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How Malta Became the Mediterranean's Latest Hot Spot

A new emphasis on culture and the arts is leading American travelers to this island idyll. Once there, they will get a taste of its centuries-old …

European Travel

On why your disagreeable employee is a strong hire

When you have an employee who questions your decisions, you can choose to see them as a negative grump, or you can follow the advice of famed …

Leadership

This Steak Sauce Recipe Has 50,000 Saves on Pinterest

Hint: It's all about butter.<p>Chances are you’re going to be making a lot of steaks this summer because you’ll be posted up by (what we hope is) your …

Cooking

This is the biggest mistake people make on their resume according to a head recruiter at Amazon

Celeste Joy Diaz, the recruiting manager for university programs at Amazon, said her team doesn’t like to talk about “red flags.”<p>But there is one big …

Employment

Bachelor Nation Cast Members Spill Details About Their Own ‘Tell All’ Specials: ‘Everyone Goes in There With a Goal’

Caila Quinn, Michael Garofola & Lucas ‘Wahboom’ Yancey reflect on their previous seasons.<p>Come back every weekday at 12:00 p.m. EST to watch People …

The Bachelor

Review: Anker's newest wireless earbuds are dirt-cheap and sound amazing

Not long ago, Anker launched its answer to Apple’s AirPods with the Zolo Liberty – an impressive first effort that left a good impression, and retailed for $150. Now, it’s following it up with the SoundCore Liberty Lite.<p>We like the SoundCore Liberty Lite. For starters, it’s cheaper. Anker’s more …

Consumer Tech

Why This South American Country Is a Dream Destination for Citygoers and Adventure Lovers Alike

From bird-watching adventures to sleek hotels, new offerings reveal different sides of Colombia.<p>With the South American nation finally at peace, it’s …

South America

If you were fired, don’t lie about it in a job interview. Do this instead

Being fired is awkward. Sometimes you deserve it, and sometimes you don’t. Either way, it can be a difficult thing to explain at a future job interview. In fact it’s hard to think of a less tasteful way of selling yourself for gainful employment than admitting that you were forcibly removed from a …

Employment

Distilling Personal Finance Into Simple, Digestible And Executable Concepts

Meb Faber drew a lot of attention when he posted this report that included an "Investment Pyramid" along the lines of a food pyramid. Douglas …

What If Trump Has Been a Russian Asset Since 1987?

On June 14, 2016, the Washington <i>Post</i> reported that Russian hackers had broken into the Democratic National Committee’s files and gained access to its …

As the "Venice of the North" Bruges, Belgium, Has Become One of Europe's Prime Attractions

It came as quite a surprise to me to find that the Belgian city of Bruges is among the most visited tourist destinations in Europe. All those people can’t possibly have been tickled to visit by the hilarious 2008 crime film <i>In Bruges</i> in which two hapless Irish hit men (Colin Farrell and Brendan …

Without a Doubt, the 9 Best Documentaries on Amazon Prime Will Change Your Life

If you're a regular MyDomaine reader, you've no doubt noticed I've been watching a lot of documentaries lately. In the past few months, I've scrolled …

Love Stories

Make Garlic Honey Lime Shrimp for Dinner in 15 Minutes — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's</i> <i>Delicious Links</i><i> column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

Want to Find the Best Remote Talent This Year? Here Are the 5 Best Job Sites to Try.

The best sites screen not only applicants but employers as well to ensure a good match.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Remote work is booming, with no end in sight. And this is happening not only among those just entering the workforce, or people looking for a side …

Employment

Here’s the difference between leading and managing a team

<b>What’s the difference between leading and managing a team?</b><p>It takes great leaders and talent to grow a successful company. One of the best …

Breaking Up With Your Suit Could Be Your Ticket To Sartorial Glory

Whether it’s because your boss has finally stopped wearing suits or you’re going somewhere upmarket in town, learning to mix and match separates is a …

How To Make Ragu, According To Three Real Italian Nonnas

Things get heated when it comes to incorporating garlic and red wine.<p>Long before ragù was a ubiquitous brand of spaghetti sauce in a jar, it was ―and is ― the basis for untold volumes of Italian goodness, from tagliatelle al ragù to lasagna to gnocchi to supplì, deep-fried rice balls stuffed with …

Tabarez: The school teacher who educated Uruguay

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) — Oscar Tabarez was brought in from the cold to coach Uruguay in 2006 and revive a team which hadn't really fired since his first stint ended in the round of 16 of the 1990 World Cup.<p>He revived Uruguay, and continues to.<p>On his second watch as coach, Uruguay has qualified …

5 Must-See Aviation Documentaries on Netflix or Amazon

Have a rainy day on your hands and nothing to watch on TV? Below are five favorite aviation documentaries that will take you behind the scenes of …

Cooking for comfort? Anthony Bourdain's rich lasagna Bolognese is one of our favorites

Like many fellow cooks, I came of age reading Anthony Bourdain’s “Kitchen Confidential” while studying in culinary school in 2003 and planning for a career around food. Bourdain’s book was a glimpse into the down-and-dirty-world of real kitchens. While the newly formed Food Network revolved around …

Recipes

8 Shrimp Scampi Recipes Made for Alfresco Summer Dining

The early months of summer practically beg you start cooking and dining outdoors. After months spent huddling indoors due to cold weather, everyone …

Price’s Law: Why only a few people generate half of the results

At my first sales job, I had about 25 colleagues who did the same work. After the first month, I noticed something peculiar.<p>Only 4 of my co-workers …

Build Your Confidence In Three Months By Doing These 3 Things Now

Confidence is like a muscle, the more you build it the stronger it will be<p>Confidence, it's something we all want and yet struggle to have consistently. Why? Because building confidence is like learning a new sport, you have to work at it every day. Just like learning tennis, it requires discipline. …

Portuguese Beach Resorts Pique International Interest

Algarve and Cascais are tops for high-end buyers<p>By Laura Whateley<p>Rafael Ascenso, manager of estate agency Porta da Frente, sold homes near Lisbon …

The Simplest Ways to Make the Best of a Fear of Flying

Aviophobia, or the fear of flying, is not confined to first-time flyers but is also experienced by more seasoned air travelers. Dr. Nadeen White is …

The 48 Hour Guide To...Lisbon

The oldest city in Western Europe is suddenly the coolest spot to visit<p>If your Instagram account has already been infiltrated with sun-kissed pictures of yellow trams, blue-tiled buildings and cobbled streets you won't need convincing of the quaint beauty of Lisbon.<p>The city has been growing in …

Why New York City Stopped Building Subways

Nearly 80 years ago, a construction standstill derailed the subway’s progress, leading to its present crisis. This is the story, decade by decade.<p>In the first decades of the 20th century, New York City experienced an unprecedented infrastructure boom. Iconic bridges, opulent railway terminals, and …

Urban Design

15 Body Language Hacks That’ll Make You Get The Job Of Your Dreams

Being successful is not something everyone can achieve. Not for the lack of trying, of course. Sometimes, it's just the way you walk, talk or behave. …

How The Wire became the greatest TV show ever made

The Baltimore-based series broke new moulds and gave birth to the ‘must-watch' TV genre, writes Emma Jones.<p>It won no Emmys, was dwarfed by The Sopranos in its viewing figures, and every season was a struggle to get recommissioned. A decade ago this spring, The Wire finally ended, after five …

TV

Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans?

A look at the available evidence<p>It only took five minutes for Gavin Schmidt to out-speculate me.<p>Schmidt is the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (a.k.a. GISS) a world-class climate-science facility. One day last year, I came to GISS with a far-out proposal. In my work as an …

Earth Science