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We Need to Ditch Our Filthiest Source of Energy: Coal

Global warming is a terribly complex problem. It’s really a slew of problems: carbon problems and methane problems, electricity problems and fuel …

Clean Power Plan

5 Ways to Stop Getting Completely Burned Out at Work

Sure, everybody’s had those weeks where you just want to get home from work and flop onto the sofa until your headache subsides. But if that’s …

Mayo Clinic

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David Cameron may campaign to leave EU if Juncker is appointed, No 10 suggests

Downing Street refuses to rule out campaigning for a 'no' vote in any future referendum on the future of Britain's place in the EU in an effort to spur Europe into action on reform<p>David Cameron has refused to rule out campaigning for Britain to leave the EU if European leaders support the …

Jean-Claude Juncker

Who is behind Isis's terrifying online propaganda operation?

The Clanging of the Swords IV sounds like the latest in a series of Hollywood action movies. It looks like one, too. A feature-length film released online a few weeks ago, Swords IV includes a slow-motion bomb sequence reminiscent of The Hurt Locker, aerial footage that nods to Zero Dark Thirty, …

Iraq crisis: Kerry vows 'sustained' US support for Iraqi forces

Summary<p>We're going to wrap up our live blog coverage for the day. Here's a summary of where things stand:<p><b>• On a visit Monday to Baghdad, US secretary of state John Kerry vowed</b> "intense, sustained" support for Iraqi security forces, which he said needed arms and training.<p>• <b>Kerry said Iraqi prime</b> …

Cause for celebration as NHS is rated the best healthcare system

As a full-time employee of the NHS for more than 40 years I was delighted to read that the Washington-based Commonwealth Fund, looking at healthcare across the developed world, puts the NHS in pole position overall, despite astonishingly low costs matched only by New Zealand (Expert panel rates NHS …

Merkel strikes deal that boosts Juncker chances of being EU commission chief

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and her centre-left coalition partner have cut a deal which strengthens the chances of Jean-Claude Juncker becoming the next chief of the EU executive, presaging a defeat for David Cameron who has vowed to fight Juncker's appointment to the bitter end.<p>Sigmar …

How Procrastination Is Messing With Your Sleep

Whether you’re a night owl or an early riser, sometimes it can be hard to stick to your bedtime. You know, those times when you <i>mean</i> to go to sleep …

Sleep

Sunni Militants Push for Control of Iraq's Western Border

Sunni militants in Iraq have captured major border posts connected to Syria and Jordan and a string of towns in a western province, as they tighten …

Middle East

Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei reveals surprising taste for Western music

Iran's supreme leader displays exception to his staunch anti-Westernism by expressing admiration for the West's "instructive and meaningful" musical output<p>He has the image of an elderly curmudgeon of uncompromisingly anti-Western prejudices but Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, <b>Iran</b>’s top cleric, has shown a …

South Asia

Italy to push for 'United States of Europe' when it holds the EU presidency

Italy will use its presidency of the European Union to push for a "United States of Europe," the prime minister has said<p>Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, has said that <b>Italy</b> will push for a "United States of Europe" during its six-month EU presidency, in a move likely to raise hackles in …

Drone markets open in Russia, China and rogue states as America's wars wane

Last October, in a private ceremony held at a stately mansion on the campus of the California Institute of Technology, the Aerospace Historical Society awarded the reclusive, 78-year-old CEO of General Atomics, Neal Blue, with the prestigious Von Karman Wings Award, a sort of Nobel Prize in the …