How Spanish newspaper El Pais is tackling fake news
El País is publishing how it debunks false stories from fake-news sites.
PPB Seeks Public's Help Identifying Injured Man (Photo)
The Portland Police Bureau is asking for the public's assistance in identifying an unknown person who is critically injured and currently at a local hospital. Detectives have not been able to identify...
Border Patrol is confiscating migrant kids' medicine, U.S. doctors say
For pediatricians that serve at the U.S.-Mexico border, the seizing of medications heightens concerns about the medical care provided to the record numbers of children held at processing centers and short-term holding facilities.
Inside The Lonely Island's Glorious, Surreal Rap Musical About Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire
Design for a Purpose: 10 Revolutionary Designs for a Better World
Design can be a whole lot more than a point of attraction for today's consumer. Design can be meaningful, it can serve a purpose and help create a better
Tinder Users at SXSW Are Falling for This Woman, but She's Not What She Appears
Well, this is sneaky—and for some, a little heartbreaking.Tinder users at the SXSW festival on Saturday were encountering an attractive 25-year-old woman named Ava on the dating app. A friend of ours made a match with her, and soon they were having a conversation via text message.
Beads and Bones: See How Dogs Are Partying for Mardi Gras
Orphaned pups looking for homes were the stars of this festive Mardi Gras parade
Animal Kingdom Recap: Smurf's Condition Revealed — Plus, [Spoiler]'s List of Kills Grows Yet Again
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom. If you’d rather watch first, read later, make like a Cody who’s spotted a cop and scram.
What is Public Relations (and How Can It Help My Business?)
For better or worse, every brand has a reputation—who is managing yours? Learn more about how a dedicated public relations team can bring peace of mind.
10 Amazing Benefits of Drinking More Water
Up until about three years ago, my beverages of choice included Diet Coke, coffee, juices, but rarely a glass of water. The only time I resorted to what I considered a "bland" drink was at the gym, because I needed it to stay hydrated. Aside from that, I rarely drank water and found myself dealing with unpleasant symptoms like dehydration, bloating and cramping. Finally, it was my husband who stepped in and helped me see that in order to feel better I needed to break my bad habit and make a healthy change Breaking a bad habit can be challenging, so to make it easier I replaced mine with a good one: always having a reusable bottle filled with water by my side. From the stainless steel bottle for the gym to the…