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6 sexy movie and TV moments that aren't sex

6 sexy movie and TV moments that aren't sex
It’s Summer Lovin’ Week here at Mashable, which means things are getting steamy. In honor of the release of Crazy Rich Asians, we’re celebrating onscreen love and romance, looking at everything from our favorite fictional couples to how Hollywood’s love stories are evolving. Think of it as our love letter to, well, love. Sometimes movie sex is kind of...

Dark Sky’s top ranking weather app gets a big makeover

Dark Sky’s top ranking weather app gets a big makeover
Dark Sky, one of the more popular mobile weather applications on the market, is out today with a complete refresh of its app, which has now been re-written from the ground up, the company says. The biggest change is the introduction of a new unified timeline that combines both the precipitation predictions Dark Sky is best known for,...

Cardinal blames ‘homosexual culture’ for Catholic Church’s child sex abuse problem

Cardinal blames ‘homosexual culture’ for Catholic Church’s child sex abuse problem
A Catholic cardinal responded to the sweeping Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church last week by ludicrously claiming homosexuality was to blame. “It was clear after the studies following the 2002 sexual abuse crisis that most of the acts of abuse were in fact homosexual acts committed with adolescent young men,” Cardinal Raymond Burke...

Half of sick Americans are uninsured or have affordability problems despite health coverage

Half of sick Americans are uninsured or have affordability problems despite health coverage
Nearly one in two sick Americans cannot afford health care, even those with health insurance, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation analysis. While the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) coverage expansions and consumer protections have dramatically reduced the uninsured rate to just under 11 percent, the United States still has a massive affordability problem. About 15.5 percent of non-elderly people...

Georgia chief defends tasering a grandmother, a stark illustration of hurdles facing police reform

Georgia chief defends tasering a grandmother, a stark illustration of hurdles facing police reform
Police in Georgia were right to electrocute an 87-year-old woman who didn’t understand that they wanted her to drop the knife she was using to cut dandelions, their boss says. “In my opinion, it was the lowest use of force we could have used to simply stop that threat at the time,” Chatsworth Police Chief Josh Etheridge told the...

First lady says social media can be ‘destructive’ days after Trump calls Omarosa a ‘dog’ on Twitter

First lady says social media can be ‘destructive’ days after Trump calls Omarosa a ‘dog’ on Twitter
First lady Melania Trump warned against “destructive” social media use during a speech at a cyberbullying summit in Rockville, Maryland on Monday — just days after her husband, President Trump, tweeted derogatory, racist insults at a former White House staffer. “In today’s global society, social media is an inevitable part of our children’s daily lives. It can be used...

Save up to 60% on Nerf blasters and more to celebrate Nerf Fest 2018

Save up to 60% on Nerf blasters and more to celebrate Nerf Fest 2018
While Hasbro offers a slew of popular toys, nothing quite matches up to the popularity of their Nerf line, which includes things like foam footballs and dart guns. But if you like the brand and want to load up, it can get a bit pricey. Well good news: Nerf Fest has started on Amazon and if you are looking...

Trump administration’s attempt to rig the Census dented by federal court decision

Trump administration’s attempt to rig the Census dented by federal court decision
The Trump administration wants to add a question to the 2020 U.S. Census form that is expected to discourage many immigrants from participating in the Census. The question, which asks respondents to disclose their citizenship status, is likely to lead many non-citizens in general, and many undocumented immigrants in particular, to forego the census. This could have profound implications...

Safety and inspection bot startup Gecko Robotics adds $7 million to the coffers

Safety and inspection bot startup Gecko Robotics adds $7 million to the coffers
Gecko Robotics aims to save human lives at our nation’s power plants with its wall-climbing robots. To continue doing so, the startup tells TechCrunch it has just secured $7 million from a cadre of high-profile sources including Founders Fund, Mark Cuban, The Westly Group, Justin Kan and Y Combinator. We first reported on the Pittsburgh-based company when co-founder Jake Loosararian came to...

Environmental groups catch Ryan Zinke red-handed trying to sell off public lands

Environmental groups catch Ryan Zinke red-handed trying to sell off public lands
Environmental groups caught the Department of the Interior trying to sell off part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah, despite a pledge by Secretary Ryan Zinke never to put public lands up for sale. After massive backlash from environmental groups and the public, the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) late Friday canceled all plans to...

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6 sexy movie and TV moments that aren't sex

6 sexy movie and TV moments that aren't sex

It’s Summer Lovin’ Week here at Mashable, which means things are getting steamy. In honor of the release of Crazy Rich Asians, we’re...
Dark Sky’s top ranking weather app gets a big makeover

Dark Sky’s top ranking weather app gets a big makeover

Dark Sky, one of the more popular mobile weather applications on the market, is out today with a complete refresh of its app,...
Cardinal blames ‘homosexual culture’ for Catholic Church’s child sex abuse problem

Cardinal blames ‘homosexual culture’ for Catholic Church’s child sex abuse problem

A Catholic cardinal responded to the sweeping Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church last week by ludicrously claiming...