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Only 1.4% of the UK's public health budgets are spent on mental health, according to a recent report by mental health charity Mind.

New video pokes fun at online privacy issues Promoted

With the advent of Edward Snowden's revelations on the inner workings of the NSA, many people are concerned — and rightfully so — about how much privacy we can expect online.

Review: There's a deep regard for ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ Special

In ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman,’ a super intelligent canine and his adopted human son must race to repair a dimensional tear they created while time travelling.

US aviation agency to appeal drone ruling

The US aviation agency said Friday it will appeal the dismissal of a $10,000 fine it imposed on a Swiss entrepreneur who flew a drone over a college campus to make a commercial.Enthusiasts of the unmanned aircraft are closely following Raphael Pirker's...

Is a low protein diet healthier?

Two new studies suggests that low-protein diets are linked to longer life spans in mice and humans. These findings cast doubt on the widespread dietary trend of reducing carbohydrate intake and loading up on protein.

Op-Ed: What the world must do about Ukraine

The world must make a decision. Events in Ukraine, as Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says, are spinning “out of control.” A worrisome rise in Neo-Nazism has taken place in Ukraine.

Savannah merchants are prepared for St. Patrick's Day Special

With any luck, an estimated 1million visitors will be in Savannah to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Businesses in the historic district are ready with all things green, which may turn into gold when the crowds arrive.

Beloved local coffee shop re-opens after a 10-month exile Special

For small business owners across America this is some good news. A local family owned business that got evicted after more than 30 years, seemed as if all was lost. But through perseverance and the help of the community they bounced back.

Review: Lorde gives New York City's Roseland Ballroom a 'royal' treatment Special

On March 12, global music superstar and multi-Grammy winner Lorde played for a sold-out crowd at New York City's Roseland Ballroom.

Interview with Michael W. Smith: 'You Won't Let Go' Special

Michael W. Smith is one of Christian music's best-loved singer-songwriters. He opened up about his forthcoming studio album "Sovereign," which comes out on May 13.

Op-Ed: Is Target responsible for the major cyberattack?

Target has been named as a defendant in over 90 lawsuits with plaintiffs ranging from banks to customers. The plaintiffs are citing negligence on the part of the big box retail giant and are seeking various amounts in compensatory damages.

Russian news sources claim U.S. drone captured over Crimea

A U.S. scout-attack MQ-5B drone was intercepted over Crimea according to Russian news sources. Voice of Russia reports that drones had been seen in the Kherson region and the roadblock at Chongar.

U.S. Government to Release Control of ICANN

United States officials announced Friday plans that would lead to the relinquishment of control over Internet administration by the federal government.

Pop! Fiction is the newest entry into the teen-pop music world Special

In the world of pop music, bands come and go like the changing of the seasons. Pop! Fiction would like to be around for longer than that. They've been working hard to develop their own sound and become more than just another one hit wonder.

Google says Gmail encrypted 'starting today'

Google said Thursday its popular Gmail service would use encryption to thwart snooping, in the latest move by the tech sector reassuring customers following revelations about US surveillance programs."Your email is important to you, and making sure it ...

Review: Peter Goodman’s 'Buzzkill' — Bipolar disorder in the raw Special

Bipolar disorder affects millions of people. It’s a little understood condition, and books from the frontline perspective of those having a bipolar condition are few. Peter Goodman’s Buzzkill is a look at the facts.

Video: Gundam 35th anniversary celebration trailers

2014 marks the 35th anniversary for the Gundam franchise. Namco Bandai has launched a bunch of trailers for upcoming anime and game projects for the Gundam universe.

The Maze Runner: Fox releases first official trailer (VIDEO)

Fox has released the first official trailer for "The Maze Runner", the film based on James Dashner's novel of the same name, which is due for release September 19, 2014.

Op-Ed: Has the animated demo video jumped the shark?

For many start-ups, animated explainer video have become par for the course. But have they become boring, less effective and blasé?

Op-Ed: Staying current with your small business social media

Staying current is important in all facets of business. As a small business owner you want your customers to know that you are keeping up to date through all you do, including social media.

Op-Ed: Preventing tomorrow's CEOs from being spoiled little brats

Every day within the entrepreneurial community of the United States, countless up and coming leaders — many of whom, arguably, are more brilliant than the business giants of the modern age — fall prey to a common foible of young aspiring entrepreneurs

'Noah' wins but tide may be turning

"Noah" swept to the top on controversial waters to the tune of $44 million. Last weekend's winner, "Divergent," came in second with a solid $27.7 million.

Wealthy Australian suburbs have low vaccination rates

New research shows that wealthier Sydney, Australia suburbs are where parents are more often found to object to vaccinations for their children.

Op-Ed: Tenure debate: Why we teachers must stop saying that we love kids

The teacher tenure debate has returned to the forefront of the news cycle, this time due to the controversial cover of the latest TIME magazine. After an op-ed in CNN about protecting teacher tenure, this teacher needs to speak out: I don't love your kid.

Rampaging Burkina protesters set parliament ablaze

Angry demonstrators in Burkina Faso went on the rampage on Thursday in protest at plans to allow President Blaise Compaore to extend his 27-year rule, setting parliament on fire and wreaking havoc across the capital.

North Korea's leader returns to public view with a vengeance

He's baaaack; and there are some 10 senior leaders of the North Korea's ruling Workers Party who are not particularly happy about it.

Londoners fear house prices will force them out of the capital

According to the Chartered Institute of Housing, 34 per cent of people living in Greater London agreed that they might have to leave their local area in the future because of the high cost of housing.

S.Sudan army 'repulse rebel attack' on oil town

South Sudan's army has repulsed rebel attacks on the key northern oil hub town of Bentiu, the defence minster said Thursday, saying many had been killed or wounded in fierce fighting.

Spanish man must continue child support to 29-year-old daughter

The current economic crisis in Spain, together with rife unemployment, is having its effect on Spaniards in many unusual ways. In this case, a man has been told he has to continue paying child support, despite the fact that his daughter is 29 years old.

Ukraine-Russia gas talks stall, Moscow demands EU help pay

EU-brokered talks to resolve a bitter gas supply dispute between Russia and Ukraine stalled Thursday as Moscow demanded that Brussels and Kiev first agree on how Ukraine will pay its huge bill.

Abbas hails 'historic' Swedish recognition of Palestinian state

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Thursday hailed a decision by Sweden to officially recognise the state of Palestine, his spokesman told AFP.

Israel police kill Palestinian after attack on hardliner

Israeli police Thursday shot dead a Palestinian suspected of an assassination attempt on a hardline campaigner for Jewish prayer rights at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Fewer Chinese couples want second child than expected: Media

Far fewer Chinese couples applied to have a second child than expected after a relaxation of the country's "one child" policy, state-run media reported Thursday, highlighting the ageing nation's demographic challenges.

Ponta poised to win first round of Romania vote

Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to win the first round of presidential elections in Romania Sunday amid fears that, if elected, he could reverse advances in the justice system.

Demographics key to GOP resurgence in California Special

As Californians prepare to go to the polls, the Democrats will once again rule the state, but with anger towards big government and the GOP concentrating on demographics, the Democratic dominance could soon be ending.

Billionaires' $10m gift to Yale stirs debate in China

A Chinese billionaire couple's $10 million gift to Yale University sparked controversy among the country's Internet users Thursday, with some arguing that the money would be better spent on schools in China.

No small risk: The man who saved 669 children from the Nazis

It was no simple act of kindness. Instead, it was an act of quiet determination and selfless bravery by Sir Nicholas Winton that saved the lives of 669 children in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939.

Soldiers in desperate search for Sri Lanka landslide victims

Sri Lankan soldiers stepped up their search Thursday for 100 people feared buried alive in a landslide at a tea plantation, but there was little hope of finding any survivors.

Photo Essay: Streets of Cusco's historic San Blas neighborhood Special

Clinging to the hillside just above the historic center of the city, the San Blas neighborhood is the oldest residential area of Cusco and a paradise on earth for those that love to walk.

Call to blockade Burkina Faso parliament

The Burkina Faso opposition has called for a blockade of parliament Thursday when the legislature mulls constitutional changes to allow long-serving President Blaise Compaore to extend his rule.

Zambia in mourning for president as U.S. urges peaceful transition

Zambia holds a second day of mourning Thursday for president Michael Sata, who died in a London hospital, as his deputy Guy Scott becomes, pending elections, Africa's first white leader since South Africa's apartheid era.

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