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Student Forced to Change Her Outfit Before the Exam

A young girl was asked to change as her attire was deemed inappropriate, preventing her from attending the baccalaureate specialized tests.

Internet puzzles over a mysterious frozen leaping frog

Jumping frog? A hungry predator with a gaping mouth? Even though this image appears to be an animal, it is actually a...

“I was watching the love of my life die” but couldn’t call an ambulance

From meeting on Twitter to getting engaged, Jon Hill and Stefanie Harbeson's romance has been entirely online. In March,...

Abortion Activists Climb NY Time Bldg to Hang Protest Banners – Video shows

A pro-life activist known as the "Pro-Life Spider-Man" scaled the whole 52-story New York Times skyscraper and hung two anti-abortion banners.

Jack Dorsey regrets “flaws” when he was the CEO of Twitter

Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and former CEO of Twitter, posted a series of tweets about the platform's last few weeks.

‘Too white’ hair prevents Brit woman from getting a new passport – this is what she did next

In an interview, a woman talked about how hard it was to get her passport because her hair was "too white".

Man gets richer in lucky scratch but struggles to claim his prize

The young migrant who won $270,000 in March with a $6 scratchcard in the port of Zeebrugge is looking for a way to...

Personality Traits Linked to Cognitive Decline Late in life

Personality traits indicate generally long-lasting patterns of thinking and behaving, which can have a long-term impact on engagement in good and harmful...

This is why cronyism persists – says study

Research published in Economic Inquiry used a novel experimental methodology to dissect the motivations behind cronyism, such as when a manager hires...

He got 90 COVID-19 vaccine shots from different brands

In Germany, a 60-year-old man allegedly got himself vaccinated dozens of times against COVID-19 in order to sell fake vaccination cards with...

Russia lifts Facebook, Instagram ban, just don’t break ‘extremism’ law

Russian courts have ruled that Meta cannot open offices or conduct business in Russia. Citizens of Russia may use...

“A red flag” – Emojis use signals less power than words

If you want to show power think twice before sending an emoji Emoji use in professional contexts was associated with...
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Newly-discovered Fossil “Treasure Hoard” Fills In Missing Pieces Of The Tree Of Life

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) have recently found two fossil repositories in the...

Remains Of A 439-Million-Year-Old Toothed Fish Challenge Long-Held Beliefs About Vertebrate Evolution

An international team of scientists has found toothed fish remains that date back 439 million years, which suggests that the origin of...

New Vaccine For Mosquito-borne Zika Virus Shows Promising Results

UCLA researchers have developed a new Zika virus vaccine that has been shown to be both effective and safe in preclinical mouse models.