Community outraged by Kenosha billboard featuring killer cop's beaming face

Image posted by Kenosha Professional Police Association prompts anger from community after Pablo Torres killed Aaron Siler, 26

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American anti-abortion activist tactics threaten to infiltrate Europe

US clinics now provide escorts for patients attending women's centres to protect them from militant protesters, whose tactics now threaten to infiltrate the UK

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Ramadan – the 18-hour fast that keeps the faithful coming back for more

For Muslims, the annual ritual is more than a spiritual 5:2 diet – it's a unifying way to take stock of how they are living

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Why female techies in the 21st century face a stone age work culture

'You constantly hear the pipeline argument: there are no women here because there are no women over there. VCs [venture capitalists] blame industry, and industry blames universities, and universities blame schools and schools blame the parents."

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Progressive linguist George Lakoff: 'Liberals do everything wrong.'

Zoe Williams, The Guardian

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Game on, or off? Should we be worried about tech-addicted toddlers?

Small private hospital in Central London, residential rehab courses for screen-addiction for children, the youngest patient so far, four-years-old …

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'Dissecting brains is pretty intense'

What's it like to spend your career cutting up people's grey matter? A neuropathologist at the UK's Brain Bank reveals all

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'The person who lives to be 1,000 years-old has already been born.'

Loneliness is the worst enemy of health and longevity

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