Hollywood has an Africa problem. The latest manifestation of this is the trailer of Will Smith’s new film, Concussion, in which Smith plays the real-life Nigerian pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu. In 2002,
Strong = Beautiful “I was teased for looking like a boy.” "I was taller than most of the boys when I was in elementary school." “I didn’t fill out tank tops the right way." These are just a few insecurities
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In case you haven't heard of it, Digit automatically saves a small amount of money that you won't even notice is missing from your checking account by regularly tracking your income and spending patterns.
One Cambridge, Massachusetts couple hopes to cut that age nearly in half and retreat to a rural homestead in Vermont by age 33. It's an ambitious, but doable, goal that "The Frugalwoods" — a software and
(CNN) — Administrators at an Alabama middle school showed "deliberate indifference" to allegations that a teacher's aide persuaded a girl to act as bait to catch an accused sexual predator, a federal of
Today at a big press conference, Samsung announced two new flagship phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and its new sibling, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. While a Note update was highly anticipated, the
We can't fully address the young country's failures with more peacekeepers or a power-sharing deal. Here's why Washington should launch a joint venture with Juba. Ahead of peace talks to resolve horrific
Jacob Atem has been through hell and back, twice. Two decades ago, he was one of the "Lost Boys of Sudan," part of that wave of Sudanese war orphans who wandered through East Africa in the 1990's, fleeing
A group of House Republicans is rejecting President Obama’s call for members to pass comprehensive immigration reform. In a letter to the White House, the group calls the legislation, already passed by
A medical superglue has been developed that has the potential to patch heart defects on the operating table or stop bleeding on the battlefield. The new adhesive may eventually replace stitches and staples
Sandra Grimes knew that one of her colleagues was a traitor - one of the biggest in US history, as it turned out. She helped put him in prison for the rest of his life. Her story is now told in a TV miniseries.
New Jersey-based illustrator Tim Jeffs has spent the past year trying to draw intricately detailed animal portraits with nothing more than pens and ink. Originally completing the spectacular sketchbook
Gallerist Veerle Wenes has sage advice for composing interior spaces: "People should choose objects for their home with passion,... Even if your living area is endowed with ample natural daylight, it's
Jeff Bezos, one of the wealthiest people in the world with a $22bn fortune made from Amazon.com, has been taking baby steps towards the journalism business for years. No longer content with timid approaches,
Apple has been notoriously disinterested in Washington politics. But two decisions coming from the Obama administration in the past few days indicate that Washington is increasingly interested in Apple.
By using a college degree as a requirement, employers are automatically overlooking people that are capable but have no degree. Ultimately, this isn't helping the employer, the workforce or the economy,
Security company FireEye filed to go public last week, joining only a handful of security companies to IPO in the last two years. FireEye monitors your company’s network by setting up virtual machines
SAN FRANCISCO — Start-up Aereo is enjoying the spotlight for its online TV service in the wake of a Time Warner Cable-CBS battle over fees that has left major markets with a CBS blackout. New York-based