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February 10, 2017 at 11:59 AM<p>I have been attending Katie Gallagher’s NYFW shows for a few seasons now. Her dark and slightly edgy style always draws …

From Devout Catholic To Wiccan Witch— Why I Traded In A Cross For A Pentagram

<b>BY: VANESSA NIGRO</b><p>The moon hangs high over Toronto’s Serena Gundy Park, a thriving forest tucked away in Leaside, one of Toronto’s wealthiest …

Spirituality

Could the dwarf planet Ceres support life?

A NASA probe is about to get the first up-close look at a potentially habitable alien world.<p>In March 2015, NASA's Dawn spacecraft will arrive in orbit around the dwarf planet Ceres, the largest object in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Ceres is a relatively warm and wet body that …

Here's What Science Taught Us About Love This Year

Photo: Getty Images<p>Love is complicated; it doesn't take a Facebook status or a scientific study to confirm that. Still, psychologists try to make a little more sense of the L-word for our benefit, and what follows is a recap of their findings this year. Brace yourself, because it's extensive, …

Too Much Nighttime iPhone Use May Have Long-Term Health Consequences

Photo: Getty Images<p>Can't tear yourself away from Pinterest when it's time for bed? You might be seriously hurting yourself. According to a new study published in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i>, using gadgets before bed can not only shake up your sleep patterns—which we already …

Life After Death Is Real, Concludes Study of 2,000 Patients

<i>By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News</i><p>In the largest such study ever conducted, researchers have found evidence that consciousness …

Supernovas, ice sculptures and star nurseries: Hubble's stellar 25 years

Nestled in orbit just above Earth's atmosphere — the biggest obstacle to space observation from the ground — the Hubble Space Telescope has been able …

First Amphibious "Sea Monster" Found; Fills Evolutionary Gap

Cartorhynchus lenticarpus's body was adapted to live in two worlds.<p>A new species of dinosaur-era sea reptile that could live on both land and in water has been unearthed in China—the first amphibious "sea monster" ever found.<p>The ichthyosaur, whose discovery was announced Wednesday, fills a crucial …

National Geographic Magazine

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Judge rules against Kansas gay marriage ban on same day culture warrior Sam Brownback may lose

<b>(AP/Charlie Riedel)</b><p>U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree says state’s gay marriage ban violates the Constitution<p>Luke Brinker<p>November 4, 2014 9:07pm (UTC)<p>On the same day that voters headed to the polls to decide fiercely contested gubernatorial and Senate races in Kansas, a federal judge on Tuesday …

Rick Riordan Fans Celebrate Percy Jackson

“I just love sitting in this room with people who understand my references,” a young Rick Riordan fan said during a sold-out author appearance at the …

Openly gay country music singer Brandy Clark on being accepted by the Nashville community

The year's most buzzed about new country artist is one most country fans may never heard on the radio.<p>Brandy Clark, an openly gay artist who sings, among other things, about pot-smoking housewives, had almost given up on becoming an artist herself, despite writing hits for The Band Perry, Miranda …

The Sleep Habits Of Reliable Workers

If you want to be a more productive, reliable worker you might need to sleep more—or less. A new study published in the medical journal <i>Sleep</i> shows that workers who get seven to eight hours of shuteye each night are likely to take fewer sick days than those who sleep fewer or more hours. It’s the …

Ebola, ISIS, the Border: So Much to Fear, So Little Time!

If there’s a pandemic or crisis that we should really be worried about, it’s this relentless election-time fear-mongering.<p>If you're not afraid, you …

Week's Best Space Pictures: Antares Falls, Mars Mystifies, and the Sun Rises

A sunrise consoles space station crew after the loss of an unmanned Antares supply rocket, with Mars and the stars offering more consolation.