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London tube attack: MP warns against linking it with Syria airstrikes vote

John Cryer, parliamentary Labour party chair and MP of area where incident took place, says linking ‘barbaric’ attack with Commons vote would be dangerous<p>The chairman of the parliamentary Labour party has said it would be dangerous to link the “barbaric” knife attack on the London underground with …

United Kingdom

Prioritizing fighting terrorism over climate change is a no-win scenario

The start of the Paris climate summit on Monday should be a moment of glory for<p>President Obama. His administration has instituted the country's first serious action against climate change by requiring dirty coal plants to drastically lower emissions. He played a key role in China's dramatic …

Islamic State Terrorism Is Serious But We've Faced Even Deadlier Threats In The Past

"We have never known anything like Isis."<p>“What we’re facing in Iraq now with Isis is a greater and deeper threat to our security than we have known …

Islamic State (ISIS)

Germany needs 1,200 troops for Syrian anti-ISIS campaign – Chief of Staff

Germany’s Chief of Staff has revealed that at least 1,200 military personnel will be required in order to support and effectively use the air force …

Ben Carson: Refugees want to stay in Syria

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Ben Carson said Sunday that most Syrian refugees would rather be relocated within their own country than resettled in the United States.<p>The Republican presidential contender made a post-Thanksgiving trip to Jordan to visit refugee camps -- an effort to shore up the foreign policy …

Middle East

Why Does the Media Refuse to Call White Murderers Terrorists?

Robert Dear's murders at a Planned Parenthood are only the latest in a long string of terrorist attacks by Americans. <br>Read More

Religion

Jennifer Garner Is A Multitasking Mama

Mom-of-three Jennifer Garner stepped out with daughter <b>Seraphina</b>, 4, and son <b>Samuel</b>, 1, for breakfast in Santa Monica, Calif. on Friday (September 6). …

They Who Love and Laugh Most Win

It has been said by many that life is a game, an assertion with which many agree.<p>But how to win? Some think that accruing great material wealth will achieve it, and others fame and power. These are often what society suggests are the pinnacles of achievement in our society. These will attract …

Happiness

Was Your Chicken Nugget Made In China? It'll Soon Be Hard To Know

Here's a bit of news that might make you drop that chicken nugget midbite.<p>Just before the start of the long holiday weekend last Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture quietly announced that it was ending a ban on processed chicken imports from China. The kicker: These products can now be sold …

First female genital mutilation prosecution 'close', says CPS

<b>The likelihood of the first prosecution in the UK for female genital mutilation is higher than ever before, the director of public prosecutions says.</b><p>The Crown Prosecution Service was now considering whether to bring charges in five cases.<p>While there have been 100 convictions in France, there has …

Female Genital Mutilation

Why Your Brain Loves Yoga

<i>By Gabriel Axel for U.S. News</i><p>I began my journey as an aspiring neuroscientist determined to understand the basis of what makes us human. What was our most fundamental essence that allowed us to be, express, and function in all the wondrous ways that we do? I knew the answer had to lie in the brain, …

Skipping Breakfast Makes You Fat? Not So Fast

The world of dieting is awash in half-truths and wishful thinking. Just have a look at some of these fad diets to be reminded of how much we are willing to stretch reason in pursuit of weight loss.<p>David Allison, a researcher and director of the Nutrition Obesity Research Center at the University of …

Kids on Sweets: Are We Raising a Generation of Sugar Addicts?

There are few joys in life as sweet as seeing our children smile. Thus, it is with the best of intentions that we cave to pleas for candy and tantrums over French fries in hopes of glimpsing those (rapidly decaying) pearly whites. After all, there are bigger threats to our children, right?<p>As it …

Diabetes

How Anxiety Affects Sleep

<i>By Jennifer Warner Medically reviewed by Farrokh Sohrabi, M.D.</i><p>Does your mind race as soon your head hits the pillow? Does anxiety over work, money, or relationships keep you from going to sleep?<p>It's normal to be anxious from time to time. But when anxiety and emotional problems routinely get in the …

15-Minute Workout: Plyometrics

<i>By Rachel Sturtz for SHAPE magazine</i><p>You (yes, crazy-busy you) are not too busy to work out today. This routine -- designed by Equinox's Stephanie Vitorino, creator of the best-selling VBody DVD series -- gets the fat-burning job done fast. The secret is plyometrics: explosive, high-intensity …

5 Unexpected Sources Of Gluten That Aren't Food

Even if you know to look for gluten in the less-than-obvious foods, gluten can sneak up on you in the most unexpected places.<p>A significant number of non-food products contain ingredients derived from grains that can be problematic with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. In fact, many are now …

Don't Start Popping Corks For The Champagne iPhone Just Yet

The beautifully machined backplate that supposedly belongs to the gold version of the forthcoming iPhone 5S lends material credence to the rumors that there will be (at least) a third high-end iPhone color announced next week. The image above comes from a set of very high-resolution shots of the …