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“Diversity is beauty”: A Somali refugee-turned-model has worn the hijab on fashion’s top runways

After US president Donald Trump’s electoral victory in November, some Muslim women in America reported feeling scared to wear a hijab in public.

The ancient Greeks named six types of love that psychologists still refer to today

When we love a person, we feel emotional arousal in their presence. We will also have a set of thoughts (or cognitions) about that person, and our previous experiences can shape our ideas about what we expect in our relationships.

Trump’s draconian budget proposals will destroy US clean energy innovation

The opening weeks of Donald Trump’s presidency have been a storm of activity. He has released controversial executive orders on everything from immigration to drug trafficking, and faced near-unrelenting scrutiny on the bureaucratic infighting and security concerns that have dogged his young administration.

After nine years of losses worth $75 billion, RBS says a turnaround is just around the corner

The UK’s most-troubled bank is awash in red ink. Today, the Royal Bank of Scotland announced a loss of £7 billion ($8.8 billion) for 2016, more than triple its 2015 loss.

Donald Trump on the Oscars: They’re “just terrible” and should be hosted by Donald Trump

During the Oscars this Sunday, there will be at least one person in your Twitter feed who believes their opinions on the proceedings to be of the utmost importance.

9 Surprising Uses for Empty Beer and Soda Cans

If you enjoy a can or two of beer or soda, you may want to think twice before throwing your empties into the trash or recycling bin.

Which countries make it hardest for citizens to live with foreign spouses

As a citizen of any free country, you might be forgiven for thinking that the person you marry will be able to live with you.

9 Ways Restaurant Menus Are Designed to Make You Spend More

There is no arguing the fact that dining out on a regular basis can bust any budget. But if you understand restaurant menus, and how they're designed to trick you into opening your wallets wide, you can dine wisely and save money.

8 Most Common Mistakes When Doing a Balance Transfer to Eliminate Debt

Many credit cards offer 0% APR promotional financing on balance transfers, allowing you to move debt from high-interest cards onto one that offers zero interest for an introductory promotional period.

3 Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Kids' Book

If you've ever thought about how to make money on the side, you've probably considered writing a book.

Flashback Friday: 23 Mental Tricks That'll Help You Save Money

It turns out that the whole "mind over matter" thing also applies to money. Your ability to save money can be instantly destroyed without the right mental tricks to keep you on track.

Kenya’s international airport finally has clearance to start direct flights to the US

In July 2015, former US president Barack Obama dangled the prospect of direct flights between Kenya and the US.

10 Surprising Ways Real Estate Cuts Your Taxes

Once you own property, you may be eligible for a long list of tax breaks, whether you use it as your primary home, for rental income, or sell it for profit.

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Hong Kong’s love affair with Tesla vehicles looks set to grind to a halt

Over the past three years, Hong Kong has turned into an unexpected hub for the world’s best-known electric car.

New research finds a strong link between air pollution and babies born prematurely

In a far-ranging study analyzing data from 183 countries, researchers have pointed to a strong link between air pollution and preterm babies, estimating that one in five babies (pdf, p.4) are born prematurely because of their mothers’ exposure during pregnancy to high levels of PM2.5, fine particulate matter that can reach deep into the respiratory tract.

Chimamanda Adichie says we don’t have enough children’s books that tell African realities

Chimamanda Adichie is vocal about many things and African literature ranks highly on that list. The Nigerian author, in a video by The Atlantic, says, without enough local alternatives, African children have to read books that don’t portray realities they can identify with.

Countries are using the EU’s greatest fear as their ultimate bargaining chip

Sharing a land border with the European Union comes with both perks and drawbacks. In a bid to boost trade with the EU and promote other aspects of integration, Turkey and Morocco have found that controlling the flow of migrants across their borders with the EU is a powerful bargaining chip.

Mughal emperor Aurangzeb protected Hindu temples more often than he demolished them

Hindu and Jain temples dotted the landscape of Aurangzeb’s kingdom. These religious institutions were entitled to Mughal state protection, and Aurangzeb generally endeavoured to ensure their well-being.

I gave up my perfect Google-charmed life in the US to move back home to India

I am what they call a “US Return.” After more than a decade living in the United States, I moved back to India for good.