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One Of World's Rarest Video Games Is On eBay

If you're a Nintendo fan with a few thousand bucks to spare, have we got a deal for you!<p>An extremely rare Nintendo World Championships NES game cartridge has surfaced and is currently for sale on eBay. The bidding started at $4,999 on Jan. 18, but the ante has been upped to over $7,000 as of Friday …

Jen Selter: 'Belfies' & Having the Sexiest Ass Ever | Cosmopolitan

Do Vape Pens Trick Teens?

Human Journey<p><i>By Jenny Bolario</i><p>Vape pens, or e-cigarettes, are often billed as a safer way for smokers to get their fix. The user breathes in water vapor infused with nicotine and exhales what looks like smoke. But with flavors like banana cream pie and alien blood, these pens are attracting a new …

Charging Your Electric Car in a Public Outlet Is Cause for Arrest

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>In a bind, you probably wouldn't think twice about recharging your cell phone in the nearest public …

Fuel For Thought: Is There Hope For Africa?

Human Journey<p>While driving up Africa from Johannesburg (South Africa) to Arusha (Tanzania) – over 4,000 kilometres via Botswana, Zambia and Malawi in 5 days – we saw this amazing juxtaposition with a man carrying over 100-pounds of charcoal on his bicycle being passed by a 20-tonne truck carrying …

The Science Behind Man Surviving Underwater for Three Days

How did a man survive underwater for three days without food or water? Turns out an air bubble helps.<p><b>How did a man trapped in the depths of the sea survive for three days in conditions that surely should have killed him?</b><p><b>Turns out that an air bubble was Harrison Okene's savior.</b><p>The Nigerian man had …

DeMarcus Cousins Takes Swipe at Derrick Rose When Joking About Ankle Injury

Too soon, Boogie. Too soon.<p>DeMarcus Cousins sat out of the Sacramento Kings' loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday with a sprained right ankle he suffered against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday. But don't worry; he was all giggles about his status for Friday against the Los Angeles …

Cristiano Ronaldo Opens Museum Dedicated to His Own Career

In the last decade or so, Cristiano Ronaldo has built up an overflowing collection of trophies and accolades. That hardware haul will soon find a roomier home now that the Real Madrid superstar opened his own museum.<p>Daniel Alvarenga of TheStar.com provides a statement from Ronaldo discussing the …

Soccer

Jason Kidd moves on

NEW YORK -- Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd does not think it will be difficult to move forward now that assistant Lawrence Frank will no longer be at …

Allan Houston Reportedly Could Replace Mike Woodson as Knicks Head Coach

Link to Media<p>There's eccentric, there's irrational, there's absurd and then there are the New York Knicks.<p>Madison Square Garden's NBA inhabitants have never been known for their sensible business models, but the 3-13 Knicks have officially reached new levels of insanity. According to the <i>New York</i> …

Basketball

Amazon Prime Air: Delivery by Drones Could Arrive As Early as 2015

For the next few weeks UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service will be working overtime to make sure you get your holiday gifts on time, but if Amazon …

Jim Buss on Kobe extension: 'This was a Buss family decision'

Lakers exec says Bryant's extension was about loyalty.<p>As you've no doubt heard by now, the Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant agreed to a two-year, $48.5 million contract extension on Monday. Lakers executive vice-president of player personnel Jim Buss said that it was an easy decision, one …

Samsung updating Galaxy Gear this week with enhanced notifications and gestures (updated)

When we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, we were concerned about the lack of third-party notification support. If we received a notification from any app that wasn't officially made by Samsung, we wouldn't actually get to read it on the watch; instead, we'd get alerted to the fact that …

More And More Egyptian Women Are Casting Aside Their Veils

Amid revolution and upheaval, women are staking their claim to the right to choose.<p>CAIRO — For most of her life, Jehad Meshref covered her long black hair with a veil.<p>Now, disappointed by a failed revolution, she has cast it off, tired, she says, of fulfilling other people's ideas of what a "good …

14 Baby Pandas in Crib: Why Breed Them?

Wildlife<p><b>What’s better than one baby panda? Fourteen, apparently—the Web’s cuteness quotient has just skyrocketed with pictures of a crib full of baby pandas at the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base in southwestern China.</b><p>The cubs, born between July and September of this year, are being …

LeBron James made the right 'Decision,' as was obvious from the start

With back-to-back titles, LeBron's 'Decision' to join the Miami Heat looks smarter every day.<p>A very loud minority believed that LeBron James's 'Decision' in 2010 was a bad one for LeBron James. Most who vociferously disagreed with LeBron's move attacked the lack of tact afforded the good people of …

NBA Finals 2013: The ultimate player wins the ultimate series

The best NBA Finals in many years will be defined by the best player in the NBA today. This is an appreciation of LeBron James and the incredible basketball the Heat and Spurs provided.<p>MIAMI -- Is it safe to talk about LeBron James now? Ever since he came to this city, it has been practically …

U.S. Agents Already Sifting Rubble of Kenya Mall Attack

U.S. federal agents have joined a team of international investigators to sift through the still smoking rubble of the Kenyan shopping mall that was …

Battle-Ready: 5 Insects Prepared for War

<b>Last week we learned about an insect that can leap up to three feet (almost a meter) in a single bound. The planthopper (Issus coleoptratus), a common garden bug found all over the world, is able to take these giant leaps because its legs are powered by an interlocking gear system.</b><p>It’s the first …