into space and traveling interplanetary or interstellar distances is a dream many of us have considered, but we still have the laws of …

Physics

A Mathematician Might’ve Created an Anti-Tsunami Cannon That Could Save Millions Of Lives

A mathematician might’ve figured out how to stop tsunamis in their tracks… or at least dampen their power. Image: Sean Davey<p><b>Back in 2004, I was in</b> …

Saya: Big ambitions for Japanese 'digital daughter'

<b>Last year a new Japanese celebrity burst onto the scene. But "Saya" was a different kind of star, because she is the product of a Tokyo computer lab. And like all "parents", her creators have big ambitions for her, writes the BBC's Yvette Tan.</b><p>"'I think I've seen her somewhere' or 'She looks like …

There’s a devastatingly simple explanation for America’s economic mess

Ever since the financial crisis, the U.S. economy has grown at a stubbornly slow rate, far less than the 3 percent that was widely considered a sign of good health. This disappointing outcome — the Federal Reserve expects the economy to grow only about 1.8 percent this year — has been blamed by …

Economics

A 26-year-old with nearly $150,000 in the bank says this is the 'smartest investment' he's made

In fact, he's been curious about saving and investing since before he could even drive a car.<p>Inspired by an eighth-grade teacher who taught him about compound interest, as well as his grandfather — who was incredibly frugal and retired with $1.2 million in investments — Sean started saving any …

The Men That Don't Fit In by Robert W. Service

There's a race of men that don't fit in,<p>A race that can't stay still;<p>So they break the hearts of kith and kin,<p>And they roam the world at will.<p>They …

Roam

7 Habits of a Self-Made Millennial Millionaire

Changing your life starts with the small, consistent changes you make day to day.<p>Entrepreneur, angel investor, self-made millionaire at 24<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Many of the world’s greatest thinkers, creators, and innovators have been defined by their routines …

Neuroscience confirms that to be truly happy, you will always need something more

What’s the sign of a life well lived? If you were to judge by LinkedIn resumes alone, you might be impressed by prestigious job titles and accolades. But in person, the importance of these formal achievements quickly fades away. Regardless of career success, there can be something very dispiriting, …

Neuroscience

I'm in Love

The marijuana industry is in a 'catch-22'

Last week, the nascent marijuana industry in California scored a huge victory: The Department of Justice dropped its four-year attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center, the largest medical-marijuana dispensary in the country.<p>But the industry still faces "monumental challenges" to doing …

Alcohol sales fall for first time in nearly 20 years

People simply aren't drinking as much as they used to.<p>Global sales of alcohol fell in 2015 for the first time since market research firm Euromonitor International started keeping records in 2001.<p>In fact, you probably have to go back to the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s to find the last …

Alcohol

The Truth About Nitrates, Nitrites, and Cancer | Men's Health

The notion stems from a 1970’s study showing sodium nitrite causes cancer in lab rats.<p>The problem? The study was complete bunk, and scientists quickly discredited it.<p>Since then, no study has shown a link between nitrites or nitrates and cancer in humans. And the National Academy of Sciences, the …

This scientist just changed how we think about climate change with one GIF

Ed Hawkins spends his days doing, you know, climate science. A professor at the University of Reading in the UK, he has published widely on the overturning circulation in the north Atlantic Ocean, as well as trends for sea ice in the Arctic and how to predict future temperatures, among other …

Climate Change

Fossilised stardust could hold secret to origins of life on Earth...and beyond

2.7 billion years ago a tiny speck of iron entered the Earth’s atmosphere and fell to the surface where it became trapped in sediment, and was eventually fossilised.<p>Now this minute particle of cosmic dust, the oldest ever found, could help scientists to explain how oxygen-breathing life came to …