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This Is The Happiest Song On Earth, According To Science

The choice is surprising a lot of people.

Nothing sets the mood like a little music. When you head out for a run, upbeat tunes are your best friend. Following a breakup, nothing feels better than good cry with a little Adele, and when you leave work for the weekend it’s totally appropriate to blast “Friday” by Rebecca Black (hey, we don’t judge, you do you). But what should you press play on when you need to find your happy place?

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Chelsea Handler Admits Something Most Women Are Afraid To

“You should do whatever you want with your body.”

Over the weekend, famed female talk show host Chelsea Handler shared a piece of her private history with the world. In an essay published on Playboy’s website, the comedian best known for her brash, take-no-prisoners tone, shared that at the age of 16, she underwent not one but two abortions:

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Some of the best inventions the world has ever known exist by chance alone.

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A Podcaster Reveals A New Side Of Trump Supporters In America

​“We don’t know how it’s going to end. There is no ending”

Liberal or conservative, pro-Trump or Antifa, Lea Thau is here to burst your bubble. The Peabody award-winning producer and storyteller, who is openly critical of Trump, has just wrapped up months of road tripping with his supporters.

“I’m exhausted from having these conversations,” Thau says at the end the first episode Lea in Trumpland” a special three-part miniseries of “Strangers,” her popular radio series and podcast, which debuted April 29.

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A Mission To Find Every WWII Veteran Before It’s Too Late

There are a few thousand left to share their story

On December 7,1941, following the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States of America entered World War II.

Millions of American men and women were called to action to both fight for the nation abroad and to work for the cause in the United States.

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In 2008, the Svalbard Global Seed Trust was heralded as one of the greatest inventions of the year. Located on a remote island in the Svalbard archipelago, halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, the seed vault is a monolithic structure buried deep into the hillside of an arctic mountain. Inside the concrete fortress is a facility capable of storing and preserving a “genetic bank” of 4.5 million varieties of the world’s crops, all kept at a bone-chilling minus 18 degrees Celsius (minus .4 degrees Fahrenheit).

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