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There Are Health Benefits To Drinking Warm Lemon Water

It might seem silly that a concoction made of just lemon and water could be a health trend, but many are raving about the benefits of the beverage. What exactly…

United Decides It Doesn’t Really Need To Boot Passengers For Crew Anymore

Following last week's boarding debacle, United Airlines is changing its policy to try to prevent a repeat of that fiasco. …

Yellowstone Forced To Euthanize One of Three Remaining White Wolves

Sadly, one of only three white wolves roaming Yellowstone National Park has been put down by park staff after it was found with severe injuries…

Guns in America: Supreme Court to Consider Gun Case

The U.S. Supreme Court, including the newly confirmed conservative Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, will soon conference to hear arguments in a gun-rights case from California that has the potential to…

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai: MOAB ‘brutal act against innocent people’

Kabul, Afghanistan – An attack that saw the United States drop the largest non-nuclear bomb on Afghanistan was a “brutal act” against Afghan people, the environment and the country’s sovereignty,…

You’re Happiest In Life At These 2 Ages

It seems that life is a constant pursuit of happiness, but when do we ever reach true bliss? According to a 2013 study, the closest we’ll likely get to happiness…

Unprotected Sex May Explain This Common Vaginal Infection

We all know having sex without a condom comes with obvious risks, like STIs and pregnancy. Unprotected sex during one-night stands may also be responsible for a common vaginal infection…

It’s official: Saturn’s moon has just about everything you need to make life

Deep-sea vents could infuse Enceladus’ ocean with microbe food NASA/JPL-CalTech Artist illustration of Cassini at Enceladus The results are back from the Cassini spacecraft’s closest encounter with Enceladus, and they’re…

Destroying the Environment Under Trump: Fracking Comes To the Arctic

By Scott L. Montgomery, Affiliate Faculty, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. Trans-Alaska Pipeline, northern Brooks Range, Alaska. U.S.Geological Survey/Flickr Arctic lands and waters hold irresistible allure for…

Liberals fume at Democratic establishment for refusing to take more risk

WASHINGTON — Liberal activists are unleashing their fury on the Democratic Party establishment for failing to recognize that rampant disgust with President Donald Trump is now fueling an enthusiasm among…

United Airlines Spent Millions Fighting Passenger Protecting Regulations

United Airlines, the Chicago-based giant at the center of a public relations storm for its forcible removal of a passenger from a weekend flight, has spent more than $41 million…

Check Out the Awesome First Ever Photo of a Black Hole’s Event Horizon

The first attempt to peer inside a black hole and take an image of its event horizon—the point of no return—appears to have been a success, with no major problems…

Spicer’s Hitler Analogy Goes Horribly Awry

Trump's chief propagandist Sean Spicer is being hit with a wave of criticism—the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is even calling for his firing—after he said Hitler wasn't that…

United’s Nasty Video Mess Gets Worse and Worse

(NEWSER) – The fallout from the video of a United passenger being removed from a plane isn’t just a PR mess for the company, it’s a financial one as well.…