The transgender swimming group that's changing lives Taking the fear out of swimming. By Rachel Thompson The transgender swimming group that's changing lives Taking the fear out of swimming. By Rachel Thompson The familiar smell of chlorinated water. Show More Summary
All eyes are looking ahead beyond Sunday's Stage 9, but with four climbs and a big breakaway opportunity, they could be missing out on a big day of racing. The ninth stage of the Vuelta a España race is just hours away, and it will take riders from Cistierna a full 164.5 kilometers to the Alto del Naranco. Show More Summary
I just put together the poster for the research conference that has come out of the seminar I taught this semester on Early Christian Controversies. We are looking forward to sharing our work. I will be opening the conference with a paper I developed this semester called Traumatic Mysteries: Modes of Mysticism Among the Early Christians. Show More Summary
Hello from the Hyatt Ahmedabad. Here is a recap of all the interesting news we have covered over the week. Also, an exciting giveaway inside! Check it out! The post Weekly Recap: August 28, 2016 appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
There’s been an abnormally large dose of stupid coming out of the Trumposphere. The Trumpian universe vacillates between dumb and evil, sometimes in the same sentence. Following their fearless leader, Trumpians talk (or tweet) first, and think later, or perhaps not at all. Show More Summary
There's a method to the madness of Big Pharma's prioritizing profit over human life. It has been two years since Gilead Sciences Inc. rolled out its $1,000-a-pill hepatitis C drug Sovaldi, priced at $84,000 for a course of treatment and met with disbelief from patients, insurers and health care professionals. Show More Summary
NetJets is trying to have a case saying so tossed out. The private business jet company NetJets, which is a subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, is pushing for an Ohio judge to toss out a pilot union's lawsuit. The 2014...Show More Summary
Meet the South American hallucinogen. / > Related Stories Mylan CEO Heather Bresch Disastrously Defends EpiPen Price Hike and Her Own $16M Pay Raise Senator Manchin, Father of EpiPen CEO Under Fire, Called Out the Wrong Kind of Healthcare Abuse "A Training in Violence:" Connecting the Dots Between Frances's "War on Drugs" and Jihadism
I wanted to send out a big thanks to everyone who's signed up for Prime since the evening of the 24th when I announced that we were just one sign up short of 1000 sign ups for Prime August. The winner - or the 1000th sign up ended up being TPM Reader JC. Show More Summary
Sobbing inside a visiting booth at Rikers, Rhode Island school-bus driver Zunilda Rosario appears stunned and out of place. Her gray, jail-issued uniform hangs loose on her narrow frame. A second night in jail has left her reddish-brown curls limp, and her eyes weary. Has this tired, weepy, middle-aged woman — a mom who bakes...
Here’s a nifty app that aims to take the pain out of grouping a bunch of people together to do something special for someone. Whether it’s a party or a gift, you can direct people to the Group Together app and it’ll handle all the boring stuff. More »
Check out all of the results from Saturday's racing here at the 2016 Vurb Classic at Oatfield!
Here’s a rare treat for you late night/early morning juicers! The driver and Debit decided to just get everything done tonight so Tim could head out early tomorrow when he woke up, so Deb put on a pot of coffee and I stayed up to get some pictures. So here you go, hot off the […]
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was just named the highest-paid actor in the world. According to Forbes, the former WWE star makes $64.5 million per year, beating out the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Brad Pitt. One of the hardest working...Show More Summary
If you’re waiting for the NFL Players Association to step in, in the wake of the Colin Kaepernick sit-protest during the National Anthem on Friday night, and remind players that they are NFL players first and foremost, not politicians. Show More Summary
In a pre-recorded report shown on Friday's Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, correspondent Gary Tuchman recalled examples of "dirty campaigning" in presidential elections going back 200 years, but, when he got to more recent elections, he focused on negative campaigning from the Republican side -- citing Richard Nixon, George H.W. Show More Summary
Check out some of the rad places and smiling faces of the 2016 Vurb Classic at Oatfield!
VANCOUVER – Anthony Pettis laid out a serious goal following his third-round submission of Charles Oliveira at UFC on FOX 21.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
According to media reports out of Mexico, a 17-year-old boy has died from a hickey. Julio Macias Gonzalez of Mexico City passed away after a hickey on his neck formed a blood clot, which traveled to his brain and caused … More » The post WTF?! Mexican Teen Dies From a Hickey appeared first on EveryJoe.