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By Cathy Jameson While driving to the grocery store Friday morning, I tuned into a national talk radio show. I was just about to turn the station to find some music to listen to when I heard the announcer say...

Tell Us What You Really Think About Donald Trump

I've sort of promised myself not to write about Donald Trump, but (a) it's a weekend, and (b) David Fahrenthold has a pretty entertaining piece about Trump in the Washington Post today. Here's a brief excerpt of some of the reactions...Show More Summary

Topping pattern Or Consolidation For Equities?

By Poly This is an excerpt from this weekend’s premium update from the The Financial Tap, which is dedicated to helping people learn to grow into successful investors by providing cycle research on multiple markets delivered twice weekly. Now offering monthly & quarterly subscriptions with 30 day refund. Promo code ZEN saves 10%. Cycle Count Observation Probable Outlook […]

We must talk about Islam: A faith that affects everyone should be susceptible to critique by all

A new documentary gets the Charlie Hebdo aftermath wrong: Freedom of expression is at stake for us all

We have the left and right all wrong: The real story of the politics of nostalgia and tradition

The right is less committed to tradition than hierarchy. Liberals actually look backward, in hopes of better future

Are ultrasounds the newest weapon in the war on women?

Abortion opponents believe in-utero images have profound effect on pregnant women but fail to see bigger picture

I thought travel was a thing of my past

I tried to convince myself I could live vicariously through others. But with a second marriage came a second chance

Jazz Heavyweight Terence Blanchard Won't Turn a Blind Eye

Terence Blanchard Fifty-three year-old New Orleans-born trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard is a heavyweight among his musical peers, and not only for his passion as an amateur boxer. As a bandleader, he has released 20 albums over the past three decades. Show More Summary

SBTB/DA Bestsellers: 21-28 July 2015

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Melissa McCarthy and ‘Ghostbusters’ Cast Visit Children’s Hospital in Full Costume (PHOTOS)

Melissa McCarthy and her co-stars on the all-female reboot of "Ghostbusters" took a break from filming on Saturday and showed up at the Floating Hospital for Children in Boston. Take a look:

Cancer Viewing Fluorescent Goggles

Developed by the award winning Samuel Achifelu Lab: image via Outlook...These googles help doctors notice lingering cancer cells during surgery.which could increase the likelihood of recurrence if not removed. How it works: Surgeons inject tissue witha fluorescent dye that binds only to cancer cells and glows green under near-infrared light. Show More Summary

The Ladies Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners by Eliza Leslie

In the early 1800s, if you were a woman in America or England who wanted to know how to cook, how to run a household, and how to behave, you were likely to turn to Eliza Leslie, also known as Miss Leslie. As a member of the middle class...Show More Summary

Inflation Deniers Are Foolishly Emboldened by Gold’s Struggles

The vultures are circling. Precious metals bulls, laid flat by gold and silver prices dropping for the fifth week in a row, are watching deflationists such as Harry Dent and the financial media squawk about the imminent demise of precious metals. The superficial and condescending coverage of the metals markets in the financial press has […]

The Idiosyncratic Side of Diagnosis by Brain Scan and Machine Learning

R2D3 R2D3 recently had a fantastic Visual Introduction to Machine Learning, using the classification of homes in San Francisco vs. New York as their example. As they explain quite simply: In machine learning, computers apply statistical learning techniques to automatically identify patterns in data. Show More Summary

Super Sensory Invitations to Play on tour!

My new book Super Sensory Invitations to Play is going on tour! Follow along with us as some totally awesome kids’ activities bloggers try out ideas from the book. Super Sensory Invitations to Play on tour! Use the links below to visit...Show More Summary

This Fake Coral Sucks Up Mercury Pollution For A Cleaner Ocean

Mercury kills coral. This eats it before it gets the chance. Every year, yellowfin tuna get a little more poisonous to eat. Since 2008, the amount of mercury found in the fish has gone up 3.8% a year, and that trend will probably continue—the amount of the toxic heavy metal in the ocean may double by 2050. But now there may be a good way to start taking it out. Read Full Story

Staff Recommender: Erica Boeke, Who Was Once This Close To The Big Leagues

The best things on the Internet this week, curated by Fast Company employees. Erica Boeke Photo: Celine Grouard for Fast Company Name: Erica Boeke Role at Fast Company: Associate publisher, Global Marketing. Among other things, I get...Show More Summary

The Children Of Burning Man

Why would any sane parent bring impressionable young minds to a desert full of 70,000 partiers? On the barren flatlands of the Nevada desert, children ages 5 to 14 weave unnoticed between ecstasy-tripping ravers, elaborate penis-shaped art cars, and an endless sea of topless young women. Show More Summary

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