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20 wines under $20: Because summer wine season is approaching
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Officers in Germany recently caught 21 families trying to travel a few days before official vacations, when tickets often cost less. The fine is up to $1,200.
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Taking On Climate Change
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What to do when a higher-level job doesn’t include a better title or salary
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Migraine is the most disabling neurological disease in the world among people under age 50. Yet many who have them don’t realize it.
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It's a staple of language classes and parental lectures: Say thank you. But as it turns out, human beings say thank you far less often than we might think.
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Naked George — not its official name — arrived in New York on schedule
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Kaliningrad's struggling soccer team can't fill the stadium it now calls home, but soon the players will have a $280 million stadium Russia built for the World Cup.
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"If 'outrage' meant a lynching or rape a mere 150 years ago, how did it come to express something as trivial as one starlet’s retort to another?"
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Sloppy medical records aren't just jeopardizing patient care. They're preventing scientists from finding new cancer treatments. "The data are trapped."
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Summer is for road trips. And road trips are for snacks.
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"Do I have an ethical obligation not to enter a system that is clearly deeply flawed, if it so happens that those flaws seem to have worked out to some degree in my favor?"
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A look at the continued cultural relevance of SpongeBob SquarePants
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“If people had the same levels of student debt as about 20 years ago, they probably would be buying a lot more homes than they are buying now"
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“If people had the same levels of student debt as about 20 years ago, they probably would be buying a lot more homes than they are buying now,” one economist said
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These home upgrades don’t require as much effort as you’d think
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Britain’s Big Squeeze: In Britain, Austerity Is Changing Everything
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The 5 Best Summer Fruits, Ranked
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With Sheer Will, LeBron James Leads the Cavaliers Back to the Finals
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The 7 greatest packaged frozen treats, ranked
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