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9 Things Rich People Do Differently Every Day

This story originally appeared on Business Insider<p>What you do today matters. In fact, your daily habits may be a major determinant of your wealth.<p>"The metaphor I like is the avalanche," says Thomas Corley, the author of "Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits Of Wealthy Individuals." "These habits …

The 2-Minute Workout That Works Your Abs From Every Angle

How strong is your core? Find out with this ultimate ab challenge<p>Ripped abs are reason enough to add some core moves to your routine. But a strong torso can also give you the foundation you need to lift more weight with less risk of injury. "Crunches alone won't get the job done, though," says Todd …

Workouts

Success and the Brain: 4 Ways Your Thinking Habits Can Hurt You | Inc.com

The statistics for startup success can be grim. Approximately 75 percent of all startups fail, and about 90 percent of all products fail. Yet every day, new entrepreneurs dream up products and services and jump into the startup fray.<p>What's really tripping up the ones who barely make it out of the …

Get Ready for Google Glass at the Office

Forget BlackBerry thumb. In the near future, business executives could be managing their schedules and sending emails through Google Glass.<p>This week, Google announced Glass at Work, its effort to push its wearable technology into the office.<p>Some businesses have already experimented with Google …

Google Glass

UFO Spotters Are Very Excited About This Suspicious NASA Photo from Mars

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>An image transmitted from Mars to Earth by NASA's Curiosity rover has some alien enthusiasts seeing …

5 most incredible discoveries of the week

A microbe that nearly made the Earth a dead zone and an intriguing ocean discovery on a moon of Saturn highlight the list:<p>1. Villain That Nearly Killed All Life on Earth Is ... Tiny: Name your favorite culprit for the mass extinction that wiped out nearly every life form on Earth 250 million years …

Red Planet Rising: Mars Shines Brighter Than It Has in Years

If you want to see Mars at its best, now's your time: This month, the Red Planet looks bigger and brighter than it has for the past six years.<p>That may sound like the Great Mars Hoax — the occasional (and totally false) claim that Mars will loom as big as the moon in the night sky. But in this case, …

Miley Cyrus' Weed Smoking Surprises Even Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa has probably seen a lot in his day, but Miley Cyrus' weed smoking still managed to shock him.<p>"Insane!" Khalifa said of working with Cyrus, who is featured on his new album, "Black Hollywood," during an interview with Arsenio Hall on Monday, March 31. "But in a good way though. Like, …

Amazing Portraits of the Most Isolated Tribes of the World

In 2009, a photographer set about a unique journey. A journey with an intent to document as many isolated civilizations and cultures as he could. …

The 20 photographs of the week

In this week's gallery of the best photojournalism from the week, we pay tribute to regular contributor Anja Niedringhaus. The Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer was killed this week covering the presidential election in Afghanistan. She worked in the conflict areas of the Middle East, …

9 Accessories That Rock for Mobile Phone Photography

It wasn’t so long ago that we talked about the value of the iPhone as a photographer’s tool and what so-called iPhoneographers can do to get the most …

Mobile Photography

Illinois May Soon Decriminalize Low-Level Marijuana Possession

Efforts toward legalizing marijuana in Illinois, where a medical marijuana pilot program was approved last year, could be on the verge of another big step forward.<p>A vote by the full state House of Representatives on a proposal that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana …

U.S. Warns China Not To Attempt Crimea-Style Action In Asia

(Adds comment from Chinese foreign ministry)<p>By David Brunnstrom<p>WASHINGTON, April 3 (Reuters) - China should not doubt the U.S. commitment to defend its Asian allies and the prospect of economic retaliation should also discourage Beijing from using force to pursue territorial claims in Asia in the …

The world had abandoned Rwanda, but one 'gutsy' Senegalese peacekeeper refused to stay on the sidelines

UN peacekeepers take a lot of flack for failing to act in the face of conflict.<p>Twenty years ago in Rwanda, the UN force there was unable to save the some 800,000 Rwandans who perished.<p>A small UN force was in Rwanda before the massacres began.<p>But after the slaughter started, most Western …

Earthquake Experts Alarmed by California’s Puente Hills Fault

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N Korea says US 'hell-bent' on regime change

North Korea has accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any manoeuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.<p>Pyongyang's deputy UN ambassador, Ri Tong Il, also repeated that his government "made it very clear …

Hagel: US strongly committed to protecting Japan

YOKOTA AIR FORCE BASE, Japan (AP) — Against the backdrop of Russia's takeover of Ukraine's Crimean region, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said …

North Korea Gives Ominous Warning On Nuclear Test: 'Wait And See'

North Korea fired two medium-range Rodong ballistic missiles into the sea on March 26. Its first firing in four years of mid-range missiles that can hit Japan followed a series of short-range rocket launches over the past two months.<p>Members of the Security Council on March 27 condemned the move as …

The art of George W. Bush

Former President George W. Bush has painted dozens of portraits of world leaders he worked with while in office. His paintings are on public display for the first time at "The Art of Leadership: A President’s Personal Diplomacy,” an exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in …

Flight 370: Search teams investigate sounds picked up in ocean

Search teams looking for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are investigating a number of sounds detected by ships in the southern Indian Ocean, authorities said Sunday, but it's not yet clear if any of them are from the missing plane's so-called black box.<p>A British Royal Navy vessel is on its way to an …

What happened in Rwanda is happening again in Central African Republic

Drive north from the capital, and you soon discover why relief workers call the Central African Republic a post-apocalyptic country. After a year of mass murder, the villages are abandoned and the roads eerily empty and desolate.<p>The checkpoints are controlled by cold-eyed men from largely Christian …

Africa

The Week In Numbers: An Alien Ocean, Beer-Flavored Jelly Beans, And More

<b>310 miles</b>: the diameter of Saturn's moon Enceladus, whose large underground ocean is now a top candidate for extraterrestrial life<p><b>10 million microbes per square centimeter</b>: the population density of human skin (see what's living with you here)<p><b>$9</b>: the price per pound of Jelly Belly's new …

Double Rings Discovered Around Asteroid - D-brief

An artist’s impression of the double rings around Chariklo. <i>Credit: Lucie Maquet</i><p><i>This article was originally published at The Conversation.</i><p>In a …

Dolphin whistle instantly translated by computer

IT was late August 2013 and Denise Herzing was swimming in the Caribbean. The dolphin pod she had been tracking for the past 25 years was playing …

Animals

The climate change deniers have won

Scientists continue to warn us about global warming, but most of us have a vested interest in not wanting to think about it<p>The American Association for the Advancement of Science came as close as such a respectable institution can to screaming an alarm last week. "As scientists, it is not our role …

Don't stop daydreaming – it sets your mind to work

Tips on "resting your mind" are increasingly prominent in western culture's non-stop barrage of lifestyle instructions. We are exhorted to give our brains downtime, and reminded of the benefits of yoga, mindfulness and transcendental meditation. In an economic system preoccupied with squeezing …

9 Ideas That Can Change Everything We Think About Cities

By 2050, a staggering 70 percent of the world's population will live in cities. (Right now it's 51 percent.) That will be about 6.72 billion humans putting pressure on a lot of aging infrastructure.<p>The race is on for cities around the globe to meet the needs of a rising population amid a changing …