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Today in History

The Pilgrims sight Cape Cod.
In Vienna, Composer Franz Schubert dies of syphilis at age 31.
Julia Ward Howe writes “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” while visiting Union troops near Washington.
Lincoln delivers the “Gettysburg Address” at the dedication of the National Cemetery at the site of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Bulgarians, led by Stefan Stambolov, repulse a larger Serbian invasion force at Slivnitsa.
James Reed and two accomplices rob the Watt Grayson family of $30,000 in the Choctaw Nation.
The Great “City Fire” in London breaks out.
100 people drown in the English Channel as the steamer Hilda sinks.
New York receives the first Marconi wireless transmission from Italy.
The Allies ask China to join the entente against the Central Powers.
The Oklahoma State Senate ousts Governor Walton for anti-Ku Klux Klan measures.
Leon Trotsky is expelled from the Politburo in the Soviet Union.
Soviet forces take the offensive at Stalingrad.
Prince Ranier III is crowned the 30th Prince of Monaco.
Scandinavian Airlines opens a commercial route from Canada to Europe.
Apollo 12 touches down on the moon.
The New York stock market takes its sharpest drop in 19 years.
Patty Hearst is released from prison on $1.5 million bail.
U.S. Steel agrees to pay $6.3 million for Marathon Oil.
Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, meet for the first time.
In the largest civil verdict in US history, Pennzoil wins $10.53 billion judgement against Texaco.
Pop duo Milli Vanilli are stripped of their Grammy Award after it is learned they did not sing on their award-winning Girl You Know Its True album.
Canada’s Lt. Gen. Maurice Baril arrives in Africa to lead a multinational force policing Zaire.
The US House of Representatives begins impeachment hearings against President Bill Clinton.
New Zealand suffers its worst mining disaster since 1914 when the first of four explosions occurs at the Pike River Mine; 29 people are killed.

These Are the Sexiest Clothes for Men

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According to this reddit thread, it's time to roll up your sleeves and throw on a henley

Easy Ways To Soothe Your Itchy Vagina

Things You Should Know Before You Try the Paleo Diet

paleo diet tips5 Things You Should Know Before You Try the Paleo Diet
The Paleo Diet, also known as the "caveman" diet, has its perks—but there are some things you need to know before you go all in

Only One in Ten Americans Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables

Forget Tofurky

Signs Your Metabolism Is Out Of Whack

Metabolism out of whack
​6 Signs Your Metabolism Is Out Of Whack
Are you cold all the time?

If You've Been Congested For Months ...

Nasal Polyps
If You've Been Congested For Months, This Problem May Be To Blame
Nasal polyps sound just about as sexy as they are.

Can Acupuncture Really Help You Lose Weight?

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The ancient practice can help relieve pain, but its ability to help you shed pounds isn't quite as clear

If You're Obese, a Single Gene May Be to Blame

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One gene "could be fueling the obesity epidemic," according to a study performed on mice

What Energy Drinks Actually Do To Your Body

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Love Red Bull? A new review has some bad news for you

Why Your Eye Can't Stop Twitching

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Here's Why Your Eye Can't Stop Twitching
It's not just because you're stressed

Types Of People At Risk For Blood Clots

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Find out if you're at risk for a dangerous—or even deadly—one

Don't Freak Out, But Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea Is Coming to North America

Drug Resistant Gonorrhea
Don't Freak Out, But Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea Is Coming to North America
The strain, which was just found in Canada for the first time, is resistant to one of the last remaining drugs used to treat it

Now That Weed Is Legal, California Politicians Have a New Drug in Mind for Decriminalization

Pistols in Preschools

America and Its Allies Are Underestimating North Korea's Other Big Threat

Owners Of 'Fuck Trump' Truck In Texas Are Not Sorry

Owners Of 'F**k Trump' Truck In Texas Are Not Sorry

Michigan lottery sellers caught stealing winning tickets from customers

Employees at stores that sell lottery tickets in Michigan have been caught scamming customers out of winning tickets...

Fox 'News' Has a Homophobic New Conspiracy Theory This Holiday Season

Actress Lena Dunham defends 'Girls' writer accused of rape

Actress and "feminist" Lena Dunham is being slammed for defending a writer and producer on her HBO hit show 'Girls' after he was accused of raping an actress when she was 17-years-old.
Aurora Perrineau, known for her role as Shana in 'Jem and The Holograms,' went public with allegations against writer and producer Murray Miller after filing a police report with the Los Angeles County, The Wrap reported. But, according to "insider knowledge" of the situation, Dunham said the accusation against her colleague was “one of the 3 percent of assault cases that are misreported every year.”

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Shouldn’t Be Anywhere Near The Bench After Minimizing Sexual Assault

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Shouldn’t Be Anywhere Near The Bench After Minimizing Sexual Assault
O'Neill wants you ladies to stop with the sexual assault complaints, or as he calls them, "sexual indiscretions." He is "sooooo disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago."…

Washington neo-Nazi found guilty of killing three friends

Brent Ward Luyster, an infamous neo-Nazi from Washington state, killed three of his friends and fellow skinheads last summer — allegedly because he learned the FBI was investigating him on weapons charges.
As The Daily Beast reports, Luyster was found guilty on Friday of three counts of first-degree aggravated murder, as well as “one count of attempted first-degree murder, and first- and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.”
Though Luyster entered a not guilty plea and his lawyer claimed he had no motive to kill his best friend Zachary Thompson, as well as his friend Joseph Lamar and Lamar’s girlfriend Janell Knight, the prosecution claimed otherwise.

Indiana wingnut charged with 3 counts of child molestation after allegedly assaulting two ten-year-old girls

Wingnut Indianapolis city councilman Jeff Miller has been charged with three counts of child molestation...

How NASA watches for doomsday events

 About 17,000 undetected asteroids that are large enough to be a concern to NASA may be lurking near Earth, according to a recent report. That doesn’t mean it’s time to panic or start declaring that the world will end on Sunday (or any other day this year) because some non-existent planet is rapidly approaching Earth, but it does illustrate how seriously federal agencies and international organizations take real threats like asteroids and space weather.

Unlocking the mysteries of Mars volcanoes

Mars famously has the largest volcanoes known to science. The largest is Olympus Mons, which towers 22km above the surrounding plains – over two and a half times taller than Mount Everest. This extinct volcano is 640km wide even at its narrowest point, greater than the distance between London and Glasgow, or Los Angeles and San Francisco. And Olympus Mons isn’t alone in the Earth-beating stakes – three other Martian volcanoes are more than 10km high.

Pacific Threat

Pacific Island nations are expected to lose 50 to 80 percent of fish species by the end of the century.
The alarming number was published in a study by the Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program in Marine Policy. The oceans in the Pacific Islands in particular, according to the study, are expected to be the most severely affected by climate change in the next century. These waters are already the warmest of the global ocean, and with less seasonal variability, animals in this area may be more shocked by changing conditions.

Chimpanzees display disgust response similar to humans

Chimpanzees are our close relatives. It is widely known that humans share about 95 percent of their genetic material with chimps and bonobos. But, on the surface, the differences are stark. Chimpanzees are much bigger and stronger than humans, are better climbers and have longer hands. We can chalk up several such structural differences, but the similarities are undeniable.

Animal Pictures