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Trump's 1990 Playboy interview perfectly lays out his view of the world

Although reading a quarter-century old article from Playboy in preparation for talks may at first seem to be somewhat unorthodox, in the interview Trump discusses many talking points about foreign policy and economics similar to those he pitched during his campaign for the White House.<p>At the time, …

A Pharaoh's Boat Tomb Has Been Unearthed in One of Ancient Egypt's Oldest Cities

This is magnificent.<p>Just west of the Nile, in one of the most important ancient sites in Egypt, archaeologists have uncovered a royal boat tomb, …

Clinton And Trump Have Radically Different Positions On LGBTQ Rights

LBGTQ rights is one area in which the presidential candidates differ radically. While Hillary Clinton promotes expansion of rights and protections …

14 Entirely Too Specific Netflix Hidden Categories

Ever since word began circulating that Netflix had a “secret” laundry list of content categories that allows the service to sort their films to …

Etching-Inspired Tattoos by Robert Pavez

Robert Pavez is a self-trained tattoo artist whose formal training lies in graphic design—which is also where his career started. From 2007 to 2014 …

Meet the United States' somewhat disputed emperor

For years, the extent (and even the existence) of American imperialism has been the subject of vigorous national debate—a debate that so far, has ignored the most salient evidence: the Emperor of the United States, Joshua Abraham Norton of San Francisco.<p>It's hard to deny a nation-state is an empire …

The First Promo for Syfy's Creepypasta TV Series May Actually Give You Nightmares

The first six-episode cycle of Syfy’s new horror anthology series, <i>Channel Zero</i>, takes inspiration from the creepypasta story <i>Candle Cove</i>, about a …

Horror

Teleportation of light particles across cities in China and Canada a 'technological breakthrough' - Science News - ABC News

Scientists have shown they can teleport photons across a city, a development that has been hailed as "a technological breakthrough".<p>Teleportation key …

A 100-year solar storm could fry our power grids — these are the places most at risk

The sun is the source of nearly all life on Earth. It will also doom our feeble planet in about 1 billion years.<p>Until then, while the star is still technically on our side, we'll have to worry about giant storms of charged particles that it burps off its roiling, plasmatic surface.<p>Each blast of …

These are the four most common personality types – which are you?

No two humans are exactly alike but researchers believe there are just a few main personality types most of us can be classified into.<p>A study on human behaviour has revealed that 90 per cent of us can be classified into just four basic personality types.<p>The different personality types, according to …

Psychology

Exceptionally well-preserved fossil of complete mammoth skull raises questions - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

This week a team of scientists unearthed an exceptionally well preserved fossil of a complete mammoth skull from an eroding stream bank on Santa Rosa …

LGBTQ Palm Springs: Like Priscilla Queen of the Desert, But Better.

More than 30,000 attendees pack the White Party in Palm Springs. (Photo: Lisa Werner / Alamy)<p>Drive two-hours from Los Angeles or San Diego and you’ll …

Can you spot the tiny Saturn moon in this NASA photo?

The internet loves a good spot-the-object challenge, like finding birds in a tree or figuring out what's so weird about this brick wall.<p>NASA offers up its own version of an eye-puzzler with an image snapped by the Cassini spacecraft showing Saturn's rings. Look closely and you should be able to …

Astronomy

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Pope honoring French priest: Killing in God's name 'satanic'

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis honored the French priest who was killed by Islamic extremists while celebrating Mass, calling him a martyr on …

US destroys 'Islamic State' chemical weapons plant in Iraq

US warplanes have destroyed an "Islamic State" chemical weapons production facility near the Iraqi city of Mosul. IS has been accused of using …

Rethinking madness: inside the world's oldest mental asylum

For years, the term 'asylum' has evoked images of chaos and cruelty – in spite of the mental health community's attempts to give it new meaning. Examining 700 years of history at the world's oldest psychiatric hospital, Bethlem, a new exhibition intends to set things straight.<p><i>By Guy Kelly,</i> …

Mental Health

5 Best Beaches in California Photos

Generations of musicians have sung the praises of California and its sandy, sunny beaches. And it’s no wonder. With thousands of miles of shoreline and an average of just 20 inches of rainfall per year, California is one of the country’s preeminent beach-vacation destinations. But with all those …

Santa Monica

11 Craziest Changes in DC's Injustice Universe

This isn't the DC Universe you know.<p>Of the many alternate universes that make up DC's vast multiverse, few are as fascinating as the world of …

Medieval ice skates and a 1,800-year-old dog skull: 17 archaeological treasures from the Museum of London

In 1975, the General Post Office on Newgate Street became one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London. Now some of its most prized …

‘La La Land’ Set to Open Chicago Film Festival – Variety

The Chicago International Film Festival will open with the Emma Stone-Ryan Gosling musical “La La Land” on Oct. 13 and close with Amy Adams’ sci-fi …

La La Land

'Captain America' director explains a potential problem in the roll-out for 'Justice League'

But it wasn't successful just because it had Iron Man, Captain America, and a bunch of other flashy Marvel superheroes in it. And it's something future ensemble movies like "Justice League" should remember.<p>When you're watching the commentary for "Civil War," which is out on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, …

A New Map Will Help Predict Earth's Response to Space Weather

Helping the Earth combat solar storms<p>Most of us might regard the sun as a quiet, passive disk blazing in the sky, but it’s extremely active, constantly launching streams of plasma and charged particles toward Earth. Luckily for us, Earth’s magnetic field mostly deflects that angry firehose, but …

Earth Science

Reducing the Painkiller Supply Could Make America's Opioid Problem Even Deadlier

We know from a century of prohibition that cutting down the supply of a desired drug tends to encourage stronger, shadier alternatives.<p><b>Get the VICE App on iOS and Android.</b><p>In an unprecedented move intended to help ease America's opioid overdose epidemic, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy sent a letter to …

Hollywood Porn Stars: 5 Actors Who Started Their Careers In Porn

Everybody has their Ups and Downs in their life. Sometimes we need to do something that we are never proud of. Like common people, our favourite …

Perfect LEGO Wild Animals

Felix Jaensch is German and has real skills to reproduce shapes and textures with LEGO. He indeed created a collection of nice wild animals with …

JonBenet Ramsey: What to Know About the Beauty Queen’s Murder 20 Years Later

Nearly 20 years after the shocking death of a 6-year-old beauty queen piqued the public’s interest and plunged her closest family members under a …

See the Giant Crack That Could Collapse Part of an Antarctic Ice Shelf

A large crack in an Antarctic ice shelf has grown by 13 miles in the past six months, threatening to detach an area of ice larger than …

The George W. Bush White House ‘Lost’ 22 Million Emails

U.S. George W. Bush Email Hillary Clinton Email<p>For 18 months, Republican strategists, political pundits, reporters and Americans who follow them have …

The PATRIOT Act’s ugly legacy: The US normalized xenophobia after 9/11, and planted the seeds for Trump’s rise

After 9/11, the George W. Bush administration decided I was dangerous, based on nothing more than where I was born<p>On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was asleep. Never being one for early rising unless I had to, I would be asleep for at least another two hours if my mother hadn’t called to tell …