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Photos Of Waikiki's Homeless Reveal What It's Like To Live On The Streets In Paradise

A good night’s sleep in Waikiki is hard to come by for Roberta Huddy.<p>She became homeless about a year ago after losing her job as a guest services agent at one of the hotels.<p>Now Huddy, who was born and raised on Kauai, lives in a worn-down Chevy Astro with her husband, Greg, on Kalakaua Avenue next …

Award-Winning Wildlife Photography

For the B&H Wilderness Photo Competition, several photographers from all around the world have captured amazing pictures of the flora and fauna. …

Zoo Saves Pudú Fawn Whose Mother Dies After Giving Birth

A mother Southern pudú at Edinburgh Zoo gave birth to her fawn, named Scarlet. Sadly, only two and a half weeks later, Scarlet's mother died due to a …

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Save the World from Shitty Fast Fashion by Supporting Sumzine

Sumzine is about buying less and buying better in a world consumed by fast fashion. We called up publisher Jamie Ortega to talk about the importance of buying sustainable gear and the zine's Kickstarter campaign.<p>Last February, stylist and producer Jamie Ortega published <i>Sumzine</i>. The biannual zine …

How Angelina Jolie Can Singlehandedly Change The Way We Talk About Sexual Violence

When Angelina Jolie convened the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict a month ago, the actress and humanitarian urged attendees to take a …

Does 'Hookup Culture' Hurt Women?

In the past few years, there’s been shift in gender roles among high school and college students, one where modern young women eschew what-can-be …

Scientists dig up giant virus more than 30,000 years old in Siberia

Scientists have unearthed a giant virus more than 30,000 years old from the frozen soil in a remote region of Siberia.<p>While this ancient virus is harmless to people, the scientists behind the discovery warn that the discovery suggests that the thawing of permafrost in polar regions, as a result of …