Andreea Nica
Andreea Nica

Have a Baby Before 30 and It's More Likely to Die

A study conducted in the UK reveals that maternal age is linked to childhood mortality. As researchers say women are having children later, research suggests it's for the best.

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Breaking Berkshire: Warren Buffett Tweets Self As Walter White

Warren Buffet took the public by surprise with a tweet of himself dressed up as as Breaking Bad character Walter White. The 82-year-old imitated the actor very well.
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11 Blasphemies to Enjoy On International Blasphemy Day

It's International Blasphemy Day! Here are the top 11 blasphemy-ridden depictions sure to insult, offend, and disrespect. Celebrate this holiday with a little cheer and delight in being offended.
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NRA Elephant Killer Calls Critics Animal Racists

Elephants are considered one of the more intelligent and emotionally developed mammals which is why over 50,000 people were outraged when NBC aired an elephant shot in the face by NRA lobbyist.
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You Won't Believe the Good Deed That Got This Florida Teen Arrested

A teenage employee at Goodwill felt compelled to help customers so he handed out discounts. He was unaware of store policies on the matter, and now faces felony charges for his moral decision.
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NJ Gay Marriage: Judge Strikes Down Ban On Same-Sex Marriages

A New Jersey court has made gay marriage in the state legal, deeming it violative of the state's constituion.

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Put Three Teens in A Car Together and They Are At Increased Odds Of Dying

A recent study shows that if a teen driver is accompanied by adult, car accidents significantly decrease compared to when a teen driver has teen passengers in car.
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This 419-Million-Year-Old Fish Could Hold the Secrets Of Human Evolution

This fossilized armor-covered fish found in China dates to the Silurian era. Scientists believe this find can provide details into the ancestral link to land vertebrates, including humans.
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This Fighter Jet Flies Without a Pilot

No pilot? No problem! A retired F-16 jet that was converted into a drone has completed testing and landed safely in an empty cockpit. U.S. Air Force's F-16 jet will be used for target practice.
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Saudi Princess Who May Have Kept a Slave in California Goes Free

Saudi princess, Meshael Alayban, was accused of keeping a Kenyan woman as a slave in her Calif. condo. She has recently been released of all charges with little proof that she is in innocent.
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11 Amazing Photos From the Bangladesh Factory Protests

As Bangladeshi workers continue in the fight for higher pay, worker's compensation, and maternity leave, factory owners have concerns over delivering products. Factory workers aren't giving up.

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This Man Tried to Ask A Simple Question About Common Core and Got Roughed Up by Security Instead

Has our educational system really come to this? Common Core prohibited citizens from exercising their First Amendment. The injustices this man faced questions the motives of the school board.

Facebook Wants to Track and Store Your Credit Card Activity

Facebook's new mobile app will store your credit card details for future purchases, making it easier for the buyer. But should we believe it?
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Online Teens Need Better Judgment, Not Just An Eraser Button

Young people in California will soon be able to erase everything they post online.
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How Facebook Posts Could Determine Your Credit Score

Be careful who your friends are on social media. Lenders are analyzing consumer digital trends to determine credit-reliability. Are these legitimate business practices or should it be regulated?
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UNAIDS Reports Decreasing HIV Infection, But It's Still Not Enough

The UNAIDS released a report that shows increased funding has led to a significant drop in HIV infection and the number of AIDS-related deaths worldwide. The rate was even lower for children.

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11 Reasons Why You Should Attend An Atheist Church

A new church full of atheists may be coming to a city near you. And a co-founder with pink skinny jeans is just one of the many reasons you should attend.
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Bitcoin is Shaking Up the Online Economy in A Way You'd Never Think

The controversial digital currency that's all the rage for techies is actually being used in an incredible way to improve homelessness in Pensacola, Florida.
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Typhoon Usagi: Storm Tracker Shows Hong Kong is Right in Superstorm's Path

The strongest storm on Earth this year is headed for Hong Kong. It's a super typhoon that's now equivalent to a category 5 hurricane.
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New EPA Carbon Rules Are Promising, But Leave Many Issues Unresolved

The Environmental Protection Agency announced its proposal to restrict the amount of heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants, a move that could transform American industry.