Mattias Desmet: Governments will put their people under mass formation psychosis to enact totalitarian takeovers
Governments around the world are putting their populations under a state of mass formation psychosis as part of totalitarian takeovers. Mass formation psychosis occurs when a...
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Breakthrough could fast-track treatment for migraine sufferers
Australian researchers have made a world-first breakthrough into the study of migraines.
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Protests sweep US after abortion rights overturned
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, protesters and supporters of the ruling gathered at the Washington, DC building.
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Kiwis put World Cup favourites Australia on notice with Tongan trouncing
Joseph Manu was a standout as New Zealand defeated Tonga 26-6 at Mt Smart Stadium to send an ominous message before the upcoming World Cup.
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Man arrested in Italy after threats to adulterate food products
A man has been arrested in Italy for threatening to tamper with food and water products in supermarkets. Investigators said the 47-year-old man claimed he would target mineral...
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Gallery: The best photos from around the world
The best photos from the international wire agencies as chosen by our picture editors.
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Germany is finding it's not easy being green
The country previously closed several coal-fired power plants. Now its new government has been mugged by the reality of Russian threats to cut the gas it needs.
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Monkeypox virus spreading, showing more mutations than expected
The virus which causes flu-like symptoms followed by a rash, and can be deadly in some cases, has now spread to every continent.
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Shooter hits gay nightclub in Oslo ahead of Pride celebrations
Two people have been killed and 14 injured, some severely, police said.
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Boris Johnson's losing streak follows him all the way to Kigali
The British Prime Minister badges himself as a winner but he clocked a trifecta of losses in a single day.
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Messaging around aspirin could be better
PHILADELPHIA - The question of who should take aspirin is a complicated one and public messaging on it is sometimes confusing, a speaker said at the Heart in Diabetes CME...
A 107-year-old Woman Says That Living Alone Is the Key to a Long Life
I'll drink to that.
Val Kilmer's Kids Posted a Touching Instagram About Their Dad in 'Top Gun...
Mercedes and Jack also joined their father on set of the Tom Cruise-led film.
This 2-Part Leg Day Workout Uses Your Partner's Weight for More Gains
Grab a friend-and use their bodyweight-for an assisted lower body session.
The FDA Plans to Lower Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes: Why That Matters
Doctors say this could have unintended consequences.
Here's What Ms. Marvel's Episode 3 Origin Twist Means for Kamala and the MCU
Kamala's origin is more complicated than you think.
Pfizer says tweaked COVID-19 shots boost omicron protection
Pfizer says tweaking its COVID-19 vaccine to better target the omicron variant is safe and boosts protection
Premier needs to listen and learn
We now have a premier who wants to be known as “the education premier”. How about consulting those who do the job every day, premier?
Sell or stay put? Where more Victorians are trading places
John and Yuko Peavey recently upsized their home in Ferntree Gully, jumping at the opportunity to buy in a market where a lower percentage of people have been selling.
Nicole Kidman buys fifth apartment in same building
Investment advice to always buy what you know isn't lost on Nicole Kidman, who has purchased a fifth apartment in Milsons Point's Latitude building.