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South Carolina town divided over role of race in police shooting

Bernard Bailey went to Town Hall to discuss his daughter's traffic ticket for a broken taillight. Within minutes, he was dead — the police chief shot him twice in the chest. A third bullet passed through his shoulder and into his head.<p>Almost as swiftly, news of the shooting coursed through this …

Justice

Halloween 2014: The best pumpkins and costumes of the spooky season - Telegraph

Rare Footage Captures Sperm Whales Sleeping Vertically

A pod of sperm whales are observed sleeping vertically, floating in a state of suspended animation. The clip is from the nature series <i>Big Blue</i> …

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Throwing Paint at a Ferrari

We’ve seen artist Fabian Oefner do some amazing things with space, time, and paint. His latest project involves a wind tunnel, UV paint, and a …

The Ohio State Marching Band’s Tribute To Classic Rock Made For A Tremendous Halftime Show

The Ohio State Marching Band was at it again during halftime of the Rutgers game. You may recall some of their earlier work this season, most notably their tribute to classic TV and <i>The Wizard of Oz</i>. But yesterday’s performance was truly something special. It featured classic rock songs from bands …

This photo shoot of a family living with a lion could only be from the 70's

1980s Wendy’s Employee Training Video Used Disco Song To Show the Proper Way to Prepare and Serve Their Chili Meal

In the 1980’s Wendy’s Restaurants used an interesting tactic to relate the the “young people” working in their stores – an original disco-style song …

Slice Is The World's Safest Box Cutter

Slice Box Cutter<p>Posted in Gear<p>Just when you thought a box cutter was <i>just</i> a box cutter, Slice hit the scene, and this thing is really looking to shake …

11 Detox Baths That Aren't Messing Around

Detox baths may be a bit of a fad, but that doesn't mean they're baloney. If you're sick of everyone talking about them, then we challenge you to …

Alternative Medicine

Bed-Bug Madness: The Psychological Toll of the Blood Suckers

Researchers are starting to explain the anxiety many victims feel.<p>Right now, everything I own is in garbage bags piled up in the middle of my kitchen and bathroom and filling my shower. It's been that way for a week and a half and will continue to be so for at least another week on top of that. If …

34 Adorable Baby Halloween Costumes The Whole World Needs To See

HuffPost Parents featured 39 baby Halloween costumes that were the cutest of the cute, and asked our readers to share their own Halloween photos. The pictures we received were collectively adorable, and we couldn't resist showing you even <i>more</i> baby costumes (not that you're complaining).<p>Without …

The 8 Best Bedtime Snacks for Weight Loss

Food that helps you sleep like a baby...without making you bloated in the a.m.<p>Just so you know: While Women's Health editors independently select all products we feature, product links may be from affiliate partners. That means if you buy something, Women's Health gets a portion of the …

Artist Carol Milne Knits with Glass | Colossal

<p>When first contemplating these glass sculptures by Seattle-based artist Carol Milne, your imagination runs wild trying to figure out how she does …

Why Is Aluminum Foil Shiny on One Side But Not the Other?

(Photo: Jason Eppink)<p>If you examine a typical roll of aluminum foil, you'll notice that one side is shiny, but the other is not. Why is that? Melissa …

Milky Way photo: The galactic center by Robert Gendler.

The sheer scale of space is overwhelming. Oh, sure, we have words to make it more palatable, like “light-years”—as if a distance of 10 <i>trillion</i> …

Google makes us all dumber: The neuroscience of search engines

As search engines get better, we become lazier. We’re hooked on easy answers and undervalue asking good questions<p>In 1964, Pablo Picasso was asked by an interviewer about the new electronic calculating machines, soon to become known as computers. He replied, “But they are useless. They can only give …

Robert Downey Jr. Has “Screen Envy” of Benedict Cumberbatch, and More Random Things We Learned About the Iron Man Star

As it turns out, <b>Robert Downey Jr.</b> is just as delightful on the Internet as he is on the screen and in print. Just as speculation ramps up that the actor may reprise the role of Iron Man for a fourth movie with Marvel, the two-time Oscar nominee jumped on Reddit this morning to promote his next …

Nixie: A Tiny Flying Camera Drone You Wear On Your Wrist

If the idea of a wearable camera drone seems downright strange to you, you’re probably not alone, but a new wrist-mounted flying concept camera …

Kids Try Caviar, Are Definitely Not The Biggest Fans

You put kids and caviar in the same space, and you're bound to get a visceral reaction -- which is exactly what happens here.<p>In this latest episode of the Fine Brothers' "Kids React" series, a group of youngsters take on caviar, to try, examine and discuss.<p>At first, some don't know what they're …

Priceless Reactions of People as They Get Hit by a Taser

Getting Tasered is by no means anything but pleasant. A Taser is a specific brand for electroshock weapons or a conductive electrical weapon or CEW …

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ThinkGeek is selling a miniature Flux Capacitor for charging your devices

If you need a new car charger for your devices, ThinkGeek is selling a great miniature Flux Capacitor that fits the bill. The product originally …

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Multitasking may be affecting the density of your grey-matter

Reading this article on a laptop while watching TV and idly scrolling through tweets on your phone? You're a multitasker, and it may be changing the structure of your brain. New research from the University of Sussex suggests that people who simultaneously use multiple media devices on a regular …