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This guy used a frequent-flyer loophole to take a $60,000 trip in a first-class suite on Emirates — here's what it was like

Travel blogger Sam Huang recently cashed in his Alaska Airlines frequent-flyer miles for a $60,000 trip around the world, and luckily he took plenty of pictures documenting what it was like.<p>"Unlimited Dom Perignon, wild caviar, and a shower spa while flying 40,000 feet in the air — it's no wonder …

8 Ways to Breathe New Life into Your Old Ride

There’s nothing wrong with holding on to an old car, racking up miles on the odometer and forming a connection with it. After a few thousand miles, …

How to Invest Money When You Don't Have Any

My quest to learn about finance as an ignorant twentysomething.<p>For months after college, my job was to sit in a windowless warehouse with dozens of other schlubs and type summaries of meetings dictated to me over the phone. The shift went from midnight to 6 AM. I'd eat the free Dominos my employer …

Go Lutz Yourself: There Are No Bad Cars, Only Bad Designs

The MVP in a car company? Hint: it's not the CEO.<p>There aren't any bad cars anymore. They just don't exist. The days of seeing a comparison test of four cars where one is the obvious loser are gone, replaced by a new age of automotive equality. Reliability, braking, steering, handling, ride, and …

This stunning combat art reveals what aerial warfare was like during World War II

Thanks to the digital camera, battlefield artists are quickly fading in relevance.<p>But handcrafted battlefield art often best evokes the realities of past armed conflict. Art from the skies of World War II is an fascinating genre unto itself.<p>Check out this blast-from-the-past aerial-combat art, a …

Awesome photos of the US Army through history

From this inauspicious start, the US Army has gone on to become the strongest fighting force in the world.<p>The US Army is the largest of the branches on the United States Armed Forces, and it is responsible for land-based operations. Despite this, the Army still has access to some of the best …

Before twin tornadoes, photographer caught other amazing storm shots

A double-tornado picture captured by weather photographer Kelly DeLay is taking the world by storm.<p>The image, snapped Thursday near Simla, Colo., shows a massive supercell — a thunderstorm with a deep, persistent rotating updraft — with two tornadoes underneath, a rarity, according to DeLay, who is …

We’re all ShamWow schemers now: The American dream is now selling useless nonsense to other suckers — even our Facebook friends

A stable career? Building a business? While D.C. has same useless debates, a desperate middle class tries anything<p>There was an educated and sophisticated woman I knew in the small mining town in which I was raised who just last week posted a pitch for a “multi-level marketing” (MLM) product on …

Finance Goals For Your 20s | The Art of Manliness

You’ll sometimes hear these days that 30 is the new 20, and the importance of moving towards career, relationship, and finance goals in your twenties …

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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

What She Said<p>Master the fine art of managing (sexy) expectations.<p>By Sophia Benoit3 days agoView More<p>Ask a Bartender<p>Bartenders tell us what to do with …

Men's Grooming Checklist | The Art of Manliness

To get to be a well-groomed gentleman, it’s not necessary to be overly fastidious and twee. You want to strike a balance between metrosexuality and …

Love, American Style: Iraq's Kurds fans of all things US, Bush

The bald eagle, Old Glory and the almighty dollar are king in this portion of Iraq, where ethnic Kurds don’t hide their affection for the U.S.<p>Shops peddle American flags, U.S. military gear is prized and the locals speak glowingly of the nation they credit with removing Saddam Hussein, the dictator …