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In Argentina, Women Are Fighting Back Against Gender Violence

Women in Argentina are the latest in a global trend of organized protest against femicide and sexual violence against women.<p>BUENOS AIRES — “We want …

Buenos Aires

1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed

For more than three hundred years during the Late Bronze Age, from about 1500 BC to 1200 BC, the Mediterranean region played host to a complex …

Ancient History

The 20 photographs of the week

The continuing refugee crisis in Europe, #FeesMustFall protests in South Africa, the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week

Protest

For Shanghai's Chicest Residents, Backpacks Are Having a Moment

Hands-free bags are in. There's something appealing about a utilitarian staple like a tiny cross-body or a leather backpack — it's a functional statement. And on the streets of Shanghai during fashion week, the city's chicest residents are doing these pieces best, pairing their hands-free …

Women's Fashion

27 Ingenious Ways To Eat Healthy On A Budget

Make your body and your bank account happy.<p>Submissions have been lightly edited and condensed.

Personal Finance

Meet Korean ‘Mermaids’, The Last Generation Of Haenyo

Mijoo Kim, a New York-based photographer, decided to document South Korea’s fearless “Sea Women” in an intimate series called The Mother of the …

The World's Happiest Man Wishes You Wouldn't Call Him That | GQ

What if we told you there was a man who had unlocked the secret to human joy? That despite all the pain and suffering and bad news out there, a monk on a mountaintop in Nepal has discovered a kind of template for How to Be Happy. In fact, so wise and ebullient is Matthieu Ricard that he's been …

Archaeology dig uncovers marble figurines

This past summer, archaeologists from the Çatalhöyük Research Project unearthed two marble figurines, considered one of the most significant finds in …

Meet the Unsung Street Photographer of 1980s New York

CC train, NYC, 1985<br>Richard Sandler<p>1 of 17<p>To view Richard Sandler’s photographs is to look into the soul of a broken New York. From the pages of his …

Have a Laugh with These Hilarious Images from the Annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

The annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is a lighthearted competition designed to not only showcase fine imagery, but to bring the importance …

Nature Photography

Darius I stele found in ancient town of Phanagoria in Russia

<b>Anapa, August 9, 2016 -</b> Archaeologists under the auspices of the <b></b>Oleg Deripaska Volnoe Delo Foundation and the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute …

The Story of Egypt

A new book on ancient Egypt is full of fascinating material, including a re-examination of Cleopatra’s death, a look at the fluidity of sexual …

Identity

Destination Mars: Mysteries Of Our Ancient Origin

The theory of ancient aliens and their visit of our planet in the remote past gained recently a huge popularity. At some point, we are all presented …

Paranormal

Flight Attendants Reveal 19 Secrets That Airlines DON’T Want You To Know! WHOA!

7. “I only saw someone having sex in the lavatory once. They apologized. I gave them a talking to. It was over. I think if they had known how filthy …

Ancient city gate and shrine from Hebrew Bible uncovered

An ancient city gate and shrine that King Hezekiah ordered to be destroyed during the eighth century B.C., according to the Hebrew Bible, are seeing the light of day following an excavation in Israel, archaeologists reported.<p>The so-called gate-shrine is likely evidence of actions taken by King …

Archaeology

Archaeologists unearth ancient gate-shrine in Israel

Israeli archaeologists have unearthed a 2,900-year-old gate-shrine they say confirms the biblical story of King Hezekiah, who mandated the worship of God and the rejection of all other deities.<p>The gate-shrine in Tel Lachish National Park was uncovered decades ago, but a new excavation has …

Archaeology

Donald Trump denied visit to civil rights museum after campaign “bullied” staff with “special requests”

How Donald Trump was barred from a civil rights museum<p>A civil rights museum in North Carolina rejected a request to visit from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after the businessman's campaign was "aggressive and rude" to museum staff. <br>Greensboro's WFMY first reported on The …

Donald Trump

DNA Tests Prove Aboriginal Australians Are the World's Oldest-Living Culture

The genetic study helps show that the ancestors of today's aboriginals came here about 58,000 years ago.<p>Research published this week by <i>Nature</i> has confirmed Australia's aboriginal people are the Earth's most ancient civilization. "A Genomic History of Aboriginal Australia" is a world-first genomic …

New evidence from prehistoric human teeth reveals what the 'paleo diet' really looked like — and it's not what you think

Scientists from Cambridge, Cardiff, UCL, and York studied the remains of nine people who lived about 9,000 years ago in the late Mesolithic (6600 B.C. to 6450 B.C.) and the Mesolithic-Neolithic phases (6200 B.C. to 5900 B.C.) and found plant matter fossilized in their teeth.<p>Thanks to poor dental …

As Nat Turner led a bloody slave rebellion, he carried this bible

The small, fragile Bible sat on the top shelf of a dining room closet wrapped in an old cotton dish towel until Wendy Creekmore-Porter pulled it out for historian Rex Ellis.<p>“We don’t bring it out much,” Barbara Jean Person, Creekmore-Porter’s mother, told him.<p>“Then I remember her saying, ‘Because …

Black History

How Cats Conquered the World (and a Few Viking Ships)

Thousands of years before cats came to dominate Internet culture, they swept through ancient Eurasia and Africa carried by early farmers, ancient …

These 12 gluten-free dessert recipes are the stuff of food-filled dreams

Whether you’ve got celiac disease or you’re slightly gluten-intolerant, finding foods you love that won’t irritate your stomach can be a daunting …

Scientists uncovered a skeleton from the ancient world’s most famous — and mysterious — shipwreck

Brendan Foley was only three minutes into his first dive on his first day at the site of the 2,100-year-old Antikythera shipwreck when a colleague came swimming over to him.<p>"You've gotta see this," they said. "We found bones. We found a skull!"<p>Archaeologists have been scouring the site in Greece …

Archaeology

3 Big Ways 'The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey' Got It Wrong

From confirmation bias in the 911 tape analysis to dissecting an 'appropriate' response to death, how CBS's documentary didn't tell the whole …

Molecular Biology

A Law Professor Explains Why You Should Never Talk to Police

James Duane says you shouldn't say anything to a cop for any reason, you shouldn't plead the Fifth, and you shouldn't stay silent. So what should you do?<p>James Duane doesn't think you should ever talk to the police. Not just, "Don't talk to the police if you're accused of a crime," or, "Don't talk …

New test can predict cancer up to 13 years before disease develops

People who develop cancer have shorter telomeres, the caps at the end of chromosomes which protect the DNA<p>Genetic changes can predict cancer up to 13 years in the future, according to new research.<p>Harvard and Northwestern University discovered that tiny but significant changes are already happening …

Cancer