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A Blood Test to Predict Suicide

In a groundbreaking new genetic discovery, doctors from Johns Hopkins have found a mutation involved in how the brain reacts to stress that can reliably predict suicide risk.

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When Moon Truthers Attack

Supporters of conspiracy peddler Alex Jones are FURIOUS that I dared to note his dismissal of the Apollo 11 mission. Talk about a lunatic fringe.

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Middle-Earth’s Heart Of War

It’s sixty years since the publication of J.R.R. Tolkien’s first volume of The Lord of The Rings. Why was he so inspired by the Great War—and a group of schoolfriends?

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Rand Paul Gears Up For 2016

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul hired a top political operative Monday for a potential 2016 presidential campaign.

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The Racism of Disaster Coverage

While the world watched the refloating of the cruise ship Costa Concordia, it all but ignored the sinking of migrant boats and the deaths of hundreds of people aboard them.

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Bruce Springsteen’s Bond Moment

The Boss, on holiday in Spain, is pictured emerging from the sea in great shape, setting a new standard for the hot male body at 64. How does he maintain it?

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‘The Real Housewives’ Loses a Leg

The sixth season finale of The Real Housewives of New York featured Aviva Drescher slam her prosthetic leg on a table, then throw it across the room. A new dramatic peak for the genre, or stinky nadir?

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The Spy Who Warned Us About Putin

Eight years ago, the Kremlin murdered a former KGB officer living in London with radioactive poison. The U.K. was too cozy with Russia to go after his killers—until now.

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Living With Disability in the Dark Ages

A newly discovered ancient skeleton showed signs of Down syndrome, yet it was given the same burial as other members of its community. What it tells us about the history of disability.

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The Cops Who Caught GM’s Death Cars

Seven years ago, a Chevy Cobalt with a defective ignition switch killed two teenage girls. How Wisconsin police discovered the lethal flaw before it became a national scandal.

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Allison Janney’s Incredible ‘Double O’

Nominated for Emmys for ‘Mom’ and ‘Masters of Sex,’ Allison Janney’s bravura turn in the drama’s season premiere likely secured her a nod for next year. It’s that good.

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Stop Repeating: Better Ways to Memorize

A team of scientists recently discovered that repetition is a terrible way to memorize information—and their findings highlight much better strategies.

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World Cup Fan Already Dropped By L’Oreal

And wearing red makes women appear threatening… to other women.

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Another Political Mess In Florida

A state judge ordered Florida to redraw its congressional districts Thursday after he found them to be gerrymandered.

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Major League Moron

Caught napping during a game against the Red Sox, one disgruntled fan is trying to turn his embarrassment into a fortune.

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Ebola Outbreak Could Have 1,500 Victims

Doctors Without Borders is calling the epidemic “out of control” in three countries—and hundreds of unknowing infected could be spreading the deadly virus even farther.

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Good Riddance To The American Dream

It’s time to redefine what it means to be successful in America.

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Israel and the Aftershock of Murder

Violence continues as the fault lines of hatred deepen not only between Arab and Jew, but within different communities.

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Doctors Confirm: Motörhead Rocks

Metal band Motörhead has been declared one of the hardest rocking bands on earth, thanks to their music making a headbanger’s brain bleed. (Don’t worry, the banger in question is okay.)

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Kate’s Bad Hair Day

Kate suffered a rare follicle malfunction when she was on an official visit to a school yesterday.

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