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Middle-aged told to walk faster

Health officials warn falling activity rates as people age are putting their health at risk.

‘Insecure’ Star Issa Rae Joins Drama ‘The Hate U Give’ (EXCLUSIVE)

“Insecure” creator and star Issa Rae has joined Fox 2000’s coming-of-age drama “The Hate U Give” opposite Amandla Stenberg, Variety has learned exclusively. George Tillman Jr. is directing from Audrey Wells’ script, adapted from Angela Thomas’ debut novel of the same name. Additional cast members include Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, Algee Smith, Lamar Johnson, and... Read more »

ESPN Host Ryen Russillo Arrested for Trespassing in Wyoming

ESPN radio and television host Ryen Russillo was arrested in Jackson, Wyo., on Wednesday morning for criminal trespassing, Jackson police said in a press release. Officers responded to a call at about 3:30 a.m. about an intoxicated man refusing to leave the caller’s condo. Once police arrived, Russillo was found lying in a bedroom, clearly... Read more »

In Arizona, There's Already a Border Wall

The border at Nogales is that of a country at war. Since 2001 the US has spent more than $100 billion defending itself against Mexico, more than the combined budgets of the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Secret Service. The [U.S. Border Patrol (USBP)] has all the latest technology. The border towns of Tijuana, Nogales, Agua Prieta and Juaréz are covered by a grid of infrared cameras, drones that fly too high to be seen with the naked eye, and agents in forest green uniforms patrolling in huge all-terrain vehicles. Surveillance towers built by Israeli defense firm Elbit Systems, tested on the Israel-Palestine border, watch the desert. Their purchase was approved by President Obama in 2014 at a cost of $148 million. An analyst at the time said: "If we paid the migrants not to come it would probably be cheaper."

Can Ethiopia create enough jobs for its growing population?

How Ethiopia is dealing with population growth.

Hitmaker Max Martin Made $19 Million Last Year, a 22% Increase Over 2015

Max Martin is the 99th richest person in his native Sweden and it’s no wonder. According to Stockholm-based newspaper Expressen, Martin’s corporate entity reported income of around $54 million (436 million SEK) in 2016 for his production and writing services, and profited $19 million personally. The Swedish daily reports that it constitutes a 22% increase... Read more »

Google search results now offer a clinically validated screening quiz when users search for "depression" in US on mobile (Jon Fingas/Engadget)


Jon Fingas / Engadget:

Google search results now offer a clinically validated screening quiz when users search for “depression” in US on mobile  —  Only half of Americans who face depression get help for it, and Google is determined to increase that percentage.  As of today, it's offering a medically validated …

Collecting North Korea's propaganda art

Choi Sangkyun has one of the largest collections of North Korean propaganda art in the world.

'The greatest gift you can give is forgiveness': Growing up a sex worker’s daughter

Laal Batti Express explores how the daughters of Mumbai's red light district found power in forgiveness.

San Francisco 49ers: Katie Sowers comes out publicly as NFL's first openly coach

San Francisco 49ers assistant coach Katie Sowers is the first openly gay coach in the NFL.

How Sicilian oranges are being made into clothes

The Italian island has found a range of innovative and sustainable ways of re-using citrus rinds.

A diamond-encrusted 'Money Belt' - and why UFC might not be able to keep McGregor

Conor McGregor wants to continue both a mixed martial arts and boxing career after Saturday's super bout with Floyd Mayweather.

Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor: UFC champion wants to continue in MMA and boxing

Conor McGregor wants to continue both a mixed martial arts and boxing career after Saturday's super bout with Floyd Mayweather.

George R.R. Martin corrects reports: Yes, he watches Game of Thrones

George R.R. Martin just returned home to New Mexico after traveling for a month to read some unexpected news: That the Game of Thrones author… doesn’t actually watch Game of Thrones.
That’s what several media outlets (such as the New York Post) are reporting Wednesday following a series of interviews the best-selling author recently gave at a fan convention in Russia. One headline literally read: “George R.R. Martin: ‘I don’t watch Game of Thrones.'”
Martin told EW via email he can’t recall saying he doesn’t watch the acclaimed HBO drama series and notes that perhaps something was mangled during translation. During his trip abroad he didn’t watch any television — and he’s behind on Thrones‘ current seventh season. So perhaps that was a source of confusion. But Martin does watch the series.

Floyd Mayweather Guarantees He'll Stop Conor McGregor on Saturday

Floyd Mayweather has been reluctant to make a bold prediction in the lead-up to Saturday's highly anticipated boxing match with Conor McGregor. That is, until now.
With the hours winding down to "The Money Fight" between Mayweather and McGregor at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Mayweather, who hasn't put an opponent away inside the distance since 2009, is guaranteeing the judges won'tThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Floyd Mayweather Guarantees He'll Stop Conor McGregor on Saturday

Cramer's lucky 7 rules for the winner of the $700 million Powerball jackpot

Cramer's lucky 7 rules for the winner of the $700 million Powerball jackpotJim Cramer goes over what you should do if you have the winning ticket to the $700 million Powerball lottery.

Adam Lambert Pays Tribute to George Michael at Project Angel Food Gala With ‘Faith,’ ‘One More Try’

Project Angel Food honored the late pop icon George Michael at its Angel Awards Gala on Saturday at the organization’s headquarters in Hollywood. The event featured a tribute performance from “American Idol” contestant Adam Lambert. Lambert, who currently fronts the legendary British rock band Queen on tour, performed covers of Michael’s hits “Faith” and “One More... Read more »

Champions League: No-one wants to face Liverpool at Anfield - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool are a team who no-one wants to play in the Champions League group stage because of the Anfield atmosphere, says Jurgen Klopp.

Champions League: No-one wants to face Liverpool at Anfield - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool are a team who no-one wants to play in the Champions League group stage because of the Anfield atmosphere, says Jurgen Klopp.

Forward Networks raises $16M Series B led by DFJ to help prevent enterprise and service provider network outages (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)


Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:

Forward Networks raises $16M Series B led by DFJ to help prevent enterprise and service provider network outages  —  As IP networks continue to grow and become ever more complex, and people become ever more dependent on them staying up all the time, a startup that is building software tools …

What causes algal blooms to become toxic?

Domoic acid is a potent neurotoxin produced by marine algae and discovered in 1987 as the cause of amnesic shellfish poisoning. Scientists have made substantial progress in understanding and predicting the conditions that lead to large blooms of the toxin-producing algae (diatoms called Pseudo-nitzschia). But one aspect of these toxic algal blooms, which affect wildlife as well as economically important fisheries, remains a mystery: how do the algae make domoic acid and what triggers its production?

Amid environmental change, lakes surprisingly static

In recent decades, change has defined our environment in the United States. Agriculture intensified. Urban areas sprawled. The climate warmed. Intense rainstorms became more common. But, says a new study, while those kinds of changes usually result in poor water quality, lakes have surprisingly stayed the same.

Could nicotine reduction help curb addiction?

A new study examining the effects of nicotine reduction among more vulnerable smokers supports the FDA's recent recommendation for lowering nicotine to non-addictive levels.

The science of fluoride flipping

So much of what happens inside cells to preserve health or cause disease is so small or time-sensitive that researchers are just now getting glimpses of the complexities unfolding in us every minute of the day. Now researchers have discovered one such complexity -- a previously hidden mode of RNA regulation vital for bacterial defense against toxic fluoride ions. The discovery opens a new research avenue for developing drugs that target RNA.

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