When Boyfriends Get Jealous of Girlfriends' Guy Friends
Sometimes boyfriends and girlfriends get jealous of their partners' close friendships, just like Ross did with Rachel on Friends. So what's the best way to deal with those situations, and is that jealousy OK?
The Daily Mail labels an amateur photographer of Britain's mailboxes as 'the most boring man in Britain,' but is it really true? Plus, Josh enthuses about the Scarfolk Council blog that features strange and humorous imagery inspired by 70s England.
How permanent is the past? Could facts, times, and specifics of events somehow change after the fact? If so, why? Learn more about the tricky nature of memory and allegations of the multiverse in today’s episode.
A 400-year old dress was found on a sunken ship and it's in remarkably good condition. In Delaware, the demolition of the former home of a notorious pedophile is blocked by the historic preservation commission.
Leprosy is a serious health concern in a few populations around the world, but it’s actually very treatable these days, especially if it’s caught early, and it has a low transmission rate. But the true facts about leprosy are still fascinating.
Everyone knows that moving is a kind of mini-apocalypse to a child, but are such moves intrinsically harmful? Are kids who move around a lot more prone to psychiatric illness, suicide and unnatural death? A shocking new study suggests that they are.
As of June 20th, yes. The Supreme Court ruled that evidence found by police officers after an illegal stop can still be used in court. Is this an erosion of citizen’s rights, or an important step in giving the good guys an edge in the war on crime?