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Top 10 Borderline Hentai Anime List [Best Recommendations]

Antoine Rizal<p>También puedes leer este artículo en:Español<p>If my memory served me right, Anime took a huge leap and poured out nudity or sexual …

North Korean defector trained in propaganda art now uses it to mock rulers

Sun Mu spreads paper painted with the names<p>Kim Il Sungand Kim Jong Il over the concrete floor of an art gallery. He lays the broad sheet at the gallery's entrance so that to view his work, visitors must step on the names of North Korea's late leaders, spreading dirt from their shoes into names the …

DC Comics: Bombshells #1 Review

These ladies are the bomb<p>If you’re a comic shop regular, chances are you’ve seen DC’s Bombshell statue line. Putting a retro spin on DC’s leading …

Review: FANTASTIC FOUR Fails On Its Own Terms Without The Bad Buzz

Dive Into The World Of Anime With These Shows

Within the past couple decades, there’s been a noticeably strong growing interest in anime – or Japanese animation – in the United States. At its height, it was seemingly everywhere you looked, whether you realized it or not.<p>But, for those of us who found the genre early, our interests have …

Anime

9 things bosses do that make great employees quit

It's pretty incredible how often you hear managers complaining about their best employees leaving, and they really do have something to complain about — few things are as costly and disruptive as good people walking out the door.<p>Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the …

Why America is Falling Behind the Rest of the World

America is declining, in large and important measures, yet policymakers aren’t paying attention. So argues a new academic paper, pulling together …

Is DC About to Wash Marvel?

Is Marvel Studios in a rut? I know, I know this week is an absurd time to pose that question. They’ve just scored their 12th number one box-office …

Marvel Universe

Fact-checking Bill O’Reilly’s dumb, hateful lies: Fox News propaganda breaks new ground

O’Reilly’s foaming insanity on immigration/media isn’t just wrong, it’s dangerous. Let’s break down the untruths<p>When Bill O’Reilly got his start on Fox News, he was charmingly irreverent, a moderating factor on a right-leaning news network; and I liked him for it. I was 14 years old, and would go …

Bryan Cranston said what?! The five biggest OMG moments from Comic-Con

<b>(CNN) —</b> Every year, studios, networks and publishers set out to wow fans at San Diego Comic-Con.<p>Some surprising moments are planned, but there are even more magical ones that are spontaneous.<p>This year seemed to be no exception, with many moments that went viral online soon after they happened.<p>Here …

“Faith-based arguments that deal with climate change are a smokescreen that mask the real problem”

Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist and evangelical Christian. She explains what’s wrong about religious right<p>As underscored by the current consternation of conservatives with Pope Francis over his encyclical on global warming, religion is perhaps the most confounding variable when it comes to …

Yahoo!

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Online Life

Step away from the burger: Why a 'Western' diet is bad for your health

<b>(CNN) —</b> The developing world is seeing rapid urbanization, with more than half of the world's population now living in cities and this figure expected to reach 70% by 2050.<p>But with this progression comes an urban lifestyle -- often meaning less physical activity and the consumption of a "Western" …

Immune System

23 cents an hour: The perfectly legal slavery happening in modern-day America

In skyrocketing prison populations, corporations and the government have a pool of powerless, exploitable workers<p>If you thought slavery was outlawed in America, you would be wrong. The 13th amendment to the Constitution states that "neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment …

Satanist takes Megyn Kelly to law school

She was confused by different constitutions being different things despite having “a lot of similar words”<p>On "The Kelly File" Wednesday night, host Megyn Kelly spoke to the Satanic Temple's Lucien Greaves about the decision not to erect a statue of Baphomet at the Oklahoma state capitol now that …

All 63 of Pope Francis' blunt tweets about climate change

Pope Francis took a historical step Thursday publishing a 180-page document urging every citizen of the world to take action on climate change. But …

Pope Francis

“Fox & Friends” just can’t stop the spin: In the wake of Charleston, we must arm our pastors and priests

It’s “extraordinary” that it’s being investigated as a hate crime, Steve Doocy said — it’s an attack on Christians<p>On "Fox & Friends" Thursday morning, co-host Steve Doocy said it was "extraordinary" that Police Chief Gregory Mullen referred to the massacre of nine black churchgoers by a young white …

Obama's interviews with local journalists don't go as planned

A handful of the regional interviewers invited to the White House didn't make it easy on the president.<p>The “Live from the White House” series is usually President Barack Obama’s show. But not all of his interviews with anchors from regional TV stations this week worked out quite as planned.<p>The …

Scientists conclude that global warming never went on 'hiatus'

A fresh look at the way sea temperatures are measured has led government scientists to make a surprising claim: The puzzling apparent hiatus in global surface warming never really happened.<p>In a study published Thursday in the prestigious journal Science, researchers from the National Oceanic and …

Ray Hinton spent 28 years in jail for a crime he didn’t commit. Now enjoying his freedom, he says faith in God and harnessing his imagination kept him going

Death Row

Watch Unedited 60 FPS Gameplay of Blizzard's First New Franchise in 17 Years

Blizzard has released new gameplay videos for its upcoming team-based shooter Overwatch.<p>Unlike previously released footage, the four new gameplay videos show unedited matches running at 1080p 60 frames per second.<p>Each of the videos focuses on a specific character. The first, Hanzo, is a Japanese …

‘Look ... It’s My Name on This’: Obama Defends the Iran Nuclear Deal

In an interview, the U.S. president ties his legacy to a pact with Tehran, argues ISIS is not winning, warns Saudi Arabia not to pursue a nuclear-weapons program, and anguishes about Israel.<p>On Tuesday afternoon, as President Obama was bringing an occasionally contentious but often illuminating …

Israel

Confronting Homeland Security's 'SSSS' Watch List

It's official. The Department of Homeland Security has placed me on a travel watch list. Every time I travel abroad, I now have "SSSS", which stands for Secondary Security Screen Selection, on my boarding documents. That means I get an extra rigorous full-body screening, thorough examination of …

Rachel Maddow slams Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio’s half-assed Iraq answers: “They weren’t duped by the CIA!”

“The problem here for us as a country… is how did we go to war on the basis of a deliberate lie?”<p>On Monday's edition of "The Rachel Maddow Show," host Rachel Maddow condemned GOP presidential contenders Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush for their fumbling answers regarding whether they would have started …

The world's thinnest transistor is just three atoms thick

There’s a new contender for the world’s thinnest piece of electronics — and at three atoms thick, it’s going to be hard to beat.<p>Researchers have discovered a new process for producing ultra-thin transistors, according to a paper published today in <i>Nature</i>. The devices are made from an experimental …

Box Office: 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Nabs Mighty $201M Overseas Debut

It won’t open until next weekend in America, but much of the worldwide movie going community got their initial sampling of Walt Disney’s <i>Avengers: Age of Ultron</i> starting late last week, and it has already crossed the $200 million mark overseas. The much-anticipated comic book superhero sequel …

Scientists in China edit human genome in embryos for the first time

New study confirms rumors in the scientific community, heralds new debate over the ethics of human genetic engineering<p>For the first time ever, scientists have reported editing the genetic code in human embryos. The work, carried out by researchers in China, sought to remove a gene responsible for a …

The Origins Of Saturn's Massive Superstorms Solved

Earth's hurricanes are puny by comparison<p>Storms here on Earth might be devastating events that can last for days and bring cities to their knees, but that's nothing compared to Saturn's storms. Massive thunderstorms complete with lightning and high winds can cover an area roughly the same size as …

Solar Power To Become Cheapest Source Of Energy In Many Regions By 2025, German Experts Say

Solar power still amounts for a small share of net electricity generation around the world. In the USA, for instance, as of December 2014 it was responsible for just 0.45% of the total electricity produced.<p>Things are changing quite quickly, however, and if the German think tank Agora Energiewende …

Renewable Energy

DirectX 12 Delivers: AMD, Nvidia, And Intel Hardware Tested With Awesome Improvements

You may be skeptical about DirectX 12, and I don’t blame you. After all, PC (and often by extension, console) games have been handicapped for <i>years</i> by prior versions of Microsoft's API. But recently AMD paved the way for a “closer to the metal” experience with Mantle, allowing game developers to …

Computer Hardware