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Set up a tent and enjoy nature in America's stunning national parks as the weather warms up. Now that spring is here and the days are longer, you can finally stop hibernating and reconnect with nature.
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The 16th president picked a No. 2 who could win an election—not heal a divided country. On the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, much has and will be said about the 16th president’s
Big federal agencies with ominous-sounding three-letter acronyms aren't the only ones that spy on your activities -- your local police might be doing it, too. Take for instance, the police department Erie
Since 2007, The Washington Post has been hosting a little event called the Peeps Show — get your head out of the gutter, peep-le! We’re talking candy here. The rules are simple: Be creative and make a
In case you haven’t heard, there will be three celestial events on Friday, March 20: the vernal equinox, a supermoon and a solar eclipse. But not everyone’s at ease about the unusual confluence of these
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Beekeeping has exploded in popularity as the farm-to-table movement has swept the country, with people looking to not only grow their food but also make their own honey. Problem is, harvesting a hive some
Salvation Army decision to use image of battered woman in tight-fitting gold-and-white dress prompts mixed reaction. An image of a battered woman in a tight-fitting gold-and-white dress has caused a social
Superfish basically broke the security on a computer in a way that allowed it to read any encrypted messages sent by the PC, like passwords or banking details. It did this by doing what experts call a
The explosion of fracking in the US seemed as if it was dislodging the old oil-producing countries permanently. But that is not likely, according to BP's latest long-term outlook for the energy market.