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The 15 Hottest American Cities For 2015

Rising prices in San Francisco will continue to push young hipsters out to Oakland. Queens will become the hot borough in New York City because of its affordable real estate and rich culinary scene. And Colorado's legalization of marijuana will bring a wave of tourism to Denver.<p>To compile this list …

Check Out The Amazing Photo Tool From Google That You Should Start Using Right Now

That's where Google Stories comes in. Google will automatically choose your best photos from a trip or event and arrange them in a fun timeline that you can edit and add captions to. You can then share it through Google+.<p>Weaving together your photos, videos, and places you visited, it essentially …

How This 25-Year-Old Made $66,000 In A Month By Teaching An Online Course

"When I got home, my dad was super nice and bought me an iPhone 4, and it was my first introduction to apps," the 25-year-old remembers. "I was like, 'These things are crazy! They can do anything!'"<p>Since that first introduction, Walter, who graduated from Brigham Young University with an …

How old are you getting? Let us explain it properly!

Do you think time is catching up with you? Perhaps it's already overtaken you and left you in the dust.<br>Do the years seem to be going ridiculously …

What makes great thinkers great?

Our picks of the week from around the web, including why it’s better to be interesting than true, and how many people it takes to colonise another star system.<p>Life after death<br>Hannah Bloch & Peter Miller | National Geographic | 8 April 2014<br>Bruno Frohlich specialises in “the noninvasive study of just …

Gorillas

What do animals dream about?

If animals dream like us, where do they go in their slumber? Jason G Goldman explores how we can peer into the minds of sleeping cats, birds and other creatures.<p>"Almost all other animals are clearly observed to partake in sleep, whether they are aquatic, aerial, or terrestrial," wrote Aristotle in …

Sleep

The Moor: Lives, Landscape, Literature – review

William Atkins's heady mix of topography, literary criticism and nature writing takes in Emily Brontë and Ian Brady, but is all the better for its resistance to the obvious<p>Rough, wild, cruel and semi-savage: the early reviewers who used these words of <i>Wuthering Heights</i> were also thinking of the …

Ukraine: pro-Russian separatists hold European military observers captive

Pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine were holding a group of European military observers in the city of Slavyansk on Friday night, claiming they had been travelling with a spy for the Kiev government.<p>The group was operating under the mandate of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in …

"Instead of looking for clues, stay clued in"

India

Will nuclear-powered spaceships take us to the stars?

In the 1950s, rocket scientists dreamed of atomic-powered spaceships. Now these far-fetched designs might help a new generation explore the cosmos.<p>Project Orion has to be the most audacious, dangerous and downright absurd space programme ever funded by the US taxpayer. This 1950s design involved …

Nuclear Energy

The Week in Review: Obamacare For All

Inside Flipboard / April 18, 2014<p>Tuesday marked the deadline for most Americans without healthcare to sign up for coverage under the Patient …

‘Earth’s Cousin’: Scientists Find Alien Planet That’s Most Like Home

Scientists say a world that's 490 light-years away qualifies as the first confirmed Earth-sized exoplanet that could sustain life as we know it — but in an environment like nothing we've ever seen.<p>The planet, known as Kepler-186f, is "more of an Earth cousin than an Earth twin," Elisa Quintana, an …

Astronomy