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Scientists Say Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Made Earth's Surface Act Like Liquid

When the asteroid believed to have killed off the dinosaurs smashed into Earth some 66 million years ago, its sheer force made the planet's surface momentarily act like a liquid.<p>The asteroid ripped open a 60-mile-wide hole. From miles deep in that abyss, rock hurtled upward to a height twice that …

Watch Barack Obama psyche himself up for DNC speech by listening to Eminem

How do you psyche yourself up to deliver a rousing speech? If you’re President Barack Obama, the answer is simple: listen to Eminem.<p>In a behind-the-scenes video released by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Obama can be seen (around the one-minute mark) nodding his head along to the rapper’s 2002 …

6 Breakfast Hash Recipes That Will Turn You Into a Morning Person

The only thing more annoying than the sound of an alarm clock is the prospect of eating a generic granola bar or overripe banana during your commute …

The 11 Best Interiors of the Week: From Valentino to The Row

The week was off to a grand start with a dinner in Rome’s Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, hosted by Giancarlo Giammetti and Valentino Garavani. Lauren Santo Domingo captured the opulent scene where guests, seated in gilded chairs, dined alongside the celebrated art collection. Elsewhere in Italy, model Liu …

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4 Easy Ways to Make the Best Grilled Cheese of All Time

Sometimes I'm out on an island with Sandwich Theory, philosophizing about things placed between two slices of bread that have never been written …

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Watch April Bloomfield Prepare a Perfect Scotch Egg

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St. Patrick’s Day: So What Is Corned Beef, Anyway?

Corned beef and cabbage, no matter what we’ve been raised to believe, isn’t a national Irish dish, and the tradition of eating it on Saint Patrick’s Day, far from being Irish, is as American as mom and apple pie.<p>Similarly American are Saint Patrick’s Day parades—the first was held in New York City …