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5 Travel Rip-Offs to Avoid

These restaurants don't provide a genuine taste of their locale, and since they're situated close to top tourist attractions they can take advantage of travelers' rumbling stomachs with overpriced menu items.<p><i>Bradley Gordon / Flickr</i><p>Whether it's relaxing on a Caribbean beach, sightseeing through …

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12 Grilling Mistakes You Don't Have to Make (But Probably Do)

Ah, summer. That special time of year when those good spatula-wielding folks who only cook for one season out of the year (let's call 'em what they are: dads) dust off the old grill to burn a few steaks and serve up some medium-rare chicken. Okay, perhaps I'm being unfair here. There are plenty of …

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Nasa test out engine for world's most powerful rocket

Nasa has completed a test of an RS-25 engine, which will power the Space Launch System to make it the most powerful rocket ever built<p>Nasa calls it the Clark Kent of rocket engines because of its commonplace exterior yet ferocious power, and it hopes that one day the RS-25 engine will power its <b>Space</b> …

Stanley Cup Final 2015: Blackhawks vs. Lightning Game 5 TV Schedule, Odds, Pick

It wasn't pretty, but the Chicago Blackhawks tied the Stanley Cup Final by a narrow 2-1 margin on their home ice Wednesday night.<p>They will need an even better effort if they are going to gain an edge in the fifth game and win at Tampa's Amalie Arena.<p>The Lightning are likely to come out in …

The Wikimedia Foundation Turns On HTTPS By Default Across All Sites, Including Wikipedia

The Wikimedia Foundation, which runs Wikipedia and a number of other wiki-based projects, announced this morning that it’s now implementing HTTPS by default across all its sites in order to encrypt its traffic. The decision, it says, will make it harder for governments and other third parties to …