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Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse: Just Do the Math

This equation could spell your doom: (bN)(S/N)Z = bSZ. That is, if you ever found yourself in the midst of a zombie pandemic. Full story

Hawaii Ocean Debris Could Fill 18-Wheeler

In an area of Hawaii, far removed from most human habitation, a recent cleanup effort yielded an 18-wheeler's worth of human debris during a 19-day anti-pollution campaign this year. Full story

Company Offers Bullet-Proof Chair

If it looks like an ordinary computer chair, that's by design.A Texas company is selling a new chair built to keep you safe.The Guardian Chair contains a detachable bullet-proof vest the user can remove and wear during an emergency."There's two things I can do. I can duck behind the chair as a shiel Full story

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  Life coach Iyanla Vanzant: I became a fixer because I was broken

Spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant joins Morning Joe to discuss her show "Iyanla: Fix My Life," which airs on the OWN network. Vanzant says the show focuses on human problems, and she says the most common issue people need help with is with relationships.

  Jane Wells, human 'Sharknado'

IT'S THE HUMAN SHARNADO! The $100,000. Seabreacher by Innespace Productions. Jane Wells goes for a spin. By the way ... we can't vouch that Jane was really at the controls in the last shot.

  Snowden: Russia first to stand against human rights violations

Officials are criticizing Edward Snowden for calling Russia and other countries that have offered him asylum as nations that stand against human rights violations. Slate’s Michael Yglesias and the panel give their perspective on MSNBC’s NOW with Alex Wagner.

  Dear Edward Snowden, come back to the USA

Melissa Harris-Perry’s “Open Letter” this week goes out to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. “Even if your initial leak didn't compromise national security, your new cloak and dagger game is having real and tangible geopolitical consequences,” she says

  'Fruitvale Station' tells true story of Oscar Grant

Chris Hayes talks Ryan Coogler, the writer and director of "Fruitvale Station," the true story of Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old, unarmed black man who was shot in the back by a white Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer.

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Zimbabwe's Lawyers For Human Rights Board Member Beatrice Mtetwa waves as she arrives at Harare Magistrates Court, March 20, 2013. Zimbabwe police have defied a high court order to release Mtetwa, her attorneys said on Monday, prompting accusations of a campaign of intimidation ahead of an election

Souvenir miniature skulls modelled on human skulls from Bone House in Hallstatt are displayed in tourist shop
Souvenir miniature skulls modelled on human skulls from Bone House in Hallstatt are displayed in tourist shop

Souvenir miniature skulls modelled by Austrian artist Chrsitoph Greifeneder on the human skulls from the Bone House in the Austrian world heritage village of Hallstatt July 20, 2013, are displayed on a shelf in tourist shop. The Bone House, which contains some 1200 skulls, was founded in the 12th c

Human skulls and bones are displayed at the Bone House in Hallstatt
Human skulls and bones are displayed at the Bone House in Hallstatt

Human skulls and bones are displayed at the Bone House in the Austrian world heritage village of Hallstatt July 20, 2013. The Bone House, which contains some 1200 skulls, was founded in the 12th century due to a lack of space at the small village's cemetery. Graves were reopened after 10 to 15 year