A doctor explains the dangerous effects of the drugs known as “bath salts”. Scientists have developed a new method for identifying illegal “bath salts”, synthetic drugs recently banned in the United States. Similar to amphetamines, users experience an initial euphoria followed by terrifying hallucinations, paranoia, depression. Show More Summary
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), the highest-ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, told Oklahoma City FOX affiliate KOKH 25 that because of the threat of groups like ISIS “we're in the most dangerous position we've ever...Show More Summary
Firefighters are always a call away, ready to tackle potentially dangerous situations. But while their job probably carries a ton of stress and responsibility, their methods and tricks can still apply to your job and everyday life. Read more...
By Avi Gilburt: This past week, metals traders witnessed a momentous event. The silver-pricing method begun during the reign of Queen Victoria well over 100 years ago came to an end. Metal bugs all over the world have been anxiously awaiting this event with baited breath. Show More Summary
Maybe there is a method to President Obama’s madness. Perhaps the reason he is encouraging all the silly talk about impeachment is to preemptively discredit his critics before he commits a clearly impeachable act. This theory is consistent with the point made by New York Times op-ed columnist Ross Douthat, who argued that “even as […]
LIVERPOOL, UK – 20 July 2014: Scientists at the University of Liverpool have successfully tested a material that can extract atoms of rare or dangerous elements such as radon from the air. Gases such as radon, xenon and krypton all occur naturally in the air but in minute quantities – typically less than one part per million. Show More Summary
Sean Bean is in danger of losing his head again, although this time, it won't end up on a pike. As the lead in the new TNT show Legends (premiering August 13), his character suffers from a unique kind of multiple personality disorder — he's a deep-undercover operative who starts to... More »
The “pillowcase rapist” who terrorized California women in the early 1990s is now a free man, despite objections from outraged residents. Christopher Hubbart, now 63, earned the nickname because of the serial method he used when sexually assaulting women at night in their homes. Hubbart...
The surveillance debate has focused on the legality of spying on Americans but some say the biggest danger is in the methods the NSA uses
Veteran Democratic New York Senator Chuck Schumer has earned a reputation as a lawmaker who loves seeing his name in the headlines and, especially, his face on television. An infamous joke on Capitol Hill claims "the most dangerous place...Show More Summary
T. Boone Pickens talks about why fracking isn't any more dangerous to the land than other drilling methods.
By Daniel Jennings: There's good news and bad news for companies that rely on fracking, such as the Apache Corporation (APA), Devon Energy (DVN), and Chesapeake Energy (CHK). The good news is that researchers have discovered methods of alleviating the effects of fracking, such as earthquakes and ground water contamination. Show More Summary
After his mild-mannered (for Cronenberg) A Dangerous Method and quickly forgotten Cosmopolis, it looks like the body horror pioneer is returning to extremist form… Read More
With Independence Day just around the corner, American hackers are likely to find themselves blowing things up in the name of Independence. It’s all great fun but it can also be dangerous. The standard ignition method of “use a lighter and run away really fast” is not exactly safe. Show More Summary
Canadian auteur David Cronenberg has a well-documented fascination with seeing social systems disrupted by chaos, whether they be romantic (The Fly), domestic (A History of Violence), psychological (A Dangerous Method), criminal (Eastern Promises), automotive (Crash) or technological (Videodrome, eXistenZ) in nature. Show More Summary
Post by Maressa Brown. One of the most polarizing issues in parenting has to be what's often referred to as the "cry it out" method, or "Ferberizing," stemming from pediatrician Richard Ferber who developed his sleep training strategy and published it in Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems in 1985. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON D.C., April 15, 2014 -- According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the greatest danger to nuclear security comes from terrorists acquiring sufficient quantities of plutonium or highly enriched uranium (HEU) to construct a crude nuclear explosive device. Show More Summary
At a special event hosted by the British Film Institute, the producer of "The Last Emperor," "Sexy Beast" and "A Dangerous Method" talked about his extraordinary career, working with Johnny Depp and how Elizabeth Taylor used to dine at Pinewood Studios. read more
A new microfluidic method for evaluating drugs commonly used for preventing heart attacks has found that while aspirin can prevent dangerous blood clots in some at-risk patients, it may not be effective in all patients with narrowed arteries. Show More Summary
A new design that could help eliminate the threat of infection from millions of urinary catheters has been developed by engineers. The dual-channel design uses a mechanical method to uproot biofilms from their moorings so that they can easily be flushed away. Show More Summary