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Finding love on the run: The fast rise of mobile dating apps
Mobile dating. It's all the horrors of online dating transferred to your phone, where you get creepy texts from people who view your profile and use your location to stalk you. Right?
Obama strikes back at GOP economic policy
President Barack Obama called the latest addition to the GOP ticket, Rep. Paul Ryan, "a good man, a family man" during a speech in Iowa on Tuesday. But he had little good to say about the Wisconsin congressman's positions on the budget and economy, criticizing Republican economic policy as "trickle-down fairy dust."
Energy drinks remain under scrutiny
A small mention in an obscure regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reveals energy drink maker Monster Beverage is being investigated by a state attorney general.
How long can you live without sunlight?
Russian police have discovered 57 cult members living in an underground bunker in the Republic of Tatarstan. Many of the children ensconced in the bunker have never seen the sun, according to authorities. How long can you live without exposure to sunlight?
Slate: What it's like for a girl gamer
The gaming world can be cruel to women. Mute the trolls.
10 things that kill more people than sharks
You're more likely to be crushed by the vending machine while trying to shake free your Snickers bar than killed by a shark.
Record heat, drought point to longer-term climate issues
Under the most wide-reaching drought since 1956, and torched by the hottest July on record dating from 1895, the United States has been under the kind of weather stress that climatologists say will be more common if the long-standing trend toward higher U.S. temperatures continues. Most immediately affected are the nation's water sources and the people and crops that rely on them.
Slate: 4 steps to avoid getting hacked
Last Friday evening, a hacker got into Mat Honan's Apple account, remotely erased the data on his iPhone, iPad and MacBook, deleted his Google account, commandeered his Twitter account, and then posted a string of nasty stuff under Honan's name.
Court mulls free speech implications of clicking 'like'
Daniel Ray Carter Jr. logged on to Facebook and did what millions do each day: He "liked" a page by clicking the site's thumbs up icon. The problem was that the page was for a candidate who was challenging his boss, the sheriff of Hampton, Va.
For people with depression, magnetic pulses can give relief
Christine Curtis of Sterling, Va., says she is a "happy mom" again, crediting her recovery from debilitating depression to an expensive treatment that sends magnetic pulses into the brain.
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