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Controversy after city posts pictures of allegedly heroin-overdosed adults to Facebook

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>It's not often that public officials post something to Facebook with the headline: "Warning Graphic Content!"<p>On Thursday, however, the city of East Liverpool, Ohio, posted two images that shocked many.<p>The …

England and Wales police may make misogyny a hate crime

A number of police forces in England and Wales are considering expanding the definition of a hate crime to include misogynistic practices from …

11 Gorgeous Wildlife Photos That Will Take Your Breath Away

These images are so amazing they almost look fake.<p>You've tried snapping artsy pictures on your iPhone, but even your best Instagrams fall short compared to these world-class shots. Out of 50,000 submissions from 95 countries, the "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" competition just announced its …

Under pressure, Silicon Valley workers turn to LSD microdosing

It's 7am on a sunny Friday in a shared house in the sleepy San Francisco neighbourhood of Richmond. Flatmates buzz in and out of the kitchen as Lily …

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Dreamlike Underwater Oil Paintings by Mark Heine

À travers ses peintures, Mark Heine nous plonge dans les eaux sombres d’un mystérieux lac, où des femmes habillées de robes somptueuses semblent …

Voyages

The Teen Girl Who Met With President Lincoln 30 Minutes A Day

Hearing about a teen girl who met with President Abraham Lincoln for thirty minutes a day over a five month period may make you think of affairs, …

12 signals our body sends to tell us we are too stressed

Our body is an incredibly complex machine that reacts not only to external changes but to internal ones too. Dr. Susan Babel, a psychologist who …

Self-help

Poorer Than Our Parents? Study Explores Rising Threat of Income Inequality

Income inequality is a problem the world over, but some new research uncovers some surprising findings about what causes it — and what can fix it.<p>In studying 25 advanced economies, a recent McKinsey study comes to a grim conclusion: That about two-thirds of people, worldwide, are in a position …

Skeletal remains 'confirm ancient Greeks engaged in human sacrifice'

Bones found on Mount Lykaion – where animal offerings to Zeus were also made – but some are urging caution over how to interpret the discovery<p>The discovery of a 3,000-year-old skeleton in Greece has excited archeologists, who believe that the finding may confirm one of the darkest legends of …

The Dalai Lama's Atlas of Emotions That Will Bring You Peace

August 10, 2016<p>Buddhism is an ancient tradition that has been carried out for millennia. It is more than religion, it is a life philosophy that has …

Mindfulness

17 signs you're intelligent — even if doesn't feel like it

Stupid people tend to overestimate their competence, while smart people tend to sell themselves short. As Shakespeare put it in "As You Like It": "The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool."<p>That conventional wisdom is backed up by a Cornell University study …

Libraries

The 18 best movies on Netflix you've probably never heard of

There are so many movies on Netflix that your typical Friday night is probably spent trying to find something to watch, as opposed to actually watching something.<p>The streaming service has a huge, rotating selection of movies both old and new. It is hard to navigate through Netflix's massive library …

11 Coolest Underwater Hotels in the World

From Dubai to Sweden, these hotels (and hotel bars, spas, and restaurants) take sleeping with the fishes to a whole new below-sea level. Prepared to be wowed by deep blue and bright turquoise waters—all visible while you stay dry and comfortable.<p>Maldives: LIME Spa at PER AQUUM Huvafen Fushi

Can Attachment Theory Explain All Our Relationships?

The stage is set: a room with two chairs and some toys on the floor. A mother and her 1-year-old baby enter and begin the Strange Situation, a …

Parenting

Your favourite US national parks – and how to visit them

This week's winning entry<p>A taste of the Old West in Big Bend<p>Big Bend National Park in Texas is well off the tourist trail, unheard-of by many Americans and miles from the nearest settlement. It is a green desert landscape, dotted with exotic vegetation that thrives in a dry climate. Century plants …

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The ten most-loved photo stories of last month

THESE PHOTOS CELEBRATE BEING NAKED – AND THAT'S IT<p>Last month, Magnum announced the 10 recipients of their Graduate Photography Award, and Emma Gruner was one of them. In our current climate of photography, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Gruner makes work about body positivity and feminism, but …

Make the Most of Small Spaces with a Garden Terrace

Terrace gardens come in all shapes, forms, and designs, from urban rooftop gardens to secluded suburban patio hideaways. The one thing all these …

35 Cool Photos of Cat Ladies We Want To Be Friends With

A long time ago, the phrase “cat lady” was used to poke fun at women who chose to be single, growing old and devoting all their care and attention on …

Pets

Here’s How A Month Of Zen Meditation Changed My Life

The Buddhist meditation practice is over 1,500 years old, but modern science says it has very real mental and physical health benefits.<p>On a trip to Japan last year, one of the places I visited was Kyoto, home to over 2,000 Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. During one of my daily walks exploring …

History isn't a 'useless' major. It teaches critical thinking, something America needs plenty more of

Since the beginning of the Great Recession in 2007, the history major has lost significant market share in academia, declining from 2.2% of all undergraduate degrees to 1.7%. The graduating class of 2014, the most recent for which there are national data, included 9% fewer history majors than the …

Humanities

Japanese American internment survivor hears troubling echoes in Trump rhetoric

‘People do not remember,’ says Madeleine Sugimoto who was locked up as a girl in the second world war, ‘and that makes it easier for Trump to fan the flames’<p>Madeleine Sugimoto was five years old when her world fell apart. She remembers the events in snippets of memory, as though the story of her …

Donald Trump

Want to save your marriage? Don't have kids

Thirty years of evidence is in, and the results are conclusive: the relationship between spouses suffers once kids come along<p>Lots of women look forward to motherhood – getting to know a tiny baby, raising a growing child, developing a relationship with a maturing son or daughter. All over the …

Leaving Islam not like other religions, author says

Toronto author Ali Rizvi says leaving Islam is not like leaving other religions.<p>In his forthcoming book, The Atheist Muslim, Ali explores the divide …

Ohio school district has “teach the controversy” evolution lesson plan

Teaching document is a mix of standard material and creationist claims.<p>Intelligent design, the argument that life is so complex that it must have …

Teaching

Can Portland Avoid Repeating San Francisco's Mistakes?

The city is facing a housing crisis, but despite its progressive reputation, it’s done little to ensure affordability for longtime residents.<p>PORTLAND—This city that prides itself on being different has been experiencing a problem all too common of late. It used to be unique, people say, a utopia …

Housing