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15 movies and shows to stream with your mom this Mother’s Day

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Whether you’re taking the whole family out for celebratory brunch or sending flowers and a card to your long-distance mom, it’s never too late to sneak a movie or show into your Mother’s Day plans.

Streaming now, here are 15 movies and series about the magical art of mothering, perfect for watching with your mom this weekend.

Note: Many of the films and shows on this list are not suitable for all ages, so we’ve marked the kid-friendliest options with an asterisk (*) for your knowledge….

More than 400 people arrested in climate change protest turning London’s bridges into gardens

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Extinction Rebellion is a London climate change protest, causing traffic disruptions by occupying various public spaces – like Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge.

The goal is to see British government declare an ecological emergency and take immediate action to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025. Read more…

More about London, Mashable Video, Protests, Activists, and Climate Change

Anarchist pigeon DGAF about human signage

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Pigeons — they’re everywhere and there’s nothing you can do to stop them.

A photo shared on the /r/London subreddit proved that these winged beasts DGAF about the rules.

Yes, you really can turn up the volume on colour

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Any gamer knows that reaction time is crucial. A split second can make or break a game, separating the winners from those doomed to be on potato chip and soda duty; you need to be 100 percent present at all times. Sharp, clear colours are like the secret weapons you never knew you needed – until now.

People are handing out badges at Tube stations to tackle loneliness

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LONDON — More than 9 million people across the UK are always or often lonely, according to the British Red Cross.

Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing like a boss

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised a room full of reporters Friday when he nailed a sarcastic question on quantum computing, no doubt scoring major points with tech-savvy constituents.

Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing like a boss

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised a room full of reporters Friday when he nailed a sarcastic question on quantum computing, no doubt scoring major points with tech-savvy constituents.

Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing like a boss

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised a room full of reporters Friday when he nailed a sarcastic question on quantum computing, no doubt scoring major points with tech-savvy constituents.

Canadian man who smuggled turtles in his pants gets 5 years in prison

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A Canadian man who repeatedly entered Michigan to buy and ship thousands of turtles to his native China was sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison Tuesday for smuggling.

It was a tough punishment for Kai Xu, who has been locked up for 19 months since his arrest and had hoped to be released. The 27-year-old expressed remorse to a judge and thanked agents “for stopping the darkness of my greed and ignorance.”

‘Mad Men’ Episode 7 Recap: No Man Ever Comes Back From Leave

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“No man has ever come back from leave. Even Napoleon. He staged a coup, but he ended up back on that island.”

Spoken by Bert Cooper, those words were the only substantial reference to Napoleon in the midseason finale of Mad Men’s seventh and final season, titled “Waterloo” — but the question is, in this AMC drama, who exactly is our Napoleon?

The battle of Waterloo in 1815 saw the end of Napoleon’s reign as a political…

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