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Rosberg fastest in final Mexican practice | News Home | Reuters

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Nico Rosberg wrapped up Mexican Grand Prix practice by setting the fastest lap for Mercedes on Saturday with triple Formula One champion team mate Lewis Hamilton a mere 0.014 of a second slower.<p>Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg of Germany prepares to take part in the …

Motor Racing

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Highlights from the peerless 164-year-old World’s Fair, before it closes this week

For the past six months, this year’s World’s Fair has quietly hummed along as an autonomous city on the outskirts of Milan. Spread across an area about the size of Monaco, some 200 buildings (representing 145 countries), plus parks, rivers, restaurants, museums and even a security force gave …

Framing

Microphotographs Reveal the Wonderfully Odd World of Plants

Plants are a crucial part of our day-to-day lives and are vitally important to the world around us. They provide us with sustenance, medicines, and raw materials that can be used to create a plethora of products. However, few people take the time to thoroughly inspect Earth's greenery. Luckily, …

Publishing

10 Scary Books That Will Seriously Keep You Up At Night

In a recent interview with HuffPost, Goosebumps author R.L. Stine said he thought most fears were “universal,” and, for him at least, linked closely with humor. “It’s that same guttural reaction,” he said.<p>Unlike Stine, I’ve never equated scary with funny -- my <i>guttural reaction</i> to reading a scary …

Books

The deviousness of dementia

In November 2010, when I was 25 years old, I moved in with a man who was 98. This man, whom I’ll call Mr Schecter, wasn’t a friend or relation or anyone I knew. He was a Holocaust survivor in the first stages of dementia, and I’d been hired to look after him. Although my background was in clinical …

Mind