It's like training wheels for making pie. If you think you can't make pie, I'm about to prove you wrong. No-bake peanut butter pie is perfect for when you need to make dessert but feel like your baking
By Carolyn Hax Carolyn Hax Advice columnist Email Bio Follow Carolyn Hax is on leave. This column originally ran Aug. 22, 2012. Dear Carolyn: My daughter, 12, has had the same best friend since she was
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(CNN) — A photo exhibition is showing the effects of climate change to world leaders and climate change experts. Entitled "Climate Change -- In Focus," it shows the best 100 photographs from a global and
Did you take on the responsibility of roasting a whole Thanksgiving turkey for the first time this year? Deep breaths — we’re here to walk you through a delicious, foolproof turkey recipe that yields most
Share these books with your kids to inspire good and give thanks, from our friends at Common Sense Media. Looking for ways to raise kids who are grateful for their blessings? This list of books will inspire
It is by peering into the universe – not ourselves – that we understand the meaning of life We are obsessed with ourselves. We study our history, our psychology, our philosophy, our gods. Much of our revolves
In a world full of superficial greetings and surface-level chatter, it's of vital importance you confront truths that you may not like to hear. When forced to encounter fears that otherwise go unacknowledged,
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In today's world, brain is worth more than brawn, and even ancient tricks can help. We live in a digital age surrounded by smart devices and connectivity, where everyone is trying to get smarter, faster.
A short news clip from a New Zealand paper published in 1912 has gone viral as an example of an early news story to make the connection between burning fossil fuels and climate change. The Rodney and Times
Where’s the infrastructure? During Friday’s massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on DNS service provider Dyn, one might be forgiven for mistaking the maps of network outages for images some
Start packing. We already know the most efficient and sight-packed route to drive to see all the continental states, but what if you only wanted to focus on seeing the most beautiful nature in America?
In the new book 'Truevine,' journalist Beth Macy details their mother's three-decade quest to get her boys back. In 1899, George and Willie Muse, then nine and six, were abducted from Truevine, Virginia,
Damian Marley, reggae icon and the youngest son of the world's most famous smoker, is partnering with a cannabis company to turn a 77,000-square-foot former prison into a legal grow op. "The statement