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Sat, May 23, 2015 2:00 PM
The birthplace of history's most famous ship is experiencing an unexpected renaissance.
Olives have held a place of prestige, symbolically and agriculturally, in a wide range of cultures for thousands of years.
As public interest in colonizing the red planet grows, South Dakota would like to remind everyone that it has 'plenty of jobs and plenty of air.'
It's going to take a lot more than a simple drawing to solve our nation's hunger problems, but it certainly helps if a famous celebrity is the one doing the doodling!
Fans flood Twitter with makeup-free faces using the #GirlYouDontNeedMakeup hashtag.
You can't control aging entirely, but you can influence it with some smart choices.
A look at the Kathmandu Valley's World Heritage Site-listed monuments in better days.
Those fun childhood memories can be a source of nostalgia and optimism.
AfrikaBurn follows the same principles of communal empowerment as Burning Man and adds an element of pay-it-forward teaching to the festivities.
Last weekend's 'Preppercon' was attended by thousands interested in the latest gear, underground bunkers and other items to survive the apocalypse.
Chuck Leavell of the Rolling Stones and MNN welcomes journalist-musicians to a well-timed party in D.C.
Reusing old household items can give your home a fun, rustic dimension.
There's more to our biology than simply being male or female.
Dan Fredinburg, one of 3 Americans killed in the Nepal earthquake, was given several notes from friends to read at the summit. His friend Max published one in memoriam.
Novelty architecture can take on many fantastical forms, but animal-shaped buildings are in a league of their own.
A magnitude-7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal over the weekend, killing thousands.
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