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11 Ways To Party Like It's 1973

<i>First appeared on Food Riot, by Sara Bir</i><p>We initially brought out the book to get an idea for my daughter's birthday party. (A doggie theme, we quickly decided; she'll be turning four, and if a low-key doggie cut-up cake and an offhand game of Pin-The-Nose-On-The-Doggie will make her happy, so much …

Obama's Approval Rating Has Plunged To Near All-Time Lows

Obama's approval rating fell to just 41%, its lowest point since Dec. 26-28, 2011. It has dropped as low as 38% in the first term of his presidency. Meanwhile, Obama's disapproval rating was up to 50%. Overall, it was a 7-point swing from the previous day.<p>In the Real Clear Politics average of nine …

Interior Secretary Shows Her Energy Savvy in North Dakota

WILLISTON, N.D. — Seated around a table in a warehouse next to a drilling rig next to a neighborhood, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell led with …

President Obama accused by senior Republican of 'weak' stance on Russia

President Barack Obama faced calls Sunday to pursue a more hawkish line on Russia, with an influential Republican foreign policy voice suggesting the US leader lacked sufficient insight over Vladimir Putin's intentions.<p>Arizona senator and former White House candidate John McCain suggested that …

Fight for New York comptroller gets ugly as Stringer and Spitzer trade blows

The race for New York city comptroller – usually just a sleepy footnote to the citywide elections – has escalated into one of the nastiest political battles of 2013.<p>In the latest trading of blows, Manhattan borough president Scott Stringer and former governor Eliot Spitzer, the two Democratic …

Report Blasts Oversight Of New York's For-Profit Career Colleges

New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the state's for-profit career colleges see "alarmingly little oversight" and some are operating without licenses.<p>In a report released this week, DiNapoli also said half of the schools audited by his office ignore reporting requirements on job placement and …

Matt Damon Disses Obama: 'He Broke Up With Me'

Matt Damon has been everywhere this week promoting his new film "Elysium," but the actor really decided to shake things up by dissing President Obama in a recent interview with BET.<p>"You've been critical of President Obama in the past," stated the interviewer during a press junket. "How do you feel …

GOP Strains To Win Back Senate While Keeping Conservative Activists Happy

The Republican Party's political arm in the Senate is trying to protect their incumbents while trying to avoid a conservative revolt. "Our job is simple: winning. So we reserve the right to do what it takes to win," says Dayspring.<p>WASHINGTON — When the National Republican Senatorial Committee sent …

Watching Fox News Increases Distrust In Climate Science

Conservative media makes people distrust scientists, and in turn, doubt the existence of climate change.<p>Science has done a good job of documenting the great divide between liberals and conservatives on the issue of climate change. Several studies have found that watching conservative media outlets, …

Booze Restores Vigor, Nine Of 10 Charlatans Agree

Feeling bilious? Have a swig of tonic. Got a kid with a toothache? A dab of cocaine tooth powder could do the trick.<p>Much to the shock of our 21st-century sensibilities, popular remedies of the late 19th century often contained strong mind-altering substances like cocaine and opium. And while …

Stem cells: what happened to the radical breakthroughs?

It's 1998 and science is taking big strides. The first cloned mammal, Dolly the Sheep, has just had her first lamb; the first robotically assisted heart surgery has been completed; Furbys have hit the shelves. In a bold announcement, biomedical engineer Professor Michael Sefton declared that within …

New immunity-boosting drug helps body kill cancer

A new type of drug that “revs up” the immune system to destroy cancer is being tested on humans for the first time.<p>Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed the treatment in an attempt to tackle cancers, such as those of the pancreas, head and neck, that are particularly hard to …

An Engineer Beats The Physics Of Traffic

William Beaty, an electrical engineer, has come up with a "traffic fluid dynamics" theory to explain traffic jams, and tells host Rachel Martin how drivers can help smooth out the waves of traffic flow.<p>Transcript<p>RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:<p>Ah, the road trip - one of the great American summer rituals. But …

The Week In Numbers: The First Lab-Grown Burger, 3-D Printed Body Parts, And More

<b>$600,000</b>: the funding the National Institutes of Health has awarded to bioprinting projects since 2007. See how 3-D printed body parts will revolutionize medicine.<p><b>20,000</b>: the number of cow cells used to make the first lab-grown beef patty<p><b>$15,000</b>: the money this team hopes to raise for a campaign to …

OxyContin maker closely guards its list of suspect doctors

Over the last decade, the maker of the potent painkiller OxyContin has compiled a database of hundreds of doctors suspected of recklessly prescribing its pills to addicts and drug dealers, but has done little to alert law enforcement or medical authorities.<p>Despite its suspicions, Purdue Pharma …

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Starwatch: The Perseids meteor shower

The Perseids meteor shower is now in full flow as meteoroid particles from Comet Swift-Tuttle rain into the Earth's upper atmosphere at 59 km per second. Although they are following parallel paths, perspective causes them to diverge from a radiant point in Perseus which climbs from about 30° high …

Can 'Brain Freeze' Cause Long-Term Brain Damage?

And is it already too late?!<p>We've all sucked down a milkshake so quickly that it causes a sudden headache—the dreaded brain freeze. But . . . milkshake. Tasty. Must. Drink. Could chugging the rest of that shake cause lasting brain damage?<p>First, let's get one thing straight. "This condition is …

Is Kickstarter Hostile To Science?

By discouraging a promising science project, Kickstarter could be encouraging corporate monopolies, enabling sloppy legislation, and keeping cool glow-in-the-dark plants out of our houses.<p>On July 31, Kickstarter updated its guidelines to include this sentence: "Projects cannot offer genetically …