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ATLANTA - "Of course, the young ones will want to finish their meals off right with a No Fudge Packin' Soft Serve Cone," Gary added. "I can't think of a better way to follow up a sandwich this good."
Sally Ride, who blazed trails into orbit as the first American woman in space, died Monday of pancreatic cancer. She was 61.
If there's one thing to be said for the relatively steady uptake on electric cars, it's that there's a friendly, tight-knit community of electric car owners ever-ready to hand out advice. Whatever you want to know about owning or driving an EV, it's never difficult to find someone who can help out...
Some drivers obsess on it from the day they drive their new car off the lot--and some don't give it a thought until it comes time to move on to a new set of wheels. Either way, both drivers face the reality of resale value, and it can be either a pleasant surprise or a cold wake-up call. Resale...
If you're like a lot of people, you wonder what the future holds. Each passing day, the world seems to become a scarier place. Here's an interesting...
Why do you need to take a look at these ten zombie-proof cars? The zombie apocalypse is as inevitable as anything. Taxes - inevitable. Wrinkly, flabby biceps
Over the years we have become more and more conscientious about the environment. We contribute to saving the planet by sorting our trash and recycling our empties.
Who can resist the allure of a girl scout cookie? We all should, says one troop leader and mom of three from southern California. Monica Serratos, troop leader of Girl Scout Daisy Troop #2753, says her troop is opting out of selling Girl Scout cookies this year and will instead celebrate the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary by displaying a "cake" made of fruit at the Orange County Fair on July 27.
This infographic presents the top 10 states gaining and losing residents.
In the days after a mass murder, we try to make sense out of the senseless, and that often takes the form of fixating on the killer. Instead, let's remember those who were lost.
Locations are listed in the captions. For the Newport Beach ones I’m withholding the name of the exact beach because it took me two years to discover, and a lot of early mornings to get it. Hope you understand.
Transsexual, 16, forces school to let him sit exam dressed as a girl: Head threatened with Equality Act77 votes | submitted 2012-07-23 11:25:22 by basilyando | 20 comments
Ashlyn Parram, 16, (pictured with mother Miranda) who was born a boy but is undergoing gender reassignment treatment, said he was told he could not sit the paper at Giles Academy in Boston, Lincolnshire, because he was not wearing boys’ uniform.