Our natural instinct is to shield our children when we hear bad news. Sometimes, however, shielding our children means talking to them about some very messy topics, to equip them to handle the situation best.
Public pool rules in France say your swimsuit can't be something you could be found wearing outside the pool. That means no trunks, Bermuda shorts, T-shirts or anything that is not strictly meant for swimming. But bust out all the Speedos you want.
It's neither shaken nor stirred, but it's a beverage that James Bond would have enjoyed just as much: Coffee made with a brewer called a Chemex. The British spy's method of choice is actually Made in the USA at a factory in Massachusetts, so anyone can learn to brew Bond-style coffee.
Most people already know that Justice Antonin Scalia died earlier this month while a guest at a ranch in Texas. What's less known is that many of the other guests at this ranch belonged to a secretive, ancient aristocratic society.
A California member of Congress is introducing legislation to combat revenge porn. Because "the internet is so universal now," Rep. Jackie Speier says, revenge porn "becomes so much more than a photograph — it becomes your entire resume."