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    2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited EcoDiesel 4X4

    Before I discuss the user-friendly technology, superb craftsmanship, and benchmark on-road refinement, I want to tell you about the new 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 engine that... Read more

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    2014 Hyundai Equus: Bang for the Buck

    The Hyundai Equus luxury sedan is as feature-laden as such stalwarts of the full-sized ranks as the Lexus LS 460, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7-Series, and... Read more

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    Bio Gas Car: Pros, Cons, Costs

    Epoch Times is taking a look at each of the major options for going green on the road. Here’s a look at the pros and... Read more

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    ILoveDoodle: Doodling a Smile Every Day

    Doodling a smile everyday became for illustrator and graphic designer Lim Heng Swee his daily mission for more than three years. He aimed to make... Read more

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    Tax Credits & Deductions: How to Get a Lot of Them on Your Income Tax Return

    It’s tax-time, and the big question on everyone’s mind is: “How can I pay less?” Or, maybe your question is, “How can I get back more?”... Read more

  • The US clergyman and civil rights leader Martin Luther King addresses, 29 March 1966 in Paris' Sport Palace the militants of the "Movement for the Peace." (AFP/GettyImages)

    MLK Quotes 2014: Here’s 12 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, Jan. 20, and here’s a few choice quotes and sayings from the Civil Rights leader. - “I have... Read more

  • A photo of a penguin colony taken by a spy egg-cam stolen by wild bird. ( Screenshot)

    Watch: Bird Steals Camera, Shoots Amazing Video of Penguin Colony

    A wild bird, intrigued by a spy egg-cam planted by John Downer Production—a company that specializes in making wildlife films—decides to fly off with the... Read more

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    Martin Luther King Jr: 20 Quotes on Leadership, Education, Racism, Equality

    Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday has passed, and in honor of his memory here are some quotes from his storied life. “Injustice anywhere is a... Read more

  • Heard and McDonald Islands: no one lives there but they still have a domain name.  (Courtesy of NASA)

    Ten Tiny Places That Have Their Own Domain Names

    Claiming to be a country is an easy task. But to make others accept your claim is a lot harder. Aspiring states need favours from... Read more

  • Gandhi spinning. (Wikimedia Commons)

    20 Gandhi Quotes on Courage, Service, Non-Violence, Self-Improvement, Conviction

    Mahatma Gandhi inspired Martin Luther King Jr. and many others after him, having an impact well beyond his lifetime. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is... Read more

  • A rare Winnie-the-Pooh book showing an inscription from author A.A. Milne asking for artist E.H. Shephard to decorate his tomb. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

    How to Be Happy: Winnie-the-Pooh’s Wise Quotes for Grown-Up Kids

    Although Alan Alexander Milne (1882–1956) created Winnie-the-Pooh as a children’s book character, this cartoon bear’s thoughts can sometimes speak to adults with a philosophical depth... Read more

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    Stars in Star-Spangled Banner Find New Life When the Banner Flies No More

    WICHITA, Kan.—Alicia Gordon and Anne Newkold respectfully take well-worn American flags—after the flags have been washed and air-dried—and carefully remove their embroidered stars. The Wichita-area... Read more

  • This photo provided by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission shows a Kenmore Oscillating Fan Heater.  The heater is being recalled due to Fire and Burn Hazards. (AP Photo/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission)

    Recalls This Week: Fan Heaters, Bicycle Brakes

    A line of fan heaters that can overheat and start a fire and potentially faulty bicycle brakes are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others... Read more


    Free Credit Report & Free Credit Score: Where to Find Yours

    Keeping an eye on your credit is an important thing to do whether you have good credit, are trying to repair your credit, or are... Read more

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    Lost Photos from the Antarctic

    These photos are part of history, left behind by the Antartica expedition of Captain Ernest Shackleton a century ago. However, if it were not for New Zealand’s... Read more

  • The US clergyman and civil rights leader Martin Luther King addresses, 29 March 1966 in Paris' Sport Palace the militants of the "Movement for the Peace." (AFP/GettyImages)

    Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes: 33 Quotes on Education, Courage, Love, Racism, Violence, and Service

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day is coming up. Let’s take a look at some of the quotes from King, a legendary civil rights activist, about... Read more

  • From Curtis's botanical magazine v.23-24 (1806). (Via Biodiversity Heritage Library)

    20 Vintage Flower Prints for a Moment of Delicate Beauty

    Spring blossoms in vintage drawings bring a nostalgic charm. Compiled in an online database by Biodiversity Heritage Library, the prints are from a time when... Read more

  • Higher efficiency saves precious fuel needed for journeys that can often be thousands of kilometres long. Cyclists in Tour de France know this well. (*Shutterstock)

    Doing Maths on the Fly, Birds Form V for Efficiency

    Across the globe, hundreds of species of birds can be seen flying in V-formations. We have long suspected that these formation might help birds fly... Read more

  • This Jan. 15, 2014 photo shows Tootsie's Orchid Lounge on Lower Broadway in Nashville, Tenn. Most of the bars on lower Broadway are free from cover charges, although it’s always good to tip the band when they pass the bucket around. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

    Music Lovers Make the Most of Nashville’s Free Attractions

    NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Nashville’s history is so intertwined with music and creative expression that tunes seem to pour from every door and window. From Music Row... Read more

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    Nicki Minaj ‘Minajesty’ Perfume

      Nicki Minaj has a brand of perfume called “Minajesty.” It is advertised in a most unusual commercial (see video below). The commercial starts with... Read more

  • Argentina's forward and captain Lionel Messi (L) scores during a penalty shoot-out of the semi-final football match between Netherlands and Argentina of the FIFA World Cup at The Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo on July 9, 2014. (DAMIEN MEYER/AFP/Getty Images)

    FIFA World Cup Final, Third Place 2014: Extra Time, Penalty Shootout, Over Time Scenario,Yellow, Red Rules for Knock Out Stage

    The 2014 World Cup is finally drawing to a close with the third place match and the final.  As per all knock out stage games... Read more

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    ‘Gym Rats’ May Get Better Grades in College

    College students who join the campus gym during their freshman and sophomore years tend to have higher GPAs compared to those who don’t. Students who... Read more

  • A replica of a mummy of a young Incan boy on display at the National Museum of Natural History in Santiago, Chile. (Jason Quinn via Wikimedia Commons)

    5 Heart-Warming and Heart-Breaking Archaeological Discoveries

    When describing the discovery of an ancient love letter placed upon the body of a loved one, Chris Scarre, head of the archaeology department at... Read more

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    10 Foods You May Think Are Healthy, But Aren’t (Part 1)

    When patients first visit my office, I always make it my business to find out not only about their health histories and lifestyle habits, but... Read more

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    Boost Your Motivation With 10 Inspirational Quotes

    We all had our moments where everything we did never seemed to go right. For some, it’s emotionally exhausting and impossible to get back on... Read more

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    What Is 7×8? You’ll Need Confidence to Answer Correctly

    The British Chancellor George Osborne recently refused to answer a simple times table question posed to him by seven-year-old school boy Samuel Reddings. Osborne was... Read more

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    Useful Life Hacks for Every Day of the Week

    When life gives you lemons… but what if not everyone appreciates the sour tinge and diabetes-inducing amount of sugar in lemonade? And we all know... Read more

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    Celeberate National French Fries Day With These 10 Facts

    National French Fries Day is celebrated on July 13th. Here are 10 facts you should know about french fries: 1.  It has been debated for... Read more

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    A Simple and Natural Face Mask – DIY

    Instead of using chemical-based products with fancy labels and price tags, you can use the foods in your kitchen for market prices. The following foods... Read more

  • Seriously, don’t think about it. (Flickr/-Snugg-, CC BY-NC)

    Do We Really Hate Thinking So Much We’d Electrocute Ourselves Rather Than Do It?

    The Headline The Guardian: Shocking but true: students prefer jolt of pain than being made to sit and think Nature: We dislike being alone with... Read more

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    5 Ridiculous Competitions You Didn’t Know Existed

    Maybe you have heard of extreme sports, but have you heard of any of these annual competitions? Check them out.   1. Stiletto Race Competing in... Read more

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    The Best Amsterdam Fashion Bloggers Need to Know

    Before talking style, let’s be clear about one thing. Did you know that Holland and the Netherlands are both names for the same country? Moreover,... Read more

  • Marina Shemesh*

    10 Noteworthy Words to Add to Your Vocabulary

    You know that tip-of-the tongue feeling, where you’re trying to remember the correct word to use for something? There’s a word for that. Here are... Read more

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    What’s a Concussion? Review Identifies Four Evidence-Based Indicators

    Based on analysis of the best available research data, a multidisciplinary panel of experts has identified a set of four indicators with the “highest and... Read more

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    Talking to Your Babies Could Help Them Do Better at School

    The rate at which children learn language varies substantially from child to child. Some children show rapid vocabulary growth before they go to school, while... Read more

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    Dark Chocolate Found to Enhance Blood Flow to Legs

    By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News In addition to its other proven health benefits, dark chocolate may also improve the health of peripheral arteries,... Read more

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    Are Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, Frozen Custard, and Gelato Really That Different?

    July is national ice cream month, which exemplifies its importance in our culture. According to the International Dairy Food Association, approximately 9 percent of all... Read more

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    Food Choices Become Unhealthier Every Hour

    The old adage that breakfast is the most important meal might actually be true. According to this infographic from Massive Health, we eat our healthiest meal... Read more

  • Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari gestures during the semi-final football match between Brazil and Germany at The Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte on July 8, 2014, during the 2014 FIFA World Cup . (PEDRO UGARTE/AFP/Getty Images)

    World Cup 2014: Most Lopsided Football Matches, Worst Host Defeat, Biggest Soccer Blowouts in History

    Germany rout Brazil 7-1 in the semi final of World Cup 2014, but what are the biggest World Cup scores and football in general? The... Read more

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    Healing Foods – Top 5

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body The easiest way to heal yourself is to consume foods that have a powerful impact... Read more

  • Plants placed in raised wooden beds, behind walls, or separate from walkways and patios are easier to manage. (Brenda Carson/Hemera/Thinkstock)

    Creating a Low-Maintenance Outdoor Paradise

    We all dream of having a gorgeous outdoor living space where we can relax, entertain, and pass the warm summer days. But often we spend... Read more

  • To create this understated living room, interior designer Burnham, of Burnham Design in Los Angeles, balanced a subtle palette of neutral colors with a mix of rich textures and unique shapes. The effect is powerful, but the room has a soothing elegance. (AP Photo/Burnham Design, Grey Crawford)

    Ask a Designer: Finding Beauty in Subtlety

    Paint your walls a bold color and friends will likely praise your creativity. Invest in a standout piece of furniture or striking work of art... Read more

  • Vintage Patriotic Decor via The Golden Sycamore on Hometalk.

    Fourth of July DIY Extravaganza: 10 Tips That Won’t Cost the Earth

    Decorating your home for special occasions need not cost the earth. Here are some easy to follow craft tips for all the family to enjoy... Read more

  • A wall shelf from IKEA with lots of knobs from P.S. 2014’s collection, designed for the mobile resident. It provides storage and hanging space in one unit. (AP Photo/Ikea)

    Right at Home: Tips for Living in a Small Space

    For many young people, a first apartment might be a cramped studio or just a bedroom in a shared living arrangement. Juggling that room’s living,... Read more

  • Outdoor Vista via Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful on Hometalk.

    8 Patio Ideas to Kick Off Your Summer Celebrations in Style

    Check these 8 wonderful ways to turn your outdoor space into a beautiful living space for celebrating al fresco dinner parties this summer or for... Read more

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    3 Things You Probably Should Replace Now

    “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” ― Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Warhol may have said this... Read more

  • Small, casual pieces of furniture can be moved around when entertaining. Stools can do double duty as side tables. (AnikaSalsera/iStock/Thinkstock)

    Tips for Converting a Home to a Venue for Entertaining

    VICTORIA—Creating a home that can easily be converted from serving the needs of daily life to a venue for entertaining guests is something homeowners might... Read more

  • Inspired by a painting, the foyer is a study of dramatic angles. (Conscious Studios)

    A Family Home Designed with Flair

    A family of five enlisted the help of Trevor Ciona and Curtis Elmy of Atmosphere Interior Design when they built their two-storey home in Saskatoon... Read more

  • Transitional style features classic lines mixed with fresh, modern touches. (Bloomsbury Fine Cabinetry)

    What is Transitional Style?

    Transitional style can be defined as the new classic. This style features classic lines mixed with fresh modern touches. The blend of these design styles... Read more

  • A kitchen renovation in French farmhouse style provides plenty of space for entertaining family and friends.(Tracey Ayton)

    Creating a Gourmet Kitchen For Entertaining

    Cheryl Butters dreamed of a space big enough to bake to her heart’s content. After five years of rubbing elbows in her small kitchen, she... Read more

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    Paper Revolution: From Fashion to Houses, Paper’s Potential is Boundless

    Objects made from paper, or inspired by it, are being elevated to artistic heights. Whether crinkled or cut out, print age-old medium is a material... Read more

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    Three Ways to Use Eggs in Your Beauty Regimen

    Jess has a trio of uses for eggs that go way beyond breakfast. Facial mask First, let’s put those eggs on our face, using them... Read more

  • A living room designed for Dwell with Dignity by Designer Brian Patrick Flynn where he uses neutral accents to tone down the highly energetic tone of apple green wall paint. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn/, Sarah Dorio)

    No Color’s Too Bold for Decor

    It might be practical, of course, to decorate your home with neutral colors and muted earth tones. No need to worry about colors clashing if... Read more

  • The small flowers of Lemon Gem marigold, a different species from common marigolds, stare out like stars from a backdrop of ferny foliage in New Paltz, New York. June 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Lee Reich)

    Lemon Gem Marigold Offers Unusual Foliage, Flowers

    Marigold is among the most widely planted and, hence, mundane of flowers. Yet I enjoy them as an essential part of summer with their yolk-like... Read more

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    How to Make Your Own Natural Toothpaste

    Of all the things in my life that I have switched from commercial to natural, toothpaste has been the most challenging. I really wanted to make... Read more

  • Southern California-based DCR Studio created this giclee print of a retro style Guided Tours canoeing sign, mounted on wood veneer under Plexiglass. (AP Photo/One Kings Lane)

    New Nostalgia: Home Decor With a Retro Vibe

    If you spent childhood summers on a northern lake, grew up lunching at diners and shake shacks, or took a college road trip, you’ll be... Read more

  • A gazebo is a great way to add a new element to your backyard. It provides protection from the sun as well as the rain. (Summerwood Products,

    Transform Your Backyard Into an Oasis

    Spring is upon us after a few harsh winter months, and as we evaluate the damage that Mother Nature has done, we scramble to find... Read more

  • Experimented with different chairs and pair them with a bench to see how well they complement each other. (Michael J Lee)

    Naughty Little Design Secrets

    Tired of playing it safe and following the rules? Take a trip on the wild side and rebel. But, of course, as with any good... Read more

  • Room Designed by Jane Lockhart Interior Design; (Brandon Barré Courtesy of Kylemore Communities,

    Rescue My Design Budget

    Do you ever wish you could send a distress signal to help save your hard-earned cash while designing your home? Here I will show you... Read more

  • A fresh coat of paint has the power to transform your home. (CHT Media)

    My Reno Bucket List: How to Paint a Room

    People often have unfinished business when it comes to home renos and are constantly adding items to their reno wish list. Today, we’re going to... Read more

  • 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0-L EcoBoost (Photo by Benjamin Yong)

    2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0-L EcoBoost

    From a company that once valued big power from big engines, Ford has been changing with the times by focusing development on compact, turbocharged engines... Read more

  • 2015 Kia Sorento (Courtesy of Kia)

    2015 Kia Sorento Limited

    The Sorento has two engines to choose from. The 2.4-L 4-cylinder engine puts down 191 horsepower (3,000 rpm) and 181 lb.-ft. torque (6,300 rpm), while... Read more

  • This undated product image provided by Audi shows the 2015 Audi A3. The car is revamped with new styling and technology. (AP Photo/Audi, Jim Fets)

    Google Maps, Street View-Connected Audi Can Read Tweets, Facebook Posts

    After just a few months on the U.S. market, Audi’s new, entry luxury 2015 A3 sedan is on track to make the German brand fashionable... Read more

  • 2014 Hyundai Elantra GT (Courtesy of

    2014 Hyundai Elantra GT

    With “GT” attached to the name of Hyundai’s new Elantra hatchback released last year, there was a certain expectation of performance that wasn’t quite fulfilled... Read more

  • Maggie McNally-Bradshaw and her husband Curt Bradshaw pose with their Zero electric motorcycles. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

    Harley Helps Put Electric Motorcycles in Spotlight

    PRINCETOWN, N.Y.—When Maggie McNally-Bradshaw and husband Curt hop on their electric motorcycles and twist the throttles, they get a rush like no other. Or maybe... Read more

  • 2014 BMW 3-Series Sports Wagon (Courtesy of BMW)

    BMW’s Sexy 3-Series Diesel Wagon

    In the early 1980s, after their Pontiac Phoenix disintegrated, my parents bought an Oldsmobile Cutlass diesel wagon—woodgrain, burnt orange paint and all. It rattled like... Read more

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    2014 Toyota Avalon Limited

    The 2014 Avalon comes in four models: XLE, XLE Premium, XLE Touring, and Limited. There are also three Hybrid models: XLE, XLE Touring, and Limited... Read more

  • Workhorse and Beauty - the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban is stacked with added features. (Chevrolet)

    2015 Chevrolet Suburban – 12-Generation-Pedigree Continued in Style

    Completely redesigned, the 2015 Chevrolet suburban continues its venerable SUV-story into the 12th generation. A staple from Texan Ranches to suburban youth hockey families, the... Read more

  • South Africa's Kruger National Park witnessed this wild elephant-attack on two women in a car. Unbelievable scenes caught on video. (AOL)

    Watch Terrifying Moment an Elephant Rolls Over a Car (+Video)

    This is the moment a rampaging elephant flips a car carrying two tourists. The massive bull first crushed the front of the Hatchback before rolling... Read more

  • This year's version of the Subaru Forester shows some improvements in many areas, the most notable one being the increased milage. (Subaru)

    2014 Subaru Forester: Bigger, Better, Faster – and More Mileage

    What makes it better than the last model? What doesn’t! There are a lot of good cars in that class – be it the Toyota... Read more

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    Meet Bloodhound SSC, the Supersonic Car Faster Than a Speeding Bullet

    Designed to go faster than sound, the Bloodhound SSC is a 135,000-horse-powered beast of a vehicle that is currently in development. With a target to... Read more

  • 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI  (Courtesy of Volkswagen)

    2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI

    The seventh-generation Golf GTI is bigger, lighter, faster and more fuel efficient than previous generations. Horsepower has increased, but price has decreased by $700, and... Read more

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    2015 Honda Fit: More Space and Horsepower, Better MPG

    Honda hired a professional packer to demonstrate the interior size of its third-generation 2015 Fit at an event in San Diego introducing the all-new subcompact... Read more

  • Michael Schumacher talks with television personality Reinhold Beckmann during the day of the legends event at the Millentor stadium on September 8, 2013 in Hamburg, Germany. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Bongarts/Getty Images)

    Michael Schumacher Coma Update: F1 Driver Will Likely Remain an ‘Invalid,’ Doctor Says

     Michael Schumacher, the seven-time F1 champion, will likely remain an “invalid” for a long time–even the rest of his life, a report is claiming. Last... Read more

  • The console game “Grand Theft Auto V” at a HMV music store in London, England, Sept. 17. (LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

    GTA 5: PC, Xbox One, PS4 ‘GTA V’ Versions Will Likely Get Enhancements Over Xbox 360, PS3 Editions

    “Grand Theft Auto V” was announced for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC more than a week ago–a year after it was released. According... Read more

  • “Grand Theft Auto V” Heists was supposed to come sometime in the spring, but it’s now officially summer.

    GTA Online V Heists Update: Delayed by Rockstar, While ‘Grand Theft Auto 5′ has ‘Not a Hipster’ Event

    “Grand Theft Auto V” Heists was supposed to come sometime in the spring, but it’s now officially summer. Rockstar, who released the “I’m Not a... Read more

  • Spacious and comfortable to ride, the 2014 Buick LaCrosse is a giant car with small fuel consumption. (Buick)

    2014 Buick LaCrosse: Gentle Giant With Small Consumption

    The 2014 Buick LaCrosse offers a comfortable interior, a quiet ride and excellent fuel economy.  Is the Buick LaCrosse the right large car for you?... Read more

  • At this year's Concorso d'Eleganza at Villa d'Este in Lake Como, Italy, this Jaguar XK 120 was the top star. (AOL)

    Jaguar XK120: Watch $3 Million-Car That Hooks Jay Leno, George Clooney and Clark Gable

    Jay Leno was all the rage when he drove a Jaguar X K-120 at this year’s prestigious Oldtimer classic Mille Miglia. The 3 million Dollar... Read more

  • Miracle Survival: Edmund Burgess lost control of this 90 year old Bugatti race car that rolled on top of him - Burgess survived without being hurt. (AOL)

    Watch This Racer Smash His 90 Year Old $500,000 Bugatti

    This is the terrifying moment 56-year-old Edmond Burgess crashed his Bugatti worth more then $300,000 at an Oldtimer Car race in Gloucestershire in Great Britain... Read more

  • Nascar-Racers are standing at the starting line. 3D Printers are already used for the production of certain parts like airfilters. (Getty Images)

    See How 3D Printing Changes the Future of Racing (Video)

    Imagine a world where everything could be made exactly how you want it at the push of a button. Whatever your imagination sees, hears –... Read more

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    I Am a Klutz

    Recently I went to a friend’s home and was helping her prepare dinner. I was opening a can and it suddenly spurted all over. Her... Read more

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    Boost Your Motivation With 10 Inspirational Quotes

    We all had our moments where everything we did never seemed to go right. For some, it’s emotionally exhausting and impossible to get back on... Read more

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    Useful Life Hacks for Every Day of the Week

    When life gives you lemons… but what if not everyone appreciates the sour tinge and diabetes-inducing amount of sugar in lemonade? And we all know... Read more

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    Are You Suffering From These First World Problems?

    For those of us living in the First World, we sometimes have day to day dilemmas about things that are relatively minor. Have you experienced... Read more

  • California Man Catches 482-pound Halibut in Alaska

    SANTA ANA, Calif.—A California man hooked the catch of a lifetime while on vacation in Alaska. The Orange County Register reports Friday 76-year-old Jack McGuire... Read more

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    Burberry Shareholders Reject Big Pay Hike for New CEO

    LONDON—Shareholders of luxury British fashion house Burberry have voted to reject a multimillion-pound pay package for the brand’s new chief. Results of voting at Burberry’s... Read more

  • Seriously, don’t think about it. (Flickr/-Snugg-, CC BY-NC)

    Do We Really Hate Thinking So Much We’d Electrocute Ourselves Rather Than Do It?

    The Headline The Guardian: Shocking but true: students prefer jolt of pain than being made to sit and think Nature: We dislike being alone with... Read more

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    9 Baby Names Banned by Governments

    Sometimes parents go over board in naming their child. Sometimes it’s not the parents, but the government. Here are a list of baby names that... Read more

  • Marina Shemesh*

    10 Noteworthy Words to Add to Your Vocabulary

    You know that tip-of-the tongue feeling, where you’re trying to remember the correct word to use for something? There’s a word for that. Here are... Read more

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    Frontier Airlines Pilot Buys Pizza for Passengers

      A Frontier Airlines pilot is being hailed as a hero, and not for anything he did in the air (via NBC). Few things are... Read more

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    6 Strange (But Easy) Ways to Be More Productive

    Until cloning yourself or the 50-hour day become possibilities, there are things you can do right now to get more done. The best part? These... Read more

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    7 Tips For Surviving Your Day

    You’re not alone when you experience boredom or lose the willingness to work at some point during your busy day. According to 2013 Employee Motivation... Read more

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    Webcam Bird Rescue Shows How Quickly Our Attraction to Nature Can Turn Sour

    The proliferation of webcams streaming live feeds has brought wild animals directly onto our screens, sometimes from thousands of miles away. Watching on the web... Read more

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    Things You’re Missing While Living in the City Life

    You may think that the city life has everything. Its true, it has more than a small town by having a lot of people’s favorite... Read more

  • 100-year-old German Turns Tables on Trickster

    BERLIN— This 100-year-old German woman was too sharp for a would-be trickster. Police in Berlin said Tuesday they have arrested a 31-year-old man on suspicion... Read more

  • A treeplanter walks along a logging road, lined by cut-blocks waiting to be re-planted with pine seedlings in British Columbia, Canada. Keeping in good spirits can be hard in this line of work, but it pays off. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    15 Lessons Learned by a Canadian Treeplanter to Help Face Challenges in Everyday Life

    Treeplanting is a job that brings extreme mental and physical challenges, and thus great personal growth. I spent seven summers planting trees in northern Canada,... Read more

  • This book cover image released by Ballantine Books shows "Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me: The Pursuit of Happiness, One Celebrity at a Time," by Rachel Bertsche. (AP Photo/Ballantine Books)

    Can Living Like a Star Produce a Happy Ending?

    Author and celebrity-watcher Rachel Bertsche spent nearly a year emulating the lifestyles of several famous female stars, seeking contentment, productivity and better arms. Her new... Read more

  • Natural perfume artisan and author Mandy Aftel. (Courtesy of

    Mandy Aftel’s Cabinet of Curious Scents

    Whether we like it or not, and whether the smells that surround us are pleasant or not, scent is something we cannot avoid in our... Read more

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    Words of the Dying Left for Loved Ones: Making Farewell Videos

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. —Carolyn Ngbokoli doesn’t remember the sound of her mother’s voice. She was just 19 when her mom died, and no recordings were left... Read more

  • "Nautilus.” Photographer Erez Marom describes this scene: “One of the most amazing sights I’ve seen in Iceland was the opening to this ice cave in Vatnajökull Glacier. The patterns, colors, and reflections were mind boggling, and conveyed the true sensation of being inside a natural wonder.” (Erez Marom)

    We Know Iceland is Photogenic, but What This Photographer Captured Is Astounding (Photo Gallery)

    Erez Marom was born in 1980 in Holon, Israel, where he still lives today, though his annual trips to Iceland inspire him greatly. He spends... Read more

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    Where is the Best View of London?

    Paris has the Eiffel tower, Reykjavik has Hallgrímskirkja, New York has the Empire State, Rome has Palatine Hill, but what does London have? The Shard?... Read more

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    Fantastic Walk Through Canada’s Culture

    Canadian Museum of History: Soaring totem poles, a freedom fighter’s jacket & Canada’s most artful building THE FIRST MARVELLOUS thing I saw upon entering the Canadian Museum... Read more

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  • In this Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 photo, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, right, talks with employees of DeNA, a video-game and e-commerce company founded by a woman, at their office in Tokyo. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who took office a year ago, has made the advancement of women a pillar of his economic revival policies in the most aggressive and ambitious initiative to back the rise of Japanese women in years. During a recent trip to Tokyo, Biden visited DeNA to drive home Abe’s message of promoting women. “Women are half the sky. They are half the brainpower. They are half the energy. They’re half the innovation,” Biden said. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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