Tuesday, December 1, 2015

News Headlines (541) 1 September - 30 September 2015


1 September 2015 : You have an unexpected chance to follow your impulses and an excellent prospect that everything will turn out in your favor. But chasing the whims of your heart is always a tricky business that comes without a guarantee. Reigniting an old flame is possible now that hot-to-trot Mars is busy doing the tango with sentimental Venus. Just be careful not to take a playful flirtation to the wrong conclusion. Some things from the past are best left to remain a sweet memory. As Tom Petty sings, "You can look back, babe, but it's best not to stare."

2 September 2015 : Never has crossing things off your to-do list felt so satisfying as it does today while the Moon is generously supporting Jupiter in your 6th House of Logistics. However, your mind is on the future and the anticipation is driving you crazy. There's no question about your intentions; you are on a mission. Although your work ethic is admirable now, leave some room in your busy schedule for a pleasant surprise. An unplanned detour might reveal a new road that's a reliable shortcut to your success.

3 September 2015 : People seem more even-keeled today with Mercury's presence in your 7th House of Others, but they might have hidden agendas that you can't decipher. Nevertheless, there's magic in the air and it's up to you to discern what is real and what is not. You like to take folks at face value but you grow more skeptical as the layers fall away to reveal more mystery the deeper you go. Don't be concerned if you discover you jumped to a wrong conclusion. Never judge a book by its cover. The outcome could surpass your imagination if you're willing to readjust your expectations and move on.

4 September 2015 : Although setting limits might be the smartest thing you can do today, self-restraint is not likely on your agenda. In fact, your plans could grow even larger in scale as the reflective Moon crosses paths with expansive Jupiter. Nevertheless, details count just as much as the big picture. You may have to pay for your poor judgment sooner than you think if you don't strictly adhere to the rules. Luckily, following a tried and true path enables you to swiftly reach your destination. Better safe than sorry when it comes to matters of importance.

5 September 2015 : Nothing is more important to you today than living up to other people's expectations and you might even become obsessive about doing the right thing. Your drive to finish what you start is probably much stronger than your need to be distracted. You understand that you have no other option but to take care of unfinished business before you run out of time. There are deadlines to meet and your reputation is at stake; it's now or never.

6 September 2015 : It feels as if you have one last chance to revisit your childhood to salvage something meaningful you left behind. Perhaps you set aside some artistic pursuit or creative pastime as you grew up and were told to be more responsible. Surprisingly, resurrecting an old hobby can bring a deep sense of emotional fulfillment no matter how many years have gone by. True expressions of the soul are not bound by time, space or matter.

7 September 2015 : You're not going to let anything bother you today, or so you think. Your swashbuckling strategy might actually work for a while, but it's unfeasible to maintain your cavalier attitude if someone's inconsiderate actions offend or threaten you. Even if you choose to ignore the sleight, addressing your unresolved feelings is less complicated now than if you wait until later. Being honest about your experience is better than letting an annoyance grow into resentment. Your reaction may ruffle someone's feathers, but expressing your emotions clears the air once and for all.

8 September 2015 : Sparks are flying and you are energized by the electric buzz in the atmosphere. Irrepressible Uranus zaps your key planet Mars today, provoking you to act on your feelings without restraint. However, you're likely to have transitory moments of self-doubt interspersed throughout the day. Rest assured you will bounce back each time, so make the most of your enthusiasm when it returns. Your passion for life is contagious, but others will be more supportive of your spirited approach if you remember to respect their boundaries in the process of chasing your dreams.

9 September 2015 : You wake up wired for action, feeling jolts of intellectual lightning that won't let you go back to sleep. This mental adrenaline rush makes it nearly impossible to moderate your message today. Fortunately, you're so connected to your spiritual path now that your passionate nature can be quite inspiring to others. Nevertheless, you could become your own worst enemy if you are convinced that your way is the only route to success. Focus on projecting the positive potential without trying to prove your superiority. All roads lead to Rome.

10 September 2015 : The clock is ticking and there are only so many hours in the day. No matter how hard you push, your progress might appear to grind to a halt today. But don't worry because everything is likely still on course. Success is just going to take a little longer than you originally expected. Use the extra time to review your plans and fine-tune them however you can. Ultimately, your additional preparation makes you even more productive when the pace picks up in the days ahead.

11 September 2015 : Someone may perform such a convincing dog and pony show today that you're ready to drop everything and join the cause. However, don't sign on any dotted lines until you run through all the numbers and verify all the facts. Luckily, taking the time to do a proper analysis will quickly highlight any potential trouble spots with the story. Exercise caution and utilize your common sense, even if everything sounds amazing. Small steps forward are better than none at all.

12 September 2015 : Your senses are on high alert and your acute perceptions register every single nuance in your immediate environment today. Unfortunately, you may be so receptive to other people's feelings now that you start noticing things that aren't actually there. Be careful with your pronouncements about what is real; you might be fabricating stories to justify what's in your imagination without even realizing it. Asking lots of questions is better than making faulty assumptions that lead to nothing but trouble.

13 September 2015 : The tension is palpable today, distracting you with the anticipation of something dramatic that's about to occur. Although you can't push the feeling away, you're not ready to calmly accept your fate, either. Nevertheless, the Virgo Solar Eclipse rattles your 6th House of Logistics, reminding you that replaying a familiar old pattern does not allow you to progress on your journey of life. Embrace this opportunity to make the positives changes you've been dreaming of for too long. A rolling stone gathers no moss.

14 September 2015 : You don't have to turn every conversation into a competition. In fact, this is a perfect day for you headstrong Rams to practice the art of compromise. The good news is that you are able to soften your hard edges now and let someone else run the show. Your uncharacteristic gentleness enables you to meet others halfway. In turn, your sensitivity minimizes unnecessary conflict. Nevertheless, don't give in too quickly or you'll end up settling for less than you deserve. As Buddha said, "Those who are free of resentful thoughts surely find peace."

15 September 2015 : You can't escape from the consequences of someone's unexpected emotional outburst with the interdependent Libra Moon visiting your 7th House of Relationships now. You may be feeling particularly generous while energetic Mars supports your heroic efforts at putting others at ease. Nevertheless, you must also attend to your own needs today, or you won't have anything to give to anyone else. Being a more perfect partner is an admirable goal as long as you don't lose yourself in the process.

16 September 2015 :  Nothing is gained by turning every molehill you encounter into a mountain. The problem is you're viewing the world through a magnifying lens that's set to high power, and even the tiniest details assume epic proportions now. Obviously, it's challenging to navigate a path when it's nearly impossible to discern which things are the most important. Remain open to what you learn from your intuition, but don't make any major decisions until you possess a sound analytical perspective on the current events.

17 September 2015 : People may have the best of intentions today, but their abrupt criticism can catalyze your thinking and set you off in a radical new direction. However, you must listen closely to what others say now because you could easily misinterpret something based on what you want to believe rather than what is actually said. Ask for clarification before you jump to any incorrect conclusions. You might hear a whole different story the second time around.

18 September 2015 : A change in the cosmic weather has you anticipating your future as industrious Saturn takes up residence in your 9th House of Distant Horizons. Although you may have been satisfied in the past with vague generalities when it comes to your goals in life, you are trying to make sense of what lies ahead and feel driven to establish a long-term plan now. If you have done your emotional homework and your personal relationships are in order, it's time to explore uncharted territory. Learning is no longer simply about satisfying your curiosity; instead, gather information as if it is a necessary tool for turning abstract ideas into concrete reality.

19 September 2015 : Your unrestrained confidence can create problems, unless you scale back your adventurous ambitions just a touch. Unfortunately, it's hard to tell where to draw the line between reality and fantasy today, making a simple decision more complex. Widening your spiritual horizons is easy now; however, maintaining a solid connection with the mundane world at the same time is where the true magic occurs. Nevertheless, keeping one foot in the real world is certainly worth the effort if you want to manifest your dreams.

20 September 2015 : Trusting the universe is a no-brainer when you're sure that everything is going your way. Even if you recently overstepped your limits, you should be able to make amends and come out smelling like a rose. Nevertheless, you are still playing with fire and could effortlessly charm people with your passionate nature. However, your integrity is at stake so don't promise more than you can deliver today. Be sincere and others will respect you for who you are without harboring any false illusions.

21 September 2015 : Although your intentions may be honorable, it's not a simple matter to keep your feelings to yourself. You might even acknowledge that what you are about to say should probably be left unspoken, but you may blurt it out anyway in a moment of excitement. Unfortunately, you can't take your words back once they are out in the open. Everyone knows that honesty is the best policy, but remember to think twice before you create an untenable situation. A little conscious self-restraint before the fact is wiser than an apology after it's too late.

22 September 2015 : You are resolved to fulfill your heart's desires, but may be growing frustrated because everything you want seems to take longer than anticipated. Fortunately, you aren't so quick to give in to negativity now. Recent delays were only temporary and your persistence will ultimately play out in your favor. Nevertheless, there's no reason to hide your impatience. Ultimately, your undying enthusiasm will be your key to climbing the ladder of success or winning the love of someone special.

23 September 2015 : Although you can be quite generous in spirit when you so choose, you're an independent Ram and there are times when you simply forget about the needs of others. But partnerships require more bandwidth once the Sun takes up residence in your 7th House of Relationships today. Stop chasing your dreams long enough to consciously consider what someone else wants. Demonstrating respect to those around you shifts the energy and enables things to run much smoother than you ever expected. Life is meant to be shared.

24 September 2015 : A casual conversation might lead you to places you weren't expecting to visit today, but stepping into new emotional territory is fuel for your growth. Exploring uncharted realms typically isn't a burden because you actually thrive on new experiences. However, you may grow anxious when you realize you're standing on shaky ground now. Be courageous and face your fears; opening your heart is the first step toward transforming your life.

25 September 2015 : It's an exercise in futility to start anything new today, especially if you're worrying about the criticism you might receive. You may wonder if it's too late to make your move, but there's nothing to be gained by wallowing in self-doubt now. Be grateful for small accomplishments, even if they don't meet your expectations. Luckily, you can pick up the speed in a day or two after impatient Mars is free from Saturn's choking restraints. In the meantime, channeling your excess energy into some form of strenuous physical activity is one of the healthier ways to manage your current dissatisfaction. Sweat more, whine less.

26 September 2015 : You receive a fleeting glimpse of clarity today, but confusion quickly sets in before you have a chance to see the entire picture. Every question you answer peels off another layer of the onion. Seeking positive solutions may feel like a hopeless battle now. However, your current determination empowers you to defeat any negativity that clouds your view. You can become a hero in your own world if you summon your courage from the wellsprings within.

27 September 2015 : There isn't much of a chance that you can restrain your feelings today because the Full Moon Eclipse in your reckless sign urges you to say whatever is on your mind. Nevertheless, you can demonstrate your wisdom by following someone else's lead now and erring on the side of discretion. Instead of telling others to act with common sense, do it yourself. Count to ten before flying off the handle about something that won't ultimately matter. Words have power; use them wisely.

28 September 2015 : Controlling your emotions continues to be an uphill battle today as the Moon moves through your sign and forms disquieting aspects with several planets including warrior Mars. Unfortunately, talking about your feelings may stir up even more tension at first because there's no way to pretend that something is okay when it's not. Regardless of the potential drama, address whatever is bothering you now instead of waiting until the anxiety is even greater. Just make sure that you're not looking for trouble when you share what's on your mind. Stick to the facts for the happiest results.

29 September 2015 : Hurrying to finish what you already started may be a hopeless cause, but you might have to try anyhow. Or you could be feeling pressured to begin something new while there's still time. Either way, you are driven to act immediately as familiar surges of urgency wash over you. However, you may grow irritated with your own moodiness until the reflective Moon leaves your reactive sign this afternoon. Although allowing time for contemplation is healthy, don't let your uncertainty hijack your day.

30 September 2015 : You may be consciously holding yourself back because you know it's not quite time yet to break free from recently imposed routines. But you are eager for a change, nonetheless, and can't wait forever. It's no problem if you still lack specific plans since the details will fall into place over the next few days. Instead of initiating action today, just imagine what freedom will feel like once it's yours. Fly like an eagle and let your spirit soar.

■ 28 January 2015 : Playing with puzzles, blocks may build children's spatial skills
■ 17 March 2015 : Longer duration of breastfeeding linked with higher adult IQ and earning ability  
■ 20 August 2015 : People with psychopathic traits are less likely to 'catch' a yawn than empathetic folks
■ 1 September 2015 : Meet pentecopterus, a giant sea scorpion; Predator from prehistoric seas
■ 4 September 2015 : Current school start times damaging learning and health of students 
■ 8 September 2015 : Artificial 'plants' could fuel the future. By combining semiconducting nanowires and bacteria, researchers can now produce liquid fuel
■ 9 September 2015 : Association of low resting heart rate in men, increased violent criminality
■ 14 September 2014  : Low vitamin D among elderly associated with decline in cognition, dementia  
■ 15 September 2015 : Additional time spent outdoors by children results in decreased rate of nearsightedness
■ 15 September 2015 : Yoga improves arthritis symptoms, mood, study finds
■ 16 September 2015 : A toddler with type 2 diabetes
■ 16 September 2015 : Caffeine at night delays human circadian clock. Double espresso before bedtime induces 40-minute time delay in internal clock

■ Revealed... why eating red meat can cause bowel cancer: Pigment that makes steak red is to blame, scientists say
■ 2 August 2015 : Free hotels for the Calais stowaways in soft touch Britain: Outrage as immigrants illegally entering UK get cooked meals and £35 cash a week within days of arrival
■ 17 August 2015 : 'Sacred sinkhole' discovered under 1,000-year-old Mayan temple... and it may eventually destroy the pyramid. The cenote, or natural sinkhole, stretches 114ft long and is up to 65ft deep. It is capped by 13ft of limestone which is gradually being washed away. Experts have found it is connected to other caverns and lakes in the area. They say it may have had deep religious significance to the Mayan culture
■ 18 August 2015 : Breathing in Beijing's air is the equivalent to smoking FORTY cigarettes a day: Smog map of China reveals shocking extent of pollution. Newly released data shows that air pollution kills 4,000 a day in China. Problem is particularly bad in the east of the country including Beijing. Data from 1,500 monitoring stations was analysed by Berkeley Earth. Solutions to the problem include switching from coal to natural gas and improved energy efficiency
■ 29 August 2015 : Questions raised over shocking West Bank image of boy with a broken arm being held at gunpoint by an Israeli soldier after girl, 13, seen biting attacker is revealed as prolific 'Pallywood star'
■ 31 August 2015 : The 5ft-long scorpion that terrorised the seas 460 million years ago: Fossils of giant predator with 'paddles' found in Iowa
■ 2 September 2015 : Pictured: The lost sheep with a fleece so overgrown he can no longer see - as the RSPCA call in a national shearing champion to save her life
■ 5 September 2015 : The final journey of tragic little boys (Little Aylan, three, and Galip Kurdi ) washed up on a Turkish beach: Mother and sons who died in sea tragedy are taken from morgue after heartbroken father says goodbye to the family he couldn't save
■ 6 September 2015 : Just one large steak a week 'raises the risk of bowel cancer': Studies suggest link between lots of red meat and killer disease
■ 8 September 2015 : David Beckham denies he's considering playing the next James Bond... despite fans urging him to replace Daniel Craig as 007
■ 8 September 2015 : Resurrecting a monster virus: Scientists to 'awaken' bug that has laid dormant in frozen Siberian wastelands for 30,000 years
■ 11 September 2015 : Is this the first human? Extraordinary find in a South African cave suggests man may be up to 2.8million years old
■ 11 September 2015 : Poor diet is the biggest cause of early death across the world - with red meat and sugary drinks responsible for one in five deaths. Poor diet had the greatest cumulative effect on worldwide deaths in 2013. Unhealthy eating leads to more deaths through heart disease and diabetes. Top risks for early deaths globally were high blood pressure and smoking. Next top risks were high body mass index and high blood sugar levels
■ 14 September 2015 : French magazine Charlie Hebdo facing legal action after publishing cartoons mocking the death of drowned Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi
■ 15 September 2015 : Striker II takes to the skies: Advanced helmet uses a night vision camera to help fighter pilots fly under the cover of darkness
■ 16 September 2015 : Air pollution could kill 6.6 million people a year by 2050 
■ 17 September 2015 : The obese THREE-year-old who has type 2 diabetes: 5st girl from Texas is thought to be youngest ever case of the disease
■ 18 September 2015 : How polluted is your city? Live interactive map shows exactly how much harmful smog is in the air where you live right now
■ 18 September 2015 : Queen gears up for Bentley 4x4: Her Majesty set to be first person to collect sought-after new model after driving prototype on Balmoral estate
■ 20 September 2015 : The full picture! Photographer's hilarious series shows what's REALLY going on in all those Instagram shots you envy. Photo series exposes what really goes on outside of Instagram's frame. Photographer, Chompoo Baritone has curated a series of 'real' shots. Hones in on tweaks and tricks many Instagrammers are guilty of
■ 28 September 2015 : Are you ready for the SUPER BLOOD MOON? Total eclipse to coincide with closest possible lunar approach to Earth for the first time since 1982
■ 28 September 2015 : Does YOUR child wake up in the night? Difficulty sleeping could be an early warning sign of mental health problems, experts say
■ 30 September 2015 : 'Reckless driving killed him': Porsche responds to wrongful death lawsuit filed by Paul Walker's daughter Meadow which claims actor was 'burned alive' due to design flaws in sports car

GUARDIAN 1 September 2015 : Nabi Saleh images illustrate changing asymmetry of Israeli-Palestinian conflict ||TIMES OF ISRAEL 31 August 2015 : WATCH: In Nabi Saleh, an all too predictable black eye for Israel

C NET 31 August 2015 : Google's Android Wear smartwatches now work with iPhones ||VERGE 31 August 2015 : Android Wear smartwatches come to the iPhone

XINHUA 28 August 2015 : Vitamin D vital to fight bowel diseases: New Zealand research

■ 20 July 2015 : Dairy Boosts Success of Probiotics 
■ 1 September 2015 : Forgiveness Lowers Depression Risk
■ 3 September 2015 : Sight Goes Gray When You're Feeling Blue
■ 9 September 2015 : Psychopathy Linked to Contagious Yawning
■ 16 September 2015 : Touching Mom Lowers Stress Levels 
■ 17 September 2015 : Potassium, Sodium Linked to Quicker Deterioration in Kidney Patients

GUARDIAN 4 September 2015 : Shorn the sheep: Chris sets world record with fleece weighing more than 40kg  || MIRROR 3 September 2015 : Makeover for absurdly woolly sheep after he's shorn of world record 40kg of fleece

FORBES 4 September 2015 : How This Blogger Made $1 Million In 3 Years And Is Visiting Every Country On Earth

HARVARD GAZETTE 2 September 2015 : Life behind the pose. 'Black Chronicles II' scrutinizes race, identity in Victorian England 

UBERGIZMO 4 September 2015 : WhatsApp's Monthly Active Users Now At 900 Million

CNN MONEY 4 September 2015 : Google: New Chrome is faster and will save your battery

 JALOPNIK 28 May 2015 : Twelve Reasons Why The Gumball 3000 Is Over. Dead. Really. Finally. || ► VERGE 10 June 2014 : Big money, fast cars, and a Nyan Cat: this is the Gumball 3000

FOXNEWS 3 September 2015 : You really can die from a broken heart, study finds ||MAYOCLINIC 1 December 2014 : Broken heart syndrome

WOMENS HEALTH MAG 28 August 2015: These Are the Typical Guys Who Had Ashley Madison Accounts

CARBUZZ 3 September 2015 : Is James Bond's Epic Lotus Submarine Up For Sale Again?

VERGE 9 September 2015 : Vladimir Putin is the most inspirational personal trainer on Instagram

■ 25 May 2010 : Video Gamers Can Control Dreams, Study Suggests
■ 22 July 2011 : Marriages Are Happier When Wives Are Skinnier Than Husbands 
■ 9 September 2015 : Low Heart Rate in Men May Predict Criminal Behavior
■ 15 September 2015 : Another Reason Not to Sit for Too Long: Liver Disease
■ 15 September 2015 : Skip the Anti-Bacterial Soap: Regular Suds Work Just as Well

 VICE NEWS 10 September 2015 : Free Ubers and Helpful iPhone Apps: How Europeans Are Helping Refugees

HARVARD EDU 1 September 2015 : Red meat and colon cancer

CARBUZZ 6 January 2015 : What Are Pagani And Koenigsegg Planning For 2015?

GUARDIAN 9 September 2015 : Brazil's top chefs turn to Amazonian insects for new menu

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY 19 August 2015 : Why Psychopaths Are Immune to Contagious Yawning. A new study casts fresh light on the personality. || ► HUFFINGTON POST 18 August 2015 : Psychopaths May Be Immune To Contagious Yawning. Those who lack empathy don't seem to "catch" yawns like the rest of us do.

BIG STORY AP 12 July 2015 : It's showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby

GUARDIAN 14 September 2015  : 2015 and 2016 set to break global heat records, says Met Office

FOXNEWS 15 September 2015 : Putin says Russia providing military assistance to Syrian regime and will continue to do so

MOROCCOWORLDNEWS 13 September 2015 : Charlie Hebdo Mocks The Death of Syrian Child Aylan Kurdi ||FIRST POST 16 September 2015 : Dear Charlie Hebdo, is cartoon on a dead baby really satire? French magazine faces legal action

NY TIMES 15 September 2015 : Thailand Blames Uighur Militants for Bombing at Bangkok Shrine ||GUARDIAN 15 September 2015 : Thai police say Uighur trafficking ring behind Bangkok bombing

SLATE 15 December 2015 : You Can't Dislike This Article. Facebook dislike button: Why Mark Zuckerberg won't allow it. ||FORTUNE 15 September 2015 : Facebook is finally making a 'Dislike' button ||GUARDIAN 15 September 2015 : Facebook working on 'dislike button', Zuckerberg says || QZ 16 September 2015 : Facebook's "dislike" button is going to be a disaster

THE LEAF - About Tea ||6 Healthy Teas You Haven't Tried

 MEDICAL DAILY 17 September 2015 : Caffeine In Coffee May Throw Off Circadian Rhythm, And All It Takes Is One Double Espresso ||TELEGRAPH 16 September 2015 : Coffee stops jet lag by rewinding the body clock - but there's a catch || ► THE SCIENTIST 16 September 2015 : How Caffeine Affects the Body Clock

10 Most Expensive Designer Watches For Men: Rolex, Cartier & Other Masterpieces || Top 20 Luxury Watch Brands - Luxury Watch Brands List ||The World's 10 Most Expensive Watch Brands for Men || Richard Mille RM 011 Flyback Chronograph "Rose Gold" || ► The Top 10 Most Expensive Jaeger LeCoultre Watches

CNBC 22 September 2015 : Inside the life of a world-class food blogger: Joy the Baker

NY TIMES 25 September 2015 : How the Hajj Stampede Unfolded

NY TIMES 28 September 2015 : NASA Confirms Signs of Water Flowing on Mars, Possible Niches for Life ||GUARDIAN 28 September 2015 : Nasa scientists find evidence of flowing water on Mars ||CNN 29 September 2015 : Liquid water exists on Mars, boosting hopes for life there, NASA says || VERGE 28 September 2015 : NASA confirms that liquid water flows on Mars

NY TIMES 11 August 2012 : How Music Can Improve Worker Productivity || NY TIMES 18 April 2011 : To Tug Hearts, Music First Must Tickle the Neurons

ENGADGET 24 September 2015 : The 'world's biggest' 3D printer will build emergency houses

NATIONAL CENTER for BIOTECHNOLOGY INFORMATION 8 August 2014 : Is eating behavior manipulated by the gastrointestinal microbiota? Evolutionary pressures and potential mechanisms

VOX 28 September 2015 : This awkward photo of Obama and Putin locking eyes at the UN speaks volumes

CBS NEWS 28 September 2015 : Putin: "We can no longer tolerate the current state of affairs in the world"

■ 28 September 2015 : Will Someone Please Point Out Ben Carson's Religious Hypocrisy?
■ 28 September 2015 : A Socialist, Marxist, Priest Is Scaring the Crap Out Of The GOP

NATIONAL REPORT about 2 years ago : City in Michigan First to Fully Implement Sharia Law ||HUFFINGTON POST 30 October 2013 : Dearborn, Michigan Is Under Sharia Law, Says Satirical Website, But City Is Not Amused

 PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 28 January 2015 : Playing With Puzzles and Blocks Could Build Children's Spatial Skills

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 25 September 2015 : Rare Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse: How to See It. A full moon, harvest moon, super moon, and total eclipse of the moon—this one has it all. || SPACE 27 September 2015 : Rare Super 'Blood Moon' Lunar Eclipse Coming, Last Until 2033 | Video

PHYS 16 September 2015 : Women seen to lack the right stuff for science: survey ||INDEPENDENT 15 January 2015 : Women are less likely to become scientists because of a 'misconceived idea of brilliance', study finds

TELEGRAPH 15 September 2015 : The Queen to get first Bentley Bentayga. Her Majesty to take delivery of the first example of the world's fastest SUV, as Nick Gibbs reports

NY TIMES 23 September 2015 : Putin Opens New Mosque in Moscow Amid Lingering Intolerance

EDUCATION : Dr. David Burns - Feeling Good: The mood therapy | What Is Depression (and How To Cure It). Published on Feb 24, 2013 by Craig Meriwether

► HOW TO & STYLE : SKIN A WATERMELON party trick. Published on Aug 31, 2015 by Mark Rober 

► FILM & ANIMATIONS : The Angry Birds Movie - Official Teaser Trailer (HD). Watch the first look at The Angry Birds Movie coming to theaters in May 2016! In this hilarious 3D adventure, we'll finally find out why the birds are so angry. Published on Sep 23, 2015 by Angry Birds 

Austria, Germany open borders to migrants - By Krisztina Than and Irene Preisinger
HEGYESHALOM, Hungary/VIENNA - Austria and Germany threw open their borders to thousands of exhausted migrants, bussed to the frontier by a right-wing Hungarian government that tried to stop them but was overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of people.
* Migration crisis tears at EU's cohesion and tarnishes its image
* Germany can cope with refugees without raising taxes: Merkel
* Britain signals move toward air strikes in Syria

G20 eyes faster economic reforms - ANKARA - Financial leaders from the world's 20 biggest economies agreed to step up reform efforts to boost disappointingly slow growth, saying reliance on ultra-low interest rates would not be enough to accelerate economic expansion.
  * IMF's Lagarde says Fed should not rush its rate rise decision

► Russia to U.S.: talk to us on Syria or risk 'unintended incidents'

 Trump says he's bought NBC's share of Miss Universe Organization

'It doesn't get any easier' - By Natasja Sheriff and Daniel Bases
NEW YORK - Relatives assembled to commemorate nearly 3,000 people killed in the Sept. 11 attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and outside Washington 14 years ago.
* Video: Obama marks 9/11 with moment of silence
* Slideshow: Remembering the fallen

► Russia says it wants Putin-Obama talks on Syria

► White House says Obama will raise cyber concern with China's Xi

► Hundreds of Latinos protest at Trump rally, clash with supporters

 U.S. says Assad must go, timing down to negotiation

■ Pssst! Need a passport? Forgery a lifeline for fleeing Syrians 
Do China's ghost cities offer a solution to Europe's migrant crisis? 
Might as well butter him, Trump is toast 

Factbox: Disasters at annual Muslim Haj pilgrimage 

Syria or Ukraine? Obama, Putin agenda looms - By Roberta Rampton and Denis Dyomkin
WASHINGTON/MOSCOW - President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in New York next week, with the White House insisting the meeting would focus on eastern Ukraine. The Kremlin thinks otherwise.
  * Putin calls Elton John -- for real this time

Pilgrims to blame for stampede: Saudi Arabia - By Nidal Al-Mughrabi
MINA, Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabia, under growing pressure to account for a crush that killed more than 700 people at the haj pilgrimage, suggested pilgrims failing to follow crowd control rules bore some blame for the worst disaster at the event for 25 years.
* Pope expresses closeness to world's Muslims after haj stampede

Obama, Xi agree on steps to curb cyber spying - By Matt Spetalnick and Michael Martina
WASHINGTON - President Obama announced that he and Chinese President Xi Jinping had agreed that neither government would conduct economic espionage in cyberspace. | Related Story
* Video: Obama hosts China's president at state dinner

Obama and Putin clash over working with Syria's Assad - By Jeff Mason and Denis Dyomkin
UNITED NATIONS - Russia and the United States agreed to look for a diplomatic end to the Syrian civil war but clashed over the central question of whether Syrian President Assad should retain power.
* Putin discusses fight against Islamic State with Obama 
* Will Putin's move into Syria be one step too far? 

Pope wades into gay marriage debate - By Scott Malone
PHILADELPHIA - Pope Francis waited until his historic U.S. visit was over to make his most direct comments on the nation's debate over gay marriage, saying government officials should have the right to refrain from actions that violate their religious beliefs.
* For gay Catholics, pope's U.S. visit a chance to get closer

► 'Muhammad' movie screens at Montreal film festival
► UN calls for 'strong cooperation' after migrant van tragedy
► Hungary boosts police on border as migrants continue to arrive
Las Vegas wedding numbers on the rocks
Yemen army recruits 4,800 southern fighters: officer
Tropical Storm Erika kills at least 20 in Dominica
US and S. Korea troops stage massive live-fire drill
► 71 'Syrians' dead in Austria truck tragedy
Nine hours battling death at sea off the Libyan coast
► Rumoured discovery of Nazi train sets Polish gold rush
► Tension rises among migrants in Budapest
New migrants reach Hungary-Serbia border
The Calais migrant crisis
Migrants leave Budapest on trains for Austria, Germany
► Several hundred migrants arrive in Munich on train from Budapest
US Iran's 'No.1 enemy' despite nuclear deal: clerical leader
Los Angeles bids for 2024 Olympics
► Volunteers help refugees in transit in Vienna's train station
► Around 3,000 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean sea
Jungle art museum faces wilds of Brazil crisis. Brazilian millionaire Bernardo Paz has dedicated his life to turning a vast outdoor park of tropical rainforest studded with contemporary art works into one of the most original museums in the world
China flexes military muscle in WWII anniversary parade
Syria's refugees
► Shear genius: Aussie champ trims 'record' fleece off sheep
Guatemalans celebrate president's resignation
► UAE pounds Yemen rebels after coalition's deadliest day
► Hardline monks claim victory as Myanmar Muslims face poll exclus

► Austria welcomes migrants en route to Germany || ► Austrian 'humanitarian convoy' heads to Hungary ||2,000 migrants arrive in Athens from Lesbos island

Russians reenact 1812 Battle of Borodino against the French
► Pygmies fight for equal treatment in Congo Brazzaville
Migrants from Syria and Iraq leave Greece for Macedonia
► Pop star Katy Perry has hands imprinted in Hollywood
► Guinness announces bizarre new world records
► Remains of 'new human species' found in S. Africa
Russia gives Syria military equipment, humanitarian aid: Lavrov
► British-Indian sculptor Kapoor exhibits at Lyon Biennale. Anish Kapoor is one of 60 artists participating in the Biennale in Lyon, France, with their take on modernity :
Refugees fed 'like animals in pen' in Hungary camp
► Syrians in Lebanon dream of future in Germany
► East Jerusalem settlers plant their flag among Arabs
► Dozens dead as crane crashes into Mecca's Grand Mosque
Socialist Corbyn wins UK Labour leadership in landslide
► Clashes rock Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound
► Record numbers of migrants rush into Hungary before border sealed
► Cali Tattoo Festival: 250 artists from around the continent
Hungarian police close off crossing point at Serbia border 
Palestinian, Syrian refugees abandon host countries for Europe
Mexico slams Egypt air strike that killed tourists 
Frankfurt IAA  auto show opens 
Zimbabwe's Mugabe delivers wrong speech in parliament 
Migrants in Serbia protest at closed border with Hungary 
Trump returns fire in US Republican debate

Muslim pilgrims arrive in Mecca ahead of hajj ||Muslim pilgrims begin rituals in Mecca ahead of hajj || ► Hundreds of thousands of Muslim pilgrims ready for the hajj ||Muslim pilgrims climb Arafat for peak of hajj  || The five pillars of Islam || ► Hundreds die in hajj crush as pilgrimage continues  || ► More than 700 killed in Saudi hajj stampede || ► 'We can't find him' - lament of pilgrims after hajj disaster || Pilgrims perform rituals on last day of hajj 

Pope meets Fidel Castro on Cuba visit || Pope  Francis arrives in the US for a six-day visit  || ► Girl hugged by Pope achieved dream, says mother 

Russia and Syria's historical ties  
Xi calls for new US-China relationship  

Muslims in the Middle East celebrate Eid al-Adha   || Nigerian Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha  ||Indian Muslims mark Eid al-Adha with prayers  ||Muslim migrants celebrate Eid far away from home || Pakistani Muslims sacrifice animals to celebrate Eid al-Adha 

Lunar Eclipse explained 
Pope prays at 9/11 site after UN speech 
Obama, Xi make a toast for further cooperation
► Security steps to be taken to rescue Afghanistan's Kunduz 
 Obama and Putin meet on Syria, remain divided on Assad's fate

► Pres. Obama Arrives In Alaska For Historic Trip
► Obama Depicts Stark Future Without Climate Action
► Obama Stares Down Melting Alaska Glacier
Unusual Tummy Tuck Helps Save Man's Hand
China Marks Anniversary of WWII End
► Raw: Migrants Flood Budapest Train Station
► Lost, Overgrown Sheep Shorn for First Time
► Raw: Rare Leopard Cubs Make Debut in Russia 
► Raw: Massive Sandstorm Hits Middle East
► Raw: Hungarian Journalist Seen Tripping Migrants
 Moment of Silence Marks 14th Anniversary of 9/11

What are they doing, hm?

► Raw: 87 Killed After Crane Collapses in Mecca
► Thousands In India Bathe In River For Kumbh Mela
► Raw: BMW Chief Collapses During Car Show Event
► Raw: Hungarian Police Use Tear Gas On Migrants 
► Syria's Assad Blames Europe for Refugee Crisis 
► Jon Stewart Attends DC Rally For 9/11 Victims 

GOP Debate: Will Republicans Take on Trump? || GOP Hopefuls Discuss Foreign Policy  || ► GOP ► Candidates Debate Donald Trump, Other Issues  || Donald Trump Still Center Stage At GOP Debate ||   ► GOP Candidates Face Media After Debate ||  ► 5 Takeaways From The GOP Presidential Debate  ||Trump: No Correcting Man Saying Obama is Muslim  || Trump Defends Inaction over 'Muslim' Comment 

► TX Muslim Teen: 'I Felt Like I was a Criminal' || Muslim Teen Detained For Clock Still Suspended 

► Raw: Strong Quake Shakes Chile Capital 

Priest Creates Vatican Made Entirely of Legos 

► Raw: Ferrari Caught Racing In LA Neighborhood. A Middle Eastern sheikh who claimed to own a Ferrari caught on video zooming through Beverly Hills apparently left the US, police said Thursday. Khalid bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar says he owns the car. It's unclear who was driving.

► Raw: Oldest Male Panda Marks 30th Birthday 

► Raw: Annual Hajj Pilgrimage Begins  || ► Raw: Aftermath Of Deadly Saudi Stampede || ► Raw: Death Toll Jumps in Hajj Stampede Aftermath  || ► Raw: Pope Prays For Victims of Hajj Stampede 

► Milwaukee Zoo Welcomes New Baby Giraffe 

Boehner Stuns Congress By Announcing Resignation  ||Boehner Stuns Congress By Announcing Resignation 

Obama, Chinese President Toast To Friendship 
Putin Tells Charlie Rose He's Not A Czar 
Donald Trump Unveils Tax Policy

Gaza could be 'uninhabitable' by 2020: UN
Khamenei says Iran will not negotiate with U.S. beyond nuclear talks
■ What worries Americans most about China?
■ Russia sends ships, aircraft and forces to Syria: U.S. officials
'Super-Henge' Revealed: A New English Mystery Is Uncovered
 Donald Trump, Ben Carson surging in GOP race: Poll
■ Germany fails to heal European rift over migrants
Global warming to pick up in 2015, 2016: experts
■ Body of seventh hiker found in Zion National Park in Utah
■ Saudi Arabia says 310 pilgrims dead in hajj stampede
 Putin plans air strikes in Syria if no U.S. deal reached: Bloomberg
■ Saudi under fire after hajj stampede kills more than 700
■ What it's like to visit Egypt now as a 1st-time tourist
■ 'Cheers' but no cheer: Obama and Putin's grim toast
Obama and Putin meet on Syria, remain divided on Assad's fate
Russian media talk up Putin's speech
■ At U.N., Castro says U.S. must end embargo to have normal Cuba ties
■ How to Return to a Normal Life After You're Diagnosed With a Chronic Illness 
John Boehner vs. the 'crazies': Should GOP just let tea party win?

FINANCE : This 23-year-old model who was discovered on Instagram just made history for H&M

George Clooney Reveals How He Drunkenly Ended Up in Bed With Cindy Crawford -- And She Was Married!
■ Kim Kardashian: I'm "Sick to My Stomach" When Khloe Flirts With Ex Lamar Odom 

TV : Johnny Depp's Daughter Lily-Rose and Natalie Portman Look So Much Alike It's Scary!

■ Overgrown Australian sheep Chris 'breaks world record'
US and Saudis seek common ground
■ Five reflections on Europe's migrant crisis
India dog cull causes controversy and heartache
 Vietnam-US relations: What the Vietnamese say
■ Guatemalans vote amid political turmoil
■ Frosty relations over future of the Arctic
Europe migrant crisis: Germany expects 40,000 weekend arrivals
■ Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe reads wrong speech
Hajj stampede: At least 453 killed in Saudi Arabia

Hajj stampede 'beyond human control'  - Saudi Arabia's most senior cleric, the grand mufti, says Thursday's stampede that killed more than 700 people was "beyond human control".
* Disaster puts pressure on Saudis
* What we know so far
* Jamarat bridge, a deadly pinch point
* Hajj pilgrim 'very scared'

■ A Point of View: Is it ever right to try to create a superior human being?
■ Who, What, Why: Can a bang on the head cause a bald spot?
A nation of tall cheese-eaters 

■ Sierra Leone village in quarantine after Ebola death
Aspirin 'might boost cancer therapy'
■ Diabetes drug may help in leukaemia
■ Assisted Dying Bill: MPs reject 'right to die' law

■ 'Snail's pace' row over progress at UN climate talks
Lisa Pathfinder: Gravity quest set to go into orbit- by : Jonathan Amos/ Science correspondent
Earth's trees number 'three trillion' - By Jonathan Amos/ BBC Science Correspondent
New human-like species discovered in S Africa
Next two years hottest, says Met Office

EDUCATION & FAMILY : Lack of science and maths skills 'can hamper adults'

BUSINESS : German finance minister Schaeuble warns of market bubble

Starfish-killing robot close to trials on Great Barrier Reef
■ Flaws found in Ashley Madison password protection
■ 'Dislike' button coming to Facebook

In the air - Ten reasons to love autumn
Animals can become mentally ill - Disorders like anxiety aren't limited to humans

Is another human living inside you? Your body may be a fusion of two people
Why do you get 'brain freeze'?
Are you taking too many pictures?
How to spot a liar
 Is alcohol actually bad for you?
The strangest form of consciousness - The people with 'blindsight' who see the world like no other humans

10 things we didn't know last week 

"When they wish to eat a vulture, they call it a guinea fowl" An Ethiopian proverb sent by Yibekal Abebe Tessema, Zurich, Swizerland
"If you see someone who is afraid of being identified, he is guilty of something" - A Hausa proverb sent by Safynaz Isabelle Cisse, London, The UK
"A wise visitor leaves firewood behind"-A Tonga proverb sent by Moses, Choma, Zambia
"The forest yields when you are tired"-A Shona proverb sent by Kudzai Makomva, Harare, Zimbabwe

MAKS airshow highlights: No-runway plane, PAK FA 5G jet in action (VIDEOS)
China marks 70th V-Day anniversary with spectacular parade (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
► US State Dept. nervous about 'press reports' of Russian military in Syria
► Thousands of refugees reach Germany after Hungary & Austria surrender to exodus
► California EPA mulls labeling Monsanto's Roundup as being 'known to cause cancer'
US reputation suffers when it stands against human rights & rule of law – Snowden
► France eyes strikes against ISIS in Syria – report
► 'West creates refugees by destroying Islamic nations' – Chechen leader
► 'Ukraine situation depends on its people's patience, not on Russia' – Putin
Terrorist threat level in Russia in decline - security chief
Communists seek tougher legal protection for state symbols of past & present
► Palestinian flag to fly at UN HQ after 119 nations vote 'yes'
► 107 dead after crane collapses at world's holiest mosque in Mecca
► Rally in central London in solidarity with refugees
► $11mn, 36-hour historic head transplant to be carried out in China in 2017
► GoPro obsessed: Biker tests limits by riding off dam for prize (VIDEO)
Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership election
► Don't try this at home: See the impact of a Taser in slow motion (VIDEO)
Putin, Berlusconi hold informal meeting in Crimea
► Putin: ISIS has designs on Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem, endangers Europe & Russia
Refugees start sit-down hunger strike on Hungary-Serbian border - reports
► 'This is the first step': Okinawa governor to revoke approval to move US base
► N. Korea says ready to respond to US hostility 'with nuclear weapons anytime
► Egyptian mogul identified & negotiating to buy 2 Greek islands for refugees
Russian anti-gay lawmaker challenges Sir Elton John to verbal duel
Mecca stampede: 717 people killed, 863 injured in Hajj crush (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
US 'preparing' for hybrid warfare with Russia in Baltics – report
AFP journalists 'assaulted by IDF soldiers' in West Bank (VIDEO)
German nurse shocked after being forced out of flat to make way for refugees  
'US has been veto champion in UN for decades' Chomsky to RT  
Sporting solidarity: Sports stars & teams aid refugees fleeing warzones
► Chechen leader Kadyrov takes 1,000 Syrian refugees out for holiday feast in German restaurant
'Constructive & surprisingly frank': Putin meets Obama on UNGA sidelines
► Violence instead of democracy: Putin slams 'policies of exceptionalism and impunity' in UN speech 
Obama to UN: US ready to work with Russia and Iran on Syria  
West should draw lessons from past mistakes, respect UN authority – FM Lavrov to RT
NASA confirms: Mars has liquid water
► 'We have no obsession that Russia must be a superpower' – Putin 
► 'Marx is back in fashion' - Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell
One of Europe's largest mosques opens in Moscow (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Trump breaks up with Miss Universe
Bank of America sees recovery in Russian economy

Flying over Fukushima: Spooky drone footage of abandoned nuke station
■ Speed festival at MAKS 2015: Jets & helicopter vs Formula & sports cars
■ Nerves of steel: Hiker encounters black bears face-to-face, escapes unharmed

■ Gym & BBQ: Putin, Medvedev enjoy healthy Sunday in Sochi

■ Russian & Chinese Navy wrap up Joint Sea 2015 drills with parade
■ Laughing, Clapping & Smoking: Kim Jong Un sure does enjoy his rocket launches
■ Terror on Terror: Ex-CIA chief wants to use Al-Qaeda to fight ISIS
■ Putin teams up with Russian legends, scores twice in hockey match 
■ 'Oldest' Koran discovery: Predates prophet Mohammed?
■ 'Right to veto essential to prevent disaster' - Russia's UN ambassador
■ RAW: Texas cops shoot, kill man standing still with hands raised
China's V-Day military parade in Beijing 2015. Around 12,000 troops, 500 military vehicles and over 200 military aircraft were showcased in a spectacular parade marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and China's victory in the War of Resistance against Japan at Beijing's Tiananmen Square || ■ Never-seen-before weaponry: Highlights of China V-Day 2015 parade

Desperate refugee pushes wife & kid on rail tracks as police hustle asylum seekers off train. Syrian refugee pushes his wife and their young kid on the rail tracks after Hungarian police stopped a train with asylum seekers in the Hungarian town of Bicske not allowing them to continue their journey to Western Europe ||Syrian refugees in Lebanon fear fleeing unrest again, may head to Europe

Lebanese communists gear up to fight ISIS: 'We are sons of this land and won't leave it'
Nothing to see here: Just Putin cuddling a fluffy cat
Hooligans vs refugees: Clashes at Budapest train station
Are you Syrious? 'Putin admits Russia's aiding Syrian army in war' – western media claim
Out of service: 50K US war veterans surviving on homeland's streets
■ 'Gaza to be unlivable by 2020': No clean water, proper food, electricity
■ ISIS vs Christ (RT Documentary)
■ Thailand meteorite caught on dashcam: Huge fireball lights up sky over Bangkok
■ US tried to block Russian aid planes for Syria from Greek airspace
■ Germany faces massive anti-migrant vs pro-migrant standoff
■ Israel to demolish thousands of Palestinian buildings in West Bank
■ Tsunami-like wall of water after floods hit Japan, tens of thousands evacuated
Russian military hardware in action - Exercise expo HQ (Day 2)
9/11 anniversary - US remembers victims (Commemoration Ceremony)
■ Tasered to death: Mentally ill woman dies after brutal restraint in US jail
■ Makkah crane collapse: Dozens dead in tragedy in Mecca's Grand Mosque
Woman of steel: Russian athlete moves tram car

■ 'JezWeDid!' Moment Jeremy Corbyn announced new Labour Party leader || ■ 'Blair's Bane': Radical leftist Jeremy Corbyn wins
UK Labour leadership election ||Jeremy Corbyn sings in pub celebrating election as Labour party leader

'Refugees welcome here': Thousands join support march in London
Russian volunteer to have world's 1st head transplant: 36-hr $11mn operation
■ 'Period of tolerance for illegal migrants ends' – top Hungarian politician
■ Watch out! Siri and A.I. helpers may broadcast all your secrets!
Stunning GoPro: Russian Cosmonaut duo perform 5 hour spacewalk outside ISS
German riot police smash innocent bystander unconscious during Hamburg clashes
Palestinian fired in Israel... because he is Abdallah
Topless FEMEN disrupt Muslim conference in France, get kicked 
IDF storms Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem AGAIN with stun grenades and tear gas
Japan' largest volcano Mount Aso erupts, shooting ash & billowing smoke into sky
Rampaging elephant disrupts traffic, chases biker in India
Drone buzzes ever-growing sinkhole in Russia 
■ 'We need to abandon double standards to combat ISIS' – Putin 

■ 'Only through dialogue can we reach political goals' – Assad  ||Syria 'in a state of complete war' with terrorism - Assad (FULL INTERVIEW)   ||'West crying for refugees with one eye, aiming gun with the other'Assad 

BMW CEO faints during news conference at Frankfurt Auto Show 
US State Dept spox almost cracks over ISIS and Syria regime change charges  

■ RAW: 8.3 earthquake strikes off the coast of central Chile || Chile Earthquake: Aerial shots of destructive aftermath of tsunami

Putin-posing pranksters who fooled Sir Elton John spill the beans to RT  
Russia to consider sending troops to Syria if requested 
■ RAW: Putin watches Russian army bomb the hell out of a military polygon 
■ Putin to Netanyahu: Syrian army too busy saving country to threaten Israel
Saudis spreading radical ideology, causing mass murder, destroying states: ex-Iraqi Def Min
US sends 20 nukes to Germany despite Bundestag decision
■ 'No Russian isolation, involved in solving global problems' envoy Churkin to RT

■ One of Europe's largest mosques opens in Moscow || ■ Putin, Abbas, Erdogan attend Moscow Grand Mosque opening ceremony

Mecca Stampede: Hundreds killed and injured at Hajj pilgrimage || ■ GRAPHIC: Hundreds dead in Mecca stampede during Eid al-Adha

■ 'Real muslim would never do that': ISIS attacks Yemen mosque during holiday prayers
Pregnant dog entombed alive under pavement, rescued by local residents in Russia

Putin: Assad's enemies may be portrayed as opposition, but he fights terrorists || ■ UNGA 70th session - RT special coverage (Sept 27, 2015) || ■ 'US cannot solve world's problems alone': Obama addresses UNGA (FULL SPEECH) || ■ 'Do you realise what you've done?' Putin addresses UNGA 2015 (FULL SPEECH) || ■ 'Iran will not forget imposed war & sanctions': Iranian : President Rouhani UNGA FULL SPEECH
■ 'Russia & US need to cooperate, not to be fighting each other' – Collin Powell's ex-chief of staff  || ■ UNGA 70th session - RT special coverage Part 2 (UNGA Day 1, Sept 28) ||Putin: Obama and Hollande are not Syrian citizens, can't decide Syria's future ||Escobar: US-led coalition can't defeat ISIS without Syria and Russia || ■ High voltage: Putin & Obama address UN hours before long-awaited meeting

Talk to Al Jazeera - Abderrahmane Sissako: 'The Islam of Timbuktu was taken hostage'
Inside Story: Dark day for press freedom?
Counting the Cost - Black Monday: The great fall of China
Inside Story - Will the protests in Malaysia gain momentum?
My Nigeria - Kate Henshaw: Playing a Part
Inside Story - Refugees and Europe's dilemma
Witness - Village at the End of the World
Al Jazeera World - Dalit Muslims of India
► Pope says Catholic priests can now forgive abortion
People and Power - Torture in Tunisia
Inside Story: China flexes its military muscle
101 East - Waiting For Eviction
UpFront - Edward Snowden speaks to Mehdi Hasan 
Inside Story: Morocco votes
Egypt: Journalism on trial - The Listening Post (full)
Counting the Cost - The new cold war: The race for Arctic oil and gas
Inside Story - Desperate journeys
Inside Story - Migration in Morocco: residency granted
► My Nigeria - Gbenga Sesan: Connecting a Million
Inside Story - Europe debating Syria's war
Fault Lines - Invisible Hands
Inside story - Myanmar in transition
Al Jazeera World - The Mother Refugees
Inside Story - Push for Sanaa?
101 East - Murder in Malaysia
UpFront - Is al-Qaeda a myth?
Inside Story: A new member of the human family?
Talk to Al Jazeera - Showdown in Guatemala: Ending an era of impunity? 
Spinning the refugee crisis - The Listening Post (Full)
TechKnow - Playing with fire
Witness - The Flying Stars
Renewed violence at the Al Aqsa
Counting the Cost - The billion dollar business of refugee smuggling
Inside Story- Can the Schengen treaty survive?
Can Joseph Kabila cling to power?
Inside Story - Can Netanyahu change Al Aqsa status quo? 
Witness - Chinese Dreamland 
Al Jazeera World - Exile In New Caledonia 
Inside Story : Why are coups common in Africa? Burkina Faso is the latest African country to experience a military coup.
101 East - White Gold 
Inside Story - Can US strategy work against Boko Haram?
UpFront - What is the solution to the war in Yemen?  
Japan passes controversial security laws
Counting the Cost - Why is the US Federal Reserve holding interest rates?  
A second chance for Greece's Alexis Tsipras  
Inside Story : Can the world rely on renewable energy?
People and Power - Killing Kenya 
Can China's president reassure US investors? 
101 East - South Korea: Kimchi Crazy 
Concerns raised after hundreds killed in Saudi Arabia  
Upfront : Has Obama failed Syria? 
Disrupting the media with disruptive politics - Listening Post (Full)
Women Make Change - Kenya's Water Women
UN chief: Hungary's refugee policy 'utterly appalling'  
Counting the Cost - Can the world end poverty in 15 years?  
Inside Story : Can Tehran deliver a solution on Syria?
Talk to Al Jazeera - Jeremy Corbyn: You can't defeat ISIL just with bombs
My Nigeria - Sandra Aguebor: Lady Mechanic

Warm Welcome for Refugees - Over 7,000 fleeing their Arab and Asian homelands reached their dream destinations of Germany and Austria, completing epic journeys by boat, bus, train and foot. Austrian onlookers cheered their arrival, with many shouting "Welcome!" in both German and Arabic
* Cultures Clash as Syrian Migrants Come Ashore on Greek Paradise
* Here's How You Can Help Migrants in Europe
* David Miliband Condemns 'Mean-Minded' European Response to Migrant Crisis
* Europe's 'Moment of Truth'
* The Child Who's Become a Symbol of Europe's Migrant Crisis
* The U.N.'s Original Refugees

► Oregon Judge Under Investigation After Refusal to Perform Gay Marriages

JOE KLEIN : Why It's Good News That the Iran Deal Will Go Forward
TARA JOHN : Meet the Man Shaking Up Britain's Political Establishment
JEFFREY KLUGER : How to Kill a Satellite—and Why You'd Want to Do It 
KATY STEINMETZ / SAN FRANCISCO : Hate People? Love Quinoa? Your Dream Restaurant Just Opened
MARK THOMPSON : The Pentagon's Dubious Dogfight
TANYA BASU : Feeling Sad Turns Your World Gray — Literally
BELINDA LUSCOMBE : CEO Moms, They're Not Just Like Us
JEFFREY KLUGER : The Pope Makes Peace Between Science and Faith   
JOE KLEIN : Marco Rubio Earns His Place in the Republican Top Tier
BELINDA LUSCOMBE : The Surprising Things Pope Francis Said to Congress About Family
CECILE RICHARDS : Congress Is Playing a Political Game
IAN BREMMER : These 5 Facts Explain Why We Need the United Nations
KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR : Ignorance vs. Reason in the War on Education
JOE BIDEN : Pope Francis Is Taking Us Back to the Basics

Donald Trump Stumbles on Foreign Policy Knowledge in New Interview

► Opponents of Iran Nuclear Deal Still Hope for Disapproval Resolution

► Here's Why Facebook Wants a 'Dislike'Button

The Last Border Crossing - A dusty dirt road that cuts through the cornfields where northwest Serbia meets Croatia has become the main entry into the European Union for refugees, with crossings in Hungary and elsewhere in Croatia sealed as the mass migration continues
* The Migrant Crisis Is a Major Test for European Identity — and Unity
* Hungarian Police Use Tear Gas on Migrants 
* Progress in Africa Will Help Ease the Global Migrant Crisis
* What Happens After Europe Allows The Migrants In?

Obama to Nominate First Openly Gay Leader of Army

Philly Awaits Pope Francis - Pope Francis will spend the last two days of his U.S. tour in Philadelphia, in what is expected to be the part of his visit most centered on ordinary Catholics: a rally that will culminate in an outdoor Mass for a million people
* Pope Francis, At Home Among the Schoolchildren
* Pope Calls on U.N. to Build 'Universal Fraternity'
* Pope Francis Preaches Against 'Hate and Revenge' at 9/11 Memorial
* Pope Francis Calls for U.S. Congress to Be Better
* Here Are the Best Instagram Photos of Pope Francis' Visit
* Pope Francis Is Dropping a Pop-Rock Album

California's drought: Huge water savings suggest a 'soft path' solution - Peter H. King
Experts envision a mix of smart landscaping and increased efficiencies in homes, industry and agriculture, rather than building dams and moving water long distances.
* VIDEO : Sonoma County's water conservation efforts
L.A. plans to undo 2012 pension cuts in new union pay deal

SPORTS : Mayor Eric Garcetti travels to Switzerland with delegation boosting L.A.'s Olympics bid

HEALTH : Who needs a gym when you can work out at home for free with YouTube trainers?

Big crowds at LAX expected to break Labor Day weekend record
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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)