● NHS Staff Are More Likely to Refer Asians and Muslims to the UK's Anti-Terror Programme A study shows that race and religion are a major factor behind who gets referred to the government's anti-extremism scheme by health...
● Australia's Outbreak of a Deadly Dog Disease May Have Come From Imported Pets The tick-borne illness was detected in Australia for the very first time in May. Experts are worried it's spreading.
● Amsterdam's Sex Workers Are Sticking to Certain Positions to Keep Safe And their client rooms are cleaner than your kitchen.
● What's It's Like Being Back at the Gym Gyms in reopened states planned to enforce protocols like mask wearing, equipment sanitising and social distancing. Here's how gym-goers are handling and feeling about the new rules.
● Incoherent Conspiracy Suggests Ghislaine Maxwell Is a Powerful Redditor The baseless "MaxwellHill" conspiracy shows how companies have failed to protect random users who have somehow become the subject of social...
● A Twitter Account Is Tracking the Cringiest Misuses Of Black Language That's fam af right there.
● The Robots Microsoft Assigned to Do My Job Can't Do It MSN robots can't make fine discriminations for a startlingly vast audience of readers. What they can do, and why they're asked to do it, is unclear.
● Seoul's Longest Serving Mayor Was Found Dead One Day After a Harassment Case Was Filed Against Him Police were quick to note that it was still uncertain whether Mayor Park's death, currently suspected to be a suicide, was...
● New Videos From Breonna Taylor's Sister Show Police Moments After Shooting About a dozen police officers can be seen outside moments after cops fired 20 bullets into Taylor’s apartment.
● Lockdown Helped Me Get Sober, But Now What? With pubs now openand socialising becoming more commonplace, newly sober people are having to adjust.
● Singaporeans Are Calling the Cops on Political Candidates for Fanning Racial Tensions. It's Not What You Think. The flurry of police complaints appear less aimed at seeing justice done than scoring cheap political points.
● How to Set Up a Pi Hole to Block Ads and Speed Up Your Internet With a little time and energy, anyone can build a little computer that kills advertisements and makes browsing more manageable.
● Why Repair Techs Are Hacking Ventilators With DIY Dongles From Poland Hospitals and independent biomedical technicians have turned to a global grey-market to keep life-saving ventilators running.
● The US Is Running Out of Masks and Gloves Again as Coronavirus Cases Spike The country’s second-largest nursing organisation says 45 percent of its members have experienced PPE shortages at their facilities.
● London Renters Spend Almost Half Their Income on Rent, Survey Reveals According to the government's new English Housing Survey, private renters in the capital spend an average of £341 a week on rent.
● My Landlord Wants to Charge My Pet Rent Plus: what to do when a property guardianship turfs you out.
● The Straight Men Who Have Sex with Trans Women Wanting to have sex with trans women is not synonymous with undoing the stigma against loving them.
● A 14-Year-Old Australian Girl is Being Charged With the Murder of a 10-Year-Old The victim was found dead, with lacerations to her throat, at a remote property in New South Wales on Wednesday morning.
● The 'Unsolved Mysteries' Reboot Is Already Getting Credible Tips from Viewers Within a week of its release, binge-watchers submitted almost two dozen "credible tips" about three of the cases featured on the series.
● New Video Shows 7 Youth-Home Staffers Restraining a Black Boy Who Died a Few Days Later “The mechanism for dealing with children in this facility was abuse and fear.”
● A Strange Pair of Dead Stars Might Just Solve Key Mysteries of the Universe Where did the elements that make up our bodies come from? How fast is the universe accelerating? A pair of dead stars, among the weirdest scientists...
● The Automoblow Is a Dick Sucking Robot for Your Tesla The makers of the Autoblow are back, with an attachment accessory for self-driving self-pleasure.
● 'The Sims' Is Getting a Reality TV Show In 'The Sims Spark'd', contestants will compete for $100,000 grand prize for their in-game storytelling.