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  • You Recap: Kidnapped by Danger

    How do I choose a favorite character discovery in this week’s installment of You? Is it that Benji accidentally did a murder during some extra-reckless frat hazing in a swimming pool? Is it that Professor Perv #MeToo’ed at least six other young women besides Beck? Is it that Ethan, by ... More

    Vulture
  • Why Afghanistan is more dangerous than ever

    The Taliban are mounting deadly attacks across Afghanistan, and the 17-year war has no clear end in sight.

    BBC News
  • The Trump Economy Is in Danger

    “Oh, when will they ever learn?” asked Pete Seeger in 1955. Surely not by 2008, when Lehman Brothers, the fourth largest bank in America, was forced to file for bankruptcy after 158 years in business because Wall Street titans had failed to learn the lesson of crises past: that they must all hang together or most assuredly they would all hang separately, to borrow from that 18th century font of wisdom, Benjamin Franklin.

    The Weekly Standard
  • Betting this angle could be a dangerous trap

    One of the most dangerous traps that can snare casual gamblers is falling for the “Coach as Savior” fallacy. Two examples of that square off Saturday at noon on FS1 when Nebraska visits Michigan in Big Ten play. Jim Harbaugh arrived in Michigan in 2015, hyped as a virtual sure thing to return the Wolverines...

    New York Post
  • How dangerous is flying in high winds?

    The sight of planes swaying in gales is unlikely to encourage nervous fliers. But how risky is flying in high winds?

    The Telegraph
  • Imperialism Will Be Dangerous for China

    Beijing risks blowback as it exports surplus economic capacity to Africa and Asia.

    WSJ
  • Big Brother Recap: Who's in Danger?

    Brett is out, but who's next? The stakes are at an all-time high as Level Six is very close to having the remaining three members make up the final three of Big Brother Season 20.  JC knew he was close to eviction after Angela and Tyler took Brett out of the game during the double eviction. He knew there was something amiss, and also that Tyler was not to be trusted.  We quickly learned that Brett met up with Tyler during the double and Tyler played along with the plan to get either...

    feeds.thehollywoodgossip.com
  • Evacuation ordered in danger zones

    The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) yesterday directed local officials to evacuate areas prone to flooding and landslides in Ilocos, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon and the Cordilleras. by Emmanuel Tupas

    philstar.com
  • Why Hurricane Florence is unusual and dangerous

    Hurricane Florence is expected to bring heavy rains and dangerous storm surge to the Carolinas between Thursday and Saturday. Image: NOAA

    phys.org
  • Why Al Qaeda could be stronger and more dangerous than before

    As we reflect on the horrific day that scarred this country 17 years ago on September 11th, Chris Jansing is joined by LA Times Middle East Foreign Correspondent Nabih Bulos to discuss why Al Qaeda could be stronger and more dangerous than ever before.

    www.msnbc.com
  • Trump´s dangerous Asian game

    By David A. AndelmanSept 10 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had to do some elaborate diplomatic two-steps...

    Mail Online
  • Why is Wetherspoons banning dogs from its pubs?

    What is the rationale behind the decision and are there any exceptions?

    www.independent.co.uk
  • Dogs banned from all Wetherspoons pubs

    From Monday the firm´s policy will be strictly enforced, covering all canines except assistance dogs.

    Mail Online
  • The 25 most dangerous jobs in America

    Find out what the deadliest jobs in America are, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI).

    Newsweek
  • Why is belly fat the most dangerous fat of all?

    Not all fats are equal.

    Newsweek
  • Inside the most dangerous parts of Sellafield

    A look at the technology being used in the clean-up operation at the Sellafield nuclear plant.

    www.bbc.co.uk
  • The Dangers of Ignoring Cognitive Inequality

    On Sunday 28 April 1996, Martin Bryant was awoken by his alarm at 6am. He said goodbye to his girlfriend as she left the house, ate some breakfast, and set the burglar alarm before leaving his Hobart residence, as usual. He stopped briefly to purchase a coffee in the small town of Forcett, where he asked the cashier to “boil the kettle less time.” He then drove to the nearby town of Port Arthur, originally a colonial-era convict settlement populated only by a few hundred people. It was here that...

    Quillette
  • China's Navy: Just How Dangerous?

    Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia The PLAN has made big strides in the last few years. But how tough are they? The breakneck pace of Chinese naval construction makes the People’s Liberation Army Navy a force to watch. The PLAN is not only in the process of modernizing but also expanding, with shipbuilding schedules not seen since the height of the Cold War. From carriers to corvettes, the Chinese Navy is expanding faster than any other navy on the planet. As a result, it’s often useful to check in...

    The National Interest