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Introduction to Psychology: A Free Course from Yale University

Taught by Yale professor Paul Bloom, this course presents an Introduction to Psychology and tries to explain what makes us tick:<p>What do your dreams …

AP FACT CHECK: Claims in the VP debate

WASHINGTON (AP) — Not all the claims in the vice presidential debate stand up to scrutiny. A look at some of them and how they compare with the facts:<p>…

NASA's Juno Arrives At Jupiter To Lift Its Cloudy Veil – But First It Must Survive The Hostile Environment

A burst of flame will streak across the skies of Jupiter in the early hours of July 5 as humankind’s newest robotic explorer arrives at the giant …

Found: Traces of Some of the Oldest Stars in the Universe

Japanese scientists have discovered a star they believe to be made from the remnants of one of the oldest stars in the universe—and one that was more than 100 times more massive than the sun.<p><b>Astronomers have found evidence</b> of one of the very first stars. Not only that, but this star also had a …

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This offer has expired!<p>Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily.<p>The Daily Deal Roundup pulls the best <i>Daily Deals (meaning you only have until Midnight)</i> from our <b>Daily Deal</b> finder every morning at …

Sugar: the evolution of a forbidden fruit

Sweetness was meant to be irresistible.<p>We are born with a sweet tooth. Babies drink in sugar with their mother’s milk. Sweetness represents an instant energy boost, a fuel that kept our ancestors going in a harsher world where taste buds evolved to distinguish health-giving ripeness and freshness …

Steven Pinker: 10 'grammar rules' it's OK to break (sometimes)

Among the many challenges of writing is dealing with rules of correct usage: whether to worry about split infinitives, fused participles, and the meanings of words such as "fortuitous", "decimate" and "comprise". Supposedly a writer has to choose between two radically different approaches to these …

Bill Clinton: America has 'barely scratched the surface' on African investment

<b>Washington (CNN) –</b> With the vast majority of African leaders in town for a White House summit on the future of the continent, former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that partnering with African business is a "massive opportunity for American business."<p>Clinton, who moderated the opening panel at …

With Men's Y Chromosome, Size Really May Not Matter

Basic biology has it that girls are girls because they have two X chromosomes — the things inside cells that carry our genes. Boys are boys because they have one X and one Y. Recently, though, there's been a lot of debate in scientific circles about the fate of that Y chromosome — the genetic basis …

Hillary Clinton Rips Into Dick Cheney For Obama Criticism

Clinton, a leading potential presidential contender in 2016, told Fusion host Jorge Ramos that Cheney had a far worse record.<p>"He should have been talking about himself, shouldn't he?" Clinton said of Cheney, according to an interview segment published online Monday evening.<p>In his op-ed, Cheney …

The ultimate comeback: Bringing the dead back to life

A radical procedure that involves replacing a patient's blood with cold salt water could retrieve people from the brink of death, says David Robson.<p>“When you are at 10C, with no brain activity, no heartbeat, no blood – everyone would agree that you’re dead,” says Peter Rhee at the University of …

Why Benjamin Netanyahu Should Be Very, Very Worried

Chris Wal­lace of <i>Fox News Sunday</i> asked Ben­jamin Net­an­yahu wheth­er he was wor­ried about “a third in­ti­fada.” The Is­raeli prime min­is­ter …

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The Science Of Bisexuality

It's complicated.<p>Bisexual folks have an image problem in America. Could science help?<p>A new feature, published in the <i>New York Times Magazine</i>, follows the efforts of the American Institute of Bisexuality to fund scientific studies on bisexuals. The institute works to combat damaging beliefs about …

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US Says Russia Tested Illegal Cruise Missile

The Cold War treaty, ratified in 1988, was designed to eliminate ground-launched cruise missiles with ranges of 500 to 5,500 km (310 to 3,400 miles).<p>Senior American officials told The New York Times that Russia tested a prohibited ground-launched cruise missile.<p>"The United States has determined …

NYPD gathering evidence in Brooklyn Bridge flag prank

Police in New York City are said to be examining some 18,000 license plate numbers, looking through social media, poring over cell phone …

The Week in Review: Why Millennials Matter

Ranging in age from 14 to 34, the millennial generation is a study in contrasts. In spite of their technological savvy, liberal politics and college …

George Will, you are so wrong about sexual assault

By now you've either heard about or read George Will's controversial column on the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. Will's take is that the numbers are "preposterous" and using "simple arithmetic" he can prove the "supposed campus epidemic of rape" just ain't so. Worse, Will believes …

Gingrich: Keep bureaucrats' hands off our smartphones - CNN.com

BlackBerry on Wednesday unveiled its newest smartphone with a full physical keyboard and a large screen, aiming to return to its roots targeting business users. The Passport is designed to win back users after BlackBerry was knocked out of the highly competitive consumer smartphone market dominated …

Opinion: The real gun problem is mental health, not NRA - CNN.com

<i>Editor's note: Mel Robbins is a CNN commentator and legal analyst. Robbins is the founder of Inspire52.com, a positive news website, and author of "Stop Saying You're Fine," about managing change. She speaks on leadership around the world and in 2014 was named outstanding news talk radio host by</i> …

Opinion: DOMA fight hinged on a great love story - CNN.com

Edith (Edie) Windsor, on the right, holds hands with Thea Clara Spyer the day of their wedding, after 40 years together, on May 22, 2007. By then, Spyer was suffering from multiple sclerosis and could move only one finger.<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>Love through the years<p>Love through the years<p>Love through the years<p>…

Opinion: Today's vets get shortchanged on GI Bill - CNN.com

WWII war vets going to college on the GI bill take notes in a class at the University of Iowa.<p><i>Editor's note: Glenn C. Altschuler is the Thomas and Dorothy Litwin professor of American Studies and the dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions at Cornell University. He is the</i> …

Opinion: Why Clinton's comments matter - CNN.com

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, pictured in October 2012, has become one of the most powerful people in Washington. Here's a look at her life and career through the years:<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>Hillary Clinton's career in the spotlight<p>Hillary Clinton's career in the spotlight<p>Hillary Clinton's …

Opinion: Petty attacks on Hillary just won't matter - CNN.com

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, pictured in October 2012, has become one of the most powerful people in Washington. Here's a look at her life and career through the years:<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>Hillary Clinton's career in the spotlight<p>Hillary Clinton's career in the spotlight<p>Hillary Clinton's …

Opinion: On America's birthday, do we still believe? - CNN.com

People watch fireworks burst behind the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington last year.<p><i>Editor's note: Newt Gingrich is a co-host of CNN's "Crossfire," which airs at 6:30 p.m. ET weekdays, and author of a new book, "Breakout: Pioneers of the Future, Prison Guards of the Past, and</i> …

Opinion: We all pay for $1,000 a pill drug - CNN.com

Activists protest drug maker Gilead Sciences to denounce the price of hepatitis C drug Sovaldi in April in Montpellier, France.<p><i>Editor's note: Karen Ignagni is president and CEO of America's Health Insurance Plans, a trade group for the health insurance industry. She directed the AFL-CIO's</i> …

Opinion: How to hook up tech sector with talent - CNN.com

Van Jones says we need a concerted training effort to get talented and smart young black and Latino people into tech jobs.<p><i>Editor's note: Van Jones is a co-host of CNN's "Crossfire," which airs weeknights at 6:30 ET. He is president and founder of Rebuild the Dream, an online platform focusing on</i> …

Opinion: Israelis, Palestinians in game with no end - CNN.com

Palestinian protesters stand amid smoke after Israeli forces fired tear gas in East Jerusalem on July 4.<p><i>Editor's note: Aaron David Miller is a vice president and distinguished scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and was a Middle East negotiator in Democratic and</i> …

Opinion: I was targeted because of my faith - CNN.com

<i>Editor's note: Faisal Gill, a lawyer, is a longtime Republican Party operative and served in the Department of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush.</i><p><b>(CNN)</b> -- Complete shock, surprise and disappointment -- that was my reaction to revelations from documents released by Edward Snowden that …