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  • Yellowstone Supervolcano Hit by Swarm of EarthquakesYellowstone Supervolcano Hit by Swarm of Earthquakes
    Yellowstone supervolcano has been hit by a series of earthquakes, with more 30 recorded since June 12. The latest was recorded on Monday, June 19, with a magnitude 3 earthquake striking 8.6 miles north north-east of West Yellowstone, Montana. The swarm began last week, and on June 15 saw a magnitude 4.5 earthquake take place […]
  • Supreme Court Just Struck Blow Against Asset Forfeiture AbuseSupreme Court Just Struck Blow Against Asset Forfeiture Abuse
    The Supreme Court appears to be on a roll where asset forfeiture is concerned. SCOTUS isn’t making any sweeping overhauls, but the trend is clearly toward reform. Back in April, the court ruled 7-1 that Colorado can’t keep fines, court costs, and other money taken from defendants if their convictions are overturned. “Colorado may not […]
  • U.S.-Britain “Special Relationship” Dies Due to Political CorrectnessU.S.-Britain “Special Relationship” Dies Due to Political Correctness
    WASHINGTON, June 7, 2017 – “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent.” So said Sir Winston Churchill at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, in 1946. Winston Churchill. There is little doubt many Americans didn’t quite know what Churchill was talking about. Hadn’t America and […]
  • With Apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan:With Apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan:
    I’VE GOT A LITTLE LIST BY GARY BLAKE As some day it may happen that a victim must be found, I’ve got a little list — I’ve got a little list Of Republican offenders who might well be underground, And who never would be missed — who never would be missed! There’s the perky blonde Ivanka, […]
  • Benefit Of Vitamin D During PregnancyBenefit Of Vitamin D During Pregnancy
    Vitamin D, or the “sunshine vitamin” as many refer to it, touts a long-list of benefits, but you’ve probably heard it most frequently associated with bone health. Now, new research adds yet another benefit to the list: protection against childhood asthma. In a study, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers found […]
  • Tiger Woods Releases Statement Following ArrestTiger Woods Releases Statement Following Arrest
    Monday morning at 3 a.m., golfing great Tiger Woods was reportedly arrested on a suspicion of DUI charge, per WPTV. Woods later responded, detailing the arrest was due to an “unexpected reaction to prescribed medications.” .@TigerWoods addresses DUI arrest — Steve DiMeglio (@Steve_DiMeglio) May 29, 2017 Heres’ the full statement: “Tiger Woods: “I understand […]
  • Can the U.S. Government Control Healthcare Cost?Can the U.S. Government Control Healthcare Cost?
    Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we’ll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Michael Lee, Public Policy Analyst: Why doesn’t the US government force the healthcare industry to slash costs? Aside from the more […]
  • One in Five Australians Victim of Revenge PornOne in Five Australians Victim of Revenge Porn
    One in five Australians has experienced some form of revenge porn, a new survey has revealed. The report shows that people from marginalized communities are particularly vulnerable to the abuse, which included not just the release of the sexual images, but also the capturing of photos without consent and so-called “sextortion,” or threats of sharing […]
  • Americans Divided on Right to Have Internet AccessAmericans Divided on Right to Have Internet Access
    Two-thirds of Americans believe access to the internet is a privilege, not a human right, according to a new survey published this week. The survey of 2,000 Americans, conducted by cybersecurity and digital privacy company AnchorFree, also found that 42 percent of people who view the internet as a privilege believe it is up to […]
  • Bookworms Are Friendlier Than Television WatchersBookworms Are Friendlier Than Television Watchers
    Growing up, those who preferred reading over watching television may have been mocked, but a new study suggests they now have the last laugh. The study found that individuals who enjoyed reading were genuinely nicer and more personable than their TV watching peers. Although the study couldn’t prove cause and effect, it does give you […]


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