Sunday, May 31, 2015

News Headlines (535) 15 May - 31 May 2015


16 May 2015 : You have a romantic plan in mind that includes someone you love, but he or she might not be all that cooperative when it comes to manifesting your dream. Although you're tempted to use the art of persuasion, there's no need to push your agenda today. The first step is to observe your changing emotions without feeling like you must act on every whim. Nevertheless, just because others aren't willing to join you now, you still have a good chance of finding satisfaction on your own if you choose your goals with great care.

17 May 2015 : Luckily, you can effortlessly balance your social life with your current obligations as long as you pare back your expectations. Rather than aimlessly wandering through your day, create a viable plan to finish the most important chores still left undone. Managing your time efficiently frees you up to spontaneously accept an invitation to a fun event. Your key to happiness today is minimizing the distractions and only doing what makes your heart content.

18 May 2015 : Building your nest egg is at the top of your list as the solid Taurus New Moon highlights your 2nd House of Resources. The cosmic emphasis is on your personal finances for the month ahead, so take stock of your assets and put your accounts in order. However, the judgments you make about yourself impact your earning power more than you think. You can add value to your life by considering what you have to offer to others and how they perceive you. But a one-time fix isn't the answer today; revisit your progress regularly in the days ahead to generate the prosperity you seek.

19 May 2015 : Your mind is racing at a million miles a minute; the thoughts go flying by so fast that you can't hold onto any one of them. Unbeknownst to you, more is going on than you realize. It's not time to turn a dream into reality now. Mercury's retrograde in your 3rd House of Information gives you a chance to let your thoughts and ideas come and go at their own pace without any need to make major decisions or initiate action just yet. Explore all your alternatives and take comfort in the fact that you don't have to choose one today.

20 May 2015 : Contrary to popular belief, you Rams can also behave like lambs; your gentle way of caring for those you love is obvious while the watery Cancer Moon softens your harder edges today. But nurturing others requires that you tend to your own needs, too. Instead of adding to your current stress by attempting to be everything to everyone now, slow down and be good to yourself. The seed of love is first planted at home.

21 May 2015 : You may struggle with an inner conflict today between your desire to hang out with friends and a need to stay true to yourself. You crave the casual camaraderie that comes from socializing with your peers, yet you aren't willing to risk your emotional security by spending extra time away from your home and family. Rationalizing your behavior doesn't change the circumstances. However, you can get the most out of the present moment if you simply decide to stop fighting with yourself. It's all in your mind; life is what you make it.

22 May 2015 : You don't necessarily excel at following rules, but you must pay attention to them now or suffer the consequences. The lines are printed in a coloring book for a reason, even if you rebel against the idea of staying within them. Self-control counts far more than anything else these days, so establish clear guidelines and stick to them. Keep in mind that reaching your long-term goals is more rewarding than the temporary satisfaction of immediate gratification.

23 May 2015 : You may not catch up with your chores as quickly as you wish today, for you are preoccupied with pleasure rather than production. Thankfully, you might have the right idea about getting the distractions out of your system sooner than later. If you have a lot to do now, you won't be able to procrastinate forever. Nevertheless, returning to your unfulfilled obligations with a happy heart enables you to accomplish more in the long run.

24 May 2015 : Restraining your impulses is exhausting work, reminding you of your ongoing struggle with impetuous behavior. However, it's more difficult to withhold your desires now since your charm seems to be working wonders on those around you. Your effervescence can lead to trouble because your passion might be overpowering to your audience. Enjoy the show you are putting on today, but don't overdo it. Sharing the spotlight is a simple way to empower others to express themselves, too. A little bit of give and take makes the day more memorable for everyone involved.

25 May 2015 : You may easily upset others today if you are completely honest with them about what you want. You might even justify your position with the facts, but speaking with authority doesn't make your words true, especially while aggressive Mars squares deceptive Neptune. Insisting that you are right isn't a viable strategy because you sound foolish if you pretend that you are an expert on something you're not. Rather than bending reality in your favor, downplay your needs by saying less and listening more.

26 May 2015 : Rushing around just doesn't work today because you may have to go back and do things over again. If you have specific tasks that must be completed, you're probably overeager to finish them as quickly as possible. However, you could get mired down in red tape unless you take each step in the proper order. As boring as it sounds, it's more efficient to follow accepted procedures from the beginning than to bolt ahead without regard for the rules. Haste makes waste.

27 May 2015 : You may solve a problem at work through sheer willpower, enabling you to turn a sticky situation to your advantage. However, you also realize your small victory is part of a larger issue for which there's no fast and easy fix. Meanwhile, criticism about your productivity shifts from logistical concerns, opening the door to an ideological power struggle. Your wisest strategy now is non-engagement because once a conflict is underway, you lose even if you win. Make peace, not war.

28 May 2015 : If a recent disagreement with a friend or lover created feelings of distrust, you have an opportunity to heal the rift today. Unfortunately, if you take a chance and talk about it you could be accused of being negative because you want to address an uncomfortable subject. Thankfully, there's no need for complete resolution now; speak your mind and then move on. Your calm and rational approach demonstrates your willingness to compromise.

29 May 2015 : You're on the edge of your seat, eager for your next adventure but people require your attention as the Libra Moon focuses you on your relationships. Whether your interactions with others are difficult or comforting today, you're motivated to reconnect with people from your past and return to familiar conversations. Luckily, you just might uncover a long lost memory that will help you in the long-run if you keep an open mind about what you learn now. Your attitude makes all the difference in the world.

30 May 2015 : Your plans begin to fall in place today as you gather more information about your partner's vision of the future. However, you need more time to find common ground since you still have important details to work out. Unfortunately, you can' apply everything you discover now, so store what you learn for later when you can use it. Don't act prematurely; listen, observe, and deepen your perspective as much as possible while reevaluating the relationship dynamics. No hurry; no worry.

31 May 2015 : You might think you know exactly what you want only to change your mind several times today. Alternating overconfidence and self-doubt can lead you in circles unless you consciously step back from your involvement. Disengaging from an exhausting cycle brings a fresh perspective along with better choices. Just remember that you still have another couple of weeks until your path begins to clear. In the meantime, freely explore your dreams without feeling any undue pressure to make them real.

"Respect was invented to cover the empty place where love should be. But if you don't love me, it would be better and more honest to say so." Anna Karenina

"All the diversity, all the charm, and all the beauty of life are made up of light and shade."Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

" Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely." - Auguste Rodin

Can You Eat  Mango Skin

■ 5 May 2015 : For Meet the Press, Bernie Sanders Is He Who Must Not Be Named
■ 11 May 2015 : Calls for Obama Intervention as Detroit Threatens Water Shut-Off for Another 25,000 Residents
■ 15 May 2015 : Guilty as Charged: Duke Energy to Pay Record Fine for Coal Ash Crimes
■ 19 May 2015 : 'Muzzled' Canadian Scientists Call for Protections in Federal Contracts. Recently retired biologist warns of 'death spiral for government science'
■ 19 May 2015 : Trans-Pacific Trade Deal Is Latest Threat to Our Democracy
■ 19 May 2015 : 5 Ways Shell's Not Walking Its Talk on Climate Change
■ 19 May 2015 : Let The Public Read The Completed Parts Of The Trans-Pacific Partnership
■ 19 May 2015 : In Victory for Growing Workers Movement, LA Passes $15 Minimum Wage
■ 20 May 2015 : Ruptured Pipeline Along California Coast Dumps Crude Oil into Pacific Ocean
■ 20 May 2015 : Women and Biodiversity Feed the World, Not Corporations and GMOs
■ 20 May 2015 : Decrying Corporate Greed, McDonald's Cooks and Cashiers Confront Shareholders. McDonald's workers are rightly bringing the fight for $15 an hour and the right to form a union to their employer's doorstep.'
■ 27 May 2015 : The Arc of the Moral Universe... Is Twisted

CHANGE 4 May 2015 : Don't Deny Detroit Families the Human Right to Water ||CNN 12 May 2015 : Chicago's South Side to host Obama's presidential library

POLITIC USA 14 September 2014 : In His First Appearance On Meet The Press Bernie Sanders Terrifies The Koch Brothers || MEDIA MATTERS 10 May 2015 : On Mother's Day, Meet The Press Highlights America's Lack Of Parental Leave, Equal Pay, And Affordable Childcare

MEDIAITE 13 May 2015 : Gutfeld: Obama Attacks Fox Because He's 'Scared' We'll Expose His Bad Policies ||TRUTHCENSORED 14 May 2015: [Watch] Gutfeld: Obama Saying 'It's Fox New's Fault People Don't Like Me' Is a 'Badge of Honor' ||BREITBART 12 May 2015 : Obama Rips Fox: 'We're Going to Have to Change How the Media Reports'

BREITBART 15 May 2015 : Bahrain King Snubs Obama to Meet Queen of England, Attend UK Horse Show ||BARENAKEDISLAM14 May 2015 : PRICELESS! King of Bahrain not only snubs Obama, he snubs him to attend a horse show in England

■ 11 May 2015 : Bernie Who? Media Watchdog Documents NBC's 'Meet the Press' Marginalization of Sanders
■ 12 May 2015 : Senate Dems Say 'No' to Obama on TPP (For Now): 'BradCast' 5/12/2015
■ 14 May 2015 : NSA Spying & 'USA Freedom Act'; Dumb Jeb Still Between Iraq, Hard Place: 'BradCast' 5/14/2015
■ 15 May 2015 : Learning From History While Some Rewrite It: 'BradCast' 5/15/2015. GUEST: Environmental journalist Peter Dykstra

■ 9 May 2015 : Baltimore Is Just the Latest Target in Obama's Civil-Rights Crusade against Police Departments
■ 12 May 2015 : One's personal grievances are not conclusive evidence of society-wide problems. Mrs. Obama: I Feel Alienated, and That's Proof of America's Racism
■ 15 May 2015 : A Third-Class Temperament
■15 May 2015 : The USA Freedom Act Would Take Us Back to the Pre-9/11 Security Status Quo
■ 15 May 2015 : Petition: 'Walk Only' Signs in Pedestrian Areas Are Insensitive to Disabled People
■ 15 May 2015 : A Huge Win for Life Means Abortion-on-Demand Democrats Are About to Freak Out
■ 15 May 2015 : Democrats Get a Taste of Obama's Arrogance. When Republicans complain about Obama's haughtiness and arrogance, liberals accuse them of being racist. Will they call themselves the same? Good one. Democrats FINALLY Get a Taste of Obama's Arrogance -- And They Don't Like It One Bit. These are not good times for the Republic (and if you laughed or scratched your head at me calling America a republic, I rest my case).  
■ 20 May 2015 : Fox News Limits First GOP Debates to Top Ten Candidates, CNN to Split Debates
■ 26 May 2015 : This Is What a War on Women Looks Like 
■ 27 May 2015 : When The Jab Is Everything
■ 27 May 2015 : Bernie Sanders's Dark Age Economics
■ 27 May 2015 : How the U.S. Lost the World's Respect
■ 28 May 2015 : New discoveries illuminate early human physical and technological evolution

■ 15 May 205 : Closer Chinese-Russian ties on display in Moscow
■ 15 May 2015 : The right-wing political record of Bernie Sanders
■ 15 May 2015 : The growing danger of a US war against China
■ 27 May 2015 : The New York Times calls for blood in Iraq-Syria war

HUFFINGTON POST 3 May 2015 : Bernie Sanders: What's Wrong With America Looking More Like Scandinavia? ||POLITIC USA 1 May 2015 : In 24 Hours Bernie Sanders Raised More Money Than Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz ||OCCUPY DEMOCRATS 11 May 2015 :  Watch : Bernie Sanders Exposes Koch Brothers’ Evil Plot To Kill Social Security

■ 15 January 2015 : EXCLUSIVE: 'My daughter, the next child supermodel'- meet the mother whose ten-year-old looks 'exactly' like controversial fashion star Kristina Pimenova, nine
■ 21 March 2015 : US veterans return to Iwo Jima for the 70th anniversary of the brutal WWII battle and commemorate the 29,000 soldiers who died
■ 26 March 2015. 'He doesn't love my facial hair!' Bearded woman considers shaving her face for the first time in years for an anniversary photoshoot with her husband. Annalisa Hackleman, from Sunnyvale, California, stars on tonight's episode of Strange Love. She has polycystic ovarian syndrome, a hormonal condition that causes an increase in hair grown on her face and body. Annalisa's husband David supported her decision to grow out her beard after years of shaving her facial hair 
■ 22 April 2015 : Can't get a song out of your head? CHEW GUM! Study finds solution to prevent catchy lyrics turning into 'brainworms'
■ 11 May 2015 :  'I cleaned breast pumps': Chris Hemsworth reveals he used to scrub milk extractor machines with a toothbrush before he became a Hollywood star
■ 12 May 2015 : Seeing red? Then you may be wearing it too: Men who wear the colour send out aggressive signals, study finds
■ 15 May 2015 : PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Kourtney Kardashian proudly parades 116lb post-baby figure in two black swimsuits on vacation in Mexico with Scott Disick
■ 15 May 2015 : Khloe Kardashian gives Bruce Jenner women's gifts for his female identity in teaser for About Bruce special
■ 16 May 2015 : 'Twins!': Petite Kourtney Kardashian jokes as younger sister Kendall Jenner highlights their EXTREME height difference with her lithe supermodel frame :
■ 16 May 2015 : Why so somber? Kim, Khloé and Kendall don all-black attire for dinner in Beverly Hills together ahead of About Bruce special
■ 16 May 2015 : What is this strange sound from the sky? Noise heard across the globe for nearly a DECADE - but nobody has an explanation 
■ 17 May 2015 : Beaming newlywed Geri Halliwell shows off her wedding ring as she touches down in Cannes with husband Christian Horner after their fairytale wedding
■ 18 May 2015 : Kendall and Kylie Jenner get booed at Billboard Music Awards before introducing brother-in-law Kanye West's extremely censored closing performance
■ 18 May 2015 : Crosswinds, sideways landings and aborted touchdowns at the last SECOND: Videos show terrifying landings as holiday flights arrive at Madeira Airport in high winds
■ 18 May 2015 : Taylor Swift steals the show at Billboard Music Awards... taking home EIGHT gongs and debuting her star-studded music video Bad Blood
■ 19 May 2015 : 'I don't want Kylie to emotionally go away': Bruce Jenner worries as youngest daughter struggles with his transition during family ski trip in new KUWTK clip
■ 19 May 2015 : Dip it low: Cate Blanchett shows some cleavage in her low-cut black gown as she dazzles the Cannes premiere of Sicario
■ 19 May 2015 : All that shimmers: Emily Blunt shows off her stunning figure in tight crystal studded dress at Cannes premiere of Sicario
■ 19 May 2015 : 'You can do an awful lot down there': Bruce Jenner discusses gender reassignment surgery with daughters
■19 May 2015 : A bridge too far? China set to open the most terrifying walkway in the world, stretching a quarter-of-a-mile across a canyon at a dizzying height of 980ft... and it's made of GLASS. The Zhangjiajie skywalk is set to open in July hovering over a 980ft drop. The transparent bridge stretches 1410ft across the Hunan province scenery. It    dwarfs America's Grand Canyon Skywalk which sits 718ft above ground
■ 19 May 2015 : The world's greatest 'elphie': Elephant uses its trunk to take incredible selfie with tourist in Thailand after stealing his (Christian LeBlanc) GoPro camera
■ 20 May 2015 : Amputees control bionic feet using their thoughts: Sensors inside muscles trick the brain into thinking the prosthetic is part of the body
■ 20 May 2015 : Sleepy-eyed Kendall Jenner still manages to look stylish in long cream coat as she lands in France for Cannes Film Festival
■ 20 May 2015 : A vegan cross-dresser, a punk and an angry banker... blogger charts her FIFTY dates with 37 men she met on Tinder in just one year (but she is still looking for love). Indrani Ashe, 31, from London wrote The Unconventional Woman blog
■ 20 May 2015 : Aishwarya Rai is swamped by her huge multi-tiered gown at Cannes premiere of Youth 
■ 20 May 2015 : 'I pursued him': Kim Kardashian admits SHE made the first move on Kanye West six months after splitting from Kris Humphries
■ 20 May 2015 : The ice has thawed! Kris Jenner 'is more accepting of Bruce' following December divorce... as he now drops by her home for visits
■ 20 May 2015 : Stars ahoy! Shirtless Leonardo DiCaprio and bikini girl Juliette Lewis sunbathe on a luxury superyacht in Cannes
■ 20 May 2015 : Reunited at last! Model BFFs Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne dress to impress as they enjoy a catch up in Cannes
■ 20 May 2015 : Kendall Jenner leads the glamour in a chic ab-flashing crop top and dramatic full skirt as she attends Youth premiere at the Cannes Film Festival
■ 20 May 2015 : Stripped naked and sold to the highest bidder: How ISIS is sending the 'prettiest Yazidi virgins' it abducts to slave markets in Syria
■ 21 May 2015 : 'It's not high on my list': George Clooney reveals he has no plans to start a family with wife Amal
■ 21 May 2015 : EXCLUSIVE: Brad and Angelina's 11-plus acre, $5 million Santa Barbara beach front home threatened by massive 21,000-gallon oil spill just over a mile away
■ 21 May 2015 : Nobody's looking at your nose! Kim Kardashian joins celebs to support first USA Red Nose Day in plunging portrait
■ 21 May 2015 : Tortured, scalped and then beheaded: Brazilian blogger (Evany Jose Metzker) murdered after investigating child prostitution
■ 22 May 2015 : The rise of the Insta-millionaire: Fashion blogger (Danielle Bernstein) reveals how she earns up to $15,000 just for posting ONE sponsored Instagram picture
■ 22 May 2015 : Elle under fire after refusing to sell controversial cover of supermodel breastfeeding her young son in shops. Nicole Trunfio stars on the cover of Elle magazine Australia breastfeeding 
■ 22 May 2015 : From princess to party girl! Kendall Jenner shows off her slender legs as she swaps flowing skirt for a sexy mini to attend Chris Brown concert in Cannes
■ 22 May 2015 : 'It's like a boob job for poor people!' Kim Kardashian impersonator reveals how to use the reality star's contouring tricks to enhance your cleavage in spoof video. Setareh Khatibi, who is known as Sitara on YouTube, outlines Kim's 'boob tricks' in a hilarious new video that pokes fun at the selfie queen. Kim, who is known for using make-up to define her cheek bones, reportedly hired a 'contouring expert' to tend to her cleavage in February
■ 22 May 2015 : Irina Shayk is chic in simple grey dress and knee-high boots at Nice airport after partying the night away in semi-sheer strapless gown at amfAR Gala
■ 22 May 2015 : 'My little butterfly!': Kim Kardashian adds hair accessories to daughter North's updo after trip to dance studio 
■ 22 May 2015 : Is this Kim Jong-un's big brother -- Kim Jong-chol -- at an Eric Clapton gig at Albert Hall? North Korean dictator's sibling - who was 'too girly' to be leader - is 'spotted' at London concert 
■ 22 May 2015 : Are women too busy for romance really booking escorts instead? Market for male services triples in last five years
■ 22 May 2015 : Honest mother (Ana dos Santos Cruz ) who scavenged through bins to make ends meet becomes a model after finding £52,000 in blank cheques and getting spotted by a Brazilian agency after handing them in
■ 25 May 2015 : And the winner is... Rooney Mara named Best Actress at Cannes Film Festival as Jacques Audiard receives the Palme d'Or for refugee drama Dheepan
■ 26 May 2015 : PICTURE EXCLUSIVE All aboard the love boat! Bikini-clad Kendall Jenner, 19, relaxes on a mega yacht in Monaco with rumoured love interest Lewis Hamilton... and gal pals Gigi, Bella and Hailey
■ 27 May 2015 : Billionaire's son (Wang Sicong) buys his DOG two Apple Watches (but he thought four was OTT)! Inside the weird world of the son of China's richest man
■ 28 May 2015 : Marriage trouble for Bennifer II? Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner hit by claims they've 'secretly separated' and 'headed for divorce'
■ 28 May 2015 : How TATTOOS can harm your health: Many getting inked suffer infection, severe itching and swelling that can last for YEARS
■ 28 May 2015  Sleeping with the fishes (and a shark!): Inside Khloe Kardashian's incredible - and slightly terrifying - underwater Dubai hotel room
■ 28 May 2015 : Mother and her ten-year-old daughter locked up in a toilet for THREE YEARS by deranged husband who tortured them because he wanted a son 
■ 29 May 2015 : Incredible moment (Rebekah Aversano) a woman sees her dead brother's FACE on another man's body for the first time after pioneering transplant 
■ 29 May 2015 : Widow with no family left 'overwhelmed' after being sent 16,000 100th birthday cards following social media appeal 
■ 30 May 2015 : Like night and day! Kendall and Kylie Jenner contrast in dark and light looks for meet and greet... after fans line up from 3am to see their idols 
■ 30 May 2015 : Dinner is on me! Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren celebrate her Honest Company reaching $1 billion value with romantic meal

CNN 15 May 2015: Pets on private jets: Pampered pooches, coddled cats get a taste of the high life

■ 1 September 2014 : Viewers eat more while watching Hollywood action flick on TV
■ 10 September 2014 : Impact of violent media on the brain: Depends on each individual's brain circuitry, study finds
■ 17 April 2015 : Kids with ADHD must squirm to learn, study says
■ 11 May 2015 : Brain cells capable of 'early-career' switch
■ 13 May 2015 : Infant antibiotic use linked to adult diseases
■ 14 May 2015 : Do flies have fear (or something like it)?
■ 14 May 2015 : First fully warm-blooded fish: The opah or moonfish
■ 15 May 2015 : Various financial incentives help smokers quit
■ 15 May 2015 : New test detects drug use from a single fingerprint
■ 18 May 2015 : Shiftwork can affect your health
■ 20 May 2015 : Mothers of sons more likely to develop diabetes during pregnancy
■ 20 May 2015 : Caffeine intake associated with reduced levels of erectile dysfunction
■ 22 May 015 : Faster heart rate linked to diabetes risk
■ 27 May 2015 : Tattoos may come with long-term medical risks, physicians warn

■ 6 May 2015 : People with Depression and Bipolar Disorder Feel Sadness Differently
■ 13 May 2015 : When More Sex Can Make You Less Happy
That's right. Eat when hungry is more satisfying and good for health, as well as with sexual activity. We will have sex when we are really hungry, because for us, sex is not just a routine activities such as eating, sleeping, talking, but most of all, sex is a means of more intensive communication between us, things that are emotionally can't be explained with words in the language we use in between us.

Eh eh ..., do not talk, ask, or busy remembering recipes, seasonings names, public figures, events or something when having sex, please? ... well, before this "event" turns into a seminar, debate or discussion, okay?...
■ 13 May 2015 : Chicken Embryos With Dinosaur Snouts Created in Lab
■ 15 May 2015 : Massive 7-Foot-Long Eel Caught in UK Almost Breaks Record
■ 15 May 2015 : Starbucks' New 'Mini' Frappuccino: Here's What Nutrition Experts Think
■15 May 2015 : Cloudy with a Chance of Arachnids? 'Spider Rain' Explained
■17 May 2015 : Animal Sex: How Sloths Do It
■ 19 May 2015 : 'Crazy Craters' Found in Swiss Lake
■ 19 May 2015 : Secondhand Pot Smoke Can Make You Fail a Drug Test

■ 6 January 2015 : Selfies Expose, Identify Psychopaths, Researchers
■ 11 May 2015 : Toddlers With Siblings Have Higher EQ, Study
■ 14 May 2015 : Belief in Pure Evil Linked to Harsher Punishments
■ 22 May 2015 : Faster Heart Rates May Predict Future Diabetes

NEWSCIENTIST 13 May 2015 : Mysterious beautiful blue crayfish is new species from Indonesia

POPSCI 20 May 2015 : Brain-Controlled Bionic Legs Are Finally Here. No, really. Amputees have been testing them for over a year

USA TODAY 1 May 2015 : Couple charged with killing baby by diluting breast milk ||NY DAILY NEWS 1 May 2015 : Georgia couple arrested for murdering 10-week-old daughter by diluting breast milk: police

COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW 15 May 2015 : The media's reaction to Seymour Hersh's bin Laden scoop has been disgraceful ||SLATE 13 May 2015 : "I Am Not Backing Off Anything I Said" - An interview with Seymour Hersh. ||VOX  11 May 2015 : The many problems with Seymour Hersh's Osama bin Laden conspiracy theory

■ 12 May 2015 : The Detail in Seymour Hersh's Bin Laden Story That Rings True

■ 12 May 2015 : Joey Alexander, an 11-Year-Old Jazz Sensation Who Hardly Clears the Piano's Sightlines

■ 13 May 2015 : A Life in Motion, Stopped Cold
■ 13 May 2015 : A Sharp Spike in Honeybee Deaths Deepens a Worrisome Trend
■ 16 May 2015 : A Russian Smartphone Has to Overcome Rivals and Jokes About Its Origin
■ 16 May 2015 : Poor Little Rich Women
■ 17 May 2015 : Jeb Bush Takes Tougher Stance Against Same-Sex Marriage
■ 17 May 2015 : Dean Potter, Extreme Climber, Dies in BASE-Jumping Accident at Yosemite
■ 17 May 2015 : Elisabeth Bing Dies at 100; 'Mother of Lamaze' Changed How Babies Enter World
■ 18 May 2015 : Six Years in, Obama Joins Twitter Universe (but He's Not Following You)
■ 19 May 2015 : Mama Whale Gives Birth, Immediately Smothers Baby Beluga With Cuddles (VIDEO)
■ 20 May 2015 : Michelle Obama's Vigorous Exercise Routine Is Not a Stretch
■ 20 May 2015 : Michelle Obama Puts Everyone Else To Shame With This Workout Video
■ 21 May 2015 : Obama's Twitter Debut, @POTUS, Attracts Hate-Filled Posts
■ 21 May 2015 : A $1,000 Day in Paris for $100
■ 21 May 2015 : This Time, Senate Votes to Advance Trade Pact
■ 22 May 2015 : Josh Duggar Receives Support From Mike Huckabee 
■ 27 May 2015 : The Silliest Things Republican Contenders Are Saying This Week
■ 27 May 2015 : Indians Urged to Stay Indoors as Sweltering Heat Kills More Than 1,300
■ 27 May 2015 : Young Women Say No to Thongs
■ 27 May 2015 : After Indicting 14 Soccer Officials, U.S. Vows to End Graft in FIFA
■ 28 May 2015 : Sepp Blatter Is Unfazed Entering FIFA Election

■ 14 May 2015 : The forbidden romance of Mashable and its newest tech blogger, Newt Gingrich
■ 15 May 2015 : This Antarctic ice shelf could collapse by 2020, NASA says
■ 16 May 2015 : Russia isn't too happy about a Latvian statue that appears to show Putin being crucified 
■ 16 May 2015 : Ireland could be first nation to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote
■ 19 May 2015 : Uh, you probably don't want to tweet to @POTUS, actually
■ 20 May 2015 : Fox News rules will limit the field in first GOP presidential debate 
■ 28 May 2015 : At Harvard, Natalie Portman acknowledges what many of us feel: Impostor syndrome

■ 13 May 2015 : Cuba has agreed to share lung cancer vaccine with the United States
■ 13 May 2015 : Republican candidates agree: Ronald Reagan is the greatest living president
■ 14 May 2015 : The greed is astounding! Nestlé CEO wants to pump more water out of drought-stricken California for bottled water business.
■ 15 May 2015 : Why do Republicans really oppose infrastructure spending?
■ 15 May 2015 : Scientists discover elusive hotspot, deniers to move on to theory about 'a thing they heard before'
■ 15 May 2015 : Rick Scott would rather shut down government than take Obamacare Medicaid funding 
■ 17 May 2015 : Open thread for night owls: The empire strikes back
■ 27 May 2015 : France passed law making rooftop solar or gardens mandatory on new commercial buildings

■ 31 January 2014 : Study Says Watching Rom-Coms Could Save Your Relationship
■ 7 August 2014 : Everything You Want to Know About Living Together Before Marriage (But Are Too Afraid To Ask)
■ 22 August 2014 : New Study Claims People Who've Had More Sexual Partners Report Unhappier Marriages
■ 24 April 2015 : Obama Brings Out Luther, His Anger Translator, During White House Correspondents' Dinner Speech
■ 14 May 2015 : 12 Things Couples Still Won't Do In Front Of Each Other (Even After Years Together)
■ 14 May 2015 : 4 Sex Toys That Will Make Your Orgasms Better
■ 15 May 2015 : These Stylish Instagram Moms Actually Make Me Feel Better About Life
■ 15 May 2015 : Why I Did A Nude Photo Shoot Before My Breast Reduction
■ 15 May 2015 : 12 Things Couples Still Won't Do In Front Of Each Other (Even After Years Together)
■ 15 May 2015 : Here's How Long Wine Really Lasts Once It's Been Opened
■ 15 May 2015 : This Is What Happens When You Give A Pig Her Own Pet
■ 15 May 2015 : Giant Squid Washes Up On New Zealand Beach After Mysterious Death
■16 May : Obama Says All People Deserve To Live Free Of Discrimination For International Day Against Homophobia
■ 16 May 2015 : The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
■ 18 May 2015 : 15 Brutally Honest Cards For Couples With A Sense Of Humor
■ 18 May 2015 : This Stunning Photo Series Nails What It Feels Like To Have An Anxiety Disorder
■ 18 May 2015 : White-On-White Crime Strikes Again In Waco
■ 19 May 2015 : Second Chance For Dog Found In Her Dead Owner's Arms After Texas Tornado
■ 19 May 2015 : Kris Jenner Says She Feels Like She's Mourning Bruce Jenner On Part 2 Of 'About Bruce'
■ 19 May 2015 : Obama's New Twitter Account Just Broke A Guinness World Record
■ 19 May 2015 : 16 Real-Life Dream Closets From Around The Country
■ 20 May 2015 : Mom Fights Back Against Sexist Sixth-Grade Pool Party Dress Code
■ 20 May 2015 : China Is Building The World's Longest And Highest Glass-Bottom Bridge 
■ 21 May 2015 : Woman Dying From Anorexia Speaks Out About Her Battle With The Illness, Asks The World For Help
■ 20 May 2015 : Anti-Islam Film Returns To YouTube, And These Muslim Leaders Want You To Ignore It 
■ 21 May 2015 : This Is What Happens After You Die 
■ 21 May 2015 : One Reason Why People Cheat, According To Esther Perel's New TED Talk
■ 21 May 2015 : The 18 Worst Ways To Break Up With Someone 
■ 22 May 2015 : Elle Australia Featured Nicole Trunfio Breastfeeding After A Candid Moment Inspired The Photographer. Model mom Nicole Trunfio brought her newborn baby boy along for her Elle Australia shoot and a photo of her breastfeeding him landed on the cover.

■ 25 May 2015 : Dubai's 'Floating Seahorse' Homes Are Partially Submerged And Totally Futuristic

SPUTNIK NEWS 16 May 2015 : Enraged Ukrainian Facebook Users Declare War on Mark Zuckerberg

DAILY BEAST 15 May 2015 : Ted Cruz: I Won Those Purple Hearts!

SALON 10 May 2015 : Robert Reich: How to fix the economy — step No. 1 || SALON 3 May 2015 Robert Reich: America's economy is a nightmare of our own making || ALTERNET 14 May 2015 : Robert Reich Eviscerates Right-Wing Lies on Social Security -- and Explains Why It Should

ALJAZEERA 12 May 2015 : Egypt justice minister quits over social class remarks. Mahfouz Saber resigns amid uproar over remarks that children of rubbish collectors workers too lowly to become judges.

ALJAZEERA 17 May 2015 : Myanmar deflects blame for Rohingya migrant crisis ||GUARDIAN 17 May 2015 : 'They hit us, with hammers, by knife': Rohingya migrants tell of horror at sea

UNIVERSAL FREE PRESS 10 May 2015 : White Folks And America Are The Problem – Michelle Obama Addresses All Black University With Divisive Message ||SNOPES 14 May 2012 : All of This for a Damned Flag?

FORBES 13 May 2015 : The New Bee Crisis Is Just Like The Old One: Phony ||FRIENDS OF EARTH 13 May 2015 : Extreme bee losses highlight urgent need to restrict pesticides to protect pollinators 

OPEN CULTURE 13 May 2015 : The Death Masks of Great Authors: Dante, Goethe, Tolstoy, Joyce & More ||RUSSIA BEHIND THE HEADLINES 13 May 2015 : The Tolstoys today: Tracking down a famous family

■ 30 March 2015 : SPIEGEL Interview with John Cleese: 'Satire Makes People Think' - Interview by Christoph Scheuermann and Barbara Supp
■ 31 March 2015 :  SPIEGEL Interview with Slavoj Zizek: 'The Greatest Threat to Europe Is Its Inertia'- Interview Conducted by Romain Leick
■ 16 April 2015 : The American Nightmare: Debbie Milke Recounts Life on Death Row
■ 18 April 2015 :  The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State
■ 6 May 2015 : Germany's Dilemma: Critics Want Tougher Berlin Stance Against Israel
■ 13 May 2015 : Interview with Saudi Prince Turki Bin Faisal Al Saud: 'We Try To Learn from Our Mistakes' - Interview Conducted By Bernhard Zand
■ 15 May 2015 : He's Back: Sarkozy Eyes a Return to French Presidency
■ 16 May 2015 :  Interview with Iranian Foreign Minister: 'We Will Have Differences with US No Matter What' - Interview Conducted by Christiane Hoffmann

SUPERHEALTHY KIDS 25 February 2015 : Homemade Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream ||WOMEN FREE BIES 13 May 2015 : How To: Make Ice Cream Without An Ice Cream Machine - VIDEO

TRUTH OUT 18 May 2015 :  Senator Reads the TPP and Exposes Its Contents; Other Elected Officials Should Do the Same ||GUARDIAN 19 May 2015 : Democrats clash over TPP fair trade deal

BUZZFEED 15 May 2015 : We Asked Brits To React To American Culture And They Totally Nailed It. "This is the most American thing I have ever seen in my life."

PETA PEXEL 12 May 2015 : Anxiety Disorder Depicted Through Self-Portraits

SF GATE 14 May 2015 : 10 foods (Blended coffee drinks, Toaster pastries, Microwave popcornmm, Donuts, Fast-food burgers, Sugary cereals, Margarine, Processed meats Bagels

■ 1 March 2015 : India's Daughter: I made a film on rape in India. Men's brutal attitudes truly shocked me'. Leslee Udwin spent two years making a documentary on the horrific rape and killing of young medical student Jyoti Singh. And it asks, has the attack really spurred a sea change for gender equality in India?
■ 19 May 2015 : Kitchen gallery: Food blogger Sarah Britton of My New Roots
■ 20 May 2015 : Brazil blogger known for reporting on corruption found decapitated 
■ 25 May 2015 : Malaysia migrant mass graves: police reveal 139 sites, some with multiple corpses
■ 28 May 2015 : Natalie Portman tells Harvard graduates: 'Make your inexperience an asset'
■ 29 May 2015 : Woman comes face to face with her dead brother's transplanted face

AMUSING PLANET 14 May 2015 : The Dark Humor of Sapanta's Merry Cemetery

TIMES OF ISRAEL 17 May 2015 : Nepal PM seeks $2b for reconstruction

NDTV 18 May 2015 : Green Tea, Red Wine, Blueberries and More: Flavonoids Can Help With Cold and Flu || XINHUA 15 May 2015 : Green tea, red wine reduce cold, cough risk: NZ study

MASHABLE 11 May 2015 : When a song is stuck in your head, chewing gum can help get rid of it || INDEPENDENT 24 April 2015 : Get rid of the song stuck in your head with chewing gum, scientists say

■ 12 May 2015 : Please, Mr. President, Read This Before You Go to Camp David. When you meet with the Kuwaitis, ask them why they keep sending me to jail for saying what I think.
■ 17 May 2015 : The GOP Is Dying Off. Literally. 
■ 18 May 2015 : 'It's Barack. Really!'. The president finally gets his own Twitter account: @POTUS
■19 May 2015 : 19 May 2015 : I've Read Obama's Secret Trade Deal. Elizabeth Warren Is Right to Be Concerned.

■ 13 May 2015 : I'm From Philly. 30 Years Later, I'm Still Trying To Make Sense Of The MOVE Bombing
■ 15 May 2015 : Looted By The Nazis, Matisse's 'Seated Woman' Finally Finds Her Way Home
■ 18 May 2015  : Here's What People Are Saying About The Waco Shootout And Race
■ 18 May 2015 : Why Have So Many People Never Heard Of The MOVE Bombing? 
■ 19 May 2015 : Saving The Sweetest Watermelon The South Has Ever Known
■ 19 May 2015 : Plan Bee: White House Unveils Strategy To Protect Pollinators
■ 20 May 2015 : How A Bigger Lunch Table At Work Can Boost Productivity
■ 26 May 2015 : Out Of The Classroom And Into The Woods
■ 26 May 2015 : A Neurosurgeon Reflects On The 'Awe And Mystery' Of The Brain
■ 27 May 2015 : Why Aren't The Aliens Here Already?
■ 27 May 2015 : For Actress Maria Bello, Family May Be Complicated, But 'Love Is Love'
■ 27 May 2015 : In A Digital Chapter, Paper Notebooks Are As Relevant As Ever

■ 27 May 2015 : When This 9-Year-Old Pianist Plays, He Feels The Music

■ 28 May 2015 : The Very Strange Life Of Nepal's Child Goddess
■ 28 May 2015 : What We Know About Tattoo Reactions Only Goes Skin-Deep
■ 28 May 2015 : Why A Journalist Scammed The Media Into Spreading Bad Chocolate Science

NEW CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 19 May 2015 : 'Hello N*gger': Conservatives Welcome President Obama To Twitter ||ADDICTING INFO 18 May 2015 :  'Welcome To Twitter, N*gger': Righties Go FULL RACIST On POTUS Twitter Account (TWEETS)

LIBERATION Fr 17 May 2015 : Migrants en Asie : «La Malaisie doit réaliser que ces gens vont mourir en mer» || LE MONDE 15 May 2015 : Au large de la Thaïlande, 300 boat people rohingya || EGALITE ET RECONCILIATION 1 December 2014 : L'Indonésie cherche une île pour y rassembler les migrants

CNN 20 May 2015 : Lost at sea, unwanted: The plight of Myanmar's Rohingya 'boat people' ||CHANNEL NEWS ASIA 21 May 2015 : Malaysia Foreign Minister to visit Myanmar for migrant crisis talks ||CNN 21 May 2015 : Indonesia, Malaysia agree to take in migrant ships, report says || NY TIMES 14 May 2015 : Rohingya Migrants From Myanmar, Shunned by Malaysia, Are Spotted Adrift in Andaman Sea ||NY TIMES 14 May 2015 : How Myanmar and Its Neighbors Are Responding to the Rohingya Crisis ||DEUTSCH WELLE 18 May 2015 : IOM: 'The longer the migrant crisis lasts, the worse it gets'

THREE PERCENTER NATION 15 May 2015 : MICHELLE OBAMA: Most Shameful First Lady in History || THE HILL 20 May 2015 : Michelle Obama's workout routine

■ 18 May 2015 : Court Rules That YouTube Cannot Be Forced to Remove Innocence of Muslims
■ 21 May 2015 : Josh Duggar Admits to Molestation, Resigns from Family Research Council
■ 21 May 2015 : Montel Williams Goes Off on 'Scumbag' Josh Duggar: 'Gay People Are the Danger to Kids?'
■ 21 May 2015 : Edward Snowden Reacts to Rand Paul's Patriot Act 'Filibuster'
■ 21 May 2015 : The 50 Sexiest in TV News 2015
■ 21 May 2015 : Obama to GOP Iraq Critics: 'I'm Very Clear on the Lessons of Iraq'
■ 21 May 2015 : Scarborough: Not One Republican Is Excited About Jeb Bush
■ 22 May 2015 : Obama's New Twitter Account Is Greeted by (Shocker) Racist Messages
■ 22 May 2015 : Montel Williams Doubles Down on Duggar Rant: What He Does Is 'Rhetorical Terrorism'

DAVID LEBOVITZ 7 July 2008: My Paris || BUZZFEED 10 December 2014 : The Ultimate Parisian Guide To Paris ||REMODELISTA 25 January 2008 : Sourcebook for Considered Living 

SALON 23 May 2015 : Mike Huckabee is beyond gross: The sick hypocrisy of a man who slimes Obama's parenting, but defends Josh Duggar, admitted sexual molester
Janet and I want to affirm our support for the Duggar family. Josh’s actions when he was an underage teen are as he described them himself, 'inexcusable,'but that doesn't mean 'unforgivable'. He and his family dealt with it and were honest and open about it with the victims and the authorities. No purpose whatsoever is served by those who are now trying to discredit Josh or his family by sensationalizing the story. Good people make mistakes and do regrettable and even disgusting things. The reason that the law protects disclosure of many actions on the part of a minor is that the society has traditionally understood something that today's blood-thirsty media does not understand—that being a minor means that one's judgement is not mature. No one needs to defend Josh's actions as a teenager, but the fact that he confessed his sins to those he harmed, sought help, and has gone forward to live a responsible and circumspect life as an adult is testament to his family's authenticity and humility. Those who have enjoyed revealing this long ago sins in order to discredit the Duggar family have actually revealed their own insensitive bloodthirst, for there was no consideration of the fact that the victims wanted this to be left in the past and ultimately a judge had the information on file destroyed—not to protect Josh, but the innocent victims. Janet and I love Jim Bob and Michelle and their entire family. They are no more perfect a family than any family, but their Christian witness is not marred in our eyes because following Christ is not a declaration of our perfection, but of HIS perfection. It is precisely because we are all sinners that we need His grace and His forgiveness. We have been blessed to receive God's love and we would do no less than to extend our love and support for our friends. In fact, it is such times as this, when real friends show up and stand up. Today, Janet and I want to show up and stand up for our friends. Let others run from them. We will run to them with our support. - Mike Huckabee

CNN 16 May 2015 : Dishwasher lost 100 pounds by eating on the job at soup and salad restaurant  ||HEALTHY FOOD TEAM 23 April 2015 : Woman Lost 27 Pounds And Solved Her Skin Problems When She Stopped Eating Only A Few Foods!  

USA TODAY 22 May 2015 : Obama tweets draw racist, hateful comments ||NEWSER 22 May 2015 : Secret Service Visits Obama Twitter Troll  ||RIGHT WING NEWS 3 October 2015 : Barack Obama Is An Anti-White Racist ||IF YOU ONLY NEWS 18 May 2015 : 'Welcome To Twitter, N*gger': The Right Greets President Obama's Entry Into Twitterverse (SCREENSHOTS)  

CNN 19 May 2015  : World's longest and highest glass-bottom bridge to open in China 

CHICKS ON THE RIGHT 22 May 2015 : Rick Santorum Is Annoyed At How Fox News Will Handle The First Of The GOP Presidential Debates. Do You Agree? ||REAL CLEAR POLITICS 22 May 2015 : Dear John: Kasich May Miss Cut in Ohio Debate

COSMOPOLITAN 21 May 2015 : Colour crush: 6 Brit bloggers with amazing bright hair. Bright hair, don't care! We're getting some serious summer hair colour inspiration from these bloggers

NEWSMAX 24 May 2015 : Bob Woodward: Bush Didn't Lie About WMDs to Justify Iraq War 

FOX NEWS 25 May 2015 : Memorial Day 2015: What it means to be an American Indian veteran ||NEWSWEEK 25 May 2015 : Memorial Day 2015 Photos: Remembering the Dead Across the Globe

ABC NET Au 28 March 2015 : Iwo Jima: US, Japanese veterans recall horror of pivotal World War II battle, 70 years on

SHANGHAIIST 26 May 2015 : Wang Jianlin's son shows off dog's 2 Apple Watches on Weibo ||APPLE INSIDER 26 May 2015 : Wealthy Chinese man buys two gold Apple Watch Editions for dog, prompts bizarre controversy

ALTER NET 21 May 2015 : Noam Chomsky: Why the Internet Hasn't Freed Our Minds—Propaganda Continues to Dominate

NY POST 27 May 2015 : Internet troll who claimed Obama is gay banned from Twitter

ANDY WORTHINGTON 29 May 2015 : The Scandal of Demonising the Unemployed When There Aren't Enough Jobs

NEWS & POLITIC : Bernie Sanders lays the SMACKDOWN on Koch Social Security Lies • Koch Brothers EXPOSED. Published on May 8, 2015 by Brave New Films

NEWS & POLITICS : Koch Brothers EXPOSED: 2014 • FULL DOCUMENTARY FILM • BRAVE NEW FILMS. Billionaires David and Charles Koch have been handed the ability to buy our democracy in the form of giant checks to the House, Senate, and soon, possibly even the Presidency. Published on Jan 21, 2015 by Brave New Films

FILM & ANIMATIONS : Woman in Gold Official Trailer #1 (2015) - Ryan Reynolds, Helen Mirren Movie HD. Published on Dec 23, 2014 by MOVIECLIPS Trailers

NEWS & POLITIC : Egypt's Russian national anthem fail: Vladimir Putin's off-key welcome in Cairo. Published on Feb 11, 2015 by current news

PEOPLE & BLOG : Dean Potter BASE Jumps With His Dog. Filmmaker and adventurer Dean Potter doesn't always BASE jump alone. Sometimes he takes the plunge with his dog, Whisper, strapped to his back. This trailer features wingsuit flight footage from Potter's film "When Dogs Fly." Published on May 27, 2014 by National Geographic || SPORTS : Ultimate Rush: Dean Potter Freebase. Published on Jan 23, 2014 by Outside Television

COMEDY : 13 - Quenel+ - Dieudonné répond à Claude Bartolone. Published on May 13, 2015 by Dieudonné Officiel

PEOPLE & BLOG: Real life of Saudi Women and not like showing in western media - 2. This Saudi Wife shows us into her middle class saudi hom that she shares with her in-laws.She discusses the restrictions on her daily life, although she does not see them as such.She says she doesn't have a maid, but her mother-in-law does! In Saudi Arabia, the dowries are very high and marriages are very expensive. Saudi women will not live without having a maid, a driver and many other things... 90% of Saudi citizens have maids ( mostly from Asia )and while its true women arent allowed to drive, they have chauffeurs to drive them anywhere they want Saudi women arent cage at home and they are allowed to go out and have fun..gyms,cafes,shopping. Uploaded on Oct 7, 2010 by Muslim Video

NEWS & POLITICS : 'My Five Wives': A Different Look at Modern Polygamy. Brady Williams, a former fundamentalist Mormon, and his wives star in a new reality series. Published on Mar 14, 2014 by ABC News

PEOPLE & BLOG : World's Heaviest Woman Attempts To Lose Weight To Wed. FIFTY-four stone mum Charity Pierce, 38, has found love - with a toyboy almost half her age. Charity fell for Tony, 21, three years ago and the pair have since become engaged. Now Tony is helping housebound Charity find a doctor willing to perform a bypass operation which she hopes will save her life - and let them be married. The couple met after Charity's daughter Charly, 17, struck up a friendship with Tony - who is actually her father's younger brother. Published on Apr 26, 2014 by Barcroft TV

FILM & ANIMATIONS: LET THE FIRE BURN - official US trailer. In the astonishingly gripping LET THE FIRE BURN, director Jason Osder has crafted that rarest of cinematic objects: a found-footage film that unfurls with the tension of a great thriller. On May 13, 1985, a longtime feud between the city of Philadelphia and controversial radical urban group MOVE came to a deadly climax. By order of local authorities, police dropped military-grade explosives onto a MOVE-occupied rowhouse. TV cameras captured the conflagration that quickly escalated—and resulted in the tragic deaths of eleven people (including five children) and the destruction of 61 homes. It was only later discovered that authorities decided to "...let the fire burn." Using only archival news coverage and interviews, first-time filmmaker Osder has brought to life one of the most tumultuous and largely forgotten clashes between government and citizens in modern American history. LET THE FIRE BURN will open in New York on October 2, and Los Angeles on October 18 before playing around the country. Published on Sep 10, 2013 by ZeitgeistFilms

COMEDY - by Jimmy Kimmel Live
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #8. People are very quick to tweet unflattering things, but it’s important to remember that everyone has feelings. From time to time, we ask famous people to read some of the not-so-nice things that are tweeted about them. This is our 8th edition of Mean Tweets featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Gerard Butler, Ty Burrell, Bob Newhart, Britney Spears, Geena Davis, Chris Pratt, Chloe Grace Moretz, Scott Foley, Michael Chiklis, Ted Danson, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow and Adam Sandler. #MeanTweets. Published on Nov 20, 2014
President Barack Obama on Tweeting and Smartphones. Published on Mar 13, 2015 
Mean Tweets - President Obama Edition. From time to time, we give celebrities a chance to read some of the mean things people tweet about them. We extended that same offer to our Commander in Chief, who happily agreed. This is an all President Obama edition of #MeanTweets. Published on Mar 12, 2015
Jimmy Kimmel Asks President Barack Obama About His Daily Life. Published on Mar 13, 2015

HOW TO & STYLE : How To Get Big / Kylie Jenner Lips WITHOUT Surgery. I am obsessed with lips and i'm so curious to see what MASSIVE Kylie Jenner lips would look like on my face, so I thought it was time to test it out, except without surgery. I am by no means saying Kylie has had lip fillers but I think i've found the perfect alternative that will save you pain and money. Published on Feb 25, 2015 by NakedWithoutMyLippy 

PEOPLE & BLOG : #GimmeFive FLOTUS Style. The First Lady, Michelle Obama, accepts her husband, President Barack Obama's challenge to show him five ways she moves. Published on May 19, 2015 by letsmove 

NEWS & POLITICS : TPP - Wikileaks has released another bombshell. Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio joins Thom Hartmann. Wikileaks has released another bombshell - this time publishing a portion of text from the secretly negotiated Trans Pacific Partnership. Now that the text is out in the open - will lawmakers in Washington finally realize how devastating the TPP is to the American economy? Published on Nov 14, 2013 by The Big Picture RT

TRAVEL & EVENT : Glass skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the Tianmen Mountain, China. China from a Vantage Point: Glass Skywalk in the Tianmen Mountain. The glass skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the Tianmen Mountain, China, seems especially built for the fearless. But walking on this incredible pathway, suspended 1,430 meters high up in the air (about 4 691.6 feet) is also 6,35 centimeters thick (2.5 inches), making it safe for the avalanche of tourists. The skywalk is situated 4,700ft above sea level on the side of the Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China. The 200ft long bridge joins the west cliff at the Yunmeng Fairy Summit, the summit of Tianmen Mountain and Zhang Jiajie. And it would appear to be too scary for the cleaners - tourists are asked to put on shoe covers before passing to help keep the path clean. The pathway, built earlier in the summer echoes the glass-bottomed walkway at the Grand Canyon in the U.S. The 70ft bridge is 4,000ft above the natural wonder and allows tourists to look through 2.5in of crystal-clear glass to the Canyon floor below. The Tianmen mountain, literally translated as Heavenly Gate Mountain is so called because of a huge natural cave that occurs halfway up to the summit. Published on May 24, 2014 by Lake Forest Park Home eBay Store Timnovotny

EDUCATION : PCOS: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. This 3D medical animation describes PCOS, polycystic ovary (ovarian) syndrome. The animation begins with the normal anatomy and physiology of the ovaries, including the effects of certain hormones on the ovaries during the menstrual cycle. Then, what is known about the pathophysiology of PCOS is shown, including abnormal amounts of specific hormones and how they cause certain symptoms, such as infertility, acne, and abnormal hair growth. Treatments for PCOS are described, including hormonal birth control, anti-androgens, diabetes and fertility medications, and laparoscopic ovarian drilling. Uploaded on May 31, 2011 by Nucleus Medical Media 

TRAVEL & EVENTS : The Broad : Fly-Through Animation. The Broad museum designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, will be opening in downtown Los Angeles in 2015. Published on Aug 28, 2014 by The Broad

MUSIC : Fantasie Impromptu Op.66 F.Chopin by World Youngest Performer 5 year old Oscar Paz-Suaznabar. Student of The European Academy of Music and Arts, Inc. Oscar has 10 month of piano playing experience. Performance at Kosciuszko Foundation-The American Center Of Polish Culture. Uploaded on Sep 5, 2011 by Oscar Paz Suaznabar

MUSIC : Joey Alexander (11 years old) - Giant Steps (In-Studio Performance). Published on Apr 30, 2015 by Joey Alexander

EDUCATION : A Brilliant Madness is the story of a mathematical genius whose career was cut short by a descent into madness. At the age of 30, John Nash, a stunningly original and famously eccentric MIT mathematician, suddenly began claiming that aliens were communicating with him and that he was a special messenger.

Diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, Nash spent the next three decades in and out of mental hospitals, all but forgotten. During that time, a proof he had written at the age of 20 became a foundation of modern economic theory. In 1994, as Nash began to show signs of emerging from his delusions, he was awarded a Nobel Prize in Economics. The program features interviews with John Nash, his wife Alicia, his friends and colleagues, and experts in game theory and mental illness.

Go beyond the Oscar-winning drama "A Beautiful Mind" and learn more about the life of troubled mathematician and Nobel Prize-winner John Nash and his struggle with mental illness in this PBS "American Experience" documentary. Exclusive interviews with Nash and wife Alicia are included. Published on Feb 27, 2013 by SubscriptionFreeTV

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY : Interview with Dr. John Nash at the 1st Meeting of Laureates in Economic Sciences in Lindau, Germany, September 1-4, 2004. Interviewer is freelance journalist Marika Griehsel. Dr. Nash talks about the impact the Prize had on his life, his talent for mathematics as a child (5:38), the work that gave him the Prize (9:03), gives some advice to young students (13:07), talks about important economic issues of today (15:26), and shares his thoughts about the movie on his life, 'A Beautiful Mind' (21:18). Published on May 9, 2012 by Ewerton Emmanuel 

Amtrak train may have been hit by projectile before wreck - By Jarrett Renshaw
PHILADELPHIA - The Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia and a separate commuter train in the vicinity may have been hit by projectiles of some kind shortly before the wreck, a U.S. transportation official said, after investigators interviewed members of the Amtrak crew.
* Video: Amtrak engineer friend says Bostian 'is very sorry'
* U.S. House committee will hold hearing on Amtrak crash
* Slideshow: Philadelphia train derailment 

Kerry says U.S., China discussing further sanctions on North Korea

Islamic State says it has full control of Iraq's Ramadi
BAGHDAD - Islamic State militants claimed full control of the western Iraqi city of Ramadi in the biggest defeat for the Baghdad government since last summer. | Video
* U.S. lawmakers praise Islamic State raid, seek long-term strategy
* Army kills five Islamic State leaders in eastern Syria: state TV
* Sahara Islamist leader dismisses Islamic State pledge: report

Jeb Bush sees no constitutional right to gay marriage

Shi'ite forces move in to oust ISIS from Ramadi 
BAGHDAD - Thousands of Shi'ite militiamen prepared to fight Islamic State insurgents who seized the Iraqi provincial capital Ramadi in the biggest defeat for government forces in nearly a year.
* Ramadi a setback for Iraqi forces: top U.S. military officer
* Nearly 25,000 fled ISIS attack on Ramadi in Iraq: U.N.
* Opinion: How to reclaim Ramadi from Islamic State
* Slideshow: ISIS raises flag over Ramadi

U.S. charges six Chinese nationals with economic espionage

Greece hasn't got the money to make June IMF repayment: interior minister 

John Nash, mathematician who inspired 'A Beautiful Mind,' killed in car crash

Obama heralds first U.S. Memorial Day without ground war in 14 years

Data thieves gain access to 100,000 U.S. taxpayers' information: IRS

Charter's $56 billion Time Warner Cable deal to face U.S. scrutiny 

China to extend military reach, build lighthouses in disputed waters 

Crocodile farming boosts Zimbabwe's struggling economy
Egypt sentences deposed Islamist president Morsi to death
Gay couple voice doubts and hopes ahead of Irish marriage vote
Guatemalans push for resignation of president
Yes or No? Ireland set for historic referendum on gay marriage
Cate Blanchett, star in 'Carol' at Cannes, scotches gay speculation 
Kerry slams North Korea provocations, 'grotesque' abuses
Artist Shirin Neshat shines light on Iran. Iranian-American artist Shirin Neshat's dark kohl-lined eyes are immediately recognizable. Now she is bringing their gaze on Iranian and Arab women's resistance to oppression to this most political of cities with an exhibit in Washington.
Porn or pop? Ugandan saucy singer on trial for music video. Sex sells, which is why Ugandan singer Jemimah Kansiime chose to make an explicit music video with the hope of raising her profile. Instead however it landed her in jail and she is now awaiting trial for having flouted Ugandan's Anti-Pornography Law.
► All that glitters not TV gold for 'Lebanon's Kardashians'. They were touted as Lebanon's answer to reality TV icons the Kardashians, but the stars of "The Sisters" have been dismissed as not only unrepresentative but even worse -- boring. 
That's why you have to be yourself. You will be considered a fool if you say that East and West are the same. Character differences between them is barely visible. They appear just like a bunch of girl models with fashions that is too forced to be sexy. Sensuality of the East is not the same as the West. Each of them does not have a unique personality, for example one is anteater, one is a crocodile lover, another one is broken shoe collector, ... haa ...

Well, you know I love the "shy" East.

NATO urges Russia to be more 'transparent' on military exercises 
Russian permanent mission to NATO said the alliance was continually distort facts about the relationship with Russia. This was done so that NATO could expand their influence in Western countries. NATO tried to persuade the West by bringing up the fact that they were the only party that could maintain the security in Europe. The trick was to obscure the facts, both about their relationship with Russia, also by covering their missions in Middle East region. The mission also said that there was no constructive proposals ever made by NATO regarding what steps should be done to assist in overcoming the dangerous tendency in the development of political and military situation in Europe, even NATO continued to ignore Russia's proposal on how to strengthen the security in Euro-Atlantic region.

Migrants treated in Indonesia hospital
Malaysia, Indonesia will take in migrants 
California oil pipeline ruptures, leaks into ocean
Declassified CIA documents throw new light on Osama Bin Laden
Iran rules out nuclear inspections of military sites
Bin Laden documents declassified 
Pianist looks to Syria's musical past to spread peace. Malek Jandali may only have been alive for four decades but the award-winning composer insists he feels ancient, having revived some of the oldest melodies from his war-torn Syrian homeland.
Poroshenko says Ukraine is being "severely attacked by Russia"
433 Rohingya rescued from rickety boat off Indonesia
Cannes Film Festival apologises over high-heel furore
Obama calls for urgent attention to climate change
US, Britain fine six banks nearly $6 bn for forex, Libor abuses
Destruction of Palmyra would be 'loss to humanity'. The destruction of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Palmyra would be an "enormous loss to humanity", the head of the organisation warned Thursday after Islamic State fighters seized the ancient Syrian city.
Rohingya migrants treated in Indonesia refugee camp
345 migrants rescued in Maltese waters: Italian coast guard
Myanmar's Rohingya migrants face grim life back home
Horn of Africa's Djibouti dreams of becoming 'new Dubai'
After ordeal at sea, Rohingya toddler dies in Indonesia
Ireland 'changed utterly' by gay marriage vote: press
Tornado, floods leave deadly trail at Mexico-US border
Obama expresses condolences, pledges aid to Texas
World's largest ocean liner stops in Marseille. The world's largest ocean liner Allure of the Seas stops in Marseille ahead of its tour of the Mediterranean.
Californians cope with drought by painting their lawns green
Texas copes with aftermath of deadly flooding
From rags to riches: the story of a mummy in a Paris suburb
Football: Putin condemns US over FIFA probe
Heatwave sweeping across India kills nearly 1,500 in one week
Barrel bombs kill 71 civilians after Syria army retreats

New mystery in train crash: Was it hit by a flying object?
Jury sentences Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death
What we know about Abu Sayyaf: The Islamic State leader killed by U.S. forces
Neither China nor US giving ground over projects dispute
Elvis tour bus sells for nearly $270,000 in New York
Los Angeles becomes latest US city to favor $15 minimum wage
The Latest on Rohingya: Malaysia orders search and rescue
Claims of anti-Asian discrimination at Harvard reveal a long, complicated fight over affirmative action
What Not to Say to Someone With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Obama tells people of Israel: America has your back
US 'deeply troubled' by Russia's NGO law 
Separating earthquake fact from fiction in 'San Andreas'
Obama heralds first U.S. Memorial Day without ground war in 14 years 
Nuclear Iran 1,000 times worse than IS: Netanyahu 
Russia 'reset' architect to next president: Don't try that again
U.S. military mistakenly ships live anthrax to labs in nine states
■ Vice President Joe Biden's son Beau dies of brain cancer

My Apple Watch's battery lasted for 41 hours on a charge, and I didn't like it one bit
38 New Emoji Are Set to Premiere Next Year. See the Full List Here

FOOD : Why This Super Popular Food Blogger Is Keeping Her Identity a Secret. The blogger behind Two Red Bowls has a secret. In fact, the only things she would tell us about her identity is her first name (Cynthia), her ethnicity (Chinese), and her job (she's a lawyer at a big firm in New York City).

How I Told My Son His Friends Are Transgender
Should This High Schooler Have Been Suspended for Her 'Inappropriate' Dress?
My Husband Confessed to Killing Our Son

TV : Alec Baldwin Gets 'Mildly Depressed' When He's Away From His Family

HEALTH : Stephanie's 145-Pound Weight Loss: 'Avoid All of the Crazy Diets — Period'

TRAVEL : I Bought an Island in Cambodia and Changed My Life

STYLE : Kim Kardashian Cried When Kanye Overhauled Her Closet

Why does Indonesia demand that female military recruits are virgins?
Geri Halliwell marries Red Bull F1 team boss Christian Horner
Russian rocket carrying satellite burns up over Siberia
Indonesia city 'needs help' to cope with migrant crisis
French teachers strike over change plans
Aruna Shanbaug : Brain-damaged India nurse dies 42 years after rape
Ukraine crisis: President Poroshenko talks of 'real war' with Russia (Video : Poroshenko: 'I don't trust Vladimir Putin')

Malaysia orders migrant boat rescues - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the country's navy will conduct search and rescue missions on migrant boats stranded in the Andaman Sea.
* Video: 'No father, no country, no home'
* The villagers saving migrants
* The migrant boat that made it 
* Why are so many stranded at sea?
* Video : 'No country, no home'
* Villagers step in to save migrants
* Perilous journey of migrant boat 
Myanmar is a multi-religious country with 60 million people. Statistics show that 89% of the population are Buddhists, 4% are Christians, 4% are Muslims, and 3% follow other religions, including Hinduism and the Bahá'í Faith.

The name "Rohingya" is derived from "Rohang," believed to be the ancient name of the Rakhine (Arakan) state of Myanmar. The recent violence in Rakhine state has led many Rohingyas to flee Myanmar and attempt to cross the 200-kilometre porous border with Bangladesh. Around 40% of the population of the Rakhine state is estimated to be Muslim.

Bangladesh shares borders with two Myanmar states -- Rakhine (Arakan) and Chin. Most people of Chin state practice Christianity and no refugees came from Chin state to Bangladesh.

Besides Rakhine Muslims, there are Muslims living in other parts of Myanmar. They came from Gujarat (India) and China, and live peacefully with other ethnic groups in various parts of the country, including Yangon.

Rohingyas look similar to Bangladesh people living in the southeast and speak in a dialect which is close to that of Bangladesh people on the border. They can easily mingle with the local people.

It is reported that the recent unrest began on June 3 after the police in Rakhine detained three Muslim men (Rohingyas) in relation to the rape and killing of a Buddhist woman late last month. That was followed by a wanton attack by Buddhists on a bus in early June in which 10 Muslims were killed. 13 Buddhist Rakhines and 16 Rohingyas have been killed, Myanmar officials told AP last week.

The question is, given the unrest in the Rakine state can Rohingyas be considered as "refugees" under the UN 1951 Convention on Refugees or its 1967 Protocol?

To be eligible as a refugee, there must be "well-founded fear of persecution" by the state. The present unrest emanated from an allegedly criminal act on a Buddhist female by some Rohingyas and did not arise from persecution by the authorities. It is considered as a law and order issue for Myanmar.

Bangladesh is not a party to the UN Convention of the Refugees and there is no legal obligation to accept them. There could be, however, a moral or humanitarian obligation in a war-like situation, but given the sectarian clash between minority and majority groups in the Rakhine state, Rohingyas cannot arguably come within the definition of "refugees."

On June 13, Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Dr. Dipu Moni said Bangladesh was not willing to give shelter to Rohingyas despite international calls for opening the border. "We're already burdened with thousands of Rohingya refugees staying in Bangladesh and we don't want any more," she reportedly said.

In my view, the stance of the government is correct. Some reasons are given below:

First, Bangladesh is an overpopulated country compared to its territorial size (about 160 million people squeezed in an area of 147, 570 square kilometres). Bangladeshi officials estimate that there are 300,000 Rohingyas already in the country, with about a tenth of them in two official refugee camps in the southern district of Cox's Bazaar.

Second, Rohingya refugees are a heavy burden on Bangladesh's economy and scant resources. It is reported that many local people do not want to accept Rohingya refugees, some of whom are allegedly involved in undesirable activities either within the local area or on the border, posing a threat to peace and security of local people.

Third, Rohingya refugees have reportedly created a bad image of Bangladesh in the Middle East. It is alleged that most of the "Bangladeshis" who committed crimes in Saudi Arabia were Rohingyas with fake or forged Bangladesh passports.

Fourth, many believe that, having being deprived of amenities as citizens since 1962 when General Ne Win seized power, some Rohingyas reportedly constituted guerilla outfits including the Arakan Rohingya National Organisation and Arakan Rohingya Islamic Front fighting for a Rohingya land in Rakhine state. In 1978, when Bangladesh in agreement with Myanmar repatriated Rohingya refugees, these entities reportedly resisted their repatriation until the land was "secure" from their point of view.

Fifth, a serious misunderstanding was created in the past between Bangladesh and Myanmar on the issue of Rohingya refugees and Bangladesh does not wish any more to be misunderstood on this issue with one of its closest neighbour, which is on a steady path to democratic reforms. The Bangladesh prime minister visited Myanmar last December and the Myanmar president is expected to visit in mid-July -- after a 26-year gap.

Pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi last month met thousands of Myanmar refugees now living in a Thai border camp. She promised to try as much as she could to help them return home, vowing not to forget them. It is disappointing to note she has been conspicuously silent on the current violence in Rakhine state and on Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

It is expected that while Suu Kyi is on a tour of Europe, the European leaders and Human Rights Organisations should urge her to address the current unrest and the root causes for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

The Secretary General of the UN needs to play an active role in addressing the issues of religious minority community in the Rakhine state with Myanmar authorities.

Since Bangladesh is already sheltering more than 300,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, there is a view that those countries and organisations which call upon Bangladesh to open the border to Rohingyas on humanitarian considerations may send their planes or passenger boats to Chittagong, and Bangladesh may open the border on the condition that those who come to Bangladesh from Myanmar will be sent to those countries.

Out of 15.4 million refugees in the world as of today, records show that developing countries in Asia and Africa host 80% of them, and not the Western countries which have turned their countries into "fortresses" and are very reluctant to accept refugees in their own countries.

The writer is a former Bangladesh Ambassador to the UN, Geneva.
Source : DAILY STAR 20 June 2015 : Why are Rohingyas being refused entry into Bangladesh - Barrister Harun Ur Rashid

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"Thank you for your perception! I like your romantic side, even if I do not always comment and I'm glad that you're in my circle of friends."
(Courtesies by: Wolfgang A. Gerhardt)

Wolfgang A.Gerhardt : May be you like this Sunday collage

Cisca Zarmansyah : Before today, there never was a person doing this to me. You create a simple matter to look special. This is a special thing for me.

Cisca Zarmansyah : Thank you. I love it. I love you, my friend.

CieL- FreYa Ceastle : Hmm, he's so nice...

"I am me.
In all the world,
there is no one else exactly like me.
Everything that comes out of me
is authentically mine,
because I alone chose it --
I own everything about me:
my body,
my feelings,
my mouth,
my voice,
all my actions,
whether they be to others or myself.
I own my fantasies,
my dreams,
my hopes,
my fears.
I own my triumphs and successes,
all my failures and mistakes.
Because I own all of me,
I can become intimately acquainted with me.
By so doing,
I can love me
and be friendly with all my parts.
I know there are aspects about myself that puzzle me,
and other aspects that I do not know
-- but as long as I am friendly
and loving to myself,
I can courageously and hopefully
look for solutions
to the puzzles and ways
to find out more about me.
However I look and sound,
whatever I say and do,
and whatever I think and feel at a given moment in time
is authentically me.
If later some parts of how I looked,
and felt
turn out to be unfitting,
I can discard that which is unfitting,
keep the rest,
and invent something new
for that which I discarded.
I can see,
say, and do.
I have the tools to survive,
to be close to others,
to be productive,
and to make sense
and order out of the world of people
and things outside of me.
I own me,
and therefore,
I can engineer me.
I am me,
and I am okay."

(American Phychologist and Educator, 1916-1988)