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Don’t be afraid to create: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s life-changing advice on trusting your instincts

In general, I think it’s wise to be self-critical. But I also believe that—in the deepest sense—we must trust our instincts and have the courage to put our ideas out into the world.

A British nuclear test last June accidentally sent an unarmed missile hurtling towards the US

The first test of Britain’s nuclear defense system in four years, which took place in June 2016, accidentally fired an unarmed missile towards the US, the Sunday Times uncovered.

Women for and against Trump discuss women’s rights in a post-Obama America

The women who descended on Washington, DC, this weekend could be categorized by their headwear: red baseball caps versus knit pink hats shaped like cat ears.

The joyous dance party outside “Daddy Pence’s” house celebrated the fierce resilience of queer bodies

For LGBT activists and most humans invested in equality and justice, Mike Pence is troubling, if not terrifying.

Trump officially won’t release his tax returns, but most Americans still want to see them

US presidential candidates in recent history have released their tax returns during the election campaign to show the American people there could be no conflict of interest from previous business dealings, and serves as a reference point for any potential president’s pre-inaugural wealth.

“Alternative facts”: Trump’s first full day as president was spent fighting the free press

"Alternative facts are not facts. They are falsehoods," Chuck Todd tells Pres. Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway this morning.

Now’s the time to bet on Africa’s supermarkets

The investment case for Africa requires taking the long view, especially when it comes to thinking about serving consumers on the continent.

Magic and dancing: Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Congratulations! Your child is already a creative genius by virtue of being human. Humans are far more creative than any other species.

Gambia’s longtime autocratic leader finally leaves the country and go into exile

Gambia’s former president Yahya Jammeh finally left the country on Saturday evening local time after several days of negotiations with West African leaders and Gambia’s incoming government over the terms of his exit from office.

The gross reason you’ll be paying a lot more for salmon this year

Lox lovers and sashimi devotees, prepare to shell out this year. According to the Nasdaq Salmon Index, salmon prices are at historic highs—and it’s all because of one tiny, nefarious little creature.

One out of every 100 Americans took to the street for the Women’s March, according to estimates

On Saturday (Jan. 21), Women’s March protests flooded public spaces in hundreds of cities across the US.

We asked a bunch of Trump supporters at a “DeploraBall” about what it means to be a deplorable

Far away from the hectic downtown Washington, DC, a ballroom in the Bolger Center, a hotel in Potomac, Maryland, filled on inauguration night with around 200 Trump supporters in rainbow bow ties, gold suits, and leather pants.

“You have to stand behind your man”—The women who voted for Donald Trump

The day before hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, thousands of other women showed up to witness Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Craigslist confessional: “She sat down with her husband and told him she was in love with another man.”

This entry is part of a series called Craigslist Confessional. Writer Helena Bala has been meeting people via Craigslist and documenting their stories for nearly two years.

The world couldn’t afford engineering degrees without philosophy majors

Few investments pay off better than a good college degree. But not all degrees are equal. An engineering major will probably earn more than a philosophy major.

Scientists have caught viruses talking to each other—and that could be the key to a new age of anti-viral drugs

Some of the greatest scientific discoveries have been accidental. To that list, Israeli scientists have added one more.

Hi-tech pods that allow human beings to hibernate for long-distance space travel are about to become a reality

On Oct. 7, 2006, Mitsutaka Uchikoshi left a barbecue on Mt. Rokko in western Japan, deciding to walk down the mountain rather than taking a cable car with his friends.

Donald Trump is finally in the White House, and Alec Baldwin is nowhere to be found on “SNL”

Either Alec Baldwin had other commitments this week, or the writers at Saturday Night Live realized just how good a thing they had going with cast regular Beck Bennett’s impression of Vladimir Putin.

They’re with her: The men of the Women’s March on Washington, DC

Hundreds of thousands of women gathered at the National Mall the day after Donald Trump’s Inauguration.

The truth about the crowd at Trump’s inauguration in one photo

As millions of people gathered around the world to protest President Donald Trump’s presidency, press Secretary Sean Spicer gave an impromptu briefing in which he chastised the media for being dishonest, threatening to “hold the press accountable as well.” He said that reporters misrepresented the size of crowd on the wall in Washington, DC yesterday for Trump’s inauguration.