A stranger found a lost library book and returned it with this heartwarming note.

A stranger found a lost library book and returned it with this heartwarming note.
Employees at Idaho's Meridian Library were going through the mail after the Thanksgiving holiday 2017 when they got a sweet surprise. Inside one of the packages was a book — Thomas Rockwell's "How to Eat Fried Worms" — that had been missing from the stacks. Getting books in the mail is no major shock at Meridian. The library finds that visitors passing through or patrons going on vacation will often mail back items to avoid fines. Along with this

Meet The First Woman With Down Syndrome To Compete In Miss USA State Pageant

Meet The First Woman With Down Syndrome To Compete In Miss USA State Pageant
It goes without saying that we are all born completely different, which is what makes the world go round. Can you imagine how boring this planet would be if we were all exactly the same? Ew, no thanks. One of the biggest differences between humans is their ability to learn and grow. For some, this comes easy but for others, it is more of a challenge, which requires extra support. Learning disabilities affect 4.6 million school children in the

How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web

How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web
"I just came across this email," began the message, a long overdue reply. But I knew the sender was lying. He’d opened my email nearly six months ago. On a Mac. In Palo Alto. At night.I knew this because I was running the email tracking service Streak, which notified me as soon as my message had been opened. It told me where, when, and on what kind of device it was read. With Streak enabled, I felt like an

The Controversial Keystone Pipeline Just Leaked 800,000 Liters Of Oil

The Controversial Keystone Pipeline Just Leaked 800,000 Liters Of Oil
The Keystone Pipeline, the subject of one of the largest environmental campaigns in North American history has sprung a leak. TransCanada, the pipeline's owner has admitted that 5,000 barrels of oil, or 800,000 liters (210,000 gallons), has escaped. A spill is classed as significant if more than 50 barrels of oil escape. The Keystone Pipeline brings diluted bitumen from the tar sands of Alberta, supplemented with light crude oil from Montana and North Dakota to refineries in Illinois and

Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, & Khlo K Are Wearing Juicy Tracksuits & We’re Here For It

Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, & Khlo K Are Wearing Juicy Tracksuits & We’re Here For It
If you love something, you should literally never let it go because it will come back in style. Case in point: Velour tracksuits. I reluctantly got rid of my pink Juicy Couture sweatsuit thinking the days of Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie looking so cute in head-to-toe velour on were over. It was a sad day, but I felt like it was time to move on. BOY, DO I HAVE EGG ON MY FACE. Celebrities everywhere are wearing velour

Billy Baldwin Fires Back at Donald Trump Jr., Accuses His Father of Sexual Harassment

Billy Baldwin Fires Back at Donald Trump Jr., Accuses His Father of Sexual Harassment
On Wednesday night, Donald Trump Jr., the son of the president whose likes include hair gel, Drakkar Noir, flirting with WikiLeaks, the alt-right, and greeting his besuited bros with Wassup?!, sent a tweet out to his 2.2 million Twitter followers linking to a Huffington Post piece about two more women accusing Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of groping. It was accompanied by the message: Talk amongst yourselves: Two more women accuse Sen Al Franken of inappropriate touching. The startling revelation

This Biohacker Became The First Person To Edit His Own DNA

This Biohacker Became The First Person To Edit His Own DNA
Josiah Zayner is the first person known to have edited his own DNA and he showed the world just how easy it is to do, live-streaming the process on his blog, "Science, Art, Beauty". Zayner claims this was the second time he has genetically modified himself. Using CRISPR, a relatively new gene-editing technique, he removed the protein Myostatin from an area in his forearm. Myostatin inhibits muscle growth so he should, at least in theory, notice an increase in muscle mass in this

Net Neutrality is dead after FCC vote

Net Neutrality is dead after FCC vote
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai drinks from a big coffee cup during a commission meeting December 14, 2017 in Washington, DC.Image: Getty ImagesCompanies now control the internet, and there's no way to stop them.  The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to eliminate its power to ensure net neutrality, effectively paving the way for internet providers to begin charging companies and consumers for faster internet access.  These kinds of arrangements, commonly called "fast lanes," will inevitably favor big companies and

Roy Moore arrived to the polls on horseback, and everyone’s laughing

Roy Moore arrived to the polls on horseback, and everyone’s laughing
Roy Moore riding his horse to the Alabama polls with truly terrible form.Image: Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesAlabama election day has finally arrived, and Republican Senatorial candidate Roy Moore made his grand entrance to the polls on horseback.  Moore — who's been banned from a mall, accused of sexual misconduct by 9 women, and alleged to have initiated a sexual encounter with a 12-year-old girl when he was 32 — probably thought arriving on a horse would be a nice distraction.

“Abortion & Miscarriage Are Sisters”: Mom Who Had Both Claims Theres No Difference

“Abortion & Miscarriage Are Sisters”: Mom Who Had Both Claims Theres No Difference
ShareTweet As far as most people are concerned–whether you’re in the pro-life or pro-choice arena–miscarriage and abortion are distinctly different. However, pro-abortion writer Danielle Campoamor is on a mission to convince America that the two are actually the same thing. In a disturbing article published by Romper and later tweeted by Planned Parenthood, Campoamor says “there is no difference”: “There is a common misconception that the mom who miscarries is a very different person than the woman who aborts, but I’m

Hilarious Woman Pretends She’s A Reporter And Solves An Arson Case On Facebook Live

Hilarious Woman Pretends She’s A Reporter And Solves An Arson Case On Facebook Live
Last month, a house caught on fire on an otherwise ordinary Monday afternoon in Norfolk, Virginia. The incident was undoubtedly tragic, but now video footage of a woman called Rhoda Young “reporting” on the incident has been making waves on the internet. And there’s a good reason for that – Rhoda Young isn’t actually a reporter, but boy was she playing the part in a live stream to Facebook. In the now viral video, Young dramatically reports on the scenes,

This Gut-Wrenching Footage Of A Polar Bear Will Literally Ruin Your Entire Day

This Gut-Wrenching Footage Of A Polar Bear Will Literally Ruin Your Entire Day
Footage of a starving polar bear dragging its bony legs on dry land has become a powerful symbol of climate change – even in its beleaguered state. The video was taken by National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen in the Baffin Islands, Canada.  “When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like. Bears are going to starve to death. This is what a starving bear looks like," Nicklen said in an interview with

Spanking Your Kid Actually Creates More Behavior Problems, According To A New Study

Spanking Your Kid Actually Creates More Behavior Problems, According To A New Study
Disciplining kids with spanking is a divisive topic that almost every parent has an opinion on. However, over the past few years, increasing scientific evidence has been mounting against the case of disciplining your kid with physical violence. A new study has added to this, claiming that spanking might actually make a child's behavior worse. Psychologists at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Virginia recently found that kids who were spanked by their parents at age five

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Is “Seriously Considering” Running For President In 2020

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Is “Seriously Considering” Running For President In 2020
When Donald Trump became the President of the United States in January of this year, many people questioned his eligibility. As a controversial businessman, they questioned exactly what qualifications the 71-year-old had to command the Oval Office. People were so perplexed by his presidency that they began to recommend their favorite celebrities for the job. From Kanye West to Ben Affleck, there was a murmur that in 2020 the White House could see another famous face walking through the

Theres A Powerful Detail Youve Probably Missed On Time Magazines Cover That Named #MeToo As Person Of The Year

Theres A Powerful Detail Youve Probably Missed On Time Magazines Cover That Named #MeToo As Person Of The Year
TIME magazine has honored the women and men who made moves against sexual harassment and assault by naming the #MeToo movement as its 2017 Person of the Year. The magazine’s cover featured five prominent women in the movement: Ashley Judd, Taylor Swift, Susan Fowler, Adama Iwu, and Isabel Pascual, whose name was changed to protect her identity. If you look closely, however, you’ll also see an elbow of an anonymous person. It’s not a mistake. In an interview for