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Forget Facebook, Abandon Instagram, Move To A Village

People who live in a traditional village that means a community of about 150 people are far better off than the rest of us. The author of a new book explains "the village effect."

Bike Like A Pro Athlete, Eat Like A Pig

When a friend and I rode bicycles 738 miles up the spine of Texas, we were burning up to 5,500 calories a day. So we got to eat the way a calorie-counting cubicle dweller can only dream of.

Makeshift Barriers Highlight Unions, Divisions Over Hong Kong Protests

More people are choosing sides on the streets where pro-democracy protesters have erected barriers. As police and some citizens tried to remove the barriers, others stepped in to save the structures.

China's Nomads Have A Foot In Two Very Different Worlds

China is attempting to move nomads into permanent settlements, but the transition for many has proven difficult. After apartment living, one family plans to go back to herding.

Secret U.S. Space Plane To Land After 22 Months In Orbit

There are many theories about what exactly the unmanned X-37B is doing as it circles the Earth on long-duration missions.

British Lawmakers Vote To Recognize Palestinian State

The symbolic, nonbinding vote urges the government of Prime Minister David Cameron to recognize Palestine alongside the state of Israel.

Severe Storms Threaten Tornadoes And Floods

Georgia faces the risk of tornadoes and flash flooding today as two lines of severe weather move from west to east.

How Millennials Are Reshaping Charity And Online Giving

The generation now coming of age is spending and giving differently. New York-based Charity: Water gets it, and it's been a boon to its cause.

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