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Eight Ways to Stand Up to Hate

There’s no denying it anymore: Hatred is erupting all over the United States, after having long simmered beneath the social surface. In less than one week, the Southern Poverty Law Center has tallied more than 400 incidents of “hateful intimidation and harassment”—and millions of Americans now fear becoming victims of verbal and

The Diana tapes prove England need to abolish the monarchy

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, and the nation will be marking it respectfully by delving into the last few vestiges of her private life which haven’t already been made public by her butler or her boyfriend’s dad. Diana: In Her Own Words, a Channel 4 documentary which will play

15 Remarks Donald Trump Found Less Offensive Than Anthony Scaramucci’s Meltdown

Anthony Scaramucci’s position as White House communications director was as explosive as it was short-lived. The New York native resigned Monday following a whirlwind week that included an expletive-laded, on-the-record rant against members of President Donald Trump’s inner circle. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” Scaramucci told a

The 5-second gap that could change your life

How many times have you said something or behaved in a way that you regretted later?  I know I certainly have played a situation back over and over in my head, wishing I had reacted differently. The self-flagellation and regret are usually based on the fact that you let your emotions

Foodpreneurs: from the cosy confines of their kitchens to making deliveries in the real world

With the home-baking industry on the verge of becoming mainstream, here’s a peek into our conversation with three passionate home bakers who share their secrets, interests, and journey. If one’s inclination is to bake and cook, it is usually sparked off by nostalgic childhood instances of tailing mummy in the kitchen, watching her