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Proof That Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold

Revenge really is a dish best served cold--as people who feel wronged by someone else can take up to a year to exact retribution, according to new research. ...


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Cats Can’t Taste Sweet

Did you know that cats can’t taste the flavor of sweetness? That’s right. Felines cannot taste sweet. It’s like their tongues are color ...


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Jewish Teens Help Save Man with Swastika Tattoo

It was late at night and a group of Jewish teenagers were on a walk around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir in Massachusetts. Boston College Police Officer ...


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Having trouble sleeping? Try forgiving someone.

One-third of Americans say they lie awake at least a few nights a week. You can try meditation or medication, but according to a study published in the ...


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Don't Let Minor Upsets Rob You

In a classroom full of students, a professor asked: “If you had $86,400.00 and someone stole $10.00 from you, would you throw away the $86,390.00 ...


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The Man Who Found Life and Freedom on Death Row

It is impossible to imagine what it’s like to be accused of a crime you didn't commit, be sentenced to death, and then wait on death row for ...


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Patrick Stewart Now Understands His Father's PTSD

Patrick Stewart, the British-born actor and star of the X-Men films, spent much of his boyhood stepping between his mother and his abusive, alcoholic ...


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SWAT Prank Results in Shooting Death

Police in Glendale, Calif. recently arrested Tyler Barriss, 25, for his role in placing a false 911 call that resulted in the fatal officer-involved shooting ...


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Bruce Springsteen's Fear of Being Loved

Born in 1949, singer Bruce Springsteen was the eldest of three children, and the only son, in a working-class family in Freehold, New Jersey. The house ...


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Nearly 80 Percent of Drivers Have Expressed 'Significant Anger'

According to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, nearly 80 percent of U.S. drivers expressed significant anger, aggression, or road ...


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