A great set can make your waist look slimmer, your arms look bigger, and your back look broader. Here's the circuit that will help you build bolder shoulders When it comes to shoulders, the bolder, the
This story originally appeared on Business Insider What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned? In his book, "Mastery," Robert Greene draws from the latest
Starting today, internet providers in the United States will finally be held to account for lackluster YouTube streaming speeds. Google has brought its Video Quality Report — first launched in Canada the
Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early 40s. (I'm no psychologist, but that's probably about when many of us start thinking, "Wait--is
A 25-year-old sister went on the Italian version of the show to evangelize, but were the producers just looking for a schtick? The music starts, and she's clapping, tapping feet tucked into plain black
With cars shuttling themselves about from one task to the next, cities of the future might need about a third as many vehicle as we have now, a new study finds. If self-driving cars become a reliable,
Charters are not a comprehensive solution to public education's problems. By the time we arrived—five minutes late—the school’s basement was packed. As I turned my eyes to the lectern, I wondered at the
When starlings flock together, wheeling and darting through the sky in tight, fluid formations, we call it a murmuration. These murmurations can range from small groups of a few hundred starlings in a
If you’re like me, you are scrambling last minute to get your friends and family the latest tech gifts. You might be thinking about a new tablet, an iPad, game console, 2 in 1, or maybe even a smart watch.
One reason for the stark divisions in Washington is that lawmakers represent two starkly different populations—with huge differences in wealth, color, and more. If you've watched the high-profile legislative
Twitter had the opportunity to open the New York Stock Exchange today in honor of the company’s Initial Public Offering. However, none of the executives or founders did it — they left it up to the users.
Psyched Out by McDonald's: The Psychological Phenomena Behind McDonald's Latest Commitment to Health
Hold your applause for fast food giants like McDonald's -- call them out on their ineffective commitments and hold them to a higher standard. Illustration by Lisa Kaggen It has been hard to miss McDonald's
A suite of new programs and apps can help homeowners put their design ideas into visual form. Image: FloorPlanner.com The Internet age hasn't forgotten us home improvement junkies. Online tools and smartphone
Remember the names Martin Kaltenbrunner and Takao Someya -- that way, you'll have someone to blame when kids start pointing and laughing at gadgets we consider high-tech today. Leading a team of University
Early evidence suggests that IRIS is going to be a feast for those who love pretty pictures of space. Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics/NASA Last month, NASA launched a new telescope, known IRIS,
House Democrats are targeting Republicans who receive farm subsidies but opposed a stripped-down farm bill with no food stamp assistance. Fourteen GOP lawmakers have received a total of $7.2 million in
When you run out of room on your Apple iPad, your HTC One, or other mobile device without an SD card slot, where do you turn? Do you painstakingly delete one batch of vacation photos to make room to show
OK, there's no guarantee of happiness in life. But, I've found it's hard to be happy if you're unemployed and worried. It can take a while, and there are days when you can feel like you'll never find Often,
People of African origin are still uncommon in China, but the infusion of international culture has started to erode traditional bigotries. In the 1996 China edition of the Lonely Planet's Guidebook, text
The once-collegial relationship between Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell has collapsed into a free-for-all of name-calling, finger-pointing and mutual mistrust. The enmity manifested itself in a private
A long line of representatives from the Congressional Black Caucus came to the floor July 11 to stand in opposition to the House's agriculture-only Farm Bill, which passed on a party-line vote of 216-208.