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Loving (2016)

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Box Office

Humanoid figure photographed on Mars

This mysterious humanoid figure was photographed on the red planet by the Mars Curiosity Rover.<p>At UFO Sightings Daily, Scott C. Waring writes:<p>This …

Paranormal

Scientists think they've discovered why we remember some dreams more vividly than others

This is known as rapid-eye-movement (REM) sleep, and it describes the portion of our sleep when we experience a storm of brain activity and eye movements while the rest of our body is paralyzed.<p>Now, scientists have found evidence that these rapid eye jerks resemble our eye movements when we are …

The Brain

A handful of dangerous new legal drugs has public health experts worried

Because these drugs are new and have not been rigorously tested, their effects may be erratic and unpredictable.<p>Some forms of these drugs, including flakka, have already been linked with several episodes of violent, dangerous, and even life-threatening behavior.<p>Since these drugs are not monitored, …

Consciousness

Why conservative billionaires have started talking like Bernie Sanders: “We are creating a caste system from which it’s almost impossible to escape”

This is Kenneth Langone, the founder of Home Depot and a longtime GOP donor. His biggest fear? Income inequality<p>I’ve written previously about the growing fear among elites that they’ve pushed economic inequality too far. That fear is proliferating, according to a New York Times Op-Ed this weekend …

Middle-class

I took a personality test to assess my leadership potential and it was freakishly accurate

Having never been asked to complete one while applying for a job, I assumed they were somewhat similar to the quizzes in Seventeen magazine I spent the better part of my adolescence taking.<p>Those quizzes, it seemed, were only useful for diagnosing people on the extremes — those who were destined to …

Psychology