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By opening up on national television about identifying as transgender, Bruce Jenner has become one of a small percentage of people who identify with a gender that conflicts with the one they were assigned at birth...

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Like all absent-minded people, I occasionally misplace my iPhone around the house. It's typically just under a cushion after being swallowed by my couch, but I instantly go into panic mode from the insecurity of not having my phone on me at all times. Before the Apple Watch came out, I'd have to...

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Nepal still faces more deadly earthquakes in the near future, even after the magnitude-7.8 temblor that killed more than 3,000 people on Saturday...

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To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau on April 29th, Alex Kershaw has sent us an extract from his book The Liberator  DACHAU – 29 APRIL 1945 COLONEL FELIX SPARKS, a 26-year-old task force commander with the 45th Infantry Division, was deep inside the Dachau complex. He...

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Following the end of World War II, photographer Hein Gorny took spectacular aerial shots of the ravaged German capital. These were the first, if not only, photos of Berlin taken by a German photographer just a few months after the end of the war. The square in front of Brandenburg Gate. Brandenburg...

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“Leading a formation of Havocs–A-20, twin-engine attack bombers–that dropped their bombs on a Nazi command headquarters in France and were on their way back to base when the German guns below got their range,” the five-page letter from Ninth Air Force Headquarters to Sgt. Ken Dvorak’s...

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Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has vetoed an anti-Common Core bill, arguing that it did not guarantee the standards would not be used in schools in the state. SB 2161 would have created a 15-member committee that would research and recommend standards the state should implement to the state...

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The towns of Concord and Lexington saw the beginning of the American Revolutionary War. Although the outcome of the war is well known among historians of the world, some accounts of the events, however, are more of a myth than reality. Paul Revere was many things – an early industrialist, a...

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Polls show that a majority of Americans now favor legalizing marijuana. Yet, in the vast majority of U.S. states, carrying too much marijuana can land you with a felony charge, as this map by DrugTreatment.com shows. 10 states and Washington, D.C. have removed felony possession for marijuana from...

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For the past 30 years, Nikon has held a contest for the year’s best microphotography images, and competition has been fierce. In 2011, they brought those still images to...

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Masking a brag with false modesty—known as a "humblebrag" in today's parlance—may seem like an effective way to boast about your achievements without seeming like, well, an egotistical jerk. But a working paper from Harvard Business School researchers finds exactly the opposite, noting that...

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A B-17E bomber, which is an early model of the World War Two famous Flying Fortress, is the only remaining aircraft of its kind the world. Known as Sal, the B-17Es survives today only because in 1942 she got lost in a storm as she was making her way across the Atlantic to join the Allied war...

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A plan that links culture, the creative industries and education would encourage economic growth and draw new talent from universities The UK’s creative industries have never been stronger. British developers are behind some of the world’s bestselling video games, UK architectural companies...

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Arizona State University is partnering with online learning platform edX to offer first-year university students across the world the opportunity to take their first year courses online for full university credit and no admissions process. The Global Freshman Academy will offer courses at a cost...

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