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Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Scientists have now solved an important piece of the turtle evolution puzzle. Recent fossil evidence has helped paleontologists prove that turtles share a recent common ancestor with birds, lizards, and crocodiles.
Archaeologists at Durham University on Wednesday published the results of over 18 months of research into the mystery of a mass grave with a jumbled mix of from 17 to 28 skeletons that have lain untouched for over 350 years.
Diets rich in fish oil compared with diets where lard is the predominant fat lead to very different types of bacteria being found in the guts. The bacteria appear to help with the health benefits of fish oil and the harmful effects of lard.
A large-scale study examining the effects of probiotics (beneficial bacteria) in preventing gastrointestinal colonization with drug-resistant bugs in intensive care units (ICUs) has not been successful, researchers report.
If you thought Judge Richard Berman's decision to overturn Tom Brady's four-game suspension marked the end of the Deflategate scandal, the NFL has something to say about that.
Unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather has been offered at least three major film roles in the past week which are up for grabs if he finally decides to retire after his Sept.12 fight against Andre Berto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.
Over three hundred animal rights protesters turned out Thursday before the start of the Pittsburgh Steelers last preseason game calling for Michael Vick's removal from the team.
If it is true that the Bradley-Rios fight is now a done deal after contract negotiations failed to gain traction due to reported disagreement on how much each fighter will receive, the match could be a candidate for this year's "Fight of the Year." award
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Punching in security codes to deactivate the alarm at his store became a thing of the past for Jowan Oesterlund when he implanted a chip into his hand about 18 months ago.
A report claims Google's new Nexus flagship devices for Android could arrive later this month, bringing with them the return of LG as a manufacturer for the brand. The phone will be a revival of 2013's LG Nexus 5.
Motorola has announced its new range of Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatches. The new collection expands on the capabilities of the original but adds more customisation options and a new Sport model, expanding the niche device's appeal.
NASA has developed a new polymer technology that is capable of healing puncture wounds, using a gel that hardens after coming into contact with oxygen.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Children are going back to school soon. Some of them don't take the bus. Instead, they are educated at home. A new idea? Think again.
Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon -- even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction.
It's OK to use your smartphone walking down the street or on public transportation. But not at a family dinner. And definitely not in church.
Microsoft is struggling to keep pace with competition in mobile and they are finally looking to go open source, at least with the new EdgeHTML browser.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to five distributors of powdered caffeine, claiming their products are sold without regulation as dietary supplements on the Internet.
In June 2014, Facebook engineers Sam Gadodia, Terry Guo, and Shao Xia left the $250 billion company. The three launched a startup in stealth called LotusFlare to bring internet to more people around the world.
A German state minister sparked a social media storm Tuesday after calling a beloved German pop singer a "wonderful Negro" during a TV debate on Europe's migrant crisis.
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