People with autism may view video games as a way to cope with negative affect and autistic burnout

People with autism may view video games as a way to cope with negative affect and autistic burnout

A recent study revealed why so many people diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders enjoy video games as a hobby. The new findings suggest that people with autism spectrum disorders may play video games to escape, in particular the self-suppression escape when experiencing negative moods and the self-expansion escape when they experience positive moods. The study, … Read more

‘Jews don’t have a monopoly on persecution,’ complains major newspaper on Holocaust Remembrance Day

‘Jews don’t have a monopoly on persecution,’ complains major newspaper on Holocaust Remembrance Day

A major Kentucky newspaper published an editorial on National Holocaust Remembrance Day telling Jews that they “have no monopoly on persecution and atrocities.” Even though the January 27 memorial focuses on the monumental tragedy of six million Jews killed by Nazi Germany during World War II, the Courier-Journal – part of the USA Today network … Read more

Most criminal cryptocurrencies are routed through only 5 exchanges

Most criminal cryptocurrencies are routed through only 5 exchanges

Eugene Mymrin/Getty Images For years, the cryptocurrency economy has been plagued by black market sales, theft, ransomware, and money laundering, despite the bizarre fact that in this economy virtually every transaction is entered into the permanent and immutable ledger of a blockchain. But new evidence suggests that years of advances in blockchain tracing and cracking … Read more

Study finds autism rates tripled in young children: what you need to know

Study finds autism rates tripled in young children: what you need to know

Autism is on the rise in young children, according to a new study. The study, published Thursday in the journal Pediatrics, found autism rates had tripled over the past 16 years. Researchers from Rutgers University examined more than 4,000 8-year-olds in the New York and New Jersey areas. They said the sharp rise in autism … Read more

Russia kills 14 in hospital attack in eastern Ukraine | Russo-Ukrainian War

Russia kills 14 in hospital attack in eastern Ukraine |  Russo-Ukrainian War

Russia has accused the Ukrainian army of deliberately attacking a hospital in a Russian-held area of ​​eastern Ukraine in what it called a war crime that killed 14 people and injured 24 patients and members of the medical staff. There was no immediate response to Ukraine’s allegations on Saturday. The attack hit a hospital in … Read more

Amy Robach and TJ Holmes celebrate the release of ABC with PDA in Los Angeles

Amy Robach and TJ Holmes celebrate the release of ABC with PDA in Los Angeles

TJ Holmes and Amy Robach seem delighted after their departure from ABC. The former “GMA3” hosts-turned-lovers were spotted enthusiastically kissing after leaving a restaurant in Los Angeles on Friday, just hours after signing exit agreements with their former employer. Robach, 49, was pictured in photos obtained by the Daily Mail giving Holmes, 45, a hug … Read more

Bank of America likes stocks like SolarEdge and Fox ahead of earnings

Bank of America likes stocks like SolarEdge and Fox ahead of earnings

There are still plenty of opportunities to buy stocks as earnings reports continue to roll out, analysts at Bank of America say. The company recommends a slew of companies investors should own ahead of the company’s quarterly results. CNBC Pro combed through recent Bank of America research to find the most attractive stocks that are … Read more