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Articles about color drenched brooklyn brownstone on Dwell.com - Dwell

How do you make a Brooklyn brownstone more sustainable? First, get rid of the brownstone.<p>Twenty-nine years after Robert Moses’s death, the mixed legacy of New York’s über–urban planner remains inescapable.<p>A family enlists Brooklyn design-build firm MADE to renovate a brownstone using surplus and …

Articles about color story 10 ways design black on Dwell.com - Dwell

Last week, we saw 15 modern homes with black exteriors.<p>Color has a unique way of transforming a space when used creatively to draw attention or capture a mood.<p>By striving for the “super normal,” the soft-spoken Brit has made noise with his inclusive, intuitive design.<p>The Bauhaus designer’s modern …

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Richie Incognito injury: Dolphins LG leaves game with apparent neck injury

The Dolphins' struggling offensive line took another hit Thursday night.<p>Miami Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito left Thursday night's game against the Cincinnati Bengals with an apparent neck injury in the second quarter. There is no word yet on the extent of the injury.<p>Trainers were spotted …

Andy Dalton ends hot streak with woeful game vs. Dolphins

A stellar four game stretch was erased by bad play on Thursday night.<p>October had been kind to Andy Dalton for 30 days, but Halloween became a horror for the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback when he turned the ball over four times in a 22-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins. Dalton will take home the AFC …

Dolphins win on Cameron Wake's safety sack of Andy Dalton in OT

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- With the Miami Dolphins needing any kind of score to end a four-game losing streak, two points were plenty.<p>Cameron Wake sacked …

Bengals vs. Dolphins 2013 final score: Miami win on overtime safety, 22-20

Andy Dalton struggled and was sacked in the end zone in overtime to hand Miami an overtime victory.<p>The Cincinnati Bengals out-gained the Miami Dolphins by more than 150 yards in the second half, but they were unable to tip the scales due to a series of Andy Dalton turnovers. Fittingly then, the …

Rising levels of acids in seas may endanger marine life, says study

Rapidly rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are causing a potential catastrophe in our oceans as they become more acidic, scientists have warned.<p>Hans Poertner, professor of marine biology at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany, and co-author of a new study of the phenomenon, told the …

'Grueling' hours at banks in focus after intern death

The widespread culture of long working hours and all-nighters for banking interns has been criticized after the death of a 21-year-old intern last week, with recruiters and human resources groups calling for changes to guidelines and working practices.<p>Moritz Erhardt collapsed at his London home in …

Ballmer Departure From Microsoft Was More Sudden Than Portrayed by the Company

According to sources close to the situation, the departure of CEO Steve Ballmer from Microsoft last week was more sudden than was depicted by the …

Preschoolers who stutter do just fine socially, new study shows - TODAY.com

When parents hear their 3- or 4-year-old struggle with stuttering, many can’t help imagining all the ways it will cause them anxiety, especially when they enter preschool: they’ll be teased, have trouble making friends or be afraid to speak up.<p>But a new Australian study, published Monday in the …

Wait, What’s That? The Science Behind Why Your Mind Keeps Wandering

If you’re experiencing an attention deficit, you’re far from alone.<p>Try this: Count your exhalations–1, 2, 3–all the way to 10. See if you can get to 10 without thinking about lunch or laundry or deadlines or dates.<p>Unless you’ve trained your attention, it’ll probably start to wander–which, new …

What’s Really Behind the Ever-Rising Cost of Raising a Child in America

It's never been more expensive to have kids. But it's never been cheaper to clothe and feed them, as well. So what's getting more expensive?<p>Much was made last week of a recent study on the cost of child-rearing by economist Mark Lino at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The total cost of raising …

Amid Reported Rumors of Drug Binge, Friends of Lamar Odom Say He Isn’t Missing

Despite reported rumors of a crack-cocaine binge, close friends of Lamar Odom say that he isn’t missing.<p>Despite rampant speculation, close friends of …

The Size of the Government Is in the Eye of the Beholder

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>A Sunday article in the <i>Washington Post</i> offered straightforward data on changes in the size of …

Wall Street Hearts Tesla

As Tesla’s stock keeps soaring, Wall Street’s ability to keep perspective seems to have disappeared.<p>Wise men say only fools rush in. Yet Wall Street …

Less time at the office doesn’t make people happier, study shows

Problem<p>Work is making you miserable. Your boss is a mean little man with a clip-on tie and a rub-on tan and he’s got you running round the office like a dog around a track. Your coworkers unironically say things like “hump day” and “working hard, or hardly working?” If you could just spend a few …

Not enough to graduate college: Now there's an exit exam

BOSTON -- Seniors returning to classes at dozens of U.S. colleges and universities have one more hurdle to prepare for this school year: a new standardized test for graduating students intended to give prospective employers a measure of their abilities.<p>Called Collegiate Learning Assessment Plus …

Debt limit to be hit by mid-October

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Monday warned congressional leaders that the government will run up against its borrowing limit by mid-October, setting up an earlier-than-expected deadline for what will be the fall’s most contentious battle between the Obama administration and Republicans.<p>Lew said …

New findings about the human genome bring us closer to schizophrenia treatment

An international team of doctors from the University of North Carolina, MIT, Harvard, and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm have taken a major step toward pinpointing the genetic causes of schizophrenia. The mental illness affecting some 24 million people worldwide has so far proven incurable, …

Over 360 dogs rescued in multi-state dog fighting raid

AUSTIN, Texas — Some 367 pit bulls, many scarred and emaciated, have been rescued and a dozen people across the southeastern United States have been charged with dog fighting in what animal advocacy groups called one of the largest such raids in U.S. history.<p>"The number of dogs seized and the …

King anniversary puts a spotlight on Obama and civil rights

Instead of joining a reenactment of the March on Washington, the president will speak at a formal event. The decision highlights his odd place within the movement.<p>August 26, 2013|By Christi Parsons and Kathleen Hennessey<p>A woman holds a flag depicting President Obama as she participates in …

Research finds 'US effect' exaggerates results in human behaviour studies

Scientists who study human behaviour are more likely than average to report exaggerated or eye-catching results if they are based in the United States, according to an analysis of more than 1,000 research papers in psychiatry and genetics. This bias could be due to the research culture in the US, …

The Astonishing Decline of Homelessness in America

... and why this quiet trend is about to reverse itself<p>Despite a housing crisis, a great recession, rising income inequality, and elevated poverty, there is some good news among the most vulnerable segment of American society. America’s homeless population – an estimated 633,000 people – has …

The Debt Ceiling Could Hit Sooner Than Anyone Thinks

The debt ceil­ing is a time bomb with a faulty timer: All of Wash­ing­ton sees it tick­ing to­ward de­fault, but nobody knows ex­actly when it will …

Syria says it will defend itself against Western strikes

Syria has said it will defend itself using "all available means" against a military strike from the West, and warned that any action would serve al-Qaeda's interests.<p><b>Britain confirms 'contingency plans' for strike <br>Russia warns of 'catastrophic consequences' <br>US: 'Compelling evidence' Assad behind</b> …

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