The celebrity businessman's campaign is expected to reveal details Wednesday of his fortune, which he estimated last month at nearly $9 billion when announcing his Republican presidential candidacy. If
1. An army general on Wednesday attempted to overthrow President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi, but the coup does not appear to have been successful and it's unclear who is in charge. 2. At least five including
Designer Oscar Viñals has envisioned the future. And the future is the Progress Eagle rendering. It's a triple-decked, eco-friendly, hybrid jet airliner that would its 800 seats into the air with six fuel
Every iPhone comes with a pair of "EarPods," which are capable of doing a lot more than you think. Make life infinitely easier and learn these 14 things you can do with your pre-packaged iPhone headphones.
With summer finally upon us, it’s hard not look wistfully from the inside of a car and long for the wind on your face—barreling down country roads, freed from the tethers of smartphones and chatty passengers.
I haven't predicted a crash. I also haven't made a timing call. But I do think stocks will deliver returns that are way below average for the next seven to 10 years. So far these concerns have just made
We feel that we are in control when our brains figure out puzzles or read words, says Tom Stafford, but a new experiment shows just how much work is going on underneath the surface of our conscious minds.
1. The European Central Bank is reportedly pushing for Greece to introduce capital controls. 2. Tens of thousands of Argentines marched in protest through the capital of Buenos Aires in response to the
There's hope for robotic parcel delivery, with or without Amazon Amazon's drone delivery service was never going to work. Not in the United States, at least, and not in the near-future timeframe announced
The most recent case is a $15.7 million verdict against Samsung over Bluetooth — even though the winner admitted in court that he had nothing to do with the invention of Bluetooth. The man, Gordon Bremer,
Health / Source: TODAY Where's the heart of U.S. well-being? If you guessed Hawaii for its sandy serenity, or Colorado for its Rocky Mountain highs, you're close. Both consistently hit the annual top But
Will Birdman pay Lil Wayne what he's owed? Maybe he won't, but then again... maybe he will. Photo by Ryan Muir UPDATE on February 19, 2015: Lil Wayne has broken silence on the current status of Tha Carter
Japan has a unique culture with a very strict code of etiquette. There are specific ways to eat noodles, good practices for accepting gifts, and certain rules to follow to avoid insulting a host. This
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