Just HALF of women can locate their vaginas on a diagram

"Women's cancer charity The Eve Appeal is promoting 'straight talking' about gynaecological health

  • Half of 26 to 35-year-olds couldn't identify a vagina on a picture of the female reproductive system, survey found

  • Fifth of women aged 16-25 couldn't name any of the symptoms of the five gynaecological cancers"

  • Killed SEAL Team Six soldier's parents call for Obama's resignation

    "On Monday, the Vaughns wrote a letter, calling out Mr Obama's decision to go golfing after holding an important press conference on the Foley video.

    'As Commander-in-Chief, your actions - or lack thereof - Mr President, cost lives.
    'As you bumble about in your golf cart, slapping on a happy face and fist-pounding your buddies, your cowardly lack of leadership has left a gaping hole — not only in America’s security — but the security of the entire"

    Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker and covers 1.7million square kilometres MORE than 2 years ago...despite Al Gore's prediction it would be ICE-FREE by now

    "Seven years after former US Vice-President Al Gore's warning, Arctic ice cap has expanded for second year in row

  • An area twice the size of Alaska - America's biggest state - was open water two years ago and is now covered in ice

  • These satellite images taken from University of Illinois's Cryosphere project show ice has become more concentrated"

  • Most common male name in Oslo, Norway, is Mohammed  

    "The most common male name in the Norwegian capital Oslo is Mohammed, authorities have announced."

    Census figures show more than one-third of Americans receiving welfare benefits | Fox News

    "At the end of 2012, according to the stats, 51.5 million were on food stamps, while 83 million were collecting Medicaid – with some benefitting from multiple programs.

    Though the programs were created to help those in need, some analysts worry that the way they’re designed is, increasingly, incentivizing people not to work. They note that when recipients combine several government assistance programs, in many cases they pay better than going to work."

    ISIS terrorists film mass execution of 250 Syrian soldiers after forcing them to march through desert in their underwear

    "In the video, the men walk single file with their hands behind their heads. An ISIS fighter repeatedly shouts out "Islamic State." The men reply, "It shall remain."

    Thousands Of Russian Troops In Ukraine As Stealth Invasion Grows

    " Aug. 28, 2014, 11:00 a.m.: NATO released satellite images showing Russian combat forces engaged in a military operation inside Ukraine."

    Mayor: Adult Illegal Aliens With 'Graying' Hair Enrolled in Public Schools

    "She added that the federal government will not allow school officials to verify their ages, even though one of the students turned out to be 35 years old."

    Federal Judge Strikes Down Ban on Guns in Bars, Bar Parking Lots

    "On August 25 Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson issued an order striking down a Baton Rouge ordinance banning guns in bars and in the parking lots of bars, including other places that sell alcohol, like "restaurants and grocery stores."

    Daily Beast: Bill Gates' Money May Buy 'Assault Weapons', 'High Cap' Mag Bans

    "The Daily Beast is so ecstatic over the $1 million Bill and Melinda Gates have contributed to Washington state gun control Initiative 594 that they are already wondering if Gates' money can be used to secure gun control measures that Washington, D.C. refused to pass in 2013 like "assault weapons" bans (AWB) and "high capacity" magazine bans."

    Roku TV: A Smart TV That Helps You Cut Out Cable - WSJ

    "Cable cutters may save money, but they have a harder time getting all the shows they want. That's why Personal Tech Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler likes the new Roku TV, a smart set that's also one of the cheapest."

    Ancient Weapons You Won’t Believe Existed - Billionaires Australia

    "Every nation created weapons unique to their armies, but many of these have gone relatively unnoticed as times have changed and technology has rendered them obsolete. Here atBillionaires Australia we’ve tracked down some of the most unusual ancient weapons ever created, each of which has been used to help a select group of people, from royals to peasants, beat down their rivals."

    Outrage as Burger King eyes move to Canada over taxes

    "But customers were already voicing their discontent with the 60-year-old hamburger chain because of its plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Miami to Canada in a deal that could lower its taxes. By Monday afternoon, Burger King’s Facebook page had more than 1,000 mostly negative comments about the potential deal."


    One in Three Adults Think Libertarian Means the Opposite of What Libertarian Means

    "Pew Research has released numbers today on the topic of libertarians.  The numbers are not current–  the survey was conducted April 29-May 27, 2014 among a panel of 3,243 adults but they provide an insight into an alarming misunderstanding of political ideology."

    Our ‘Face in the Crowd’-Victor Davis Hanson

    "Elia Kazan’s classic A Face in the Crowd is a good primer on Barack Obama’s rise and fall. Lonesome Rhodes arises out of nowhere in the 1957 film, romancing the nation as a phony populist who serially spins yarns in the most folksy ways — confident that he should never be held to account. Kazan’s point (in the film Rhodes is a patsy for conservative business interests) is that the “folks” are fickle and prefer to be charmed rather than informed and told the truth. Rhodes’s new first name, Lonesome, resonates in the film in a way that Barack does now. Finally, an open mic captures Rhodes’s true disdain for the people he champions, and his career crashes."

    Detroit Has No Horses But Pays $56K for Horseshoer — Union Boss Says It’s ‘Not Possible’ to Eliminate Positions

    "The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) pays a “horseshoer” $29,245 in salary and roughly $27,000 in benefits. There’s only one problem — Detroit has no horses for the horseshoer to shoe."


    Molotov-Ribbentrop: The Night Stalin And Hitler Redrew The Map Of Europe

    "A world slipping ever closer toward war awoke on the morning of August 24, 1939 to the shocking news that Adolf Hitler's Germany and Josef Stalin's Soviet Union had signed a nonaggression pact."

    Lessons From The Last Time Civilization Collapsed

    ""The world of the Late Bronze Age and ours today have more similarities than one might expect, particularly in terms of relationships, both at the personal level and at the state level. Thus, they had marriages and divorces, embassies and embargoes, and so on. They also had problems with climate change and security at the international level. These are not necessarily unique to just them and us, but the combination of similar problems (climate change and drought, earthquakes, war, economic problems) at the very same time just might be unique to both."

    Are we becoming more STUPID? IQ scores are decreasing | Mail Online

    "Some studies have shown the average IQ of Westerners has plunged 10 points or more since Victorian times and others claim it will keep decreasing
    But other experts argue that even if we are becoming more stupid, better healthcare and technology means the 'problem' will regulate itself."

    Obama's rescue mission to save Foley failed

    "The US mounted a secret military raid inside Syria to rescue journalist James Foley and other Americans held hostage by the Islamic State terror group — but none of the captives were there when Special Operations forces arrived earlier this summer, according to a new report Wednesday."