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7 Cheap And Easy Dinners You Should Make This Week

You don't need to break the bank to eat well.

10 Common Rookie Cooking Mistakes

Mistakes in the kitchen happen–seriously, it’s inevitable. Meat dries out, vegetables are scorched, noodles go gummy…everyone slips up, professionals …

A stunning prediction of climate science — and basic physics — may now be coming true

A lot of people deny climate change. Not many, though, deny gravity.<p>That’s why a recent animation released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory — well, it came out in April, but people seem to be noticing it now — is so striking. Because it suggests the likely gravitational imprint of our changing …

Global Warming

Here's How You Should Be Charging Your Phone, According to Science

We've been doing it wrong.<p>Yes, we know. Our smartphone batteries are bad because they barely last a day.<p>But it's partially our fault because we've …

Batteries

Super telescope finds hundreds of previously undetectable galaxies

<b>(CNN) —</b> A South African radio telescope has revealed hundreds of galaxies in a tiny corner of the universe where only 70 had been seen before.<p>The images, taken by MeerKAT telescope, are an indication of the detail the southern hemisphere's most powerful radio telescope may be able to provide when …

Universe

America is eating way less of one unhealthy food

For one thing, their portion sizes were likely far smaller. For another, they were eating way more red meat.<p>Things like beef and lamb surged in popularity in the mid 1970s, but they are less common in today's restaurants and grocery stores, thanks to a hefty amount of research, which first emerged …

Are You Prepared to Handle the Cost of a Data Breach?

Data breaches are increasing. Pick up any newspaper and, more often than not, there will be mention of a new data breach. Some are big and some are …

The 11 Best Beaches in New Jersey

Let's start with the basics: You're going "down the shore," not to the beach, when you head to New Jersey's coast. There's a lot of pride here, especially since Hurricane Sandy cut deep in 2012, and revitalization efforts have been ongoing and persistent (#JerseyStrong). It's safe to say that …

Ransomware attacks spark lawmakers to press HHS for guidance – fast

Reps. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., and Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, are pressing Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights to provide …

What to Do When Your Life Has Gotten Messy

Your home is in disarray, you’re behind on your bills, your In box is overflowing, and your cat is in need of a visit to the vet. There are things to …

Teen hacks Pentagon websites, gets thanked for finding 'bugs' | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - High school student David Dworken spent 10 to 15 hours between classes on his laptop, hacking U.S. Defense Department websites.<p>An illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer, in an office in Warsaw June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper …

Wendy's Has Found More Unusual Cyber Activity at Its Restaurants

U.S. burger chain operator Wendy’s said it had discovered additional instances of unusual credit card activity at some of its franchise-operated …

The Most Dangerous Malware Right Now and What You Can Do About It

Cloud Apps Just As Secure As On-Premise Apps, Say InfoSec Pros

Unfortunately, 75% of cloud apps will still fall afoul of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation, according to new studies.

4 Ways Organizations Use Social Media To Engage With Millennial Donors

Once labeled as the "me, me, me generation" by TIME magazine, millennials are making impressive strides when it comes to donating and contributing to charities and non-profits across the globe.<p>Based on research provided by the 2015 Millennial Impact Report, millennials possess a higher giving power …

Could an implant have saved the life of the toddler attacked by an alligator?

Among other tragedies in Florida recently gripping America’s attention, a 2-year-old boy was snatched away from its parents by an alligator at Walt …

Singularity

See the Exact Moment the World's Biggest Cities Were Born

The world is urbanizing faster than ever, with over half of the planet’s population currently living in cities—more than any time in history. But …

What You Need to Know About the Future of Money

If you don’t hate banks, they probably bore your socks off. That’s okay. The day-to-day machinations of the financial machine are either mundane or …

Travel authority names favorite Austin swimming hole one of the best in America

When temperatures start rising, where do you go to cool off? If you've checked out our list of natural swimming spots, then you already know that …

Travel

How Hard Is It To Burn All The Calories In An In-N-Out Combo Meal?

A couple months ago, the Royal Society for Public Health (yes, that society is precisely as British as it sounds) proposed new labeling for snack foods. But they didn’t want to highlight the calories in Coke or the added sugar or even whatever the hell Caramel e150d is and how it may or may not be …

Nutrition

Working long hours harms women but protects men, study shows

Women who put in long hours in their careers greatly increase their risk of developing life-threatening illnesses, including heart disease and cancer, a new study has shown.<p>Work weeks that averaged 60 hours per week or more over three decades were found to triple the risk of diabetes, cancer, heart …

Cartoon: Internet of Things Meets Tech Support

Enterprise Vulnerabilities <br>From DHS/US-CERT's National Vulnerability Database<p>The TrackR Bravo mobile app stores the account password used to …

Information Security

Having A Bad Day? Here Are 7 Things You Definitely Shouldn't Do

We all have bad days, bad weeks, or even bad months—times it feels like we're trapped by circumstances. It can be hard to find your way out of a bad …

New Mountain Dew Vows To Kill 99.9% Of Stomach Bacteria

PURCHASE, NY—Touting the beverage’s refreshing citrus taste, tongue-tingling carbonation, and prescription-strength antimicrobial properties, PepsiCo …

Tech Industry's Facial Recognition Plan Bashed by Privacy Groups

Tech companies like Facebook and Google have made rapid strides in facial recognition technology, building databases of millions of users who can be …

Three More Women Sue Baylor U. Over Handling of Rape Allegations

WACO, Texas — Three more women filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Baylor University on Wednesday, saying the school did nothing to help them after they reported being sexually assaulted on or near campus.<p>The Baptist school in Waco, Texas, has come under intense criticism for mishandling …

I Tried the Top 5 Slow-Cooker Recipes on Pinterest and Here's How It Went

I'm a recent convert to the slow cooker. My husband and I are going through a full home remodel and I haven't had counters, walls, or floors in my …

Exercising After a Task Improves Memory

Working out might keep the brain sharp, and according to a new study, exercising four hours after learning a task can improve memory.<p>In the new …

The Brain