Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

mRNA Vaccines Produce Persisting Spike Protein, Likely Causing Clots, Heart Inflammations, Cancers: Dr. Ryan Cole

According to Dr. Ryan Cole, messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines produce persisting spike protein that may cause severe damage ...

Politics | Trump and Clinton

Donald Trump just made an extremely important promise. It’s one of his worst yet.

Trump would cancel the global climate accord. That should worry you -- a lot.

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

Who Can Really Make Us Happy?

One partner's satisfaction in a relationship makes all the difference.

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

Why You Shouldn’t Overthink Your Relationship

Research shows how we go wrong when we try to figure out our feelings.

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

Why You Shouldn’t Overthink Your Relationship

Research shows how we go wrong when we try to figure out our feelings.

Advice & Self-Help | Philosophy

Avoid Procrastination: Funky Tip Makes You Start 4 Times Sooner - PsyBlog

This trick makes you feel closer to your future self so that you start four times sooner.

Health & Fitness | Health

What Alzheimer's Patients Feel After Their Memories Have Vanished - PsyBlog

Is the emotional life of Alzheimer's patients alive and well?

Business & Finance | Jobs

New York City Limits the Use of Credit Checks in Hiring - Talk Poverty

In a rare moment of good news, New York City has decided to remove one of these barriers by limiting the use of credit checks for employment screening. Last month, the City Council voted overwhelmingly to pass the strongest measure in the country on this

News | News

Why Some Men Pretend to Work 80-Hour Weeks

One study found that “passing” was the only way to get ahead.

News | News

How economic inequality harms societies

We feel instinctively that societies with huge income gaps are somehow going wrong. Richard Wilkinson charts the hard data on economic inequality, and shows what gets worse when rich and poor are too far apart: real effects on health, lifespan, even such

Politics | Politics & Opinion

Liberals against Religious Liberty in Indiana, by The Editors, National Review

Liberals against Religious Liberty in Indiana -

Gaming | Gaming, Geeking, Etc

27 Signs You're A Browncoat

You're a big damn hero. For those who have a romantic relationship with Joss Whedon's short-lived space Western series.

History | History

"God's Garden"
The Grossmont Art Colony

by Kathleen Crawford San Diego History Center 1985 Institute of History Images from this article

Music | Music

The Right Way To Complain About The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

There are plenty of things about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's induction process that are worthy of complaint, but the most common gripe isn't one of them.

Travel | Travel

14 Places You'd Never Believe Were In Scotland

Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas... Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn't for the midges, it would be pretty much perfect.

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

How to Spot and Deal With Passive-Aggressive People

8 keys to surviving passive-aggressives at home and at work.

Food & Drink | Food

Tequila 101: Blanco, Añejo, and Everything You Need to Know

You’ve come a long way, tequila. No longer strictly the rallying cry of college kids demanding shots, the by-product of the agave plant is—just like bourbon—a sipping spirit as much as it is a late-night standby.  Here's everything you need t

Humor | Humor

15 Signs Your Love Of Target Is Spiraling Out Of Control

Just stopping in to quickly grab a million things.

History | History

What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science | Science | WIRED

Kent Kiehl has been interviewing psychopaths for more than 20 years. More recently he's acquired a mobile MRI scanner and permission to scan the brains of New Mexico state prison inmates. He talked with WIRED about what's different in the brains

History | History

How did my fellow Irish-Americans get so disgusting?

Stupid tattoos and New Age music on one hand, snarling TV right-wingers on the other. It didn't have to be this way

Miscellaneous | Misc

Mathematics may be able to tell you if your relationship will last

There's a new formula to help you find true love. But is it accurate? VIDEO

History | History

The Origins and Meanings of Ashkenazic Last Names - Jewish Currents

by Bennett Muraskin Ashkenazic Jews were among the last Europeans to take family names. Some German-speaking Jews took last names as early as the 17th century, but the overwhelming majority of Jews lived in Eastern Europe and did not take…

Sports | Sports

After a week of speculation, Texas coach Mack Brown resigns

After a week of back and forth, Texas coach Mack Brown has officially decided to resign. According to Orangebloods.com, Brown, 62, informed his team Saturday afternoon. He will coach the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30.

Miscellaneous | Facebook

Facebook Stands Up For Humiliated Grocery Worker With Asperger's

Chris Tuttle, a grocery store worker with Asperger's syndrome, was reportedly yelled at by a customer for ringing up her purchases too slowly Saturday night. But supporters of Tuttle got in the last word -- and then some.

Miscellaneous | Helping the helpers

Moptwo - CindyGrant

Social Media for people who want to organize and share information in a comprehensive and lasting way. Moptwo: publish your world.

Politics | Abortion

Most Europeans — and Americans — agree with Texas’ abortion law

There aren't many positions on abortion where most Americans have some common ground. But opposition to late-term abortion is one of them. Every modern poll on the issue shows the same thing: Large

Politics | Energy & Environment

Guess what happened when two states tried to stop the EPA’s greenhouse gas rules

A federal court has thrown out a challenge against the Environmental Protection Agency’s rules regarding greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. The suit was brought by Texas and Wyoming.

Politics | Health Care

IRS employees union: Please don’t make us enroll in Obamacare

The union that represents IRS employees is urging its members to write to their congressmen to help get the union out of Obamacare.

Politics | Media Bias

Washington Post Abortion Poll Asks Most Misleading Question In History

The Washington Post polled on a number of abortion questions and released the results Friday. The most interesting takeaway is that by an almost 30 point margin (56%-27%), people favor a ban on abortion after 20 weeks. One question the Post asked, though,

Politics | Media Bias

Poll: Media Out of Touch On Abortion; 56% Support 20-Week Ban

What we had here was yet another case of the media fabricating a reality that doesn't exist; one where Wendy Davis (TX-D) represents mainstream thinking, and most especially, the position of everyday American women. Except she doesn't.

Politics | Media Bias

ABC News Must Release Full, Unedited Interview with Zimmerman Juror

When it comes to the sins committed by the mainstream media in their 18-month crusade to accomplish a media-lynching of George Zimmerman, we have seen countless new lows in an ocean of new lows (including ABC News -- more on that below). Thanks to our own

Politics | Gun Rights

Chicago Hosts Emergency Dem Gun Control Summit

Democrat Reps who are also members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) gathered in Chicago on July 26 to discuss

Politics | Hollywood

Conservative Filmmakers Vow to Work Around Hollywood System

First-time filmmaker Steve Laffey knew he was in trouble when his film Fixing America got beat out for a festival slot by a documentary chronicling the sex change surgery of Cher's child, Chaz Bono. Laffey shared his frustrations and triumphs Friday a

Politics | Hollywood

Jane Fonda Dons Hanoi Jane Shirt to Promote Her Turn as Nancy Reagan

Jane Fonda cut a promotional video for her new project, in which she portrays Jane Fonda, wearing a shirt with a picture of her from her Hanoi Jane days during the '60s.

Politics | Race

Harry Belafonte Tells Breitbart News Tea Party Is to Blame for Racial Division

Entertainer and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte blamed the Tea Party for increasing

Politics | Illegal Immigration

Illegal Immigrants Attend Paul Ryan's Immigration Town Hall

Illegal immigrants attended the town hall event in Racine, WI, where House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) openly discussed the strategy by which he and House GOP leadership plan to pass an immigration reform package.

Politics | Leftist RINOs

EXCLUSIVE--GOP Voters: Oust Congress Members Who Vote to Fund ObamaCare

Polling data obtained exclusively by Breitbart News shows that self-identified conservative and GOP likely voters want their representatives in Congress replaced if they vote in favor of funding Obamacare, even if they had voted against the law in the pas

Politics | Education

North Carolina Ends Tenure, Pay Increases For Higher Degrees

North Carolina took the first step to change their education system and make it better for the children. Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed a bill that eliminates teacher tenure and eliminates automatic pay increases for any teacher who earns a master’s de

Politics | Media Bias

Palin: 'Lapdog' Media Helping Obama 'Run Out the Clock' on Scandals

On Friday, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin blasted the mainstream media for helping the Obama administration distract Americans and orchestrate chaos in order to

Politics | States Rights

Proposed new state in northern Colorado gains traction

A proposal to form a new state in northern Colorado is getting public support.

Politics | Media Bias

Are media buying into ‘phony scandal’ claim?

Conservative leaders allege the media are trying to ignore the once high-profile scandals overshadowing the Obama administration, as President Obama and his aides aggressively push the claim that these controversies are phony. 

Politics | Media Bias

NBC to air miniseries about Hillary Clinton, timed ahead of 2016 presidential elections

A miniseries about Hillary Clinton, timed to precede the 2016 presidential election, is part of NBC's effort to create event programming that will draw viewers to the shrinking world of broadcast network TV, the network's programming chief said Saturday.