VIDEO: Smithsonian makes 3D imaging push
The Smithsonian Institution is launching a new 3D scanning and printing initiative to make more artifacts accessible to schools, researchers and the public worldwide.
Flood insurance changes may swamp homeowners
Cuts to federal flood insurance subsidies threaten to cause steep hikes in insurance bills for those buying property in FEMA-designated "high risk" areas, and the ripple effect is washing onto the main streets and blue-collar blocks of the nation's river cities and towns.
You're doing it wrong: French onion soup
French onion soup is the perfect thing to eat after spending a long day enjoying the great outdoors (especially when it's chilly outside) and it should satisfy refined palates.
Why late nights are bad for your immune system
Jet lag, shift work and even late nights staring at your tablet or smartphone may be making you sick.
The myth that Christmas season starts earlier every year
It's the kind of jump-the-gun October ad that brings the same excuse, year after year: "This may SEEM a little premature to you - but it really is NOT . . . " Ah, yes: It's once again the time of year when retail giants begin their insistent reminders that there are "not many days left in which to do your Christmas buying."
Holiday lights safety: How not to be the Griswolds
Whether you string up lights to adorn your home and yard every holiday or just wait for Christmas, it's important to keep electrical safety in mind when decorating. After all, you don't want to be your neighborhood's version of the Griswolds from "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."
5 historical pioneers of social media: Martin Luther invented the listicle
Before PSY blew up YouTube, before @Horse_ebooks became a Twitter superstar, even before the world discovered LOLcats, there was the apostle Paul - early Christian missionary, eventual saint and, it turns out, a pioneer of viral media.
Getting your home ready for winter
With Daylight Saving Time now in effect, the holidays quickly approaching and the Farmer’s Almanac predicting a frigid and early winter for much of the country, the time is appropriate to take steps to protect your home from the elements.
VIDEO: Girl who doesn't age dies at 20
The woman who scientists believe holds the secret to aging has died.
Craft beer, or crafty pretenders?
Perched in the beer aisle, with their foil-wrapped necks and labels sporting tranquil nature scenes, Golden Knot and Crimson Crossing look like refugees from the wine shelf, misplaced by a supermarket clerk.
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