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Pregnant Women Are Finding Out They Have Cancer From A Genetic Test Of Their Babies

Sequenom Laboratories revealed today that its prenatal genetic tests have uncovered cancer in at least 26 pregnant women. These cases, though extremely rare, are raising ethical questions about the unregulated — and rapidly evolving — genetic-testing industry.<p>Last May, when she was 10 weeks …


Here's The Truth About The G-Spot

Like, is it a thing? Asking for a friend.

I'm A New Mom — What If I Never Work Full-Time Again?

My husband and I kept our money separate through nearly a decade of marriage. That became impossible after our baby was born.<p>Until last February, when I had my first child, I had never not worked. But then a three-month maternity leave from an editing job turned into a six-month hiatus while I …

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Cholesterol in food not a concern, new report says

<b>(CNN) —</b> For more than a week, speculation has been running rampant. Here's how it all started.<p>On February 10, The Washington Post published a headline that got a good amount of attention: "The U.S. government is poised to withdraw longstanding warnings about cholesterol."<p>Every five years, the …


This Photographer Traveled To 37 Countries To Prove That Female Beauty Is Everywhere

The photo project "Atlas of Beauty" took photographer Mihaela Noroc to 37 countries, where she saw endless versions of beauty over 15 months.

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Listen to Anthony Bourdain's Entire Interview on 'Opie With Jim'

Earlier today, <b>Anthony Bourdain</b> stopped by Sirius XM's <b>Opie With Jim Norton</b> show to talk with its two hosts about his famous love of <i>jiu jitsu</i>,why the existence of Olive Garden makes him "angry," and the unfortunate occurrence of groin tears. What does that particular injury feel like? "Have you ever …

Why I'm Moving Back To South Africa

Award-winning journalist Jonny Steinberg on the man who inspired him to write his new book, A Man of Good Hope, as well as return to his home country.<p>I am not a person prone to smugness. When I say that my life is the sanest and gentlest a person in our times can hope to live, it is with gratitude, …

Nobody Is Sure Why A Promising Ebola Drug Trial Ended

The company producing the new Ebola treatment suddenly pulled out of Liberia, leaving researchers confused.<p>NAIROBI — A year after the onset of the worst Ebola outbreak in history, Liberia has become ground zero for something equally unexpected — a historic public health experiment.<p>The U.S. National …


9 Things I Want My Son To Know About The Universe

Life is short, and you've got a lot to learn. Here are a few good places to start.<p>His name's William; we call him Billy. That video is him on his birthday.<p>It's a strange thing, because he's barely begun to exist and yet he's already about 1% of the way through the time he'll exist for. He hasn't …

Here's Hillary Clinton's Personnel File From Her Time As An Arkansas Professor

A gum chewer, and a "limited pacer." "Both of these points are minor, and we have no doubt will be eliminated as Prof. Rodham acquires more experience."

Robert Mugabe Just Became Head Of The African Union Because Sure Why Not

When your whole thing is to keep presidents from being overthrown, what's the harm.

12 must-have Super Bowl party dishes to serve this year

Hosting a Super-Bowl party is as much about the delicious snacks than watching the game itself. From cheesy dips, to sliders, to decadent sweets, the options are seemingly endless. In honor of the game, we've rounded up some of the most popular recipes from Pinterest, and they are insanely …


Whole Foods' Amazing Tuna Salad Made Skinny

The first time I tasted this colorful tuna salad was at Whole Foods on Columbus Circle in NYC. I fell in love with the flavor and knew I had to make my skinny version at home! Light mayonnaise, dried cranberries, fresh dill and chopped apples are some of the yummy ingredients used to make my …

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How to Make a Perfect Frittata: Rules to Follow and Mistakes to Avoid

A custardy, perfectly-cooked frittata is easier to cook than you think—just don't make these mistakes.<p>A well-made frittata is one of the world's most perfect foods. It's cheap, quick-cooking, and an efficient vehicle for leftovers—not to mention equally delicious at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. …


The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

In Monte Carlo recently, we were window-shopping. Not only when we peeked at the displays in the windows of Cartier and Prada, Hermes and Dolce & Gabbana... but everywhere we went, all the time. We'd never witnessed anything like this up close.<p>"Monaco is the most beautiful place on earth," remarked …

The Supreme Court Is Likely To Set Up The Same-Sex Marriage Showdown On Friday

A guide.<p>This will be the second time the justices have considered whether to take any of the cases out of Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and/or Tennessee. When they did so on Jan. 9, they took no action on those cases, instead re-listing them for discussion on Friday.<p>This is a new practice by the court …


Groundbreaking Study Reveals The Main Reason Behind Most Cases Of Cancer

The researchers said Thursday that random DNA mutations accumulating in various parts of the body during ordinary cell division were the prime culprits behind many cancer types.<p>They looked at 31 cancer types and found that 22 of them, including leukemia and pancreatic, bone, testicular, ovarian, …


No health insurance? Penalties to rise in 2015

WASHINGTON (AP) — The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people.<p>It's the first year all taxpayers have to report to the Internal Revenue Service whether they had health insurance for the previous year, as required under President Barack Obama's …

Why I Still Love "Rent"

The 1996 musical about AIDS-afflicted artists scandalized and inspired my romantic teenage self. Figuring out what Rent got totally wrong about adult life — and right.<p><i>Rent</i> first came to San Francisco in 1999, when I was in seventh grade. My best friend Dylan and I were allowed to go see it …

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Don't Buy A DSLR

Just getting into photography? Great! When you're looking for a camera, keep on walking past those DSLRs--as of now, their moment is over.<p>You want to get more into photography. You've got somewhere between a few and several hundred dollars to spend on a camera. You want to learn a little bit about …

Liberians With Most Dangerous Job In The World Forced To Sign Away Their Rights

Exclusive: "If you are in the [Ebola] unit and, God forbid, something happens to you, nobody is responsible for it." Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Monrovia.<p>MONROVIA, Liberia — Liberian health workers on the front line of their country's Ebola response are being required to sign away …

President Obama Slammed Climate Change Deniers Saturday During His Commencement Speech

"Climate change is no longer a distant threat but has moved firmly into the present," Obama said during the commencement of the University of California, Irvine.

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African Asylum Seekers Make Epic Trek Through Latin America To Reach The U.S.

But their fate hangs on wary courts.<p>EL PASO, Texas — Amidu Fredrick Sinayor came to this quiet border town from his native Ghana, where he was persecuted for being gay. Abdi, from Somalia, came here to escape Islamist militants who he says tortured him at home.<p>Since late December, dozens of …


Marking Africa Day On Twitter By Crowdsourcing Africa's Future Using #TheAfricaWeWant

#theafricawewant is collecting voices from across the continent and their hopes for what could come next.


Mary Landrieu's Doing Something Weird: Running On Her Record

"I don't apologize." The Louisiana Democrat is vulnerable in 2014, but she isn't running a quiet campaign.<p>WASHINGTON — When Sen. Mary Landrieu took to the floor Nov. 21, 2009, she was determined to set the record straight. With Senate leaders still struggling to find the votes for the law that …

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A New Project Gathers Testimony From The Victims Of Nigeria's Boko Haram

The kidnapping of 300 schoolgirls is just one in a long history of violent attacks in northern Nigeria.<p>ABUJA, Nigeria — When Boko Haram kidnapped 300 schoolgirls in Nigeria a month ago, it grabbed international attention. But the Islamist separatist group has been carrying out this kind of violence …


FX's "Fargo" Will Remind You Of What's Great About The Movie

The new Fargo series is an adaptation of the Coen brothers film that doesn't use the same characters or story. Instead, it tries to recapture the setting, sense of humor, and accents that make the movie a modern classic.<p>There is no Marge Gunderson in <i>Fargo</i>, the new limited series based on the 1996 …


How An Ohio Housewife Flew Around The World, Made History, And Was Then Forgotten

Jerrie Mock was a 38-year-old housewife from Columbus, Ohio, when, 50 years ago this week, she accomplished what Amelia Earhart is famous for having failed to do. But in the decades since, as Mock's life began to unravel, history all but forgot the pilot who made it.<p>Just before the coast …

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How Rwandan Women Got Their Power

Twenty years after Rwanda’s genocide, the country’s women have made huge strides in politics and law. But culture changes more slowly.<p>KIGALI, Rwanda — Alphonsine Mukarugema, the outgoing president of Rwanda's Women's Parliamentary Forum, never aspired to politics. She was a teacher, like her …