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Where in the world are people most depressed?

For those who think of depression as a byproduct of the vapidity of western materialism, this latest study by researchers in Queensland might come as something of a shock. Depression simply isn't that picky. And when it comes to depressive disorders, parts of north Africa and the Middle East suffer …

Typhoon Haiyan death toll in Philippines estimated at 1,200

The Philippines Red Cross said it has received reports of 1,200 deaths in two areas devastated by typhoon Haiyan.<p>The agency said that at least 1,000 had been killed in Tacloban and 200 in Samar province. The typhoon has passed over the Philippines and is expected to hit Vietnam later today. …

Are Stilettos Empowering? It Depends On The Feet In Question

Photo: Courtesy of Christian Louboutin.<p>There was a pretty interesting debate going on over at <i>The New York Times</i> yesterday. Elizabeth Semmelhack, a</i> …

Supreme Court to hear case on separating church and state

WASHINGTON — When Susan Galloway, who is Jewish, and Linda Stephens, an atheist, complained about the Christian prayers at town board meetings in Greece, N.Y., they were told they could "leave the room or just not listen," Galloway said.<p>"We felt like outcasts," Galloway said. "We are not …

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Rare solar eclipse may be visible Sunday

The moon will blot out the sun Sunday in an eclipse that will be visible from eastern North America to the Middle East.<p>Sunday's celestial event is a relatively rare occurrence known as a hybrid solar eclipse. It will begin as an annular or "ring of fire" eclipse along the path of totality, then …

Families burdened by food stamp cuts - Video on NBCNews.com

>>> another big story affecting tens of millions of americans who rely on food stamps to feed their families. as of today they have to get by on less. about 5% less because a special part-time recession boost to the food stamp program has expired. nearly 48 million people, a lot of them working …

Motive, weapon, police response: Key questions remain in LA airport shooting

While many details remain unclear about the shooting rampage that killed a Transportation Security Administration worker Friday at Los Angeles International Airport, here are some of the questions investigators are trying to answer:<p><b>Who is he?</b><br>Authorities identified the gunman as Paul Anthony …

These Big-Eyed Fish Are Vacuuming Up Our Plastic Pollution At Night

A tiny fish with a nightly fix for plastic may be one of the culprits.<p>As University of Western Australia Oceans Institute director Carlos Duarte …

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Extreme Races: 10 Mind-Blowing Marathons (Photos)

NYC Is for Amateurs<p>Extreme Races: 10 Mind-Blowing Marathons (Photos)<p>Running 26.2 miles is crazy to begin with. So why not do it in one of the most …

Shaun Ryder on UFOs: 'It's not that I want to believe – it's impossible not to'

As singer with the Happy Mondays Shaun Ryder used to do a lot of drugs. But that doesn't explain the encounters with aliens he has turned into a new TV show, he insists<p>Shaun Ryder was 15 when he first saw one. He'd just started as a messenger boy at the post office, and was walking to the bus stop …

The 17 Day Diet Cookbook

• <b>Author:</b> Dr. Mike Moreno<p>Based on the <i>New York Times</i> bestselling book and revolutionary diet program that has swept the nation, a collection of easy, delicious, and healthy recipes that will help readers lose weight fast, and keep it off.<p>The #1 bestselling 17 Day Diet offers a lifetime plan for …

Daylight Saving Time 2013: When Does It End? And Why?

Here's why we get an extra hour of sleep and an earlier sunset this weekend.<p><b>With an extra hour of sleep and an earlier sunset, daylight saving time (also called daylight savings time) ends this weekend.</b><p>That means clock confusion is once again ticking away, giving rise to hotly debated questions: …