The last time the Earth was this warm was 125,000 years ago
The planet sizzled to its third straight record warm year in 2016, and human activity is to blame, federal scientists announced Wednesday.
Article: Auspicious Disappointment Today, A Reflection of November 8, 2016
Quick snapshot reflecting on my profound disgust in November. Given today is slams into reality this disaster, I wanted to voice my angst. M
First Contact in Decades with Rare Rhino in Indonesia's Borneo : DNews
The critically endangered rhinoceros was caught in a pit trap in East Kalimantan province.
Negative food messages make sugary snacks more enticing
Negative messages about unhealthy food can make that food more attractive, whereas positive or balanced messages are more likely to discoura
Top 10 World Heritage Sites for Kids -- National Geographic
Help your kids brush up on history and geography—and honor the 40th anniversary of UNESCO’s World Heritage List—by booking a family trip to
Wearable technology for menstruation support | The Horizons Tracker
A new wearable device promises to revolutionize women's menstruation period
Say No to War! Veterans for Peace Denounce America's Bogus Wars. "US For...
In this short video, the current Vice President of Veterans for Peace, Gerry Condon, denounces America's bogus wars in Afghanistan and other
Identity Theft: See The 9 States Where Its Worst | Bankrate.com
You're most likely to fall victim to identity theft in these states. Who ranks No. 1 for ID theft?
Democrats Turn Up The Heat By Forcing GOP To Vote On Killing Benghazi Co...
House Democrats are putting more pressure on Republicans by forcing them to vote on abolishing the bogus Benghazi Committee.
Immigration News Today: Martin O'Malley's Immigration Reform Includes Ex...
One day after speaking to the largest Latino conference in the U.S., Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley spoke in depth about
Hillary Clinton Is Disclosing Her Donors—She Shouldn't Let Them Write Po...
Clinton is disclosing the names of the super-rich funding her campaign. Now we need a system where she isn't held captive by them.
Social Advocacy and Politics: Some People Have to be Extra Careful on So...
Who you are plays a big role in what you can, and cannot, get away with on social media. This past weekend, Judy Mozes, the wife of Israeli
Why You Feel Unfulfilled: 3 Ideas That Will Change Your Life Forever
Turning to others for information on how to do something is powerful, but looking for their confirmation that you’re worthy of doing it is n
Immigration Case Exposes 800-Year-Old Rift on Supreme Court
Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision, released earlier this week, in Kerry v. Din, in w
U.S. employers add 280K jobs, unemployment rate rises to 5.5 percent
U.S. employers added a robust 280,000 jobs in May, showing that the economy is back on track after starting 2015 in a slump.
Alaska dig unearths what may be North America's oldest artwork
One of the scientists wonders if the pendants are signs of women at the Mead site. The ice-age sites scattered throughout Interior Alaska ar
OpEdNews Article: Article: Is CrowdFunding a boon for making bigotry pro...
Do crowd funding sites unjustly enrich individuals, corporations or small businesses for their disdainful bigotry or violent behavior? Maybe