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What Dense Breasts Mean for Cancer Risk

A growing number of states are requiring doctors to tell women when they have dense tissue, but some say the knowledge only causes unnecessary fear.

Obama Seeks Solutions That “Would Seem “More Acceptable” To Iran’s Political Constituencies”

I wish that headline was a joke or over-the-top Conservative rhetoric. Alas, no, as the NY Times tells us Obama Urges ‘Creative’ Talks to Bridge Divide With Iran on Sanctions

Our government is a dysfunctional mess. Here are 4 ways to fix it

D.C. is a disaster, but former journalist and campaign pro Michael Golden tells Salon there's reason for hope

4 Steps for Answering Off-the-Wall Interview Questions

Seemingly out of nowhere, strange interview questions like, “If you were an animal, which one would you want to be?” or “Tell me about your most awkward moment,” have become surprisingly popular with hiring managers. As if the interview...Show More Summary

Bill Maher tells Judy Miller: It’s the 4th Estate’s job to ‘call bullsht on the military-industrial complex’

9 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Real Time host Bill Maher criticized former New York Times reporter Judy Miller and other journalists on Friday for not doing enough in his eyes to step in when politicians beat the drums of war. “We kind of depend on the fourth estate to call bullsht on the military-industrial...

Neurio device makes ordinary homes ‘smart’ for $250

The idea of a device that constantly keeps an eye on your home and can tell you which electrical devices are running at any one time, may sound appealing when it comes to saving energy and money. Now there’s a device called Neurio that claims to make any ‘ordinary home smart’ and even tells you […]

TV Club: Tig Notaro takes her comedy door to door in the charming Knock Knock

In the summer of 2013, comedian Tig Notaro made a video for her fans. “If you’d like for me to be on your rooftop, your basement, your backyard, living room, garage, in your barn,” she began. “You tell me where I’m going.” The comedian’s request received more than 1,000 responses, and Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro features a few of the best. Show More Summary

“Easy Bake” Vacuformer

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

One of our favorite things about Hackerspaces is people tend to spend a lot of time building tools, or repairing/upgrading older ones. This is a case of the former. The vacuum former. [Adam] wrote in to tell us about this vacuum forming machine which he and few other members built for FizzPOP, a hackerspace in Birmingham, England. Show More Summary

Paul Pierce and Amir Johnson Trade Shots Prior to Wizards-Raptors

Washington Wizards forward Paul Pierce has been holding nothing back from the media lately, calling out former Brooklyn Nets teammates and telling Wizards teammates John Wall and Bradley Beal that they need to "make up their mind" about whether or not they want to be good. Show More Summary

PlayStation Blogcast 161: Set the Stage for Broken Age

Renowned developer and director Tim Schafer stops by to talk about Broken Age (and tell some jokes). Plus, a bonus interview on the upcoming PS4 shooter Alienation.

Who Would Leave A Great Job Like Mine?

Bernice wants to leave her job, but she's worried that people won't understand why she would give up the plum job and great title she has now. Bernice asks Liz for advice. What would you tell her to do?

‘Late Show’ Warm-Up At Tribeca? Colbert Tells Lucas “I’m Not The Guy To Takeover Jon Stewart”

While George Lucas had the spotlight at today’s Tribeca Talk: George Lucas and Stephen Colbert, it was the future Late Show host who came away with spades in the conversation.  Clearly on display were the comedian’s interview chops sans...Show More Summary

'Wine Is Fruit' and Other Food Lies We Love to Tell Ourselves

Post by Liz Alterman. Have you ever told yourself that Skittles and Starburst actually count as a serving of fruit? And how many times have you sworn you'd stop after eating two Girl Scout Cookies only to consume the entire box? Well, don't worry, you're in good company. Show More Summary

Bill would make Catholic hospitals tell patients about options elsewhere

A measure before Illinois lawmakers would require Roman Catholic hospitals to tell patients they can go elsewhere for birth control, certain medical procedures and other health care choices that violate church teachings.

Letters: Magic Johnson and the Dodgers' brand

I found Bill Shaikin's brief piece on Magic Johnson's company-line take on the cable television squabble to be interesting. As one who does not subscribe to Time Warner Cable, I was encouraged by his telling us that there are meetings in progress and work being done. I suspect, however, that the...

What you missed on 4.17.15

We drive the 2016 Fiat 500X; Cummins tells an anti-gay repair shop to stop using its logo; Wards names its 10 Best interiors for 2015. Those are the top stories for Friday, April 17, 2015. Continue reading What you missed on 4.17.15 What you missed on 4.17.15 originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 17 Apr 2015 19:32:00 EST. Show More Summary

John McCain Has A Voice About Foreclosures And You

I found this video and thought I would share with those who have not seen it. With all the jobs being terminated and people working hard to keep their homes, I felt compelled by this video. It tells a personal story as John McCain shares his viewpoints about people that are losing there homes to foreclosure. Show More Summary

What to Think, Ep. 50: Obama for America nerds take to mobile commerce

Reed tells me and VentureBeat's Ruth Reader how political fundraising is actually relevant for a career in e-commerce.

TV Club: Marvel’s Daredevil: “Shadows In The Glass”

A significant problem with Marvel’s TV programming is that it can very generic. Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. struggled to create a distinct identity in its first season, telling standard action adventure stories that piggybacked off of events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but didn’t really offer anything new. Show More Summary

Forced Marriages: More Common in the U.S. Than You’d Think

14 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

“People often ask me when I tell them my story, 'Where you from? Iran?' And I tell them I'm from Brooklyn,” Fraidy Reiss told NPR about enduring a forced marriage in her ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. She was married off at 19 to a husband who was abusive and volatile. Twelve... More »

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