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Best Cameras for Backpacking (Top 8 Review in 2017)

Excellent Cameras for Backpackers<p>Nothing beats the thrill of leaving behind the stress of living in a city and simply hitting the outdoors for a few …

Tent idea for top of car to make camping easier, more comfortable

The concept<p>The Moonlit is a futuristic shelter designed to be installed on most cars. A large panoramic window lets you view the mysteries of the universe while you relax in comfort. The Moonlit proposes many features which cannot be found in a regular tent, like air conditioning, blackout windows, …

France arrests 15-year-old boy for planning imminent Paris attack - sources | Reuters

PARIS (Reuters) - A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in Paris suspected of preparing imminent “violent action”, two judicial sources said, the second alleged plot with links to Islamic State discovered in France this week.<p>French policemen take part in a police raid in Boussy-Saint-Antoine near …

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Hurry - once it's sold this opportunity will be gone!<p>Besides being memorable, .com domains are unique: This is the one and only .com name of it's …

Tourism

German minister: There are 500 'potential attackers' in Germany who pose 'a real and present danger'

Speaking in an interview with Bild newspaper, Thomas de Maiziere said there were currently at least 520 "potential attackers" in the country, which has been on edge since two Islamic State-inspired attacks in July.<p>He said another 360 "relevant" people were known to police because of their close …

How my Polaroids of the September 11 attacks led me into America's secret court system for terrorist suspects

On the day of the attacks, I lived directly across the Hudson River from the Twin Towers, in downtown Jersey City, New Jersey. As the buildings burned and then collapsed, the police shut down the entire Jersey City waterfront except for one small area, Morris Canal Park. The park had an …

New Jersey

How Silence Affects Our Brains in A Good Way, Science Explains

These days, you feel like a robot.<p><i>You drag your feet into work and you have to deal with your boss. You’re hustling this year yet again to try and</i> …

Mindfulness

The scary, intrusive thoughts you can only confess to a search engine

<i>Editor's note: This story discusses violent and graphic mental imagery.</i><p>Most people have experienced an intrusive thought even if they can't put a …

Mental Health

The subtle way Google plans to use its greatest skill to combat ISIS

"She told me, 'Well, I was looking at photos online and I thought I was going to go live in the Islamic Disneyworld,'" quotes Yasmin Green, head of research and development at Jigsaw, the think-tank spun out of Google earlier this year.<p>"It's so incredible because what you and I see in the media,</i> …

Mindfulness Changes The Way Our Brains React To Sadness

Almost every guide to happiness whether it’s a self-help book or an online checklist will extol the numerous benefits of meditation and mindfulness. …

Mindfulness

We’re surrounded by smiling, successful, talented people who are depressed

You don’t need to be told that mental illness is very, very common. There are statistics galore: One in five people in the US will experience mental illness this year. When considered over a lifetime, that figure rises to one in four people worldwide.<p>But it still doesn’t feel very normal. We’re …

NIST’s new password rules – what you need to know

It’s no secret. We’re really bad at passwords. Nevertheless, they aren’t going away any time soon.<p>With so many websites and online applications …

The Time U.S. Spies Thought Al Qaeda Was Ready to Nuke D.C.

American intelligence chiefs were so worried in late 2003 of a nuclear terror attack, they asked the British to take over their spying in case …

Isis commanders in Syria 'directed failed plot to launch new terror attack in Paris'

A cell of young women including one who had been engaged to two terrorists who were both later killed has been directed by Isis commanders in Syria …

Terrorism

Your Bad Job Is Ruining Your Mental Health (and It's Not Getting Any Better) | Inc.com

Everyone knows the kind of strain a bad job can put on one's physical and mental health. If you're somewhere you don't want to be all day, dealing with people that exhaust you, or are just simply forced to complete a task that doesn't sound appealing to you, it can be incredibly trying for your …

Mental Health

Photos: What we looked like watching 9/11 as it happened

No camera phones, just shock and awe<p>It can be hard to remember that only 15 years ago the way people engaged with large public events was …

Photography

Isis fighter reveals group's plan to spread even after defeat in Iraq and Syria and claims collusion with Turkey

Isis will flourish and survive even if it is defeated in the present battle for Syria and Iraq an Isis militant has told <i>The Independent</i>.<p>In an …

Middle East

Cases of PTSD on the rise as more veterans seek help for mental health problems

The number of veterans needing help for mental health problems such as PTSD has jumped by 71 per cent in the past five years in the aftermath of the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, a major military charity has warned.<p>Combat Stress said it had received nearly 10,000 referrals in the past five years …

Mental Health

Meet the U.S.'s First Ever Cyber Chief

Retired Air Force Brigadier Gen. Gregory Touhill just got a promotion.<p>The White House has named Touhill as the first ever federal chief information …

Prosecutor: Failed Paris car bomb plotted by IS-guided women

PARIS (AP) — A failed car bombing in the heart of Paris was hatched by a group of French women, including one once engaged to men who had already …

Extremism

North Koreans are defecting from the country in droves

With everything from the fear of deadly snakes to alleged executions by anti-aircraft guns, it's understandable why many North Koreans desire to flee the Hermit Kingdom.<p>What's interesting to note, however, is the economic class of defectors that have found their way out of North Korea. According to …

North Korea

My rescue dog is a nightmare but we've learned to deal with her mental illness

I have a nightmare dog. She’s aggressive, she’s demanding, she’s incredibly loud and when it rains she wees and poos all over our house. She can be so cruel to our other dog that he trembles all the time. Her name is Ginny, and she’s also, however, one of the most incredibly trained and obedient …

Pets

The Airstream BaseCamp is the Tiny Luxury Trailer You Never Knew You Wanted

4.7K<p>SHARES<p>Airstream's silver campers are legendary for both their appealing mid-century style as well as for the lavish living they make possible as …