Thursday, June 25, 2015

News Headlines (536) 1 June - 15 June 2015




1 June 2015 : Your irrepressible restlessness could get the best of you today if you grow weary of patiently waiting for the right doors to open. However, it's more important than ever to keep your thoughts from wandering away from your work because things could change very quickly. Focus your full attention on the conversations occurring in the present moment. Your ability to react quickly to new developments now increases your chances for success. Keep your ear to the ground and your eyes wide open so you don't miss a thing.

2 June 2015 :  You must be ready to shift gears on a moment's notice, since your plans are likely to expand with the Sagittarius Full Moon magnifying your 9th House of Big Ideas. Until now, you believed your own story and knew where you were going, but your world is dramatically changing now. Thankfully, you're up for the challenge as long as you can keep the conversations flowing. Don't try to schedule anything too far in advance since your current success depends upon your spontaneity. The future is contained in the here and now; all you have to do is find it.

3 June 2015 :  It's important for you to know that your work has meaning as you seek something intangible that goes beyond recognition and acknowledgment today. Nevertheless, you're not prepared to give up the stability that your current job provides. Luckily, there's no reason to add unnecessary stress by making dramatic changes now, even if you are feeling somewhat frustrated in your position. Keep your concerns to yourself for a while longer; you can make your big move after Mercury turns direct next week. A little patience serves you well.

4 June 2015 : You might believe you are being personally attacked if a coworker confronts you about your work today. However, there's no reason to automatically compromise your position by modifying your views to accommodate others. Although someone else may not share your perspective, don't just pretend to agree in order to keep the peace. Instead, remain firm about your intentions and focused on your goals or you'll ultimately irritate your peers. Mutual understanding and respect is essential for your success.

5 June 2015 : You may set off for an emotional journey now, even if you don't think you have sufficient time to explore your feelings. Nevertheless, you are ready to grab hold of an opportunity today as assertive Mars receives a boost from auspicious Jupiter. You might even choose to let go of your past to start all over again. Don't hold back while happy-go-lucky Venus is dancing in your 5th House of Spontaneity; explore the pleasures that you seek, even if it's only in your dreams.

6 June 2015 : You wish you were free enough to say whatever you want, but you realize that your chances of finding happiness are greater if you keep some things to yourself. You want to be accepted for who you are, yet your brusque manner could rub others the wrong way. Thankfully, you understand that reaching your goals today is more important than how you get there and you're willing to moderate your aggressive approach to appease others. Take everyone's feelings into consideration since the ends don't always justify the means.

7 June 2015 : You could spend a lot of time thinking about your future, but might remain stuck in a routine that's tough to break now. Dreaming about what you want your life to look like is much easier today than putting your ideas into motion. Thankfully, there's no urgency to initiate action yet; the time for manifestation will come soon enough. Instead, simply consider the positives and negatives of each option without becoming attached to any single outcome. Reexamining all the angles has you sitting pretty for when you're ready to make your move.

8 June 2015 : Your choices are as clear as mud today, yet you're ready to take on the world with confidence in spite of the confusion. Allow as much time as possible before making an important decision because an impulsive judgment call could lead you down a dead-end path now, even if you think you're doing the right thing. It's crucial to figure out the truth first, for faulty assumptions only create tension in your interactions with others. Playing out fantasies in your imagination is safer than doing it in the real world.

9 June 2015 : You can become a superhero today, but you must overcome your current tendency to take the course of least resistance and just roll with the incoming waves. Fortunately, warrior Mars is working on your behalf now, assisting you in your task of defying the laws of nature. Discovering the solution to a problem is the easy part; the tricky part is mustering up some uncharacteristic persistence. Once you have a plan, lock onto it with unflagging determination. Don't trade the satisfaction of a job well done for a shot at transient pleasure. Put on your cape and save the day.

10 June 2015 : You have a short emotional fuse while the Moon is agitating reactionary Aries, and your shoot-from-the-hip delivery could turn a sticky situation into a real problem. Thankfully, a little common sense goes a long way to prevent a meltdown over a misunderstanding that won't matter much in the long run. However, if you get caught up in the heat of the moment and choose to express your feelings, at least minimize the potential damage by accepting responsibility for your role in the current disagreement.

11 June 2015 : You might have been caught in intellectual cross-currents recently as Mercury retrograded in your 3rd House of Communication. Although life seems more hectic than ever, the tide is about to change and the noise will soon transform into exciting opportunities for growth. Don't waste time second-guessing your choices; it's time to launch your ship of ideas into the seas of commerce. Some journeys are worth a leap of faith.

12 June 2015 : An unfinished relationship discussion may resurface today, as if a recently dispatched issue was waiting in the wings to be called back onstage. Much to your chagrin, if you weren't able to fix the problem earlier, you won't likely solve it now, either. Paradoxically, the harder you strive for resolution, the more elusive the answers become. Nevertheless, gently leaning into the resistance is still the most strategic tactic because the energy is about to shift, freeing you to move on.

13 June 2015 : You are dangerously close to reaching your boiling point today and may struggle to keep a lid on your volatile emotions. Militant Mars is your ruling planet, tuning you into trouble before it even happens. Although the warrior planet is combining forces with the willful Sun, you can consciously use this energy for a positive cause instead of succumbing to its negativity. Stand up for an underdog or defend an idea that's close to your heart. Take the high road by choosing your battles carefully and fighting fairly for the good of all.

14 June 2015 : Change is in the wind today, but you can't figure out which direction it's blowing. At first, you may be excited with anticipation as you map out your schedule for the near future, only to be drawn back into old fears. But rather than swiftly processing your emotions, your memories could bring up unexpected anger. Don't be so judgmental if you aren't living up to your own ambitious expectations. Instead of comparing the present with the past, focus strictly on the power of now so you can gain the most out of your current experiences.

15 June 2015 : You aren't likely to take no for an answer today, but you might have to think on your feet and do some fast talking to receive the approval you seek. You could grow frustrated if you are swept up by interpersonal politics that are beyond your control. But don't quit too soon, since gentle persistence will probably bring you what you want. However, four planets buzzing in adaptable Gemini remind you that maintaining a flexible attitude is essential to keep up with how quickly the circumstances are changing.

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RADIXNEWS 30 May 2015 : Date Set For Hillary Clinton Racketeering Trial


SCIENCE DAILY
■ 7 January 2015 : An avocado a day may help keep bad cholesterol at bay
■ 20 March 2015 : Neuropsychology: Power naps produce a significant improvement in memory performance
■ 30 March 2015 : Pesticides in fruit and vegetables linked to semen quality
■ 11 May 2015 : Increased cardiorespiratory fitness may delay onset of high cholesterol study shows

■ 17 May 2015 : Evidence that electronic cigarettes are effective for smoking cessation long-term is lacking
■ 17 May 2015 : High salt intake may delay puberty
■ 21 May 2015 : T. Rex-Like Fossil Is First Dino Found In Washington State
■ 27 May 2015 : Experiment confirms quantum theory weirdness
■ 27 May 2015 : Sex chromosomes: Why the Y genes matter
■ 28 May 2015 : Scientists retrieve lost memories using optogenetics
■ 28 May 2015 : 'New Species' Of Possible Human Relative Found In Ethiopia
■ 28 May 2015 : Unexpected brain structures tied to creativity, and to stifling it
■ 29 May 2015 : Trees are source for high-capacity, soft batteries
■ 1 June 2015 : Seeing tubular plasma structures in inner layers of magnetosphere surrounding Earth
■ 3 June 2015 : Cooking up cognition: Study suggests chimps have cognitive capacity for cooking
■ 3 June 2015 : Attending breast cancer screening reduces risk of death by 40 percent
■ 10 June 2015 : Nuts and peanuts -- but not peanut butter -- linked to lower mortality rates, study finds


LIVE SCIENCE
■ 7 December 2010 : Why Do Men Have an Adam's Apple But Women Don't?
■ 29 May 2015 : Dragons of Xanadu: Sculptures Discovered in Legendary City
■ 31 May 2015 : Contact Lenses May Alter Bacteria in the Eye
■ 31 May 2015 : How a Cell Knows Friend From Foe
■ 1 June 2015 : Beau Biden's Death: 5 Facts About Brain Cancer
■ 2 June 2015 : How 'Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash's Schizophrenia 'Disappeared'
■ 3 June 2015 : Losing Sense of Smell Linked with Earlier Deaths
■ 3 June 2015 : Herpes Virus Gives Man a Blistery Finger Infection
■ 9 June 2015: Oh, You Deer: Newborn Mini Fawn Is Seriously Cute
■ 11 June 2015 : Great White Shark High 5? Here's What Really Happened


COUNSEL HEAL
■ 28 May 2015 : Cynics Earn Less, Study
■ 1 June 2015 : Bad Sleep Boosts Food Intake
■ 8 June 2015 : Restless Leg Syndrome Linked to Female Stroke Risk


NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
■ 26 May 2015 : California's Drought Makes It Rain Big Bucks For Local Businesses  (Media Player)
■ 30 May 2015 : In Norway, A Prison Built On Second Chances
■ 30 May 2015 : Seeing What Isn't There: Inside Alzheimer's Hallucinations
■ 31 May 2015 : From Cuba To Florida: Diana Nyad's Final Attempt At A Record-Breaking Swim
■ 31 May 2015 : At World's Fair In Italy, The Future Of Food Is On The Table
■ 31 May 2015 : Rich Housewives Go Under The Microscope In 'Primates Of Park Avenue'
■ 31 May 2015 : Some 5 percent of the world's population — about 240 million people — are dependent on alcohol. More than a billion people, or 20 percent of the human race, smoke tobacco.
■ 31 May 2015 : No Love Lost In Paris As 'Love Locks' To Be Cut From Bridge
■ 1 June 2015 : Just two weeks ago, Biden delivered a speech to Yale graduates, speaking of his son Beau and the importance of compassion. "It's not all that difficult, folks, to be compassionate when you've been the beneficiary of compassion in your lowest moments ... because when you know how much it meant to you, you know how much it mattered," he said. "It's not hard to be compassionate."
■ 2 June 2015 : Here's What People Are Saying About Racial Weirdness in 'Aloha'
■ 2 June 2015 : The Truth Behind The Suicide Statistic For Older Teen Girls
■ 3 June 2015 : Chimps Are No Chumps: Give Them An Oven, They'll Learn To Cook
■ 3 June 2015 : In Search Of The Red Cross' $500 Million In Haiti Relief
■ 4 June 2014 : Trader Joe's Ex-President Opens Store With Aging Food And Cheap Meals 
■ 5 June 2015 : California Women Can Soon Go Right To The Pharmacist For Birth Control
■ 6 June 2015 : Beau Biden, Vice President's Son, Remembered In Delaware Service
■ 8 June 2015 : Most Americans will at some point have a problem with their backs. And for an unlucky third, the problem will actually become chronic. But in some areas of the world — even among people bent over seven to nine hours a day picking water chestnuts — back pain is all but nonexistent. How? Here's a hint: Sitting up straight might not be helping.  Lost Posture: Why Some Indigenous Cultures May Not Have Back Pain


COMMON WEALTH WBUR 28 May 2015 : From The Eating Lab: Diets Don't Work, But Why?

HUFFINGTON POST
■ 6 May 2015 : Oregon's 'Lost Lake' Is Disappearing Down A Big Hole, And Now We Know Why
■ 26 May 2015 : 10 Small Acts in a Relationship That Are Actually a Really Big Deal
■ 26 May 2015 : 11 Things Happy Couples Don't Do
■ 28 May 2015 : India Heat Wave Persists, Claiming Over 1,400 Lives
■ 29 May 2015 : Prospects Improve For Pit Bull Whose Mouth Was Taped Shut 
■ 29 May 2015 : Watch The Sweet Moment A Toddler Says Goodbye To Family Garbage Man, His 'First Friend' 
■ 29 May 2015 : This Pasta Cooking Method Is Faster And Better Than The Way You've Been Doing It
■ 29 May 2015 : 8 Reasons You Need To Travel With Your Best Friend At Least Once In Your Life
■ 31 May 2015 : Muslim Woman Says Plane Crew Denied Her Unopened Soda Can Because It Could Be Used 'As A Weapon'
■ 1 June 2015 : Celebrities Celebrate The Debut Of Caitlyn Jenner, Formerly Bruce Jenner, On Twitter
■ 2 June 2015 : 23 Books That Everyone with Wanderlust Should Read
■ 3 June 2015 : Ted Cruz Jokes About Joe Biden, As Biden Grieves For His Son
■ 4 June 2015 : Ukraine's President Tells Military To Prepare For 'Full-Scale' Russian Invasion 
■ 5 June 2015 : China Says Hacking Claims Irresponsible, Wishes U.S. Would Trust It More


NEW YORK TIMES
■ 24 February 2009 : How Much Water Does Pasta Really Need?
■ 29 May 2015 : Asian States Say They'll Focus on Causes of Migrant Crisis
■ 29 May 2015 : Death on the Steppes: Mystery Disease Kills Saigas
■1 June 2015 : Paris Bridge's Love Locks Are Taken Down
■ 1 June 2015 : Bribery Inquiry Drawing Closer to FIFA's President, Sepp Blatter
■ 1 June 2015 : Caitlyn Jenner, Formerly Bruce, Introduces Herself in Vanity Fair
■ 1 June 2015 : Hundreds Missing After Chinese Cruise Ship Sinks on Yangtze 
■ 1 June 2015 : Beijing Bans Public Smoking, but Enforcement Poses a Challenge
■ 2 June 2015 : U.S. Surveillance in Place Since 9/11 Is Sharply Limited
■ 3 June 2015 : Girls Rule in an Indian Village by : Karolin Klüppel
■ 3 June 2015 : Bill Gates, College Dropout: Don't Be Like Me
■ 3 June 2015 : The Price of Caitlyn Jenner's Heroism
■ 5 June 2015 : U.S. Was Warned of System Open to Cyberattacks
■ 5 June 2015 :  He was in love. She was not. But for this 32-year-old Brooklyn man, nothing could stop him. Not evil spirits. Not a $713,975 bill from a psychic. Not even death.
■ 5 June 2015 : Seven Leading Architects Defend the World's Most Hated Buildings
■ 6 June 2015 : What Makes a Woman?
■ 6 June 2015 : Surprising Saudi Rises as a Prince Among Princes
■ 12 June 2015 : Los Angeles Confronts a Spike in Homelessness Amid Prosperity 


DAILY MAIL
■ 5 July 2012 : Women with bigger breasts DO have higher risk of breast cancer, finds genetic study
■ 20 May 2015 : Japan's whaling science under the microscope 
■ 22 May 2015 : Boy, 11,  (Tanishq Abraham) graduates from COLLEGE and now wants to become a doctor, a medical researcher... oh, and President of the United States
■ 31 May 2015 : Style jeanius! Kendall Jenner shows off her long model legs in a denim shirt mini dress while on shopping trip in LA
■ 1 June 2015 : Kim Kardashian is pregnant! Reality star reveals she's finally expecting baby number two with Kanye West
■ 1 June 2015 : Bruce Jenner prepares for facial feminization surgery as his daughters adjust to his transition on KUWTK
■ 1 June 2015 : Bright pink crocodile skin handbag becomes the most expensive in the world after selling for £150,000 in Hong Kong. The Birkin Bag in fuschia features 18 karat gold and diamond detailing. Designer handbag smashed the 2011 most expensive record of £133,500. Christies have black Birkin scheduled for auction which may sell for more
■ 2 June 2015 : 'Call me Caitlyn': Bruce Jenner reveals who 'She' is on front of Vanity Fair and describes panic attack after 10-hour surgery
■ 2 June 2015 : Reality star set up a Twitter and Facebook account under Caitlyn Jenner. Tells the magazine: 'Bruce always had to tell a lie... Caitlyn doesn't have any secrets'. Reveals panic attack after 10-hour surgery in March. Khloe was first family member to react and say she 'couldn't be prouder'. Pregnant stepdaughter Kim Kardashian tweets support to 32m followers, while Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie have also spoken out
■ 2 June 2015 : 'I love this... be true to you': Kim Zolciak supports Bruce Jenner's gender transformation with heartwarming tribute on Instagram
■ 2 June 2015 : Revealed: Bruce Jenner wanted eldest daughter aborted and refused to go to birth… but now Caitlyn is making amends
■ 3 June 2015 : Kim cracks! Kardashian goes on expletive-filled rant over 'lies' about her pregnancy... and Twitter asks if she's been hacked
■ 3 June 2015 : Never mind holding his hand! Brazilian man (Anthony Kulkamp Dias) plays The Beatles on his guitar during BRAIN SURGERY so doctors could monitor for any damage
■ 4 June 20165 : Chic in the city! Victoria Beckham carries on her stylish trend in flowery leggings and classic trench coat for New York outing
Ouch ouch, her high heels ... I saw it with feeling tired. I will not use any stuff in my body that would only make me feel "heavy" with my body when I had to step up a lot for a certain distance. Jewelry, clothes design, shoes, hair, makeup, of course I need them, but it does not mean they can be a burden on my body. I love my body comfort more than goods as supporting performances that make you feel like "ornament". I'm a moving creature that likes practicality in any case. I like an  appearance like this.

■ 4 June 2015 : Kendall and Kourtney offer support to Kris Jenner on girls' night at U2 concert after THAT war of words with ex Caitlyn over marriage split and gender transition
■ 4 June 2015 : How much did Bruce Jenner's new face cost? Six surgeries and $70,000 says one doctor 
■ 4 June 2015 : Swept off her feet! Kylie Jenner struggles to walk in her strappy heels as she pays boyfriend Tyga a surprise visit on Malibu Beach
■ 4 June 2015 : Father-to-be Kanye West steps out in Los Angeles for solo night after wife Kim shoots down reports she is expecting twins
■ 5 June 2015 : Kendall Jenner heads to her favourite restaurant as it is revealed Caitlyn 'still lets the children call her Dad'
■ 5 June 2015 : Busty Amber Rose displays extreme cleavage in neon pink bikini as she takes to Instagram... after revealing bizarre bleached eyebrows
■ 5 June 2015 : David Beckham posts sweet snap of Harper scoring a goal... as Victoria reveals 'tomboy' tot's love of football is a 'dagger to my heart'
■ 8 June 2015 : Budding Broadway star? Kendall Jenner arrives at the Tony Awards in a super short sequinned mini dress
■ 11 June 2015 : Inside the mind of a genius: Letters revealing Einstein's thoughts on God, infidelity and how a toy train prompted a lifelong interest in science, expected to fetch up to $1million at auction 


WORLD SOCIALIST WEB SITE
■ 5 June 2015 : US officials consider nuclear strikes against Russia
■ 5 June 2015 : Historian Timothy Snyder falsifies history at German-Ukrainian conference
■ 5 June 2015 : Al-Sisi in Berlin: Red carpet for the hangman of Cairo 
■ 5 June 2015 : Guantanamo detainee details CIA sexual abuse and torture
■ 6 June 2015 : US imperialism and the FIFA corruption investigation


XINHUA 29 May 2015 : E-cigarettes not "particularly" effective as quitting tool: survey

CLIMATE NEWS NETWORK 29 January 2015 : California rains bring little relief from harsh drought 

MARKET WATCH 1 June 2015 : Hudson Pacific Properties Breaks Ground on ICON Office Tower at Sunset Bronson Studios || BUSINESS WIRE 1 June 2015 : Hudson Pacific Properties Breaks Ground on ICON Office Tower at Sunset Bronson Studios


WASHINGTON POST
■ 17 March 2015 : Houston's Annise Parker, a gay mayor in a red state, ponders political future
■ 17 April 2014 : Kingdom of girls: Women hold power in this remote Indian village
■ 31 May 2015 : Joe Biden's heartfelt speech on grief 
■ 1 June 2015 : How Europe's climate policies have led to more trees being cut down in the U.S.
■1 June 2015 : Another tortured effort by the GOP to help itself with minorities 
■ 1 June 2015 : Frustration mounts as Rand Paul refuses to accelerate Senate NSA votes
■ 1 June 2015 : Study: Global warming risks changes to ocean life unprecedented in the last 3 million years 
■ 1 June 2015 : 1 in 13 people killed by guns are killed by police


VOX 30 May 2015 : Joe Biden's 2012 advice to grieving families is all the more poignant now


COMMON DREAMS
■ 27 May 2015 : Julian Assange on the TPP, NSA Spying, and his Own Ambiguous Future. Amy Goodman with Democracy Now! speaks with the Wikileaks founder at the Ecuador Embassy in London
■ 28 May 2015 : Corporate Media Accused of Parroting Fear-Mongering over Patriot Act
■ 29 May 2015 : 'A Step in the Right Direction': US Removes Cuba from Terror List
■ 30 June 2015 : Swedish Dads Told to Take Three Months Paternity Leave
■ 31 June 2015 : Greenwald: Obama, Media 'Irresponsible' for Scaring Public Over Patriot Act
■ 1 June 2015 : In Landmark Civil Rights Win, SCOTUS Rules Against Abercrombie. Top court says retail giant unlawfully denied Samantha Elauf a job for wearing a hijab
■ 1 June 2015 : Bullish on Bernie: Populist Presidential Platform Draws Overflow Crowds
■ 1 June 2015 : Don't Worry, the Government Still Has Plenty of Surveillance Power If Section 215 Sunsets
■ 2 June 2015 : Food, Water, Health, Life: UN Experts Warn of Threats Posed by Secret 'Trade' Deals. 'All draft treaty texts should be published so that Parliamentarians and civil society have sufficient time to review them and to weigh the pros and cons in a democratic manner,' say officials


RAW STORY 2 June 2015 : Conservative blogger: Christians who laughed at my fear of demons are 'far worse' than atheists

GUARDIAN
■ 22 May 2015 : France to force big supermarkets to give unsold food to charities
■ 27 May 2015 : Memo to Jeb Bush: denying human-caused global warming is ignorant
■ 31 May 2015 :  The heat and the death toll are rising in India. Is this a glimpse of Earth's future? Global warming could also have a shattering impact on our ability to feed ourselves
■ 1 June 2015 : Hermès Birkin bag sells for record £146,000 at Christie's auction
■ 2 June 2015 : Pirates of the Caribbean actor joins fight against Isis in Syria
■ 2 June 2015  : Tahera Ahmad: 'This isn't about me and a soda can, it's about systemic injustice'
■ 3 June 2015 : Barack Obama says Israel risks losing credibility over Palestinian state stance
■ 3 June 2015 : Congress passes NSA surveillance reform in vindication for Snowden
■ 4 June 2015 : Orange says it plans to terminate contract with brand partner in Israel
■ 4 June 2015 :  Kapoor's vagina isn't shocking. French art has always been a hotbed of amour
■ 8 June 2015 : Belgium defies France as it mints €2.50 coin to mark Battle of Waterloo
■ 10 June 2015 : New Fifty Shades of Grey book stolen ahead of publication 


TIMES OF ISRAEL 3 June 2015 : Iranians aim pens at West, Israel in anti-IS cartoon contest. "We want to show the true heinous nature of Daesh", said Masoud Shojai-Tabatabai, the chairman of the organizing committee, using the Arabic acronym for IS. "IS bears the name of Islam but has no relationship with this religion, aiming to create (a) divide between Muslims, between Sunnis and Shiites", he told AFP on the sidelines of the awards ceremony on Sunday night. Hardliners in Iran, the Syrian regime's most powerful regional ally, accuse the West, Turkey, Israel and some Arab countries of creating IS to sow Muslim discord and divert attention from the dire situation in the Palestinian territories. || AFP 2 June 2015 : At Iran anti-IS cartoon contest, pens also jab the West ||PRESS TV 1 June 2015 : Tehran wraps up international anti-ISIL cartoon & caricature contest || IRAN CARTOONS : Winners of Daesh International Cartoon & Caricature Contest-2015
Cartoon Section Winners:
■ First Prize: Mahbobeh Pakdel / Iran( winner of $1500, Honorable Mention, Trophy)
■ Second Prize: Amir Dehghan / Iran( winner of $ 1000, Honorable Mention, Trophy)
■ Third Prize: Lega Silisilia / Indonesia ( winner of $ 700, Honorable Mention, Trophy)

Special Prize:
■ Armen Hamonangan / Indonesia ( winner of $ 500, Honorable Mention)
■ Majid Amini/ Iran ( winner of $ 500, Honorable Mention)
■ Taravat Niki/ Iran ( winner of $ 500, Honorable Mention)

Caricature Section Winners:
■ First Prize: Shahram Shirzadi/ Iran( winner of $ 1500, Honorable Mention , Trophy)
■ Second Prize: Amir Aref Niazi/ Iran ( winner of $ 1000, Honorable Mention, Trophy)
■ Third Prize: Hadi Asadi/ Iran ( winner of $ 700, Honorable Mention, Trophy)

Special Prize:
■ Alireza Pakdel / Iran( winner of $500, Honorable Mention)
■ Ridha H Ridha / Germany( winner of $ 500, Honorable Mention)
■ Shankar Pamarthy/ India ( winner of $ 500, Honorable Mention)

INDIA TIMES 1 June 2015 : Jharkhand Occult Beheads A Man As An Offering To Rain Gods

NEWSMAX 2 June 2015 : Obama to Axelrod: 'I Am the Closest Thing to a Jew' Ever to Sit in WH

EGALITE ET RECONCILIATION 2 Juin 2015 : Après le godemichet place Vendôme, le vagin de la reine dans les jardins de Versailles || LE JOURNAL DU DIMANCHE 1 Juin 2015 ||BLOOMBERG  22 October 2010 : Pinault Browses Art Fair, $2.8 Million Fontana Sells


PHONE AREA 2 June 2015 : Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 and S6 edge cases designed by Swarovski, Montblanc, Burton, and others


BREITBART 3 June 2015 : Repentant Transsexual Warns Jenner: The 'Hangover' Is Coming ||BLAZE 2 June 2015 : Calling Bruce Jenner a Woman Is an Insult to Women ||EMILYSUZANNE11 WORDPRESS 2 June 2015 : Bruce Jenner Is Not A Hero ||  ► CHRISTIAN POST 11 January 2012 : Transsexual Returns to Original Gender After Relationship With Christ || CNN 3 June 2015 : Why Caitlyn Jenner's transgender experience is far from the norm


TRUTH DIG 3 June 2015 : Adelson Tabloid Slams Obama for Listening to 'Court Jews' in Questioning Israel's Credibility (VIDEO)

ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS 4 June 2015 : Report: Muslim Shot in Boston Planned to Kill Jewish Blogger

PBS 3 June 2015 : What happened to Red Cross donations for Haiti? ||PROPUBLICA : 3 June 2015 : How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars for Haiti ­and Built Six Homes

FORBES
■ 4 June 2015 : Putin's Holy War And The Disintegration Of The "Russian World
■ 4 June 2015 : And You Thought The Russians Hated The U.S. Dollar
■ 4 June 2015 : Warren Buffett Toasts The World's Two Greatest Philanthropists, Bill And Melinda Gates

OBSERVER 4 June 2015 : Schumer Says Controversial Egyptian President el-Sisi Is 'Very Good'

PRESS TV 4 June 2015 : French company boycott infuriates Israel PM 

BLOOMBERG VIEW 4 June 2015 : Poroshenko Makes Putin Look Like a Wimp

ECONOMIST 4 October 2014 : Longevity and the sense of smell. The scent of death : Low olfactory acuity portends a curtailed lifespan

GOOD HOUSE KEEPING
■ 29 May 2015  : 10 Fascinating Things You Didn't Know About Roses
■ 4 June 2015 : I'm Over $50,000 in Debt — And It's Terrifying. The deeper in you get, the more hopeless you become.
■ 5 June 2015 :  My Husband Caught Me Masturbating, And It Led to Our Divorce. Sure, it was awkward being walked in on. But how my husband responded was what shocked me the most.
■ 5 June 2015 : 13 Underwear Problems Every Woman Understands. When the tag says "hand-wash only" and you're like, "Hahahahaha, yeah, right."

INDEPENDENT 5 June 2015: US government hack: China denies responsibility for cyber attack that stole personal details of four million employees

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST 20 May 2015 : Japan tries again to sway international panel on need to kill whales for research. Japanese whaling research “is not considered genuine science”, according to Greenpeace.

SLATE 5 June 2015 : A Hiatus on "Hiatus" - How global warming cranks influence legitimate science. ||RAW STORY 5 June 2015 : Climate change is already killing people around the world — and it's only going to get worse ||ECO - PDF  ||STATISTA : Number of deaths due to significant heat or cold waves worldwide between 1900 and 2014*  ||INDIAN EXPRESS 9 April 2015 : It's early, but El Nino casts shadow over monsoon. El Nino, describes a condition in which ocean in equatorial Pacific regions becomes unusually warm, is known to have an impact on the Indian monsoon. || GULF TIMES 7 March 2015 : Qatar highlights national strategy to address global warming || PHYS 28 May 2015 : Indians crowd rivers, shady trees as heat toll passes 1,400



MARKET WATCH 5 June 2015 : Check out Google Street View's new underwater images

ELITEDAILY
■ 4 June 2015 : There are some people you can't let go of and never will. The Absolute Tragedy Of Meeting The Love Of Your Life At The Wrong Time
■ 4 June 2015 : The Controversial Reasons Why Intelligent Women Aren't Having Children
■ 8 June 2015 : The Famous Hand-Holding Couple Got Married And The Photos Are Stunning


FEDERALIST
■ 2 June 2015 : Bruce Jenner Is Not Brave
■ 3 June 2015 : How The Hypersexual Trans Movement Hurts Feminism
■ 3 June 2015 : Bruce Jenner's Transformation Is A Lose-Lose For Liberal Ideology
■ 4 June 2015 : Why Bruce Jenner Can Never Be A Woman
■ 4 June 2015 : What the New York Times Didn't Learn from Paul Ehrlich's Population Bomb Fizzle
■ 5 June 2015 : California's Unsustainable Comeback
■ 5 June 2015 : 3 Reasons It's Not Libertarians Making Americans Unhappy


INQUISITR 5 June 2015 : Tim Gunn Slams Kim Kardashian's Selfie Book: 'Banish This'

PALESTINE NEWS NETWORK 6 June 2015 : Israeli offical: we have run out of ways to combat BDS || ALTERNATIVE NEWS 7 June 2015 : Israel ups budget to fight BDS

ENGADGET 7 June 2015 : Drones hunt illegal logging in Amazon rain forests ||UBERGIZMO 7 June 2015 : Drones Used To Document Illegal Logging In The Amazon




COMEDY : 14 - Quenel+ - Opération Lumumba. Published on May 21, 2015 by Dieudonné Officiel

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NEWS & POLITICS : Global Capitalism: May 2015 Monthly Update. "As Capitalism's Crisis Deepens, Thoughts of Socialism Return Again" . Published on May 13, 2015 by RichardDWolff

ENTERTAINMENT : The transgender Olympic champion, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, reveals her true self in a photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz and interview with Buzz Bissinger.
Credits:
Photographed by Annie Leibovitz
Styled by Jessica Diehl
Hair by Oribe
Makeup by Mark Carrasquillo
Manicure by Deborah Lippmann
Set Design by Mary Howard Studio
Produced by Kathryn MacLeod with Rachel D. Williams

Interview by Buzz Bissinger
Filmed by Barbara Leibovitz Hellman
Audio & Edit by Jeremy Elkin

Shot on location at Jenner's home in Malibu, California.

Starring: Caitlyn Jenner and Annie Leibovitz
Editor: Jeremy Elkin

Published on Jun 1, 2015 by Vanity Fair


TRAVEL & EVENTS : Water from Lost Lake drains down one of the many lava tubes scattered throughout the Central Oregon Cascades. The watpotuser is most likely seeping into the subsurface below and refilling the massive aquifer that feeds springs on both sides of the Cascades.Published on Apr 23, 2015 by Bend Bulletin


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY : Introducing Spot. Spot is a four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. Spot has a sensor head that helps it navigate and negotiate rough terrain. Spot weighs about 160 lbs. Published on Feb 9, 2015 by Boston Dynamics


EDUCATION : How sugar affects the brain - Nicole Avena. When you eat something loaded with sugar, your taste buds, your gut and your brain all take notice. This activation of your reward system is not unlike how bodies process addictive substances such as alcohol or nicotine -- an overload of sugar spikes dopamine levels and leaves you craving more. Nicole Avena explains why sweets and treats should be enjoyed in moderation. Lesson by Nicole Avena, animation by STK Films. Published on Jan 7, 2014 by TED-Ed


ENTERTAINMENT : Lyon, capitale mondiale de la rose en 2015. Du 27 mai au 1er juin, la ville de Lyon accueille pour la première fois en France le 17e congrès mondial des sociétés de roses qui se tient tous les trois ans. Près de 600 professionnels en provenance de 34 pays sont attendus. L'occasion pour la ville de Lyon de se pencher sur son prestigieux passé botanique. La capitale des Gaules a en effet vu naître et prospérer les plus grandes familles de rosiéristes : Guillot, Pernet-Ducher, Meilland, Schwartz, Dubreuil. Intervenants : Georges Képénékian, 1er adjoint au maire de Lyon en charge de la culture / Pascal Laforge, créateur de jardins chez Truffaut & Daniel Boulens, directeur des espaces verts à la ville de Lyon). Reportage de Julien Sauvadon, Sylvie Adam, F.Rudol - 6/5/15. Published on May 7, 2015 by
 France 3 Rhône-Alpes ||TRAVEL & EVENTS : Festival Mondial des Roses - La Rose au Centre. Festival Mondial des Roses. Inauguration de "La Rose au Centre" : déambulation au centre ville. Published on May 30, 2015 by Ville de Lyon 

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Rose ... mmm ... I can't exactly explain its beauty for me. When it is alone: beautiful. When it is together with its friends: wow ... it looks like, I want to take their beauty, all in one: gorgeous.

Personification of beautiful roses are women. It's an absolute thing, remember? (Do not ever dream that you will be as beautiful as she is, Bruce Jenner! Haa ...)

And this woman, for me, has a charm of roses. She is beautiful. I look at her with admiration, not with envy to fellow women, or an admiration as I admire my partner. Not at all! But I like her like I love my sister.



Similarity between me and my sister : we both love painting, gardening, planting flowers and fruit trees, because fruit and vegetables are my main meal.

She played her piano. I also play the piano every day like I always eat every day.

Here, I always know the difference between a Russia rose and Rhododendrons.

You know, a beautiful woman for me is not just the physical beauty. I will say "you're beautiful" if I can feel something inexplicable from within you. Because I love poetry, every time I look at you, you will look like a line of beautiful words, still hidden in my mind. Those row of beautiful words can never be inscribed on a piece of paper while I am still staring at you. So I'll stop staring at you and prepare everything, maybe a drawing pencil and paper. Then I can say your beauty into words and scratches.

Whoa, ... I'm back again! Indeed, I like her face, Yulia Shapovalova's face, but if my partner also likes her face and maybe he likes her as he likes me, because so many similarities between her and me, ... mmm .. I'm guessing my next reaction, .. Shananana ...., do not worry, I'll keep humming a beautiful music, but it looks like you have to choose one of us, dahling : She or I.

If you choose her, of course I'm going to hurt, but I will continue my life in a wound because the beauty of a rose. I will make the "cruelty" of a rose as part of mystery of its beauty.

... Oh really? So, actually, what are you writing, Cisca? A poem or a threat? You threaten because you're feeling threatened, is that what you mean? Ehehhe...




PEOPLE & BLOG : LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Sneaks Out the Back Door to Avoid Black Lives Matter Demonstrators. Mon., June 8, 2015 - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tries to avoid Black Lives Matter Los Angeles activists and Occupy LA Mayor by sneaking out of the back of his Hancock Park residence but is caught by the demonstrators. One of the demostrators is accosted by a member of the mayor's security detail. Credit: Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. Published on Jun 8, 2015 by Jasmyne Cannick || LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Explains to Black Lives Matter Activists Why He's Leaving LA for DC. June 8, 2015 - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tries to explain to Black Lives Matter activists why he is leaving Los Angeles on the eve of the LA Police Commission meeting that will decide the fate of the two officers involved in the killing of Ezell Ford. Credit: Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. Published on Jun 8, 2015 by Jasmyne Cannick

PETS & ANIMALS : Probing Platypus Evolution. National Geographic researchers are trying to collect DNA samples from these odd duck-billed mammals to determine whether there are separate subspecies. Uploaded on May 27, 2009 by National Geographic

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EDUCATION : Prophets from the Bible [FULL DOCUMENTARY]. What are prophets is discussed in this episode. Isaiah, Jeremiah and others are talked about in this episode. (Biblical Mysteries EP16)

In religion, a prophet is an individual who is claimed to have been contacted by the supernatural or the divine, and to speak for them, serving as an intermediary with humanity, delivering this newfound knowledge from the supernatural entity to other people. The message that the prophet conveys is called a prophecy.

Claims of prophets have existed in many cultures through history, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, in Ancient Greece, Zoroaster, and many others.

Jeremiah (/dʒɛrɨˈmaɪ.ə/; Hebrew: יִרְמְיָה, Modern Hebrew: Yirməyāhū, IPA: jirməˈjaːhu, Tiberian: Yirmĭyahu, Greek: Ἰερεμίας, Arabic: إرميا Irmiya‎) meaning "Yah Exalts", also called the "Weeping prophet" was one of the major prophets of the Hebrew Bible. Jeremiah is traditionally credited with authoring the Book of Jeremiah, 1 Kings, 2 Kings and the Book of Lamentations, with the assistance and under the editorship of Baruch ben Neriah, his scribe and disciple. Judaism considers the Book of Jeremiah part of its canon, and regards Jeremiah as the second of the major prophets. Islam considers Jeremiah a prophet, and is listed as a prophet in all the collections of Stories of the Prophets.[citation needed] Christianity also regards Jeremiah as a prophet and he is quoted in the New Testament.

About a year after King Josiah of Judah had turned the nation toward repentance from the widespread idolatrous practices of his father and grandfather, Jeremiah's sole purpose was to reveal the sins of the people and explain the reason for the impending disaster (destruction by the Babylonian army and captivity), "And when your people say, 'Why has the Lord our God done all these things to us?' you shall say to them, 'As you have forsaken me and served foreign gods in your land, so you shall serve foreigners in a land that is not yours.'" God's personal message to Jeremiah, "Attack you they will, overcome you they can't, was fulfilled many times in the Biblical narrative, Jeremiah was attacked by his own brothers, beaten and put into the stocks by a priest and false prophet, imprisoned by the king, threatened with death, thrown into a cistern by Judah's officials, and opposed by a false prophet. When Nebuchadnezzar seized Jerusalem in 586 BC, he ordered that Jeremiah be freed from prison and treated well.

Isaiah (/aɪˈzeɪ.ə/ or UK /aɪˈzaɪ.ə/;[2] Hebrew: יְשַׁעְיָהוּ, Modern Yeshayahu Tiberian Yəšạʻyā́hû ; Greek: Ἠσαΐας, Ēsaïās ; Arabic: إشعيا Ishiya; "Yahu is salvation") was a prophet who lived in the 8th-century BC Kingdom of Judah. Jews and Christians consider the Book of Isaiah a part of their Biblical canon; he is the first listed (although not the earliest) of the neviim akharonim, the latter prophets.

Jeremiah (/dʒɛrɨˈmaɪ.ə/; Hebrew: יִרְמְיָה, Modern Hebrew: Yirməyāhū, IPA: jirməˈjaːhu, Tiberian: Yirmĭyahu, Greek: Ἰερεμίας, Arabic: إرميا Irmiya‎) meaning "Yah Exalts", also called the "Weeping prophet" was one of the major prophets of the Hebrew Bible. Jeremiah is traditionally credited with authoring the Book of Jeremiah, 1 Kings, 2 Kings and the Book of Lamentations, with the assistance and under the editorship of Baruch ben Neriah, his scribe and disciple. Judaism considers the Book of Jeremiah part of its canon, and regards Jeremiah as the second of the major prophets. Islam considers Jeremiah a prophet, and is listed as a prophet in all the collections of Stories of the Prophets.[citation needed] Christianity also regards Jeremiah as a prophet and he is quoted in the New Testament. It has been interpreted that Jeremiah "spiritualized and individualized religion and insisted upon the primacy of the individual's relationship with God."

About a year after King Josiah of Judah had turned the nation toward repentance from the widespread idolatrous practices of his father and grandfather, Jeremiah's sole purpose was to reveal the sins of the people and explain the reason for the impending disaster (destruction by the Babylonian army and captivity), "And when your people say, 'Why has the Lord our God done all these things to us?' you shall say to them, 'As you have forsaken me and served foreign gods in your land, so you shall serve foreigners in a land that is not yours.'" God's personal message to Jeremiah, "Attack you they will, overcome you they can't," was fulfilled many times in the Biblical narrative, Jeremiah was attacked by his own brothers, beaten and put into the stocks by a priest and false prophet, imprisoned by the king, threatened with death, thrown into a cistern by Judah's officials, and opposed by a false prophet. When Nebuchadnezzar seized Jerusalem in 586 BC, he ordered that Jeremiah be freed from prison and treated well. Published on Dec 12, 2013 by NaturalPlanet


EDUCATION : Judaism: Inside the Torah - National Geographic. Judaism: Inside the Torah: Kings of Israel - The Story of King David and the Jewish (Israelite) people. A Biblical and Historical Story on how King David conquered Jerusalem and made the Kingdom of Israel for the Jewish people. Uploaded on Nov 2, 2011 by ProudSephardic






Netanyahu says he is committed to Palestinian state
Schools reopen in quake-devastated Nepal
Afghanistan harnesses anti-Taliban militias
► Paris breaks hearts with removal of 'love locks'
Schwarzenegger back to bodybuilding roots in Brazil
Israeli rabbi peddles pleasure with 'kosher' sex shop
Cooking up a storm for India's school lunch scheme
French police clear migrant camps in Paris and Calais
Boko Haram dismisses Nigeria military claims of success in video
Blatter resigns as FIFA president
Moscow restaurants embrace culinary roots in face of sanctions

Restaurant in Lima listed as fourth best in the world. The Peruvian restaurant "Central" , owned by local chef Virgilio Martinez, has been recognized as the 4th best in the world according to the World's 50 Best Restaurants list.

US investigating cyber attack on government staff
Two killed in blasts at Turkey party rally ahead of polls
Tourists' nude act insults Malaysia's Mount Kinabalu: official
In Sarajevo, Pope Francis slams global 'atmosphere of war' 
Obama arrives in Germany ahead of G7 summit
Heartache for Japan's real-life 40-year-old virgins
World's first 'feeling' leg prosthesis offers hope to amputees
Expensive espresso: Thailand's elephant dung coffee
California drought takes toll on Yosemite National Park
Giant tortoise walks Tokyo's streets - slowly 
Prostitutes hold anti-criminalisation protest in Paris
Doctor predicts MERS cases will fall in South Korea
Tens of thousands participate in Israel's annual gay pride
British couple become world's oldest newlyweds. A 103-year-old man and a 91-year-old woman held their wedding in Britain on Saturday, becoming the oldest couple to get married in the world.
It's official: Jeb Bush running for president
France's Le Pen wins backing to form anti-EU Parliament group




Anti-Muslim Protest Draws Counter Demonstration

Surveillance Powers Set to Lapse With No Senate Deal

Pool and Spa Industry Grapple With Drought

Actor Matt Dillon Visits Rohingya Displaced

Raw: Deadly Aerobatic Planes Collision in Italy

Bruce Jenner Debuts Caitlyn in Vanity Fair ||Kim Kardashian on Caitlyn Jenner ||Jenner photo 'monumental' for trans community

FBI Behind Mysterious Surveillance Aircraft

Chinese Cruise Ship Sinks With Hundreds on Board

Tesla Co-Founder Wants to Electrify Aging Trucks

L.A. Closes In On Approving $15 Minimum Wage. The Los Angeles City Council has voted 13-1 to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020. But a second vote is required for final approval because the tally was not unanimous.

Public Piano Brings Out Street Mozarts. A piano in the park is providing therapy for some people in Camden, New Jersey, one of the nation's most impoverished cities. The instrument is part of a pop-up park at Roosevelt Plaza in front of City Hall.

New Orleans Aquarium Welcomes Penguin Chick

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'Drought Shaming' Californians Who Waste Water

Raw: Flooding Causes Zoo Animals To Escape. Residents of Tbilisi are being warned to stay inside after heavy flooding in the Georgian capital destroyed enclosures at city's zoo, allowing animals to escape. Three zoo workers are dead after the flooding in the former Soviet republic.

Donald Trump Announces 2016 Presidential Bid




NEWS
Israel Day Parade faces Jewish anti-Israel protesters
Surveillance powers lapse with no deal in Senate
43 years after car crash, Beau Biden's death leaves Joe Biden grieving again
Qatar extends travel ban on ex-Gitmo inmates; talks continue
Apocalypse Soon: California's Snowpack Is Gone
The Woman Who Broke Oxford’s 800-Year-Old Glass Ceiling
Celebrities make splash with California drought awareness
■ 'Call me Caitlyn': Vanity Fair editor and stylist talk to Katie Couric

Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner react to Caitlyn Jenner
Oh, of course. Celebrity world is full of falsehood. They will proudly say shit is good, if shit indeed is a booster for them to be always well-known. They will die without the popularity and things sensational in their lives. If they become ordinary people they will be very lonely, even though they have a lot of money. And this feeling will lead them to the gate of their death, through the corridors of stress and depression. For this reason, I think they should also have a spiritual guide, not just makeup tools. Expensive lipstick can't erase the sadness on their lips. Expensive sunglasses can't hide their tears.

These Are the Hardest States in America to Be LGBT
Obama: Netanyahu's Palestine stance erodes Israel's credibility
Why U.S. billionaires may not be able to buy the 2016 election
Transgender Woman Pushed Onto NY Subway Tracks in Possible Hate Crime, Police Say
Why George W. Bush is more popular than President Obama
Californians Get Serious About Saving Water but Aren't Sharing the Pain Equally
Why did a Hollywood actor decide to fight ISIS in Syria? 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor Michael Enright has traveled from Los Angeles to Syria to take up arms against ISIS.
The Reason Behind Big Oil's Change of Heart on Global Warming
How Islamic State teaches hate: insights from an ex-Al Qaeda jihadist. Aiden Dean, a former Al Qaeda member who spied for Britain, says the Islamic State plays on recruits' sense of religious guilt and victimhood to enhance their hatred and anger. 
Russia wants answers about Syria chlorine attacks
House GOP votes to block administration on immigration
Israelis and Saudis Reveal Secret Talks to Thwart Iran
Don't throw dryer sheets away — here are 45 different ways to use them
Netanyahu slams 'miserable' Orange move to cut Israel ties
Israel sees red over Orange plans to axe ties
■ Muslims: Wilders' plan to broadcast cartoons is provocation
Wilders, you are indeed a bitch! Devil! Why do you interfere with believers of other religions? What is your religion, hm? Agnosticism? Christian? Is there a clause in your "religious teachings" -- whatever it is -- approve your doing to interfere with other faiths people? If you choose to be an atheist, at least be a humanist atheist. Do not be tacky! Make peace as your religion, okay? Follow us! Love is our religion.
Rick Perry thinks America needs a president who's served in the military. Will voters agree?
ISIS is using chlorine as a weapon, Australia's Foreign Minister says
US woman sets out on 6,000-mile Pacific crossing by rowboat
■ Turkey ruling party loses majority in blow for Erdogan
McKinney, Texas, police officer who pulled gun on unarmed teenagers at pool party placed on leave. Video of incident stirs outrage, prompts charges of racial bias
Pipeline firm told California oil spill 'extremely unlikely'
Obama : US lacks 'complete strategy' for training Iraqis
Administration nearing decision on improving Iraqi training
U.S. plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe: source
Her own woman: A different Clinton takes on a different era

TECHNOLOGY : 'Moron' terrorist takes a selfie in front of ISIS headquarters, Air Force bombs it 22 hours later 

TV : Kris Jenner to Caitlyn: 'Why Would You Want to Be Married and Have Kids?'
Just forget about the crazy man in your life, Kris. Individually, you've done the right thing with your divorce, but well, at least you will only consider him only as the father of Kendal and Kylie. I do not know how he will introduce his new self to his children. As their aunt? Older sister? Your new little sister? Or a witless old parrot? Poor Kendall and Kylie. They try to appreciate the tears of bitterness with sweet smiles and fancy dresses. For a cry of conscience, "Daddy, tell us all this is not true. We will forgive all your mistakes in the past, ... but at least, now, say ... please ... all of this is not true!"

And you Bruce, in your pain, hurt them with pride, saying, "I'm sorry, all this is true!"

Oh yes! I say yes, it is true. Bruce, yes, it is true that ye are indeed truly mentally ill. You do not know how to thank the Creator upon a perfection for you. Deliberately, you've ruined the best thing given to you to be the worst of your life. You will not be happy until your time comes! Wonderful world is crying for you.

HEALTH : Bruce Jenner's New Face: The Physical — and Emotional — Effects of Facial Feminizing Surgery

STYLE : 11 High Fashion Looks Caitlyn Jenner Should Wear to the ESPYs

SPORTS : US athletes, stars wear orange to stop gun violence




NEWS
Turkey election: Kurds, women, gays put faith in upstart party
John Kerry breaks leg in bicycle crash in France
The Ugandan women who strip to defend their land
What is the World Heritage In Danger List? 
How do US black students perform at school? 
'Unhealthily underweight model' Yves Saint Laurent advert banned
Tobacco firms to pay billions in damages in Canada
French tests on 359-year-old body
Israel PM Netanyahu attacks Orange boss for pulling deal
Prince George and Princess Charlotte pictures released
Gay Chinese couples marry in Los Angeles


FUTURE
Will dictators disappear? The decline of authoritarian power
Do Brits really have bad teeth? The truth about an infamous stereotype
Are you a super-recogniser?


EARTH
The strongest whale in the world - Scientists discover the most powerful whale, and it turns out that size matters
How will the universe end? The four possible fates of the cosmos
These mites live on your face - Every human being is host to Demodex mites
How female hyenas say 'hello' - It's a complex ceremony involving genitals


SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENT
Solar Impulse: Weather threatens Pacific crossing attempt
Climate change: The bumpy road to the Paris talks
Researchers find sweet source for aviation biofuel


MAGAZINE
Forest swallows the Beatles' Indian retreat
■ China: Musical glass skywalk opens to public
Pilgrimage to the mountains - Photographer Timothy Allen climbs high into the Peruvian Andes for Qoyllur Rit'i - the Snow Star Festival. 
Listening to the language of apes
Drips, leaks and blocked drains in chic Paris
The darker side of Buddhism 
Saudi con artists use photos of sick American girl to solicit donations
Viewpoint: How life in a caravan set us free
Viewpoint: The Russian challenge for the West
Turkey's election: What do we need to know?
Is the Pope a communist?
The fake pictures of the Rohingya crisis
How a 'broken home' can be a happy home
Chinese armpit hair competition triggers online debate
Germany student aged 102 to be awarded PhD denied by Nazis


NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE
■ Russia: Chechen leader stars in action film
■ Iran: Controversy over 'extravagant' Khomeini shrine
■ Bulgaria: Mayor sprinkles sugar to stop road accidents


HEALTH
Cancer drug combination 'shrinks 60% of melanomas'
Sleep training 'may reduce racism and sexism'
Have we cured cancer?
US man has first skull and scalp transplant
Artificial leg allows patient to feel
Nuts 'protect against early death' 


TRAVEL
'Gorgeous and instantly addictive' - This tiny windowless plane is an adrenaline junkie's dream
Change how you view the world - These explorers will inspire you to experience the world in a completely new way


NEWS BEAT
Smoking bans: How they vary around the world
New look Teletubbies are revealed and they have 'touch screen tummies'
Caitlyn Jenner breaks Twitter record, gaining more than 1m followers


TECHNOLOGY
Attacking cybercrime through infrastructure, not individuals
Facebook to open AI lab in Paris
Lego takes on Minecraft with video game
Windows 10 to be released by Microsoft in July
Facebook criticised by NSPCC over baby ducking video clip


BUSINESS
US economy adds 280,000 jobs in May
Jobs report depresses US shares
China shares breach 5,000 level first time since 2008
Is gas a weapon in the fight against climate change?


10 things we didn't know last week




Muslim woman flying United Airlines refused can of coke, staff said she'd weaponize it
Saakashvili 'insulted his country' by renouncing Georgian citizenship - president
Goodbye Section 215 : Patriot Act key surveillance provisions expire 
Netanyahu demands Palestinians stop anti-Israel 'campaign', return to negotiations 'without preconditions'
Nazi war criminals received over $20mn in US social security benefits - report 
Church of England in crisis as UK sees more atheists and Muslims, study says
Helping hand: RT launches website with channel's charity projects
Moscow puts EU politicians on 'blacklist' in response to Western sanctions
IN VISION : Ottoman conquest of Istanbul: Turkey marks 562nd anniversary
BUK missile manufacturer on MH17 shooting over Ukraine - LIVE UPDATES
US-led coalition against ISIS in Iraq, Syria 'mistake' - FM Lavrov
NATO in E. Europe: 6,000 in Lithuania war games, Polish HQ doubles troops 
Passenger ship with over 450 people sinks in Chinese river
US releases video of Russian jet's encounter with US warship in Black Sea
Iran attacks ISIS & its 'arrogant supporters' with caricature competition (IMAGES)
Medvedev promises symmetrical response if new anti-Russian sanctions are introduced
Wikileaks releases 'largest' trove of docs exposing secret TiSA trade deal
Multiple airstrikes in Gaza after two rockets launched into Israel
Freedom Act will make snooping worseRon Paul 
FBI says privacy must take backseat to national security in online fight against ISIS
► 'Plumes of smoke everywhere': RT crew witnesses Donetsk shelling aftermath (DRONE VIDEO)
Foreign Ministry blasts EU's anti-Russian 'witch hunt'
Blazing Texas: Man sets car, himself on fire, blast throws policemen clear (VIDEO)
US and Russia-trained Tajik special police head defects to ISIS, swears jihad
49 NATO vessels, 5,600 troops gear up for major US-led drills in Baltics
'Russia would attack NATO only in mad person's dream' Putin
Teen commits suicide following father's public shaming video
Denver cops' shooting of 17yo girl in car ruled 'justified' 
Rumsfeld admits Bush was wrong pushing democracy on Iraq
► Leaders at G7 in Bavaria in call to uphold Russia sanctions 
Interactive documentary's data visualization brings staggering WWII losses to life
NASA finally launches flying saucer-like prototype to edge of space 
G7 threatens Russia with further sanctions over Ukraine conflict 'if required'    
US Army website hacked as Obama demands cyber law
► Inspectors audit shows TSA failed to vet 73 workers 'linked to terrorism' – report
Muslims ask Moscow authorities for separate beaches for men and women
China forbids its construction workers from building Israeli settlements – report
'Obama zombies': Americans sign prankster's petition to nuke Russia (VIDEO)
Texas woman sues police after being 'kicked, punched' by 4 cops after tampon request (VIDEO)
More airstrikes & advisers: US claims to have a 'clear strategy' against ISIS
US accuses Russia of missile violations to cover Europe deployment plans – Moscow
UN peacekeepers sexually abused hundreds of Haitian women & girls – report 
'Out of control' McKinney police officer who drew gun on teens at pool party quits
NATO starts 'very high readiness' force drills in Poland
'Boycott Israeli film festival!' Filmmakers issue call to London cinemas
London Jews, anti-fascists to counter anti-Semitic neo-Nazi march 
'I've received death threats': Muslim air traveler targeted after 'soda weaponization' incident
CIA releases 9/11-related internal documents
Meet Afalina: Russian manufacturer reveals the world's cheapest helicopter (VIDEO)
US lawmakers ban aid to Ukraine neo-Nazis  
Protesters slam Bilderberg big boss elitist summit for lack of transparency 
Hackers compromised US security-clearance database – report 
► 'Large & complex' S.Korea MERS outbreak kills 14th patient, more cases expected 
'Are you crazy?' People in Moscow widely oppose fake petition to nuke America (VIDEO)
Dallas cops block highway, chase gunman after shooting at police HQ
Prostitution ban won't hit England, 'too many politicians' visit sex workers
Thousands march in Belfast for same sex marriage
Putin's administration chief warns Russia may prolong counter-sanctions
'He's smiling big': First penis transplant recipient impregnates girlfriend
Brits associate Muslims more with terrorism than religion, poll indicates


OP-ED
Russia has better things to do than start WW3
'G7 countries completely destabilized Middle East region'
Darlings of the West beating gays in Kiev
Gee - What a load of hypocrisy and humbug at the G7!


BUSINESS
■ Ukraine plans to seize Russian foreign property to compensate for 'lost' Crimea
Greek failure would mean eurozone endTsipras
Ukraine's virtual reverse gas flow illegal without Russian approval Gazprom 
Ukraine to get new IMF loans despite inability to repay private lenders 
China begins freight train service to Moscow


VIDEOS
Pakistani pigeon arrested for espionage in India
Russia issues travel ban for 89 EU politicians & military leaders
Work, stress, dysfunction of modern life driving people crazy - Intl Social Security chief
Smoke, explosions: Saudi airstike hits arms depot in Yemen 
ISIS boasts US-made Humvee war spoils, Iraq loses 2,300 vehicles in Mosul alone
New evidence Saudi-led coalition is using banned cluster bombs in Yemen - HRW
■ 'Need to re-open Gaza borders': German FM Steinmeier visits strip 
■ RAW: Russian SU-24 aircraft flies past USS Ross in Black Sea
■ Chinese passenger ship with over 450 people sinks in Yangtze river
Caught on cam: 2 planes collide mid-air near Italian beach
Israel building underground necropolis & cemetery high-rises as graveyards full
■ 'I skipped my bomb making class': US Muslims troll back Islamophobic trolls. Peace House activist group proves that laughter is the best medicine against Islamohpobia as it lets Muslims react to hate comments posted online after a Florida mosque went up in flames last month.
■ BREAKING: Blatter quits as FIFA chief, calls special congress to elect successor 
Senate passes USA Freedom Act, limiting NSA surveillance powers
■ MH17 crash: Russian investigators reveal identity of 'key witness'
■ Schoolkids act out murder of Palestinian by IDF soldier
The secret FBI air force that spies on Americans (w/ Marina Portnaya)
Chicken Friendly: UK pub 'Ye Olde Fighting Cocks' name challenged by PETA
'Gay bull' saved from butcher's knife, castrated over fears he is bisexual
■ 'A simple question': RT correspondent grills Harf over Ukraine violations to Minsk agreement 
Putin spox: Kiev ramping tensions in E. Ukraine on purpose
91 yr-old achieves bucket list karma - smashes garage door  
■ (GRAPHIC Dash-cam) US cops blown over by garage forecourt suicide attempt. A man rushed inside his car and set it and himself alight at a gas station in the city of Austin, Texas. But the alleged suicide attempt was unsuccessful – he was saved by two police officers, though he received injuries.
US-trained snr Tajik special forces commander defects to ISIS, swears jihad
Counter China? US troop will remain in Okinawa despite protests
■ Bibi Pressure: Netanyahu slams UK students joining boycott of Israel
■ 'The NSA has been breaking the constitution for years' - Daniel Ellsberg 
RAW: Chinese rescuers overturn ship that capsized with 456 on board  
Ukraine slides back into warfare - ceasefire unravels ouside Donetsk - Both soldiers & rebels tense as ceasefire in Ukraine unravels  
'ISIS recruit' 19yo Russian female student detained in Turkey
The sky at night, if galaxies and black holes lived next door
■ 'World strongest girl' (Maryana Naumova) on 'terrorist list' after tour to E. Ukraine
■ Two years after Snowden: 'Benefits brought to public were worth it'
■ E. Ukraine sees surge in violence amid fragile truce agreed in Minsk
Saudi-led strikes pound Yemen, dozens of women & children killed
Putin: Russia would attack NATO only in mad person's dream
DARPA 2015 Finals: Rescue bots compete in disaster simulation challenge. Twenty-four robotics teams hailing from all over the world competed in the DARPA Robotics Challenge with hopes of sweeping from the $3.5 million prize fund in California. 
Ukraine radicals clash with police, LGBT activists at gay pride rally in Kiev
Israeli forces attack elderly Palestinian family amid demolition in East Jerusalem
■ Hundreds of anti-G7 protesters set up camp in summit area 
Oil Rigging: Some members ignore OPEC 'united' move to leave output unchanged
Moment of shell explosion in Donetsk caught on camera/aftermath drone footage
■ Maasai : From Sand to Snow (RT Documentary)
'G7, be more than hot air!' Balloons with summit leaders displayed in protest
G7 in Bavaria: Ukraine & Russia, beer drinking, protests, security lockdown
Jail for destroying king's pic: Mother of 2 latest victim of Bahrain regime 
Interview with ISIS: RT talks to detained fighters in Iraq (EXCLUSIVE) 
Going Underground: G7 Truth, News of the Screws & Cameron versus ISIS
Masked men break up anti-govt tent camp on Maidan in Kiev 
Clashes in Paris as riot police evict migrants from make-shift camp
Mysterious crop circles appear in southern Russia 
Americans don't understand the war on ISIS, but are eager to fight anyway
Israel tests radioactive 'dirty bombs' in fear of enemy attacks - report
Muslim woman sues airline for discrimination after being refused can of coke 
'Controversial & contested': TTIP free trade agreement faces criticism across Europe
RAW: Obama ignores Iraqi PM at G7 summit?
Russian Cola in Italy: Putin, Renzi take a sip of traditional kvass
No water, electricity, medicine: Yemen humanitarian crisis deepens
Treatment Threat: Hackers can remotely kill hospital patients with drug pumps
Welcome Home: Astronauts from Intl Space Station land back on Earth
War on terror created more extremism, terrorism than we ever had - Karzai
Nuke Russia? Prankster/journalist grabs support for fake
Insane Heights: Russian daredevil skis down active volcano
Campaigners fight for life of man in vegetative state in France
Meet Afalina: Russia reveals ultra-light low cost helicopter
RAW: Yemen's capital Sanaa in ruins as Saudi-led airstrikes continue
Hippo roaming streets in flooded Tbilisi, Georgia ||Tbilisi Flood: Hippo roaming streets in Georgia after zoo 'escape' 
Mocking ISIS: 'Freedom is greatest weapon against terrorism'
IT Capital : Innopolis opens doors, ready for specialists in Russia
3D-printed humanoid recites poetry
Italy threatens EU with 'plan B that would hurt' if no solidarity in migrant crisis  
Wild animals still on the run in Georgia, clean-up op underway after floods 
RAW: Inferno engulfs historic Saint Donatien basilica in Nantes




Inside Story - Russia : inflaming frayed EU relations?
Inside Story : Raising sectarian tensions in Iraq?
Inside Story - Has the strategy against ISIL failed?
The Stream - Robots: the next job threat?
Al Jazeera World - Women of Krusha
Putting motherhood on hold
The Stream - Making #FoodWaste illegal

Al Jazeera Investigates - Al Qaeda Informant, Investigative Report by Clayton Swisher. A former Al Qaeda operative and informant steps out of the shadows. He reveals a sinister double game played by Al Qaeda and the former Yemen government of Ali Abdullah Saleh. 

People and Power - part two. As automation gets cheaper than the cost of labour, developing economies are being hit the hardest. 
Inside Story - Oil price wars: competition or control? 
101 East - China's Super Mums 
The Stream - Should militaries count on conscription? 

Viewfinder - Invisible mothers. For the mothers who are incarcerated in Argentina's Los Hornos Prison being separated from their children is often the most difficult part of their life behind bars.It is one reason why this facility has established a policy to allow these mothers to have their children stay with them, at least until the age of four. To help them cope with this emotional environment, theatre director Miguel has established a series of workshops so that each of the inmates has an opportunity to express their feelings in a play, reflective of their life behind bars. 


Testing Turkey's presidential powers
Talk to Al Jazeera in the field - African migrants: What really drives them to Europe?  
Erdogan, elections and the future of Turkish journalism - The Listening Post (Full)  
Outsourcing refugees?
Inside Story : Has Egypt's Sisi delivered on any of his promises?

TechKnow - The House of the Future. Car giant Honda drives sustainability research with its innovative zero-net energy homes. Honda's smart house is an innovative eco-friendly, energy efficient lab, that is able to generate its own power as a solution to living off the grid.Created in partnership with the University of California at Davis, Honda's zero-net energy home is heated and cooled by the earth and generates enough power from solar energy to also run a car and feed energy back into the grid. But why is Honda in the business of building homes?

Talk to Al Jazeera - Valerie Amos: 'I feel a sense of shame'. It is a time of almost unprecedented suffering. The UN is dealing with more people displaced, forced to flee from their homes, than at any time since the Second World War - in total more than 50 million people.The single worst tragedy is the Syrian crisis with a death toll of over 200,000.According to the UN more than 12 million Syrians are in need of humanitarian assistance after being forced to flee their homes due to the country's ongoing civil war. Almost four million refugees have fled mainly to neighbouring countries.Valerie Amos served as the UN's undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator for almost five years.She has been battling to get more aid into the country, but the UN has faced many challenges in delivering aid to the refugees.As she is ending her time as the UN's humanitarian chief, Amos sat down with Talk to Al Jazeera to discuss her frustration about the UN Security Council's division on Syria, conflicts and humanitarian crises around the world, and the need to reform the international system. 

Can the oceans sustain our appetite for fish? World Wildlife Fund says man is pushing marine life to its limits and beyond.Presenter: David FosterGuests:John Tanzer - director of the World Wildlife Fund's global marine programmeMaria Jose Cornax - fisheries campaign manager for Oceana EuropeRainer Froese - senior scientist at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research.

The Stream - Not enough fish in the sea? 
Al Jazeera World - Istanbul My Dream
ISIL's evolving socio-political strategy 
101 East - Vietnam's War Babies (Full Documentary)

Hard Earnerd - Everyday Struggles. Hard Earned follows the lives of five low-income families across the US and takes an intimate look at whether the American Dream is still alive and well in the 21st century post-recession America.

Tackling child labour
Beijing's media damage control - The Listening Post (Full) 

Talk to Al Jazeera - Prayuth Chan-ocha: 'No one else could do the job'. After weeks of unrest in Thailand between groups supporting and opposing the democratically-elected Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the country's military forces made their move. Early in the morning on May 20, 2014, the head of the Thai army, General Prayuth Chan-ocha declared martial law. Shortly thereafter, he took over as prime minister and promised to bring the country to a better place.He promised a new constitution and said he would bring "happiness" and reconciliation to the people.But his critics have issued fierce denunciations of his leadership.Opposition groups complain they have been banned from political work. They say drafts of the new constitution aims to give vast power to the military and is therefore a threat to democracy.They also accuse the prime minister of increasingly undermining the media, even personally threatening journalists.Prayuth Chan-ocha, the prime minister of Thailand, sat down with Talk to Al Jazeera to responds to his critics and discuss his military takeover, press freedoms in Thailand, migrants and human trafficking, poverty, the constitutional reforms he is working on, and what will happen when elections take place.

The US under cyber-attack 

African Union in name only?  




Woman Who Recycled Rare Apple Computer Has $100,000 Waiting for Her 

► These Are the 10 Richest Royals in the World

Caitlyn Jenner Reaches 1 Million Twitter Followers Faster Than @POTUS
So what? He wants to become the next U.S. president? So the United States as a superpower in the world will be ruled by transgender? Oh really? Oh Oh, though it sounds quite democratic, but I feel like vomiting, even if it only happens in a nightmare, auww....

Bruce, I highly doubt your sanity. There is an unknown face in your face. Very scary! O people, find out what it is!
► Why Caitlyn Jenner's Name Doesn't Start With a 'K'

5 New Health Gadgets That Will Actually Make You Healthier

WHO Warns of MERS Outbreak - The World Health Organization said on Tuesday that South Korea could expect further cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. The disease has killed two people, and the number of cases in the country now stands at 30 — the largest outside of Saudi Arabia
* South Korea Reports 2 Deaths From MERS
* Over 680 in South Korea Isolated Over MERS Virus Fears
* Swine Flu Virus Has Mutated Dangerously, Study Shows

IDEAS
Alia Salem : Just Because Something Is Free Speech Doesn't Mean It's O.K.
Alex Honnold : What Risk Means After Dean Potter
Belinda Luscombe : What We Can Learn From Insanely Rich Parents
Miss Piggy : Why I Am a Feminist Pig
Jeffrey Kluger : Is It Ethical to Leave Uncontacted Tribes Alone?
Daniel D'Addario : Duggar Fox News Interview Proves Fans and Detractors Right
Sen. Rand Paul : Don't Trust a Lying Government 
Charlotte Alter : 8 Sad Truths About Women in Media
Karl Vick : This Is Why It's Hard to Boycott Israel
Daniel D'Addario : This Is Why Spy Is Such a Triumph for Melissa McCarthy
Joe Klein : Hillary Gets a Primary
Belinda Luscombe : What Sheryl Sandberg Learned About Motherhood Through Grief
Howard Safir : Bad Old Days of Crime May Be Back
James Poniewozik : Orange Is the New Black Spotlights the Mothers of Detention 
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar : Prosperity Gospel Is War on the Poor
Sean Gregory : How American Pharoah Made History at Belmont 
Karl Vick : The Election Loss for Turkey's Erdogan Is a Victory for Democracy
Elizabeth Dias : Why Obama Is Reaching Out to Catholics
Sen. Ted Cruz : Obama Has No Complete ISIS Strategy — Turkey Can Help 
Ian Bremmer : Here Are 3 Good Things That Happened in the World This Week
Elif Shafak : What Turkey Urgently Needs Now
Alex Fitzpatrick  : Why We Finally Have the First True 'Smartphones'
Susanna Schrobsdorff : Happy Father's Day to My Ex-Husband  
Tavis Smiley : LOL — Who'd Sign Up To Be Black?
Ian Bremmer : Here Are 5 Reasons the G7 Summit Was a Disappointment
Joe Klein : How Rand Paul Has Already Changed the 2016 Race
Eliana Dockterman : Game of Thrones' Woman Problem Is About More Than Sexual Assault 
Mark Thompson : U.S. Adapts 'Lily Pad' Strategy in Iraq
Jeffrey Kluger : How Vaccines in Space Can Help on Earth 

► Microsoft Leaks Plan for Worldwide Wi-Fi Network

Ex-FIFA Exec Admits Taking Bribes - Former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer told a U.S. federal judge that he and others on the governing body's ruling panel agreed to receive bribes to vote for South Africa to host the 2010 World Cup
* African Soccer Officials Slam 'Imperialist' FIFA Probe
* How FIFA's Sepp Blatter May Have Outmaneuvered Everyone
* World Cups Under Scrutiny After FIFA Chief Resigns
* Why Sepp Blatter's Resignation Has Been Great for FIFA Sponsors
* Interpol Issues 'Red Notice' for 6 Linked to FIFA Probe
* FIFA's Sepp Blatter Probed for Corruption, Reports Say 

► Obama: China Could Join Asia-Pacific Trade Deal

► The Single Best Piece of Marriage Advice Ever Given

Why You Shouldn't Eat Delicious Charred Foods

Hey Enormous Fake Orca, You Had One Job

Burma's Nowhere People
        * The Plight of the Rohingya by James Nachtwey

Eating Placenta Does Nothing for Your Health, Study Says

► The Surprising History Behind National Doughnut Day

► This Groundbreaking "Frankenstein" Surgery Will Literally Make Your Head Spin

Shock Result in Turkey Election - In a stunning rebuke of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ambitions to expand his powers, Turkish voters stripped his party of its simple majority in parliament on Sunday — with the main pro-Kurdish party, HDP, doing better than expected
* Turkey Gets Ready to Vote
* Can Turkey's Erdogan Stay in Power?
* Meet the Man Transforming Journalism in Turkey


Obama Confronts ISIS Reality - The President rattled off a list of what's gone wrong in the U.S.-led fight against ISIS on Monday and, although he didn’t say it, he made clear that while the militants are “nimble," "aggressive" and "opportunistic," those fighting them are not, writes TIME's Mark Thompson
* Obama Admits 'No Complete Strategy' for ISIS Fight
* Is U.S. Claim of 10,000 ISIS Dead Believable?
* Congress Takes Tiny Step Toward Authorizing Anti-ISIS War
* Why We Need to Protect Ancient Treasures From ISIS 

Vladimir Putin Tests the Limits of Pope Francis' Powers 

Clinton Makes Her Case - Hillary Clinton on Saturday laid out a broad vision of economic and social inclusion in the U.S., calling for middle-class economic policies that help restore income equality and telling a crowd at her first major presidential campaign rally, "it's your time"
* Transcript: Read the Full Text of Hillary Clinton's Campaign Launch Speech
* Hillary Clinton's Campaign Launch Site Once Held the Worst Prison in the World 
* Bill Clinton is Advising his Wife's Campaign
* Bill Clinton Will Stop Giving Paid Speeches if Hillary Becomes President 




LOCAL
■ L.A. County drought plan decried by residents facing big water bills
L.A.'s Sidewalk Talk: really listening to words on the street
Shortage of deputies could threaten L.A. County sheriff's reform agenda
Residents of Hollywood tower get legal reprieve
Armenian genocide survivors are subject of art exhibit in Grand Park
California drought brings tighter building codes to cut turf use
■ L.A. Mission selling low-income apartment building; residents must move

■ L.A. minimum wage plan moves forward without union exemption

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El Niño strengthens. Hope for serious drought relief?
■ Celebrities are now targets of California #DroughtShaming
■ Office tower to rise next to historic Hollywood studio
■ New 6th Street Viaduct is a bridge to a different future
■ Oakland airport director nominated to head Los Angeles World Airports
■ Los Angeles City Council approves landmark minimum wage increase
LAPD finds officers were justified in fatal shooting of mentally ill man, sources say
Ezell Ford : Protesters gather at Eric Garcetti's house, call for action
■ Bay Area teacher reportedly asks students to snap selfies with parents' sex toys
■ California drought : No rain, but 'the sky is not falling' 
■ L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti courts the tech sector
California electric bill shock: Private firms charge way more than public utilities

Garcetti faulted for muted response to Ezell Ford shooting findings ||Garcetti attended D.C. fundraiser as L.A. braced for Ezell Ford ruling

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■ A great week for LA: our public transportation system is evolving, wages for working Angelenos are rising, and our new budget expands investment in infrastructure and services. || ■  Proud to announce a new partnership with Zipcar! We're piloting a new program to bring car share to 10 Metro park and rides so you don't have to worry about that last mile.

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■ We all need to take action to beat the drought and ‪#‎SavetheDropLA‬. Find out tips and strategies so you can save water at our Save the Drop L.A. workshop this Saturday. Join : Save the Drop 101. 6 June at 09:00 in PDT. 111 North Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 || ■ The LA River's comeback is real! Today, we opened a brand new stretch of river bikeway in Sherman Oaks.

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Lake Hollywood ||Gates reopen for Lake Hollywood strolls

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Renewing our airport, revitalizing our river, and the prospect of making history.

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The top 10 Mayors of World Mayor 2014

Rank
Mayor
City
Country
1
 Naheed Nenshi  Calgary  Canada
2
 Daniël Termont Ghent Belgium
3
 Tri Rismaharini Surabaya Indonesia
4
 Carlos Ocariz Sucre Venezuela
5
 Jed Patrick Mabilog Iloilo City Philippines
6
 Albrecht Schröter Jena Germany
7
 Annise Parker Houston  USA
8
 Yiannis Boutaris Thessaloniki Greece
9
 Giusy Nicolini Lampedusa Italy
10
 Aziz Kocaoglu Izmir Turkey



NATION
NSA bulk collection of phone data stops; Senate fails to act before deadline
Imperiled bird at heart of land battle 
Mike Huckabee jokes about posing as transgender to shower with girls


OPINION
'One person, one vote' should stay that way
Mike Huckabee's rhetoric of religious victimization 
Why you're better off going alone than not at all
L.A. labor leaders' hypocrisy on minimum wage hike 

FOOD
■ Looking for Khinkalis? Old Village in Glendale has them
■ Review: Dumpling obsession at Tumanyan Khinkali Factory in Glendale
Three of Jonathan Gold's favorite soup dumplings in the L.A. area
Strawberry ice cream, pure and simple 
26 great cocktails in the Los Angeles area
Doner kebabs and dumplings: A guide to Turkish restaurants in Southern California

ENTERTAINMENT
■ Creatures feature in Getty Museum's photography show 'In Focus: Animalia'
Caitlyn Jenner's courage is bold, Annie Leibovitz's portrait cliched


FRAMEWORK
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CZ

"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,
sounded,
thought,
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,
hear,
feel,
think,
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."

VIRGINIA SATIR
(American Phychologist and Educator, 1916-1988)