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Crayfish take more risks while on antidepressants, study shows

Crayfish exposed to antidepressants via contaminated water behave more "boldly," emerging from hiding quicker and spending longer looking for food, a study said Tuesday. The crayfish that were exposed to antidepressants emerged from their shelters earlier and spent a longer time looking for food, but they avoided the side of the maze signaling another crayfish, indicating they weren't looking for confrontation.
Designers & CollectionsPosted by
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EXCLUSIVE: Megan Thee Stallion Releases Swim Line

Megan Thee Stallion is expanding her partnership with fast-fashion brand Fashion Nova, launching swim on June 23. The collection is influenced by “’80s Miami revival” with designs offering cutouts, neon, animal prints and neutrals. Along with swimwear, the line features cover-ups, dresses, matching sets — including coordinated looks for pets — and accessories.
ApparelHighsnobiety

Vibram Drops Crazy Wetsuit Toe Shoes

Okay, okay, it's become cliche to rag on the ultra-divisive Vibram FiveFingers (read: toe shoe), but with Crocs considered cool and Birkenstocks becoming the norm, there's still one type of shoe deserving of some ribbing. Hell, Merrell is as stylish as ever so there's little to bellyache about otherwise. To...
CelebritiesHollywood Life

A-Rod Reveals His Arm Muscles In Tight Shirt As He Leaves Katie Holmes Apartment Building

Alex Rodriguez looked relaxed and in shape as he wore a tight T-shirt that put his biceps on display while walking out of Katie Holmes’ apartment building in New York City. Alex Rodriguez, 45, flashed a smile while showing off his arm muscles during his latest outing. The former New York Yankees player was recently photographed leaving Katie Holmes‘ apartment building in New York City before going to play some golf and appeared as comfortable as could be. He wore a tan polo-style shirt and tan pants during the outing as well as brown boots.
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I Usually Limit My Child's Sugar, but I Let Her Eat Ice Cream Every Day in Summer

Summer is the only time of year that I let my strict "no sugar" rule slide a little bit. Full disclosure, our family is not entirely sugar-free, but we have a well-thought-out plan of how much sugar we allow and how often. My husband and I learned early on that our daughter is extremely sensitive to sugar. She experiences the sugar rushes and subsequent crashes at a magnified intensity. Even eating the natural sugars in fruit before naptime or bedtime means sleep doesn't happen, resulting in a meltdown.
POTUSNBC News

Biden's attorney general can't let Trump-era abuses of powers go. Here's what he should do.

Like a multi-car pileup on the expressway, the effects of Donald Trump’s abuses of office keep being felt long after the initial bad act. And it is tempting to shrug off each new revelation given that he is out of office — but that temptation must be rejected, as the recent revelations of his administration’s clandestine surveillance of journalists and political rivals both ranks among Trump’s most egregious offenses and has far-reaching implications for American democracy.
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Video: Biting Incident During France vs. Germany Match

Franch and Germany took to the pitch on Tuesday in a highly anticipated Euro group round match between two of the continent’s top national teams. Suffice it to say, things got tense pretty quick between the two rivals. But nothing topped what happened in the 45th minute between German defender...
CollegesThe Chronicle of Higher Education

For College Finances, There’s No ‘Return to Normal’

Igher ed is in trouble. It faces a demographic crunch in 2026, when smaller high-school graduating classes will mean greater competition for students. That will lead to tuition discounting and underenrolled classes for many colleges. And yet that demographic crisis is only one of many significant challenges the sector faces. As noted by Forbes in its annual review of college and university financials, approximately 20 percent of all institutions now warrant a “D” ranking (its lowest). Many are under serious financial strain and may not survive.
MLBchatsports.com

Adam Wainwright Admits to Using Foreign Substance During 2019 Season

Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright admitted on Monday that he used a foreign substance to alter the flight and spin of the baseball in 2019. Wainwright was among the numerous notable pitchers named in a Sports Illustrated report detailing foreign substances in baseball. Wainwright—along with Nationals ace Max Scherzer and Yankees star Gerrit Cole—reportedly received a sticky mixture of substances to apply to the baseball from former Los Angeles Angels equipment manager Bubba Harkins. SI’s report noted Wainwright paid Harkins $300 via Venmo during the 2019 season before Harkins was fired by the Angels.
Economymarketplace.org

“The balance of power is shifting”: Ritholtz on the future of work and wages

The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee wraps up its June policy meeting Wednesday, and employment will likely be a big topic of discussion for Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. The conversation surrounding the more than 9 million job openings in this economy is the subject of a blog post by Barry Ritholtz, co-founder, chairman and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management.
Violent Crimesgrunge.com

The Surprising Way Serial Killer Earle Nelson Was Caught

Yeas before the Federal Bureau of Investigation was aware of the existence of serial killers, Earle Nelson quietly became the first known serial sex murderer in America in the mid-1920s. According to Murderpedia, Earle's early years were defined by compulsive masturbation and daydreaming that made way for his life of sex crimes, which took hold when he was 21 years old. His descent into depravity and murder came after the loss of his parents at just 2 years old, and his disturbing childhood would mirror the dysfunction and chaos seen in the early years of other, similar serial killers.
AnimalsThe Independent

Egyptian vulture seen in UK for first time in 153 years

An Egyptian vulture has been spotted in the Isles of Scilly in what has been described as a “once-in-a-century” sighting. The giant bird of prey, which has a distinctive bright yellow face and a mane of feathers, was first seen on Monday flying over Peninnis Head on St Mary’s. It...
Video GamesNintendo Life

Where To Pre-Order Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda

Revealed as part of Nintendo's E3 2021 Direct presentation, the Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda handheld is a cute little device that let's you play three classic Zelda games on a retro-styled Game & Watch system similar to the Super Mario Bros. version which launched last year. Launching...