• 'Lost Boys Symphony' Blurs The Lines Between Reality And Madness

    Not YA, not New Adult, not anything of the sort, despite the fact that it is primarily about teenagers, their love lives and the sticky, weird and thrilling moment of leaving home and growing up, just a little, for the very first time.
  • The world's best whisky? It comes from Taiwan

    A whisky made in Taiwan has taken the title of world's best single malt whisky 2015 for its "sweet pruney" flavors and dry, walnut finish.
  • Climate change will influence American voters more than they think in 2016

    In a January poll, US voters told the Pew Research Center that the environment, as an issue, was number 13 on their priority list. The top five? Terrorism, the economy, jobs, education, and social security-in other words, guns, and also butter. But climate change will still matter in the US presidential election next year, and in...
  • Facebook's big mobile footprint is about to get bigger

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  • Mystery deepens over co-pilot who crashed jet

    The co-pilot of the Germanwings airliner accused of intentionally crashing the jet into the Alps appeared to be happy with his job and didn't exhibit any clear signs for why he would send 149 people and himself hurtling into the side of a mountain.
  • Kelly Rowland On Get-Togethers With Beyoncé and Michelle | The Meredith Vieira Show

    We have confirmed that sometimes Beyonce is just regular human-human and not always superhuman.
  • Big Shelves of Antarctic Ice Melting Faster Than Scientists Thought

    The Antarctic is far away, freezing and buried under a patchwork of ice sheets and glaciers.
  • How Snobbery Helped Take The Spice Out Of European Cooking

    My father usually starts off his curries by roasting a blend of cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, anise, cumin and bay leaves.
  • ICH Hong Kong Teaches Guests How to Recreate Michelin-Starred Dishes With New Dining Experience

    Experiencing exquisite cuisine is one thing; learning how to make it at home from celebrated chefs is another.
  • Shylight is a Gorgeous Lighting Installation That Blooms Like a Silky Flower

    Inspired by certain types of flowers that can close at night and reopen in the morning, Studio Drift created the Shylight.
  • Vera Wang Uses Embrodery, Crystals and Just a Hint of Skin for a Perfect Fall Collection

    Vera Wang is the designer for many brides. Her name immediately evokes images of white ball gowns, flower bouquets and well-dressed groomsmen, and her latest collection for Fall 2015 is another dream come true.
  • Burtofirana regulowana pneumatycznie -Truck with slide curtain and height adjustment

    Truck with slide curtain system and height adjustment. Burtofirana podnoszona regulowana pneumatycznie z dwiema przesuwnymi firanami. www.motowektor.pl
  • This Rare 'Magic Rabbit' Was Spotted For The First Time In 20 Years And It May Soon Be Lost Forever...

    These are stunning photos of the first "magic rabbit" that's been spotted in 20 years. WARNING: You might fall in love and have your heart broken, because
  • A look at past deliberate commercial plane crashes

    The deliberate crash of Germanwings flight 9525 is not the first time a pilot brought a commercial plane down intentionally. MSNBC's Frances Rivera takes a look at past pilot suicides, going back to 1982.
  • Protesting sexism in her backyard

    Micol Hebron looked at artists with gallery representation and found a gender disparity of around 70 percent male to 30 percent female. In response, she organized an exhibition in her backyard to screen videos solely by women.
  • The Racial Wealth Gap: Why A Typical White Household Has 16 Times The Wealth Of A Black One

    The United States is becoming much more racially and ethnically diverse. At the same time, it's becoming more unequal in terms of wealth and income.
  • 13 American Companies With Remarkable Perks

    In putting together our magazine coverage of Forbes' first-ever Best Employers list, we cast about for companies with unusual, interesting perks.
  • What We Learned This Week About New Weed

    Researchers in Colorado find that THC levels have likely tripled in US market marijuana over the last three decades at the potential cost of medical benefits.
  • Hackers for Hire both Good and Bad

    Ever see those public bulletin boards with all the business cards on them? Don't be surprised if you spot one that says " Hacker*for*Hire." These are hackers who will, for a nice juicy fee, hack into your wife's Facebook account to see if she's cheating on you.

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  • Espinoza Discusses Mayweather's Savviness

    3/25/2015 6:20PM Showtime Sports Executive Vice President and General Manager Stephen Espinoza who put together Mayweather's blockbuster six-fight deal with Showtime, discusses Floyd Mayweather's business mind and personality.
  • Flawless Apps for the Perfect Selfie

    Taking the perfect selfie can be difficult, but now there's a solution that doesn't require much time or money. The WSJ's Menglin Huang introduces us to three apps that beautify your photos.
  • Is Ted Cruz's 'City on a Hill' Same as Reagan's?

    Senator Ted Cruz, in announcing his bid for president, twice invoked the image of a "city on a hill." Why? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
  • City of Flies: 30 new species found in L.A. Suburbs

    The extent and diversity of Earth's sheath of living things continues to surprise scientists, making Howard Ensign Evans's classic 1966 book " Life on a Little-Known Planet " ever more germane.
  • March Madness: which Sweet Sixteen team is the most entertaining to follow?

    Kentucky are the clear favourites for the title but which of the teams left in the tournament is the most likeable.
  • Study shows humans are evolving faster than previously thought

    Results of largest ever genetics study of a single population could also help refine dates for major events during human evolution.
  • Saudi Arabia Launches Military Operations In Yemen

    (Reuters) - Warplanes from Saudi Arabia and Arab allies struck Shi'ite Muslim rebels fighting to oust Yemen's president on Thursday, a gamble by the world's top oil exporter to check Iranian influence in its backyard without direct military backing from Washington.
  • Prosecutor: Germanwings Co-Pilot Appears To Have Crashed Plane Deliberately

    PARIS, March 26 (Reuters) - The co-pilot of a Germanwings jet that went down in the French Alps, killing 150 people, appears to have crashed the plane deliberately, a Marseille prosecutor said on Thursday.
  • April 2nd: National Have Sex With An Ugly Person Day

    Sometimes it’s easy for the rest of us to forget about those less fortunate.
  • Tom Hanks Reenacts Every Tom Hanks Movie

    When you premiere quite possibly the most earnest late-night show on TV, it only makes sense to invite on one of the most earnest actors in Hollywood. And thus, Tom Hanks appeared on last night's The Late Late Show With James Corden for a delightfully charming sketch. Together the two went through lightening-fast...