Man released in museum crash inquiry

The Met said none of the injuries was believed to be life changing and the majority of those hurt had been discharged by Saturday night. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionVideo shows a man being pinned to the ground near the Natural History Museum Saturday’s incident at

Torture victims were wrongly imprisoned in UK, high court rules

Home Office expected to face dozens of claims for unlawful detention after legal challenge by survivors of serious abuse Hundreds of victims of torture have been wrongly locked up in immigration detention centres, a high court judge has ruled, following a challenge by seven survivors of serious abuse. Mr Justice

Professor Brian Cox Predicts It Won’t Be Long Before Humankind Achieves Immortality

Humanity has been looking for a way to “fix” our own mortality since, well, forever. In medieval times, there were the alchemists who searched for a universal elixir or philosopher’s stone. In the 20th century, people paid to be cryogenically frozen and now we have companies, like Humaii and Carboncopies, using artificial intelligence

The price tag for Pence’s trip to Indianapolis

(CNN)How much did Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Indianapolis to watch — and then abruptly leave — a football game Sunday between the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers cost? The grand total: about $242,500. Some costs of the flight into Los Angeles will be reimbursed by the Republican

The Psychological Reason Some Women Love Wearing All Black

God & Man In color psychology, being drawn to the color black – especially in clothing – often signals a desire to reclaim one’s power. Whether that’s by trying to “shield” from certain emotions, create distance from people, or communicate a need to be respected, preferring to wear all black

I Microdosed With LSD For A Month And This Is What It Did To Me

It’s day 30 of my LSD microdosing experiment, and although I don’t feel anything unusual rippling through my consciousness, my cognitive tests are showing that something is definitely up: According to my mood scores, I’ve become deliriously happy, and a fantasia of fictitious fauna has begun to leak from some

Puerto Rico cell phone service to be restored by Google balloons

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, 83% of cell sites remain out of service in the US territory The US Federal Communications Commission has approved Googles parent company Alphabet Incs application to provide emergency cellular service to Puerto Rico through balloons. In the

Wild monkeys and abusive nationalism: India’s interesting week

Disabled man abused for not standing during the national anthem Taj Mahal dropped from Uttar Pradesh tourist booklet The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world and the biggest tourist attraction in India, has been dropped from the tourist booklet of Uttar Pradesh, the state in which

Love Someone Who Wont Give Up On You

God & Man Love someone who doesn’t see your struggles as an inconvenience. Someone who doesn’t feel pestered by your problems because they know your problems aren’t something you asked for or ever wanted. Someone who understands that if you could make these bad things go away, you could. Love

Crash at London’s Natural History Museum not terror-related, say police

Incident, in which car mounted pavement and left 11 injured, being treated as traffic accident Eleven people have been injured after a minicab driver struck pedestrians outside the Natural History Museum in west London, sparking a major security alert. Scotland Yard said nine of those hurt were taken to hospital

Fed up woman took selfies with catcallers to shine a light on street harassment

Anyone who’s experienced catcalling knows how uncomfortable the experience can be — but one woman has found a way to bring more attention to it.  Last month, Noa Jansma, a 20 year old from Amsterdam, ran a social experiment where she takes selfies with her catcallers and exposes them on