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Want a Happy Marriage? Science Says Couples Should Do These 7 Things for Each Other Often

Author Eric Barker dissects the book, "The All-or-Nothing Marriage: How the Best Marriages Work," and discovers science-backed behaviors for a happy marriage.<p>How many motivational books have you read? You know how it goes, right? The author conveys his or her version of the secrets of life, …

Happiness

Screens are killing your eyeballs, and now we know how

The "blue screen of death" is taking on a whole new meaning.<p>Blue light’s rap sheet is growing ever longer. Researchers have connected the high-energy visible light, which emanates from both the sun and your cell phone (and just about every other digital device in our hands and on our bedside …

Blade Runner

Why—And How—You Should Incorporate Roses In Your Diet

Your favorite romantic flower isn't just for your garden<p>I've always loved roses in a vase, but recently I've started to add them to just about …

Sam Smith

Monsanto ordered to pay $289 million in world's first Roundup cancer trial

(Reuters) - A California jury on Friday found Monsanto liable in a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged the company's glyphosate-based weed-killers, including Roundup, caused his cancer and ordered the company to pay $289 million in damages.<p>The case of school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson was the …

Pesticides

States With The Best Public School Systems

There are many factors that contribute to a great public school system: performance, funding, safety, class size and instructor credentials, to name a few. Although the quality of public schools can vary greatly within a state, personal finance site WalletHub recently set out to determine which …

College & University

Why Having Sex Makes You Feel Better the Next Day, According to Science

Sex has long been linked to a lengthened life and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. But new research suggests that it may have powerful …

Self-improvement

Study links frequent gadget use to increased ADHD symptoms in teens

It’s no secret that the number of hours teens spend on electronic devices has some impact on their well-being. What scientists disagree on, however, is just how much.<p>The latest study, published in the <i>Journal of the American Medical Association</i>, has linked Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder …

Mental Health

Before Trump meeting, Putin makes play for Europe

HELSINKI — The fanciest footwork in Moscow on Sunday was not on the World Cup pitch at Luzhniki Stadium but at the Kremlin — where Russian President …

Russia

Believe it or not, Trump just told the truth

I used to say that if you wanted to know whether President Trump was telling the truth, flip a coin. But it turns out I overstated the odds of Trumpian truthfulness.<p>The Post’s Fact Checker reviewed all claims Trump made at his Montana rally last week and found that 76 percent of them were false or …

Domestic Violence

Inside Mueller’s New Army

As the special counsel zeroes in on Russia’s online arsonists, he’s brought in a new crew of cyberspy fighters—and a straight-up street crime …

Trump's midterm message gets spark from progressive rhetoric

<b>(CNN) —</b> The rest of the political world is easing down for the July Fourth holiday, but President Donald Trump is in the middle of a midterm election preview, juicing his political base and baiting Democrats as "radical" leftists who are soft on crime and immigration.<p>The President, who clearly …

Ask Yourself These 5 Questions To Improve Your Photography

For anyone reading this who is serious about the craft of photography — no matter if you’re a professional or a hobbyist — it’s likely that among …

This Simple Posing Trick Makes People Instantly Look Thinner

Photographer Niels Kemp recently asked wedding photographer and Nikon ambassador Brett Florens for his best piece of advice for beginning …

This custom tiny home features a surprisingly spacious interior

Creating a comfortable living space is the always first challenge of tiny home design. Although many people decide to forgo a spacious sleeping area …

6 Reasons Why Your Photos Aren’t Razor Sharp

Picture this: you come home after a great day out photographing and you’re excited to look through all the beautiful images you’ve captured. However, …

Want Better Photos? Get to Know Your Camera Sensor

No, I'm not saying to take your camera sensor out for a nice dinner and talk about its hopes and dreams. Rather, getting to know the unique …

Cost plunges for capturing carbon dioxide from the air

Pulling carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and using it to make synthetic fuel seems like the ultimate solution to climate change: Instead of adding …

A president can’t obstruct justice? That’s not quite right, legal scholars say.

The assertion by President Trump’s lawyers that he cannot obstruct justice because he has absolute authority over all federal investigations is legally problematic, analysts say, because it would essentially mean the nation’s commander in chief is above the law.<p>But the president’s powers are …

Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s lawyers have for months quietly waged a campaign to keep the special counsel from trying to force him to answer questions in the investigation into whether he obstructed justice, asserting that he cannot be compelled to testify and arguing in a confidential letter …

Donald Trump

This Map Shows the Best-Paying Company In Every State

You don't have to be a top executive to make six figures.<p>You may think earning a big salary means climbing the corporate ladder. Not necessarily.<p>Many …

Democrats may be in for a surprise in 2018

The Republican Party’s dance with President Trump has long been marked by fits and starts. And for much of that troubled relationship, it has been hard to grasp why so many conservatives would sell their political souls to a man who wallows in racist stereotypes, questions federal judges’ …

22 Cities Around the World Best Explored by Bicycle

‘A confidential informant is not a spy’: Lindsey Graham undercuts his ally Trump

One of the most telling features of Trump's presidency is the silence of his fellow Republicans. The GOP has largely given up on criticizing his controversial comments, having been rebuked too many times by their base for doing so. The best way to tell when they think Trump has gone too far is when …

This Is the Best Park in Every U.S. State

And how much it costs to visit.<p>This summer, get yourself, your family, or even your pet outdoors and explore the hidden natural wonders in your own …

National Parks

The hostile border between Trump and the head of DHS

President Trump began berating Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in the Oval Office earlier this spring, according to administration officials, griping about her performance and blaming her for a surge in illegal border crossings.<p>White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, who installed …

Trump’s Reckoning Arrives

The president’s unpredictability once worked to his advantage—but now, it is producing a mounting list of foreign-policy failures.<p>“Gradually and then suddenly.” That was how one of Ernest Hemingway’s characters described the process of going bankrupt. The phrase applies vividly to the accumulating …

Geopolitics

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake: ‘Our presidency has been debased’

Sen. Jeff Flake, one of the most vocal critics of President Trump in the Republican Party, said Wednesday that Trump has “debased” the presidency and that the nation’s leadership “may have hit bottom.”<p>In an interview with The Washington Post and an address to the graduating class at Harvard Law …

Nation of shoplifters: the rise of supermarket self-checkout scams

You’re not a thief, are you? Perish the thought. But when it comes to self-checkout tills anyone can make a ‘mistake’<p>A couple of Tuesdays ago, after a difficult day at work, a thing that happens to me more often than I’d usually care to admit happened once again. At a supermarket self-checkout …

eCommerce

Hawaii lava finally reaches the Pacific -- only to create another deadly danger

<b>(CNN) —</b> First it was catastrophic lava. Then it was sulfur dioxide. Now Big Island residents have yet another danger to worry about.<p>Laze -- a mashup of "lava" and "haze" -- is a nasty product formed when hot lava hits the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and volcanic glass particles into the …

Geology

The secret FBI informant, and Trump’s increasingly tortured claims about the Russia probe

The Trump team's strategy on the special counsel's Russia investigation is to foment chaos, throw things at the wall, and worry about the facts later — or not at all.<p>The New York Times's Maggie Haberman on Friday crystallized this in a CNN interview. “The through line is: They don't care,” she …

Donald Trump