Moderators make hundreds of decisions every day. It needs to be done by smart, well-adjusted people You may have shrugged when you heard that some Facebook staff are suing the company over working conditions.
There are a few reasons cervical cancer is known as a silent killer among women. For one, the disease doesn't present any symptoms until it is at a later stage. This makes the illness tricky to catch and
A powerful volcanic eruption has rocked New Zealand’s White Island, a small uninhabited volcanic islet sticking up out of the sea in the Bay of Plenty, 50 kilometres offshore of the country’s North Island.
The lime, orange and jalapeño flavours work together brilliantly here. The chicken ‘sours’ from the citrus, and is given a good thwack of jalapeño for heat and honey for stickiness. Basting is important
Existential crisis in 3... 2... 1... To paraphrase the big man Carl Sagan, everyone and everything you have ever known exists on that little speck. (That's not a picture of the Milky Way, but you get idea.)
(CNN) — A man broke into the Rochester, New York, home of an 82-year-old woman. It didn't end well -- for him. Willie Murphy said she was getting ready for bed Thursday night when a man began pounding
Want to Make Difficult Conversations Easy? Try This 1 Counterintuitive Trick, According to Psychology
The anxiety you feel before entering a tough conversation can be greatly mitigated. No one looks forward to a difficult conversation, whether it's with a troubling co-worker, a toxic boss, family, friends,
End of audiobook snobbery as scientists find reading and listening activates the same parts of the brain
Book snobs who insist that reading literature is superior to listening to an audiobook may want to look away now. Neuroscientists have discovered that the same cognitive and emotional parts of the brain
Drakkar Klose def. Christos Giagos at UFC 241: Best photos ANAHEIM, Calif. — You wonder what was going through Drakkar Klose’s head was as he carried Christos Giagos on his shoulder during the third round
Theory linking seismic activity and appearance of rare oarfish fails to hold water People in Japan hoping to predict the next big earthquake should ignore mysterious deep-sea fish after experts said rare