Stephanie Villasenor

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Back-to-School Slow-Cooker Recipes

Set it and forget it until dinnertime.<p>In between back-to-school shopping, sports practices, and twice-daily school runs, it can feel impossible to …

Learn to Code: Harvard's Free Online Computer Science Course

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C, SQL, PHP, and More<p>Harvard’s “Introduction to Computer Science” course is widely regarded as the best computer science …

The 2017 Dragon Awards are a far-ranging sci-fi and fantasy reading list

But is it really a populist alternative for the genre’s bigger awards?<p>Dragon Con has announced the nominees for its second annual Dragon Awards, designed to highlight the most popular works in science fiction and fantasy literature. While the award appears to be a populist response to the …

6 no-bloat breakfast recipes full of gut-boosting benefits

You’ve got your day all planned out: morning yoga, major work meeting, followed by a dance party with friends. But then your breakfast lands in your …

Wellness

Controversial New Theory Suggests Life Wasn't a Fluke of Biology—It Was Physics

The biophysicist Jeremy England made waves in 2013 with a new theory that cast the origin of life as an inevitable outcome of thermodynamics. His …

10 Stovetop Vegetarian Dinners With Tons of Protein

I'm not a vegetarian, but I do try to eat at least a few meatless meals a week. It's better for the environment, and, since meat can be expensive, …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

A hacker reveals the most secure thing you can do to your passwords

It's very difficult to come up with and remember unique passwords for every single login. Cyber security expert Kevin Mitnick — author of the book "The Art of Invisibility"— explains why you shouldn't even try to come up with your own passwords, and what you should do instead.<p><b>Follow Tech Insider:</b>On …

The 13 Best Science Fiction Books of 2017

It's been a good year for sci-fi escapism.<p>In 2017, current events made escaping into a sci-fi story all the more appetizing, and there were lots of great choices.<p>Below are our 13 favorite sci-fi books from 2017. They include stories about underground lunar societies, a Manhattan partially covered …

Metabolism-Boosting Rainbow Breakfast Bars

Turn your breakfast into a magical treat with these rainbow bars — a mix of protein-rich Greek yogurt, fiber-filled fruit, and gluten-free granola. They are almost as fun to make as they are to eat. Check out the recipe below after watching the video.<p>Rainbow Breakfast Bars<p>Recipe By Mona Zavosh, for …

See Tokyo Fashion’s Finest Kill It in Our Latest Street Style Roundup

<b>Location:</b> Tokyo, Japan<p><b>Season:</b> Fall/Winter 2017<p><b>Key Looks:</b> Tokyo proves age ain’t nothing but a number and you can achieve supreme style before you can …

These Are the 10 Best-Selling Fragrances at Sephora Right Now

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5 Easy Ways to Make the Best Scrambled Eggs of Your Life

Should You Take Social Security at 62, 66, or 70?

Here's a game plan to help you figure out if it makes sense to take your Social Security early, on time, or late.<p><i>This article was updated on January</i> …

The Best Investments for an IRA

An IRA is a fantastic way to build long-term wealth, but it can be tricky knowing which stocks or ETFs are best to own in one. There are thousands of publicly traded companies and ETFs to choose from, and they don't all deserve a spot in your portfolio. How do you separate the good from the bad? It …

Which Is Better: Saving Money or Paying Down Debt?

IMAGE SOURCE: GETTY IMAGES.<p>In a perfect world, everyone would have no problem living within their income; we'd all have little to no debt and plenty of money set aside in savings. In the real world, that's a depressingly rare circumstance. Stuff happens -- your kid breaks a leg and runs up a huge …

An Adorable Vincent Van Gogh Action Figure That Has A Detachable Ear

<b>Art lovers</b>, here is a quirky little toy that you can display on your desk or shelf to show that you are a fan of the legendary van Gogh.<p><b>Created by</b> …

Art

This Flowchart Helps You Find Your Leadership Style

If you ever have to step up and manage people, it can be pretty difficult to figure out the best way to do it in a way that both works with your …

Leadership

Slow Cooker Beef Chili Recipe

<i>This slow cooker beef chili is easy as can be to make, satisfying beyond words to taste. All you do is dump the familiar chili ingredients in a</i> …

The West Coast’s Largest Estuary Is Being Starved of Water

California’s vibrant and biodiverse San Francisco Bay, the biggest estuary on the West Coast of North America, is running out of freshwater.<p>In some …

Frightened by Donald Trump? You don’t know the half of it | George Monbiot

Many of his staffers are from an opaque corporate misinformation network. We must understand this if we are to have any hope of fighting back against them<p>Yes, Donald Trump’s politics are incoherent. But those who surround him know just what they want, and his lack of clarity enhances their power. …

Donald Trump

Climate scientists condemn article claiming global temperatures are falling

A Republican-led panel promoted a misleading tabloid story alleging earth may not be warming, relying on data that leaves out important points of context<p>Climate scientists have denounced the House committee on science, space and technology after the Republican-held panel promoted a misleading story …

Climate Change

Thousands of snow geese die in Montana after landing on contaminated water

Huge flock of migratory birds landed on acidic waters of an open pit mine where employees attempted to scare them off<p>Several thousand snow geese have died after a snowstorm forced large flocks to take refuge in the acidic, metal-laden waters of an old open pit mine in Montana.<p>Mark Thompson, …

Climate change could render Sudan 'uninhabitable'

<b>(CNN) —</b> Sudan's ecosystems and natural resources are deteriorating.<p>Temperatures are rising, water supplies are scarce, soil fertility is low and severe droughts are common. After years of desertification, its rich biodiversity is under threat and drought has hindered the fight against hunger.<p>This …

Trump names Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma attorney general suing EPA on climate change, to head the EPA

By Chris Mooney ,<p>Chris Mooney<p>Reporter covering climate change, energy and the environment.<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Brady Dennis and<p>Brady Dennis<p>Reporter focusing on environmental policy and public health issues<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Steven Mufson<p>Steven Mufson<p>Reporter covering energy and other financial matters<p>Email …

Natural Gas

Thousands of Invisible Oil Spills Are Destroying the Gulf

Hurricane Ivan would not die. After traveling across the Atlantic Ocean, it stewed for more than a week in the Caribbean, fluctuating between a …

California takes charge: Democrats’ domination may save climate program

<b>FILE - In this July 21, 2011, file photo, an iceberg floats in the sea near Qeqertarsuaq, Disko Island, Greenland. Greenhouse gases more powerful than carbon dioxide are the focus of a global gathering this week in Rwanda, with Secretary of State John Kerry expected to arrive Thursday, Oct. 13,</b> …

Bill Gates and investors worth $170 billion have a new fund to fight climate change via energy innovation

Bill Gates is leading a more than $1 billion fund focused on fighting climate change by investing in clean energy innovation.<p>The Microsoft co-founder and his all-star line-up of fellow investors plan to announce tomorrow the Breakthrough Energy Ventures fund, which will begin making investments …

This Map Shows the Shortest Route to Almost 50,000 Historic U.S. Sites

It's the ultimate trip for history lovers.<p>History lovers, we just found your next road trip.<p>According to <i>Travel + Leisure</i>, a professor at the University of Waterloo, William Cook, led a team of researchers to find the shortest-possible route for visiting 49,603 of the sites listed on the National …