July 2016

By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on realsimple.com. Summer should be spent enjoying cookouts and pool parties—not stressing about frizzy hair or oily skin. Here, the solutions to your biggest summer beauty problems from experts we trust. Rela...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on realsimple.com. Your boss regularly bombards you with e-mails at 2 a.m. on Sunday. If you look at your inbox on a Sunday, “work isn’t encroaching on your personal life—you’re inviting work into your persona...
By Erika Owen, July 29, 2016
A tiny dribble of volcanic lava made its way down a 6.5-mile cliffside on the island of Hawaii this week, completing a journey that started in May. The Kilauea Volcano is the most active of the five volcanoes that make up the island. Once th...
By Melanie Lieberman, July 29, 2016
Boeing is the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, but not all of its planes are as popular as the rest. Citing “lower-than-expected demand” in a regulatory filing, Boeing said decreased orders have put the future of the 747 “Jumbo Jet” in je...
By Melanie Lieberman, July 29, 2016
Boeing is the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, but not all of its planes are as popular as the rest. Citing “lower-than-expected demand” in a regulatory filing, Boeing said decreased orders have put the future of the 747 “Jumbo Jet” in je...
By Melanie Lieberman, July 29, 2016
Boeing is the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, but not all of its planes are as popular as the rest. Citing “lower-than-expected demand” in a regulatory filing, Boeing said decreased orders have put the future of the 747 “Jumbo Jet” in je...
By Melanie Lieberman, July 29, 2016
Boeing is the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, but not all of its planes are as popular as the rest. Citing “lower-than-expected demand” in a regulatory filing, Boeing said decreased orders have put the future of the 747 “Jumbo Jet” in je...
By Melanie Lieberman, July 29, 2016
Boeing is the world's largest aircraft manufacturer, but not all of its planes are as popular as the rest. Citing “lower-than-expected demand” in a regulatory filing, Boeing said decreased orders have put the future of the 747 “Jumbo Jet” in je...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on realsimple.com Summer is in full swing, which (hopefully) means trips to the park or the beach. If you’re taking a picnic along, you should know a few food safety rules so you can pack, transport, and eat your ...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
YouTuber TopFelya captured the takeoff and landing of an ANA Boeing 787 Dreamliner at the Farnborough Air Show earlier this month in stunning HD. The steep takeoff—which is more about showing off the aircraft's capabilities than displaying a ma...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on health.com If you've ever spent some time doodling with crayons or sculpting a lump of Play-Doh and emerged feeling refreshed and relaxed, science may have an explanation. Researchers found that levels of the s...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai has an unusual attraction for thrillseekers: On the skyscraper's 88th floor, there is a glass walkway with not even handrails to block the views. The walkway—which opened to the public on Thursday—doesn't just let p...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai has an unusual attraction for thrillseekers: On the skyscraper's 88th floor, there is a glass walkway with not even handrails to block the views. The walkway—which opened to the public on Thursday—doesn't just let p...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai has an unusual attraction for thrillseekers: On the skyscraper's 88th floor, there is a glass walkway with not even handrails to block the views. The walkway—which opened to the public on Thursday—doesn't just let p...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai has an unusual attraction for thrillseekers: On the skyscraper's 88th floor, there is a glass walkway with not even handrails to block the views. The walkway—which opened to the public on Thursday—doesn't just let p...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai has an unusual attraction for thrillseekers: On the skyscraper's 88th floor, there is a glass walkway with not even handrails to block the views. The walkway—which opened to the public on Thursday—doesn't just let p...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
In honor of the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence from Russia, Norway is considering giving its neighbor a new record. When the border between Finland and Norway was drawn in the 1750s, it cut through the Halti mountain range and ende...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
The grandest Christmas markets in the world bring to mind snowy town squares filled with cheery, rosy-cheeked families shopping for toys, trinkets, and tasty warm drinks. European markets are especially magical—Germans, particularly, know how to d...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
The grandest Christmas markets in the world bring to mind snowy town squares filled with cheery, rosy-cheeked families shopping for toys, trinkets, and tasty warm drinks. European markets are especially magical—Germans, particularly, know how to d...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
The grandest Christmas markets in the world bring to mind snowy town squares filled with cheery, rosy-cheeked families shopping for toys, trinkets, and tasty warm drinks. European markets are especially magical—Germans, particularly, know how to d...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. In an age where we’re all constantly looking down at our phones, there’s a serious danger of pedestrians accidentally stepping into traffic. But a proposal for traffic lights embedded in pavement coul...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com. Remember The Bunyadi – London’s clothing-optional pop-up restaurant that garnered so much interest it had tens of thousands of people on its waiting list before the first nude diner even walked in the...
By Lisa Cheng, July 29, 2016
San Francisco    Get 30 percent off from the Hotel Nikko, a 523-room cosmopolitan property known for doting Asian hospitality and a prime location near Union Square.   Summer in the City includes: One night in Petite Queen room Four ...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
Driving across the United States and taking in the majestic landscapes is the stuff many a novel—and daydream—are made of. The country's geography is so varied that no two road trips are exactly the same: There are thousands of different itiner...
By Nathan Lump, July 29, 2016
This week we at Travel + Leisure found ourselves at the center of a surprising dust-up: an organization called the American Family Association started a petition against the hotel company Hilton Worldwide, thanks to an advertisement that appeared ...
By Nathan Lump, July 29, 2016
This week we at Travel + Leisure found ourselves at the center of a surprising dust-up: an organization called the American Family Association started a petition against the hotel company Hilton Worldwide, thanks to an advertisement that appeared ...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. Wildlife workers have rescued six baby rhinos from being swept away by floodwaters fromtorrential monsoon rains in India. The floods began last week in the Assam state of northeastern India, displa...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. Wildlife workers have rescued six baby rhinos from being swept away by floodwaters fromtorrential monsoon rains in India. The floods began last week in the Assam state of northeastern India, displa...
By N/A, July 29, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. Wildlife workers have rescued six baby rhinos from being swept away by floodwaters fromtorrential monsoon rains in India. The floods began last week in the Assam state of northeastern India, displa...
By Jessica Plautz, July 29, 2016
Luke Aikins has made more than 18,000 parachute jumps, but he's trying something new on Saturday. The experienced skydiver will be jumping out of a plane at 25,000 feet without a parachute, and without a wingsuit. Instead, he'll be relying on h...
By Steven Casale, July 28, 2016
Christmas in France is more than just one day, and while celebrations vary throughout the country, most things get into gear by Saint Nicholas Day on December 6. Whether it be oyster hour in Paris, mulled wine in Toulouse, or a circus performance ...
By Steven Casale, July 28, 2016
Christmas in France is more than just one day, and while celebrations vary throughout the country, most things get into gear by Saint Nicholas Day on December 6. Whether it be oyster hour in Paris, mulled wine in Toulouse, or a circus performance ...
By Steven Casale, July 28, 2016
Christmas in France is more than just one day, and while celebrations vary throughout the country, most things get into gear by Saint Nicholas Day on December 6. Whether it be oyster hour in Paris, mulled wine in Toulouse, or a circus performance ...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Two tourists who drove their Fiat through a pedestrian area of Venice had a 21st century excuse: Google Maps. A pedestrian was almost hit by the car along the Grand Canal, reported La Nuova di Venezia e Mestre, at which point locals confronted ...
By Erika Owen, July 28, 2016
Planning a vacation is easier than ever, thanks to time- and money-saving apps, review websites, and travel tech. Of all the social platforms available to us, there's one that stands out among the crowd for making trip planning not only easier,...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
JetBlue, which has already been servicing Cuba with charter flights to and from the United States, will be the first to offer regular commercial flights on August 31. One-way fares from Florida will start at $99. American Airlines begins servic...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
JetBlue, which has already been servicing Cuba with charter flights to and from the United States, will be the first to offer regular commercial flights on August 31. One-way fares from Florida will start at $99. American Airlines begins servic...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
If you thought Christmas was a big deal at Grandma’s house, just wait until you visit Biltmore Estate. As the country’s largest, privately-owned residence, Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina is among the country's most elaborately-decorat...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
If you thought Christmas was a big deal at Grandma’s house, just wait until you visit Biltmore Estate. As the country’s largest, privately-owned residence, Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina is among the country's most elaborately-decorat...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on health.com Q: Is it so terrible to have a glass of wine while on antibiotics? With a few antibiotics in particular, it is a pretty big deal. Metronidazole, tinidazole, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole shoul...
By Mike Pomranz, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com. A sandwich might be an easy meal choice, but that casual attitude toward getting something to eat apparently also results in a more lax attitude when it comes to nutrition, and it could be compromising...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
A baby humpback whale was stranded on the rocks at Tweed Heads, in New South Wales, Australia, but a group of people went to extraordinary efforts to get the animal off the rocks and back into the ocean. The whales migrate along the Australian ...
By Anthony Giglio, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on Foodandwine.com. People! Here’s the deal with stemware: There’s a rod of glass between the base and the bowl of a wine glass for several reasons, and the absolute most important of those is to keep your 98.6-de...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. Maintenance workers discovered about 3 kilos of cocaine on two JetBlue planes in Lake City, Florida, ABC News reported Wednesday. The cocaine was tucked behind insulation inside a panel in the lugg...
By Erika Owen, July 28, 2016
If you think Central Park is only good for its slightly quieter reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, you're missing out. As it turns out, the park can actually be used as a giant sundial. Understandably, this isn't a universally ...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on Time.com. Breakout Kiwi pop star Lorde is pretty famous; she’s a Grammy winner, a bona fide member of Taylor Swift’s girl squad, and a teen icon. But for better or worse, not everyone recognizes the generally low...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
This story originally appeared on FWx.com Visiting 10 San Diegan breweries in 48 hours isn't a great idea any way you cut it: at best, you'll only have a brief amount of time to enjoy the magnificent creations of the hardworking craftspeople in...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Pope Francis is touring Poland through July 31, for the celebration of the Catholic church's World Youth Day. Pope John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985 with the purpose of inspiring youth to follow Christian values. The largest Worl...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Pope Francis is touring Poland through July 31, for the celebration of the Catholic church's World Youth Day. Pope John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985 with the purpose of inspiring youth to follow Christian values. The largest Worl...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Pope Francis is touring Poland through July 31, for the celebration of the Catholic church's World Youth Day. Pope John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985 with the purpose of inspiring youth to follow Christian values. The largest Worl...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Pope Francis is touring Poland through July 31, for the celebration of the Catholic church's World Youth Day. Pope John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985 with the purpose of inspiring youth to follow Christian values. The largest Worl...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
Pope Francis is touring Poland through July 31, for the celebration of the Catholic church's World Youth Day. Pope John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985 with the purpose of inspiring youth to follow Christian values. The largest Worl...
By Jessica Plautz, July 28, 2016
On a recent flight from Germany to Atlanta, an Army private was escorting the remains of a World War II soldier when a youth choir who happened to be onboard joined in to offer a touching tribute. “There was a Army private in uniform that so ha...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
It’s impossible to miss the Louisville Slugger Museum. Housed in a former tobacco warehouse on Louisville’s Main Street, it’s the only building downtown with a 129-foot baseball bat, the world’s largest, leaning against it. An exact replica of Bab...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
It’s impossible to miss the Louisville Slugger Museum. Housed in a former tobacco warehouse on Louisville’s Main Street, it’s the only building downtown with a 129-foot baseball bat, the world’s largest, leaning against it. An exact replica of Bab...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
It’s impossible to miss the Louisville Slugger Museum. Housed in a former tobacco warehouse on Louisville’s Main Street, it’s the only building downtown with a 129-foot baseball bat, the world’s largest, leaning against it. An exact replica of Bab...
By N/A, July 28, 2016
It’s impossible to miss the Louisville Slugger Museum. Housed in a former tobacco warehouse on Louisville’s Main Street, it’s the only building downtown with a 129-foot baseball bat, the world’s largest, leaning against it. An exact replica of Bab...
By N/A, July 27, 2016
It’s been true for a little while now, but it’s worth repeating (lest we still harbor an inferiority complex toward the Old World): You don’t have to leave these 50 states in order to see world-class modern art. From coast to coast, and even the G...
By N/A, July 27, 2016
It’s been true for a little while now, but it’s worth repeating (lest we still harbor an inferiority complex toward the Old World): You don’t have to leave these 50 states in order to see world-class modern art. From coast to coast, and even the G...

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