Steve Mnuchin’s actress wife Louise Linton bashed a woman on Instagram for paying less tax than her — here’s everything we know about her life

Louise Linton, wife of US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, was in the spotlight well before her involvement with Washington insiders. An actress and model from Edinburgh, Scotland, Linton married Mnuchin in an extravagant ceremony in June. She most recently made headlines with an Instagram photo that shows Linton and Mnuchin stepping off a government jet, adding the… Continue reading Steve Mnuchin’s actress wife Louise Linton bashed a woman on Instagram for paying less tax than her — here’s everything we know about her life

14 extreme restaurants every adventurer should visit in their lifetime

The INSIDER Summary: INSIDER rounded up 14 extreme restaurants around the world that are either dangerous, isolated, thrilling, or a combination of all three. Ithaa in the Maldives is a restaurant 16 feet below the ocean. Thrihnukagigur Volcano in Iceland allows customers to have a private dinner inside a volcano.  Thrill-seeking travelers should not forget that adventure can be found during a… Continue reading 14 extreme restaurants every adventurer should visit in their lifetime

The most beautiful universities in the world

Some universities don’t just offer students an abundance of knowledge, they also give them a beautiful place to learn it in. From having ancient libraries to boasting botanical gardens to being UNESCO World Heritage Sites, keep scrolling to see some of the most beautiful universities in the world. SEE ALSO: The 20 most beautiful spots to see fall… Continue reading The most beautiful universities in the world

‘Private’ photos of celebrities have been leaked online again — here’s how to protect yourself from hackers

The INSIDER Summary: On Monday, celebrities’ intimate photos were stolen and leaked online in yet another photo hack. After her private photos were leaked in 2014, Jennifer Lawrence called photo hacks a “sexual violation” and called for legal change. So far, only 38 states and Washington, DC, have laws against digital harassment and revenge porn. There’s nothing wrong with… Continue reading ‘Private’ photos of celebrities have been leaked online again — here’s how to protect yourself from hackers

I spent five days in the mountains with limited access to Twitter, and it was great

I just got back from a five-day trip to Wyoming, where I visited Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and watched the total solar eclipse from Casper. Wyoming’s national parks are stunningly beautiful, and the eclipse was awesome. But my favorite thing about the trip may have been the spotty cell phone service, which made… Continue reading I spent five days in the mountains with limited access to Twitter, and it was great

10 common things Americans do that are considered rude in other countries

The INSIDER Summary: Some common American customs that we don’t even think twice about doing are considered rude in other countries and cultures. In America, a thumbs up is a common way of showing approval, whereas in the Middle East it’s like giving the middle finger.  Tipping is expected in the US, but in Japan… Continue reading 10 common things Americans do that are considered rude in other countries

Here’s what you need to know about baby powder and cancer risk

The INSIDER Summary: You might have heard about a possible link between baby powder and cancer. But experts say we still don’t know with 100% certainty whether using baby powder actually increases risk for the disease. The American Cancer Society says people concerned about the possible risk “may want to avoid or limit” exposure.   Thanks… Continue reading Here’s what you need to know about baby powder and cancer risk