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11 Year Old Child Bride Speaks Out Before Being Killed

Two Nine-Year-Olds’ Magnificent Open Letter to Disney About Racial and Gender Stereotypes

“Like most people we love your attractions, but we found some problems with some of them and those problems are stereotypes.”<p>In the spring of 2015, a nine-year-old boy named Dexter went to Disneyland with his family and found himself deeply unsettled — not by a scary ride or the unpleasantness of …

Honda underreported 1,729 deaths and injuries

Honda failed to report 1,729 serious accidents resulting in injuries or deaths to U.S. safety regulators.<p>The company knew about the accidents that took place between 2003 and 2014, but blamed data entry and computer programming errors for the failure in a regulatory filing Monday.<p>Automakers are …

Tony Bennett: What I've Learned

Singer, painter, legend, 88, New York City<p><i>Interviewed by Cal Fussman, August 21, 2014</i><p><i>Published in the the November 2014 issue</i><p><b>I've been very fortunate.</b> I'm doing what I love and I'm getting away with it, you know?<p><b>Fame comes and goes.</b> Longevity is the thing to aim for.<p><b>If music sounds dated,</b> it means …

San Francisco

GOP ready to quell food stamp revolt

Republican leaders are threatening to take congressional action to stop state governors from flouting the food stamp cuts contained in the 2014 farm bill.<p>The governors of at least six states — New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Montana and Oregon — have now taken measures to protect …

Mikaela Shiffrin wins 5th WC slalom

LENZERHEIDE, Switzerland -- Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States completed her exceptional slalom season with a fifth World Cup race win on Saturday.<p>…

Skiing

The End Of Subsidized Phones Could Be Near

For almost a decade and a half, mobile customers – and Americans in particular – have enjoyed a certain economic perk: phone subsidies from the major carriers. This meant you could, on sign-up, get a very expensive phone for at most a few hundred dollars and, as an incentive to hang around, upgrade …

Chowing Down On Meat, Dairy Alters Gut Bacteria A Lot, And Quickly

Looks like Harvard University scientists have given us another reason to walk past the cheese platter at holiday parties and reach for the carrot sticks instead: Your gut bacteria will thank you.<p>Switching to a diet packed with meat and cheese — and very few carbohydrates — alters the trillions of …

The Evolution of Bitchiness

Women engage in indirect aggression and slut-shaming, even in clinical research studies. Why?<p>One day in Ontario, 86 straight women were paired off into groups of two—either with a friend or a stranger—and taken to a lab at McMaster University. There, a researcher told them they were about to take …

Before You Take Another Selfie in the Name of Personal Branding, Read This | Inc.com

The guy who sat down beside me noticed my shirt and said, "Hey, are you a cyclist?"<p>"I like to ride bikes, but I wouldn't call myself a cyclist," I said. "I'm nowhere near that good."<p>"Still," he said. "What's the toughest climb you've done?"<p>I thought about it. "I guess the back side of Reddish Knob."<p>…

Personal Branding

The one problem with Dropbox’s $8 billion valuation: The service is too easy to leave

Recently I ran out of space on the consumer-focused cloud storage service Dropbox, which as of this morning is reportedly valued at $8 billion. Dropbox has been (cleverly) backing up all my photos every time I connect my phone to my laptop, encouraging me to fill up my allotted gigabytes and get me …

Google Drive

Every Boston College player had a hand in this beautiful goal

Tape to tape to tape to tape to tape to goal.<p>The Vermont women's hockey team set a Hockey East record for attendance on Friday night when they hosted Boston College.<p>Yes, the Catamounts lost 6-1 to the fifth-ranked Eagles, so one might assume the crowd of 2,000-plus went home sad. But you haven't …

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Alcohol without the hangover? It's closer than you think

Science now allows us to develop a safer way to get drunk. But before we can sober up in minutes, the drinks industry needs to embrace this healthier approach<p>Imagine enjoying a seasonal drink at a Christmas party without the risk of a hangover the next day, or being able then to take an antidote …

Teens Are Deserting Facebook, And They're Heading To Places Where Their Parents Can't Find Them

Their gradual exodus to messaging apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat and KakaoTalk boils down to Facebook becoming a victim of its own success. The road to gaining nearly 1.2 billion monthly active users has seen the mums, dads, aunts and uncles of the generation who pioneered Facebook join it too, …

Building A Successful Product: Start Small And Listen

“The goal of a startup is to find the sweet-spot where minimum product and viable product meet — get people to fall in love with you. Over time, you …

Germany 'should offer Edward Snowden asylum after NSA revelations'

Writing in Der Spiegel, more than 50 high-profile Germans add to increasing calls for Berlin to welcome NSA whistleblower<p>An increasing number of public figures are calling for Edward Snowden to be offered asylum in Germany, with more than 50 asking Berlin to step up it support of the US …

Eminem Q&A Exclusive: The Making of 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2'

Eminem was just a couple of days away from finishing his new album, <i>The Marshall Mathers LP 2</i> (due November 5th), when we spoke in his suburban …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Why Ian Nairn, outspoken critic of postwar modernism, is as relevant as ever

Ian Nairn, the Observer's architecture critic, died aged just 53, but his work is now being rediscovered and his life remembered in a new book<p>An Englishman, middle aged, portly, in tie and suit, pushes his way through a beery crowd in 1970s Munich. The young Germans in the post‑hippy uniform of …