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12 epic views that prove Southeast Utah is the most beautiful place in the country

THE EPIC VIEWS in Southeastern Utah cannot be adequately portrayed with photos. You have to see and explore these locations for yourself, hike the …

National Parks

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Top 10 Hacks for Having $1 Million for Retirement.

Spend less than you earn, especially when you start earning more, and you are halfway to being rich.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Hopefully everyone answered yes to that question about becoming a millionaire. But for many of us that may sound like a pipe dream.<p>The …

Personal Finance

12 Travel Map Apps That Beat Google Maps Whether or Not You Have WiFi

Chunky GPS units are a thing of the past. These days, everyone is finding their way by using their smartphones. Although we’ll be the first to admit that we love the industry standard, Google Maps (especially with the new pit stop function), there are a few things that GM just can’t account for. …

28 incredible roads to drive in your lifetime

From a mountain pass in Abu Dhabi to routes that wind through the Swiss Alps, these roads make for a drive you won't soon forget.<p><i>Sarah Schmalbruch contributed to an earlier version of this post.</i>

Hiking

A Midcentury Modern Pioneer Talks About Working At 100

And that legendary Playboy spread.<p>In the 1940s and ’50s, Scandinavian furniture flooded the United States–and one of the designers who left an indelible mark during that era was Jens Risom.<p>The Danish-born practitioner, who turned 100 on May 8, is one of the last living icons who shaped the movement …

Design

This Man Has Been Living On Cruise Ships for Twenty Years

Mario Salcedo took his first cruise almost twenty years ago—and never stopped.<p>There’s a home-made sign on deck 11 of Royal Caribbean’s <i>Navigator of the Seas</i> that reads ‘Super Mario’s Office’. Every morning, a dapper, tanned passenger perches there, quietly tapping away at his keyboard. An office …

Shipping

Retiring in Mexico: More Affordable Than Ever

If you've been to Mexico, it probably was to visit some of the country's beautiful beaches.<p>Puerto Vallarta, Mexico<p>But there's much more to Mexico than beaches. It's one of the biggest and most culturally and geographically diverse countries in the world... and it's right on your doorstep.<p>And today, …

Mexico

10 Questions to Ask Before Booking Travel Accommodations

Spontaneity looks awfully daring and fabulous in the movies, but I'm one of those travelers who'd really rather know she has a place to crash before arriving in a foreign destination. If that tweaks your carefree style, my apologies -- but sometimes a little peace of mind makes a tiny bit of …

Asia Travel

The Top 10 Most-Visited National Parks

If someone tells you to take a hike, head directly to Montana’s Glacier National Park where 700 miles of trails wind through the forest-covered …

National Parks

National Nutrition Month: 5 easy ways to improve your health

March is National Nutrition Month, sponsored by The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and dedicated to helping Americans eat more healthfully. This year’s theme is “Savor the flavor of eating right.” Use this month to focus on your health and eating habits and develop healthful habits that will …

Nutrition

Banish those midlife blues – the secret to happiness starts with one small step

Expert behind survey on middle-age misery says it’s better to be outdoors with friends – and to throw away the self-help books<p>Feeling on the verge of a midlife crisis? The key to a happier you can be simple: switch off your mobile now and again, listen to music, head outdoors, or spend some time …

Happiness

Carnage in Paris: Time to Change Course in the War on Terror

At the time this is being written, more than 100 people have been confirmed dead in the Paris attacks and another 70 have been wounded. The death toll is expected to rise and there are also reports of several gunmen still being at large. France, the nation that is home and sustenance to six million …

Religion

19 Ways to Give Up Sugar

It's time to call sugar out for what it is: A heartbreaker, a big-tummy maker, and a health-food faker. We're not talking about the sugar that comes in fruit (because a lot of Americans aren't getting enough servings of the healthy food, as it is), but the refined stuff, such as high-fructose corn …

Nutrition

The 20 most generous people in the world

Pioneering American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie once set the standard for giving back: "No man can become rich without himself enriching others," he said. "The man who dies rich dies disgraced."<p>Scores of the world's wealthiest people have taken to his philosophy, donating their riches to …

Bill Gates

How to Become a Runner Even if You Think You Hate Running

Build a runner's body — and bragging rights — in weeks.<p>Non-runners tend to share one distinct talent: They're brilliant at making excuses. But unless you're legitimately injured, there's no good reason to write off one of the simplest physical activities — regardless of your current fitness …

40 years ago the US sent Mexico into a financial crisis — and it transformed the narcotics industry

<i>In this excerpt from A Narco History: How the United States and Mexico Jointly Created the Mexican Drug War, coauthors Carmen Boullosa and Mike Wallace</i> <i>explain how the US and Mexico jointly created the Mexican Drug War.</i><p>In the mid 1970s, the United States had added to its woes of recession those of …

Mexico

New probe: Mexican government was wrong about what happened to 43 missing students

The Mexican government's claim that 43 missing students were killed and burned in a local trash dump in the state of Guerrero nearly a year ago has been discredited by a six-month investigation from an international working group.<p>The inquiry, published Sunday, also found that the police who …

What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

Mornings are an underutilized tool to aid productivity.<p>Let me explain.<p>We’re often at our peak in the mornings. This is why Mark McGuinness suggests …

Time Management

Allegations Of Corruption Dog Mexico's First Lady Angélica Rivera

Eight months ago, Mexico's first lady, Angélica Rivera, known for her fondness of designer clothes and European vacations, made a public promise to sell a multimillion-dollar mansion bought under controversial circumstances. She purchased the home, at below market rates, from a contractor with …

Real Estate

20 startups out to create a new world order on Wall Street

Startups are taking on the financial sector. Some of the companies look to usurp traditional players, and others step into the gaps they've left behind.<p>Business Insider spoke to venture capitalists and banking veterans to put together a list of lesser-known startups, some of which are just a couple …

Wall Street

These 13 daily habits will seriously improve your life — and they each only take 5 minutes

In the Quora thread "What are some good 'mini habits' to practice each day?" readers shared the simple habits you should follow every day to become a happier, healthier, or more productive person. The best part is, each one only takes about five minutes to complete.<p>Here are some of our …

Self-esteem

‘We Have to Do Better’: A Reading List on the Charleston Church Massacre

Yesterday, Marc Lamont Hill tweeted, “I’m going to need all White people to denounce this ugly act of racist domestic terrorism.” This reading list …

8 Historic Gardens That Are Truly American Beauties

Visit these awe-inspiring spaces for a living glimpse into the past.<p>Visit these awe-inspiring spaces for a living glimpse into the past.

9 Simple Habits to Start Now for a More Energetic Day Tomorrow

Let’s just accept the fact that most of us don’t cook healthy meals every night, hit the gym every morning or have the best sleep habits. However, there are some simple ways to start working on healthy habits that don’t require you to have the discipline of a drill sergeant. Pick and choose which …

For Americans, European Travel is Getting a Whole Lot Cheaper

There’s a battle afoot between low-cost and legacy carriers, and travelers are the winners.<p>After years of putting up with fares to Europe upwards of …

New York City

The Science of Eating

Do you know why you eat?<p>We eat because we are hungry. We eat for energy. You might know some of the reasons we crave certain foods, but most of our food decisions come from hidden forces.<p>In fact, food psychologist Dr. Brian Wansink has found that we make more than 200 food decisions each day but we …

North Dakota

The Best And Worst Big Airlines For 2015 Summer Travel

With many colleges finished for the school year, and the end in sight for younger students, it’s time to get those summer vacation travel plans in motion.<p>Last month, FORBES gave you the complete list of Best and Worst Airlines for 2015 summer vacation travel. But that list included a number of …

Flying

7 Muscle-Building, Testosterone-Boosting Tips for Guys Over 40 (& All Hardgainers)

Here’s a question that was asked recently in The Renegade Strength Club Forum, followed by my response. I’m posting it here because it could help a …

Fitness

Why American airports are so outdated compared to the rest of the world

Aviation was born in the U.S., and very quickly, American airplanes and American-trained pilots formed the backbone of global aviation. North America remains the world's largest aviation market today, yet U.S. air transport is no longer the envy of other nations.<p>America ranks a mediocre number 30 …

USDOT