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Guam becomes first U.S. territory to allow gay marriage

Guam's attorney general on Wednesday directed officials to immediately begin processing same-sex-marriage applications, putting the island on course to be the first U.S. territory to allow gay marriage.<p>Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson's instructions came two days after a lesbian couple …

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Better Than 'Survivor': Wild Drama Hooks Viewers On Nest Web Cams

Fans of Boulder County's osprey nest cam saw a bit of drama last season.<p>Two females and a male were living in the nest, when a third female arrived and kicked the original female out. Observers said she bonded with the male.<p>"People called it ... the 'home-wrecker osprey,' " says Nik Brockman, …

23 Stress Hacks That Will Actually Change Your Life

Easy, breezy, life-changing.

The Month In Plagues: Parasitic Worm Sex, Lemony Malaria, And More

Your monthly roundup of infestations, contagions, and controls from around the web:<p><i>In outbreak news</i><p>The Ebola outbreak continues in West Africa. Liberia was reportedly Ebola-free earlier this month, but has since had a new patient. The severity of the outbreak in Sierra Leone prompted a three-day …

Hamburger Crocs Are The Most Tragically Beautiful Shoe The World Has Ever Seen

Facts are facts: Crocs are the least most handsome shoe on the market. They are functional fashion at its prime. Their sleek heel strap signifies security and their ventilated top conveys that the feet inside the clogs belong to a person with a free spirit.<p>These days, you can find Crocs in a …

These Are the World's Five Most Popular Types of Tea

Tea, part of a $10 billion dollar industry, is the second most popular drink in the world after water. All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis species of plant. And while ingredients like mint, chamomile and rooibos are often grouped under the ‘tea’ section of a menu, the plants bear no relation …