Kristen Stevens

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From Kim Jong-un to Kim Kardashian – the world's most powerful millennials

From Kim Kardashian to Kim Jong-un, we look at some of the biggest movers and shakers aged 20-35<p>For some, millennials are the cursed generation who would prefer to concentrate on taking 2,000 selfies a year than anything else.<p>For others, including many millennials themselves, they are the …

'Shopping while black': Marketplace finds some shoppers targeted by retailers because of race

It's called "shopping while black." When the colour of your skin can get you increased attention from a store's security guards. And it seems to …

‘Nut job,’ ‘wacko’: How Donald Trump’s put-downs may impact mental health stigma

When Donald Trump disparaged Mexican immigrants, women, prisoners of war, Muslims, and briefly even Pope Francis, his comments were roundly dissected …

Alleged Nazi war criminal wins reprieve against deportation

Helmut Oberlander, 92, was in death squad estimated to have killed 23,000 civilians and has lived in Canada since 1954<p>A 92-year-old man who served with a Nazi death squad has won a fresh reprieve in his 20-year legal battle against deportation from Canada.<p>Helmut Oberlander was part of the Nazi …

What Kesha's unbreakable contract says about how courts approach rape cases

To fans and supporters of pop idol Kesha, Friday's court ruling seemed unthinkable: New York Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich effectively forced Kesha to continue working with the man she says raped her.<p>The case is a bit more complicated than that. But that doesn't necessarily make the …

Want to form a new habit? Don't overthink

To pick up a new habit, try not to think about it too hard.<p>New findings suggest that deliberately planning to learn a task makes it less likely that the new activity will become automatic. The reason, said study researcher Jennifer Labrecque, a psychologist at the University of Southern California, …

Maybe It’s Time to Take Animal Feelings Seriously

Dogs can read human emotions. So, it appears, can horses. Whales have regional accents. Ravens have demonstrated that they might be able to guess at …