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Gen. Stanley McChrystal Criticizes President Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy

President Donald Trump’s “America First" foreign policy aims to put the nation’s economic and political interests ahead of other countries and global …

Foreign Policy

Pictures of the Week 7.21.17

Zip-lines

Yemen's cholera epidemic is worst on record: Oxfam

More than 360,000 suspected cholera cases have been recorded over just three months in war-ravaged Yemen, says charity.<p>An ongoing cholera epidemic which has swept war-ravaged Yemen is the "largest ever recorded" in a single year, with more than 360,000 suspected cases in the three months since the …

Cholera

This is why couples love tantric sex... and how some say they can orgasm for up to EIGHTEEN hours

TANTRIC sex is the ancient sex practice where couples can make love for hours on end.<p>Here's everything you need to know about the old mystical …

Relationships

The Most Over-the-Top Luxurious Cruise Ships in the World

Cruises get a bad rap. But if you’re envisioning a bunch of septuagenarians piling in for an all-inclusive buffet after a few sexy rounds of bingo, …

Cruise Ships

This footage of two gorilla brothers hugging each other will melt your heart

Two gorillas have been captured on video cuddling during a play session.<p>Like humans, gorillas can strengthen their relationships by cuddling. Rare …

Animals

Merlin Carpenter at Galerie Neu

7 Major Painting Styles, Ranked from Most to Least Realistic

Part of the joy of painting in the 21st century is the range of art styles to choose from. The late 19th century and 20th century saw artists make …

Art History

Nicolás Uribe’s painted works contain varying levels of abstraction, injecting both a surreal and engrossing quality into each work: http://hifructose.com/2017/07/20/nicolas-uribes-painted-portraits-contain-intimacy-abstractions/

How the Government Can Collect Your Personal Information Without a Warrant

From border searches to outdated laws regarding electronic communication, the government can legally access personal information in a variety of ways.<p>Earlier this year, President Trump took to Twitter to accuse former President Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower, and followed up those claims by …

Privacy

Pro-Black, Pro-Police Reforms One Year Later

Conservatives must embrace government accountability.<p>Last year, I penned an article for National Review recommending “pro-black, pro-police” reforms …

Law Enforcement

What to Know About the Miraculous True Story Behind 'Dunkirk'

The story of the World War II evacuation at Dunkirk — the subject of Christopher Nolan's well-reviewed new film — starts well before the men who were …

History

The International Space Station Is Now On Google Street View (Video)

Google already has most of the planet covered with its Google Street View and now the search giant has added outer space to street view.<p>You can now …

NASA

What Are China's Military Ambitions?

Keep an eye on the Horn of Africa.<p>Russia, we noted last month, is boxed in by the tyranny of hydrography. They really have no way to get out onto the surface of the deep blue sea that is not constrained by land, ice, or NATO. China, on the other hand, does have a long oceanic and ice-free …

South China Sea

We Need To Have A Chat About Senate Leadership

This week marked the utter collapse of health care reform efforts in the U.S. Senate. With several GOP defections, the Senate’s bill was mercifully …

U.S. Congress

The hidden ways your language betrays your character

Every time we open our mouths, we unwittingly reveal our personalities.<p>If you overheard a conversation on a bus, do you think you could tell from the words that were used and the topics discussed, the personality of the people who were chatting? What about if I showed you a short story? Could you …

Personality

A total solar eclipse is happening Aug. 21, and here’s what you need to know

Exactly one month from today, a total solar eclipse will sweep across America, casting millions of people into temporary darkness. It will be the biggest astronomical event America has seen in years, watched by millions of people from within the path of totality and tens of millions more who are …

Astronomy

As Trump wages war on legal marijuana, military veterans side with pot

The Trump administration’s attack on legal marijuana, already stymied by large states determined not to roll back the clock, is increasingly confronting an even more politically potent adversary: military veterans.<p>Frustrated by federal laws restricting their access to a drug many already rely on to …

Cannabis

Schizophrenia breakthrough: Halting protein degradation is key

<i>Understanding the protein interactions behind schizophrenia might lead to improved treatments.</i><p>New research published in <i>Molecular Psychiatry</i> has …

Neuroscience

No, al-Shabab is not deadlier than Boko Haram. Here are better numbers.

In May, a U.S. Navy SEAL was killed and two other U.S. service members were wounded on Somali soil. It was the first U.S. combat death in the East African country since 1993 — and it came amid ramped-up efforts to fight the deadly extremist group al-Shabab.<p>For years, Boko Haram has carried the …

Terrorism

World reacts to Israel-Palestinian fallout over al-Aqsa

US, Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon weigh in as protests continue over Israeli-led restrictions on Palestinians at holy site.<p>Tensions between Palestinians and Israelis over the al-Aqsa Mosque compound has prompted the international community to call for calm and a restoration of the status quo, which …

Israel

Trump tests the limits of presidential power

<b>(CNN) —</b> Donald Trump is the no-limits President.<p>During his six months in power, Trump has made few concessions to the conventions and protocol of an office shaped by his predecessors for more than two centuries.<p>Though his voice now carries the resonance of a head of state, he's more often adopted …

Donald Trump

China forces its Muslim minority to install spyware on their phones

China has ramped up surveillance measures in Xinjiang, home to much of its Muslim minority population, according to reports from <i>Radio Free Asia</i>.<p>Authorities sent out a notice over a week ago instructing citizens to install a "surveillance app" on their phones, and are conducting spot checks in the …

China

To Shrink Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Releasing 20 Million Mosquitoes

This summer, scientists in California are releasing 20 million mosquitoes in an effort to shrink the population of mosquitoes that can carry diseases.<p>It sounds counterintuitive. But the plan is to release millions of sterile male mosquitoes, which will then mate with wild female mosquitoes. The …

Viruses

Morocco: civil unrest in northern Rif region

People took to the streets in Morocco’s northern Rif region as part of the kingdom’s biggest wave of civil unrest since Arab Spring-inspired rallies six years ago.<p>Police fired tear gas and, according to a Reuters witness charged a groups of protesters, including men, women and children.<p>Tensions …

Morocco

Trump team seeks to control, block Mueller’s Russia investigation

Some of President Trump’s lawyers are exploring ways to limit or undercut special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s Russia investigation, building a case against what they allege are his conflicts of interest and discussing the president’s authority to grant pardons, according to people familiar with …

Donald Trump

Reality is warped in Turkey. We may never get it back

Everything, including recent floods, is blamed on Erdoğan’s enemies. It makes me fear for the future of my country<p>• Ece Temelkuran is a Turkish journalist and political commentator<p>Imagine you are making a late-night call to your significant other and your president answers the phone instead. Last …

Turkey

The media's war on Trump is destined to fail. Why can't it see that?

The news media needs to win its war with Trump, and urgently so. But the goal should be more than just reestablishing the old rules of legitimacy<p>These are the worst of times for the American news media, but they are also the best. The newspaper industry as a whole has been dying slowly for years, …

News Media