La Palma Volcano Claims Over a Hundred Homes During Evacuation

La Palma Volcano Claims Over a Hundred Homes During Evacuation

An evacuation is ongoing on the Canary Island of La Palma, following a devastating volcanic eruption on Sunday. The eruption has sent lava rolling over the island, and the superheated rock has destroyed over a hundred homes as authorities have rushed to save lives. No injuries have been reported as …

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What to Do When You Need to Shut Off Your Brain

What to Do When You Need to Shut Off Your Brain

My brain races a million miles a minute. I am always thinking about something. Heck, even when I think I’m not thinking about something, I’m thinking about how I’m not thinking about something. Were you able to follow that? Things get even worse for me around bedtime, as my brain …

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Paris Speed Limit Cut Down to Just 30 KPH

Paris Speed Limit Cut Down to Just 30 KPH

In a bid to slow down both traffic and climate change, Paris has moved to lower its in-city speed limits considerably. Now, the highest speed any car in Paris is allowed to go is just 30 KPH, a slow enough pace to make many citizens question why you’d even use …

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UN Offers Grim Warning with Climate Change Report

UN Offers Grim Warning with Climate Change Report

The United Nations has issued a climate change report that is a dire warning to countries around the globe. The report is being called a “code red for humanity,” with the UN insisting that action is needed immediately to curb the worst effects of runaway climate change. Recent incidents like …

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Relatively Unknown Italian Runner Takes Olympic Gold

Relatively Unknown Italian Runner Takes Olympic Gold

At the 100-meter sprint Sunday night, a relatively unknown Italian athlete came out of nowhere to secure a gold medal and make a real name for himself. Marcell Jacobs, 26, enters his name into the storied company of sprinters like Usain Bolt, Jesse Owens, and Carl Lewis. Jacobs himself even …

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