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  • Man, 21, fighting for his life after being stabbed in south London as capital's crime-wave continues

    A young man is in a life-threatening condition after being stabbed in broad daylight in Croydon town centre. It is the second stabbing to rock London today after a boy, 15, was knifed this morning.

    Mail Online
  • Waves

    Written and directed by Trey Edward Shults, 'Waves' explores grief, trauma and healing as a consequence of a young man snapping under pressure.
  • Authorities investigating Finnish politician for a hate crime. Her 'crime?' Sharing a Bible verse on Facebook.

    A Finnish politician is under investigation for a hate crime — because she shared a Bible verse on her Facebook page. What are the details? Police are investigating former Interior Minister Päivi Räsänen, a Christian Democrat MP, after she shared the Bible verse. The verse, Romans 1:24-27, accompanied a criticism of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland over its participation in the Helsinki LGBT Pride events that took place in June. The New International Version translation of...

  • Life on the ocean wave

    A makeover for this one-bed flat in St Leonards harks back to the building’s Art Deco origins Marine Court in St Leonards near Hastings has had a chequered life, but started out with lofty aspirations. It was built as a set of “commodious modern flats”, aimed at well-to-do Londoners looking for a chic weekend retreat by the sea. Its ambitious design emulated the ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, with stepped-in “decks” and sea-facing balconies. When completed, architects Kenneth Dalgleish and Roger K...

    the Guardian
  • The Crime Decline Might Be Over

    America's long-running crime decline appears to have come to a halt, a new report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics indicates. The post The Crime Decline Might Be Over appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • Making waves with metamaterials

    For Jordan Raney, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, cutting-edge science sometimes involves whacking a rubber disc with a hammer.
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