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Why do good people suffer? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Eleanor Morgan

Every day millions of internet users ask Google life’s most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries<p>Why do good people suffer? Five words to take you into a dense maze of ideas philosophical, psychological and theological. Where to start? What suffering …

Mental Disorders

Figure Drawing with Line and Contour

01<p>of 07<p>Figure Drawing: Line and Contour<p>Contour drawing is arguably the purest form of drawing - nothing but pure line. Most of us begin contour …

The age your brain matures at everything — it isn't even fully developed until age 25

Neuroscientists are confirming what car rental places already figured out — the brain doesn't fully mature until age 25.<p>Up until this age, the prefrontal cortex — the part of the brain that helps curb impulsive behavior — is not yet fully developed.<p>Some scientists say this could illuminate a …

What Educational Fads Are Teachers Having To Endure?

<b>Blog of the Week</b><p>Dear <<First Name>>,<p>Over the past 20 years, what do you think teachers have wasted their time doing most? It may be an oldie, but by …

Former Arsenal star Paul Merson turns out for Welsh league side - but it doesn't go well

Former Arsenal star Paul Merson returned to the pitch on Wednesday night five years after last hanging up his boots - but his dream comeback didn't …

Teacher jailed after 'full blown' sexual relationship with 15-year-old boy

A teacher who engaged in a “full blown” sexual relationship with a teenager has been jailed after a judge remarked: “What 15-year-old schoolboy would turn down such an attractive offer?”<p>Alice McBrearty, 23, blamed the affair on the stress of being “thrown in at the deep end” by Teach First, a …

Interest in tiny houses is growing, so who wants them and why?

Tiny houses are now so popular that someone was charged with stealing one last week. A social media campaign tracked its journey from Canberra to …

Breakups

Melania Trump finds her footing after low-key summer

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> During a black-tie dinner honoring the White House Historical Association on Thursday night, 90 guests dined by candlelight on late-summer squash velouté and potato-crusted Dover sole.<p>President Donald Trump stood at a podium, heaping praise on his wife.<p>"I'm going turn it over to …

Eight home remedies for unclogging your ears

The ears are important organs. They interpret sound waves for hearing and also help maintain balance in the body.<p>The ears have a canal that allows …

Hearing Aids

Here's how you can access your computer from anywhere

Phone home.<p>Even if you conscientiously save your data to the cloud, there always comes a time when you're away from your home or office and need to edit a file that's stuck on that computer. While you're sitting in a hotel room, you might need to run a program on your home PC, and while out and …

Software

These Global Smartphone and Internet Facts Will Shock (and Inspire) You

With a smartphone and the internet, you can learn just about anything from anywhere -- and that is just what the rest of the world is doing.<p>It is no secret we live in a very flat world (figuratively speaking). We are connected through technology to all parts of the world, and the wealth of …

Mobile Devices

3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet rewrites the history of maths - and shows the Greeks did not develop trigonometry

A 3,700-year-old clay tablet has proven that the Babylonians developed trigonometry 1,500 years before the Greeks and were using a sophisticated method of mathematics which could change how we calculate today.<p>The tablet, known as Plimpton 332, was discovered in the early 1900s in Southern Iraq by …

The complete guide to not going to college

Kids grow up and go to college. Such is the norm. And yes—you could. Perhaps should. Think of the current economic climate, which all but requires people entering the workforce to arrive at job interviews brandishing their university transcript; think of the social benefits, the broadening of …

8 Things the 1% Do That the 99% Doesn't

Success is not a coincidence. It is achieved on purpose<p>Success is not a coincidence. It is achieved on purpose.<p>The difference between what makes some people successful and others not successful is that the highly accomplished have learned to do what the majority of people do not.<p>Let's look at the 8 …

Ask Amy: Mom can help lovesick teen become Wonder Woman

By Amy Dickinson<p><i>Dear Amy: I have a lovely daughter who just turned 13. She’s happy, smart, kind and caring. During the last school year (seventh grade) she asked if she could date a boy. At first I said “no.” Then she insisted that it would only be a simple, silly “kid dating” thing, and I then</i> …

35 Brilliant Ways to Save Money Around Your Home

You don’t have to cut corners to cut costs. These simple projects and maintenance tasks will help you achieve the thing we love most about DIY: …

This site lists all the countries you can travel to without a visa

Itching to go on vacation, but don’t know where? One way to narrow down your choice of destination is to figure out which places are easy to travel to – and this new site can help.<p>Tell VisaDB where you’re from and it’ll list all the countries you can travel to without having to apply for a visa. It …

Travel

Our 6-year-old has a fun, comfortable life. Why isn’t she grateful?

By Meghan Leahy<p>Meghan Leahy<p>Email Bio Follow<p><i>Q: We have a 6-year-old who, for the past six months or so, has acted frustrated and apathetic about most things if she’s not doing exactly what she wants. We are not extravagant, but we live a comfortable life and want to do fun things with the kids. But</i> …

Breast Feeding

Vietnamese Caramel Chicken

1K<p>933<p>The first time I had chicken cooked caramel sauce was at The Slanted Door in San Francisco. “Caramel? With chicken?” I thought. But once I …

Recipes

Vietnamese-ish Rice Noodle Salad with Shrimp, Peas, and Corn

<b>Author Notes:</b><p>The nuoc cham is spicy, sweet, sour, and somewhat funky; when you add coconut milk, some of the fire is toned out and replaced with a rich creaminess. Since the nuoc cham contains a fair amount of fish sauce, it makes a sensible companion to seafood. Here, we've used shrimp, though …

Recipes

This Is the Only Way to Make an Omelette

Recipe tried and tested by Eggslut's master chef, Alvin Cailan.<p>Alvin Cailan did not serve omelettes at his wildly popular LA food truck-turned-restaurant Eggslut. "I was coming off of an extensive French restaurant background. Omelettes were a big pain in my butt," he says. French-style eggs were …

Trump Announces A Plan To Form A ‘Cyber Security Unit’ With Putin And Gets Mocked By Marco Rubio

On Friday, President Trump had his first face-to-face meeting (at the G20 summit) with Vladimirm Putin, and their respective high-ranking dignitaries predictably issued very different accounts of what happened during the talk. To presumably “clear the air,” Trump included the subject in his …

Marco Rubio

It’s delusional to think tuition fees are fair. Poorer students are being penalised | Amatey Doku

The less well-off are accruing far more debt than their richer peers, simply in order to obtain a degree. University funding needs urgent reform<p>• Amatey Doku is NUS vice-president for higher education<p>Universities minister Jo Johnson has argued, in this paper, that the university funding system is …

How to Build a Simple, Effective Smartphone Projector

This should totally be an Industrial Design 101 assignment<p>Matt from UK-based DIY Perks shows you how to build his design for a smartphone projector. …

Gear & Gadgets

Here's What You Do If Your Car Overheats

It’s Independence Day weekend, meaning thousands of Americans will drive cross-country. And many of us will wind up on the shoulder of the road next …

From “You Must Change Your Life: The Story of Rainer Maria Rilke and Auguste Rodin” by Rachel Corbett

Biographers would begin at the beginning. They would describe a boy too busy etching his dull blade into wood to eat. A young man working at a vase …

John Stossel: Why haven't America's schools improved?

Every year, almost every industry improves.<p>We get more choices -- usually better choices, for less money.<p>"But of all the products we make and the services we provide, there's one that stands out as an exception," according to the Cato Institute's Andrew Coulson. "One activity in which excellence …

Want to Create Your Own Apps? Apple Will Teach You How to Code--for Free

If you want to learn to create and code apps, all you need is an iBooks account and a willingness to try.<p>Maybe you have a cool app in mind that you would like to develop, but you don't know whom to hire to code it, much less have the money. No problem: For DIY types of people, Apple has released a …