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Canada just legalized recreational pot. Here's what you need to know

People in Canada are cheering, enduring long lines and honking their car horns in support as the country's first marijuana dispensaries open their doors Wednesday.

The Guardian /
How irritating that smug couples have stumbled on the secret of a perfect relationship | Arwa Mahdawi

‘We-talk’ – constantly referring to yourself and your partner in the plural – is annoying. But it is also a sign that your relationship is solid. What else has science got to teach us about staying together?It’s always we, we, we … have you noticed? We all know people who seem to have lost the capacity to talk about themselves as autonomous ...

VoA /
US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Gather to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade

The United States and dozens of other countries have pledged to work together to tackle the illegal wildlife trade and treat it as a "serious and ...

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Traffic jams and loud horns after midnight. That's how Ireland welcomed its first Krispy Kreme

The US-based doughnut chain had to come up with a plan to address the hysteria surrounding the Dublin location's opening.

NY Times /
Square Feet: More Museums Are Popping Up, Annoying Their Neighbors

The number has doubled since 1990, and more are planned. But communities worried about noise and traffic are starting to push back.

E! Online /
Kristen Bell Reveals the Most Annoying Things Dax Shepard Has Ever Done

Vacationing with Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell is probably non-stop entertainment. The Veronica Mars and Frozen actress and comedy film star, who ...

CBS /
Annoying robocalls expected to get worse

If it feels like you're getting more robocalls, it's because you are. Last year, some 30 billion spam calls were made in the U.S. This year, that number is expected to be 10 billion calls more. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod ...

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With metal skulls and horns, Turkish artist re-interprets ancient stories

In a disused hangar in Istanbul, Turkish artist Ahmet Gunestekin uses thousands of metal human skulls and twisting, spiky animal horns to re-tell some ancient myths in a towering, fearsome...

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