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Last night, there was yet another tragic mass shooting in the US, when a 58-year-old man killed two civilians and injured nine in Lafayette, Louisiana, before killing himself. The incident, which unfolded
From Bertrand Russell to the Buddha, or why you should spend a weekend reading the Qur’an. On an excellent recent episode of The Tim Ferriss Show — one of these nine podcasts for a fuller life — neuroscientist
One of the most talked-about side effects of the deal is the reentry of Iranian crude on the global markets. Interestingly, although Iran has a huge amount of oil, the Islamic republic doesn't even make
Millions of America's young people are really struggling financially. Around 30 percent are living with their parents, and many others are coping with stagnant wages, underemployment, and sky-high rent.
At the stern of the Tara, a shipping container was bolted to the deck, with a door and a tiny window cut through the metal walls. One of the scientists, Melissa Duhaime, spent most of the voyage inside
Nutrition experts dole out a ton of advice about how to eat well—and, most importantly, not lose your mind doing it. But there are some tips that stand the test of time, and that experts themselves follow.
According to Philips, the answer may be indoor farms that grow plants with LEDs. The company has recently opened its GrowWise City indoor farm in the Netherlands, and the facility has the potential to
After 12 years as a trainer, I know that having a training plan is crucial. A plan keeps you focused, allows you to track your progress and gives you objective data to understand why you are, or are not,