Somebody getting played… just saying
North Korea’s foreign minister said Pyongyang will not disarm without first receiving concessions from Washington. It’s a different tone than the one set by Trump and Kim, which the US leader described as loving.
These tattoos were traditionally inscribed on women’s skin by women’s hands to commemorate various achievements and points in a woman’s life, such as one’s first menstrual period, the mastery of a new skill and childbirth. But as Western colonization swept Alaska in the 19th and 20th centuries, including the establishment of boarding schools where indigenous languages would not be spoken, many Alaska Natives were prohibited from practicing the rituals that had bound them to one another. Tattooing was one of those traditions. In the last decade, women in Alaska and other areas of the circumpolar north have been working to revitalize the tattooing tradition. For them it is a response to the long-ago efforts to wipe out cultural practices and entire populations of people, and a celebration of cultural resilience.
Russian activist Pyotr Verzilov is under police protection in Berlin after suffering an apparent poisoning attack in Moscow. Speaking to DW, Verzilov says he had been targeted over his investigative work.
US President Donald Trump has authorised the one-week FBI investigation. But will it change anything? It’s tough to say, but expect every statement Mr Kavanaugh has made on the record in his own defence to now to be scrutinised. Devil’s Triangle? He said the reference in his bio in the yearbook referred to a drinking game. Did it? Boofing? Is it a fart joke, as he told the committee, or a reference to anal use of drugs as has been reported? Renate Alumnius? The dates on his calendar? His relationship to Professor Ford? As Americans lose faith in government institutions, this appointment to “the highest court in the land” has become a symbol of something much bigger. If he’s caught out in even one lie, it’s over.
Source: If Brett Kavanaugh is caught out in even one lie, it’s over – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Psychologists at the University of Sussex have confirmed that the warm glow of kindness is real, even when there’s nothing in it for you. In their study, published in NeuroImage, they undertook a major analysis of existing research showing the brain scans relating to over 1000 people making kind decisions. For the first time, they […]