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Our 11 Favorite Artisanal Ice Cream Brands and Flavors

Move over, cookie dough! Boutique ice cream takes America by storm.<p>We used to walk down the freezer aisle and reach for a pint of cookie dough; now local artisanal ice creams abound. We taste-tested 168 of them to choose our favorites:<p><b>1. Dark Chocolate Cacao Nib</b> <i>($9 per pint)</i><p>Carmela Ice Cream …

Ice Cream

Key Lime Pie, Meet Meringue

<i>If the grocery store isn't your favorite place, it should be. We're sleuthing for the best back-of-the-box recipes and every Sunday, Posie Harwood from 600 Acres will share our latest find.</i><p><i>Today: Get a little tropical with some Key lime pie—because summer is just around the corner.</i><p>I love a good …

Baking

I Dip, You Dip, We Dip: Our Best Dips and Spreads

Never let your chips get lonely again.<p><b>We'll always love a good dip</b>. Here are our favorites, from spinach-and-artichoke (classic) to an herby feta number. Chips, ahoy!

Cooking

Sea turtle given a 3D-printed jaw implant after boat accident

Human activity almost killed this loggerhead sea turtle in Turkey, but a group of doctors and researchers are looking to right that wrong with a 3D-printed prosthetic. The turtle, which is marked as an endangered species, was struck by a boat propeller while swimming in its natural habitat. The …

After 10,000 years giant Antarctic ice-shelf will be gone by 2020, Nasa report says

New Nasa studies warn of "bad news for our planet" as looming crack threatens to shatter Larsen B ice-shelf into pieces<p>Antarctica's Larsen B ice-shelf is on course to disintegrate completely within the next five years, according to a <b>new study by Nasa</b>, the US space agency.<p>The 10,000-year-old ice …

Global Warming

Who Did This To Peru's Jungle?

Gold has been a blessing and a curse for Peru for centuries. In the 16th century, one of the first Spanish explorers to arrive, Francisco Pizarro, was so enthralled by the mineral riches that he took the Inca king hostage.<p>Pizarro demanded a room filled with gold for the release of the Atahualpa. …

Mining

Sea salt on Jupiter’s moon Europa

Europa is thought to have a subsurface ocean. Salt from this hidden sea might be emerging in long fractures visible in the moon’s crust.<p>Laboratory …

Russia successful in second attempt to start Progress spacecraft

"On Sunday night, the orbit of the ISS was successfully corrected," Roscosmos told Russian news agencies after an initial attempt to switch on the spacecraft's engines was unsuccessful.<p>The operation by the Progress M-26M cargo vehicle, which is moored to the Russian module Zvezda, began just after …

Big British business hide 88% of fraud to protect share prices says Met police chief

A top police chief has slammed opaque accounting practises of some of Britain's biggest business, accusing them of concealing the true extent of …

Police warn of 'lethal' fake beauty products on sale

Counterfeit make-up, perfume, hair-straighteners and sun creams could contain rat droppings, human urine and even cyanide, City of London Police warn<p>Police have warned that rats' droppings, human urine and arsenic have all been found in potentially lethal fake beauty products on sale to British …

Queen's Germany trip will include tour of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp

The Queen will visit the site of the Bergen-Belsen prisoner of war and concentration camps during her state visit to Germany, Buckingham Palace has announced.<p>The camps were liberated 70 years ago by British troops and the Queen will be joined by the Duke of Edinburgh during her tour of the site, …

Nazi Concentration Camps

48 hours in Melbourne: what to do, where to go

A weekend in Melbourne? It’s never long enough. As with any hometown, it’s a place filled with old friends and heavy with memories and associations. I live in Sydney now – but each time I return to Melbourne I not only get nostalgic for the past, but excited for what the city continues to …

Australia

June 2015

Diversity