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Senator Who Cited Snowball In Climate Change Debate Cites Scripture To Back Himself Up

Ryan Grim | March 6, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- Senator Jim Inhofe, a Republican from Oklahoma, became the object of global ridicule recently when he sauntered onto the floor of the world's greatest deliberative body with what he declared was persuasive evidence climate change was a hoax. In his hands was a snowball. Inhofe is...

Anti-Vaccine Haven Digs In As Measles Outbreak Hands Science Crusaders An Edge

Lynne Peeples | March 6, 2015 | Healthy Living
VASHON ISLAND, Wash. -- Since arriving from Puerto Rico a year ago, Pedro Alvarez says he has learned a lot about healthy living from other people on this island -- a small, crunchy community a short ferry ride from Seattle. He's embraced kale and root vegetables, for example. "Vashon...

Father Testifies In Tsarnaev Trial About Son's Death, Daughter's Disfiguring

Michael McLaughlin | March 6, 2015 | Crime
BOSTON -- The second day of the accused Boston Marathon bomber's criminal trial was dominated by testimony from victims who lost limbs, and witnesses who saw people killed and maimed by the blasts. The emotional narratives culminated with William Richard's meticulous and plainspoken recollection of his family's annual outing...

How To Listen To Music Without Destroying Your Hearing

Damon Beres | March 6, 2015 | Technology
Here are a few simple things you can do to protect yourself from permanent, noise-induced hearing loss:

Raspberry Chocolate Grilled Cheese Renews Our Faith In Humanity

Julie R. Thomson | March 6, 2015 | Taste
This is everything.

This Cinnamon Toast Crunch Milkshake Is The Breakfast Of Childhood Dreams

Julie R. Thomson | March 6, 2015 | Taste
Dreams really do come true

Taste Test: Which Frozen Veggie Burger Brand Is The Best?

Joseph Erbentraut | March 6, 2015 | Taste
From "grossed out" to "very deep flavor."

The U.S. States With The Most Fast Food Restaurants Per Capita

Kate Bratskeir | March 6, 2015 | Taste
Planning a fast food road trip?

Jon Stewart: Even Ferguson's Police Dogs Are Racist!

Andy Campbell | March 6, 2015 | Comedy
Ok, so the Justice Department found that the Ferguson Police Department routinely violated the rights of black citizens. And that African-Americans accounted for 85 percent of all traffic stops, despite making up 67 percent of the Missouri town's population. And that African-Americans were twice as likely to be...

Friday's Morning Email: DOJ Report Doesn't End With Ferguson

Lauren Weber | March 6, 2015 | HPSN
TOP STORIES To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. DOJ REPORT DOESN'T END WITH FERGUSON "It was billed as an investigation of the Ferguson Police...

8 Revelations About 'House Of Cards' From Creator Beau Willimon

Erin Whitney | March 6, 2015 | Entertainment
The third season of "House of Cards" premiered on Netflix last week. And while most fans -- guilty -- have likely binged through all 13 episodes already, the experience was undoubtedly a different one than before: a slower pace and lack of eye-popping moments distinguished Season...

Dame Helen Mirren Looks Dame Good On Our Best-Dressed List

Michelle Persad | March 6, 2015 | Style
There must have been something in the water this week. Hollywood's most stylish stars stepped out in monochromatic looks that were strikingly similar. Helen Mirren and Susan Sarandon both looked ravishing in long, navy gowns with panel details, while Heidi Klum and Freida Pinto proved that sometimes wearing head-to-toe...

Biden: Denying Climate Change 'Like Denying Gravity'

Alana Horowitz | March 6, 2015 | Green
Vice President Joe Biden took a strong stance against climate change deniers in an interview with VICE founder Shane Smith. The interview is part of VICE's documentary series, which airs on HBO and is premiering its third season on Friday. The first episode, titled "Our Rising Oceans," will focus...

The Huffington Post Is Hiring Mobile Editors

Carina Kolodny | March 6, 2015 | Media
Location: US - New York - New York City Position Type: Full Time About the Role: The Huffington Post is looking for nimble Mobile Editors to help curate the creation, packaging and distribution of HuffPost content to ensure the strongest possible mobile news experience. We are looking for leaders and...

5 Things Long-Lasting Couples Do Differently

Yagana Shah | March 6, 2015 | Fifty
The couple that plays together stays together? The couple that prays together stays together? When asked what keeps their relationship loving and lasting, there are many things that couples swear by. The same thing might not work for every couple, but we can say with confidence that spending quality time...

Elderly Man's Home Egged Almost Every Day In Small-Town 'Nightmare'

Andy Campbell | March 6, 2015 | Weird News
Albert Clemens, Sr. has lived in his Euclid, Ohio home for more than 60 years, and he's always enjoyed it. He bought the place as a newlywed with his late wife, and says he'll "live and die in this house," according to But over the past year,...

When The Subject Is Obamacare, Never Forget About Chief Justice Roberts

Kelly Chen | March 5, 2015 | Politics
Three years ago, a gruff-sounding Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. asked a question during the marathon hearings on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act about whether the mandate that individuals buy health insurance was really more like a tax on those who do not.

You Don't Have To Go All Veg To Live Longer, Study Finds

Jade Walker | March 6, 2015 | Healthy Living
People don’t have to go all the way vegan or even vegetarian to lower their risk of heart disease. Even a few changes—cutting out some meat and eating more plant foods— can improve health, researchers reported Thursday.

'CSI: Cyber': 10 Real Cybersecurity Experts Review The Show

Jade Walker | March 6, 2015 | Entertainment
Hackers! Crime! The guy from "Dawson's Creek"! Yes, "CSI: Cyber" had it all Wednesday night in its premiere on CBS.

NASA's Dawn Spacecraft Due To Slip Into Orbit Around Dwarf Planet Ceres

Jade Walker | March 6, 2015 | Science
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The largest celestial body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter welcomes its first visitor Friday. NASA's Dawn spacecraft was due to slip into orbit around Ceres for the first exploration of a dwarf planet. Unlike other orbit captures that require thruster firings to slow...