Harrison Haynes

11 Flips | 1 Magazine | @HarrisonHaynes | Keep up with Harrison Haynes on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Harrison Haynes”

Catalonia's Islamic extremism problem

Radical Islamists are more active in Barcelona than in most other Spanish cities. The reason lies partly in the autonomous nature of the government, …

‘Logan Lucky’: The Six Things You Need to Make a Perfect Heist Film

Head to the movies this weekend to see <i>Logan Lucky,</i> and you’ll see more than Steven Soderbergh ending his moviemaking retirement phase and returning …

Australia accuses New Zealand opposition of trying to bring down government

NZ Labour denies claims it was part of ‘conspiracy’ to reveal that deputy prime minister is a dual citizen, as Malcolm Turnbull’s majority hangs in the balance<p>Australia and New Zealand have become embroiled in an extraordinary diplomatic spat over claims the New Zealand opposition colluded with the …

Scientists assumed that patriarchy was only natural. Bonobos proved them wrong

My favorite exhibit at California’s San Diego zoo is the bonobo enclosure. Not because this is a ridiculously randy species (seriously, any age or sex will suffice). Not even because they, alongside chimpanzees, are the species most closely related to humans. But because they live in what some …

San Diego Zoo

It turns out there’s actually a scientific reason why dogs love humans

Dogs are humankind’s best friend because they’re loyal and adorable, but there’s also some science behind why your pooch is so loving.<p>New research …

Robot cop that fell in fountain insists it's not dead

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The world was gripped.<p>A robot cop was lying facedown in a fountain. Did he jump? Was he pushed? Was he trying to swim to safety?<p>Should you have been engaged the last few days, you might not have heard about …

To Die in Spring by Ralf Rothmann review – a brutal coming of age in Nazi Germany

The final weeks of the second world war are hauntingly portrayed in a German novel that bears comparison with Erich Maria Remarque and Günter Grass<p>March 1945, and Walter and Friedrich, young apprentices on a north German dairy farm, are drafted into the Waffen SS, serving out the final weeks of …

Remembrance Day

Pot Dispensaries Fight Crime, New Study Reveals

Why every neighborhood should welcome stoner business.<p>If you’re against marijuana dispensaries setting up shop on your block, you’re rooting for …

Queensland anti-corruption campaigner Jim Dodrill 'attacked' in bushland

A Queensland anti-corruption campaigner and his father say they were attacked by a group of men while walking in bushland west of Brisbane on the weekend.<p>Jim Dodrill and his father, Mitch, told police they were set upon by up to 20 men, some of them threatening their lives and others bashing them …

We'll Probably Have to Genetically Augment Our Bodies to Survive Mars


The real cost of a one-way ticket to the Red Planet.<p>When it comes to space travel, there's no shortage of enthusiasm to get humans to Mars, with …