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Man proposes to girlfriend for a year and she didn't know it

One man showed his love and dedication for his girlfriend in a video that has recently gone viral. Dean Smith decided on his girlfriend Jennifer's birthday in 2014 that he would spend the next year planning to pop the question without her knowing.

What Do Rihanna, Forever 21 and #Fitness have in common?

U.S. consumers spent $323 billion on apparel, footwear and accessories in 2014 and nearly $2 billion of that can be traced back to the Athleisure trend.

Op-Ed: Food Insecurity — DiY solutions from rainy day preppers

"Food Security" is a new and well-funded political industry, whose objective is to assess the ability of low-income families to purchase food and/or to find wholesome food to purchase. But what happens in a crisis when trucks can’t deliver?

Egyptian woman dresses like a man for 43 years to care for family

Luxor - Sixty-four-year-old Sisa Abu Daooh of Luxor, Egypt, was honored "woman breadwinner" award on Tuesday by the Social Solidarity Directorate of Luxor. For 43-years, she dressed and worked like a man to better care for her family.

100-year-old grandmother skydives and shark dives

A woman who turned 100 years old decided to celebrate her birthday by going skydiving, and then going shark diving just two days later.

Fashion capital France takes aim at ultra-skinny models

Paris - Lawmakers in France will on Tuesday debate a law banning ultra-thin catwalk models, despite a chorus of disapproval from modelling agencies in the world's fashion capital.

Elton John urges Dolce and Gabbana boycott over 'synthetic' babies

London - British pop legend Elton John called for a boycott of Dolce and Gabbana after one of the designers behind the Italian fashion label condemned IVF babies as "synthetic".

Ikea drops lifestyle website in Russia over 'gay propaganda' fears

Moscow - Ikea said Friday it was closing its lifestyle website in Russia over fears it could flout a controversial law banning promotion of gay values to minors.

Is a newborn baby wrapped in the flag a disgrace or patriotic?

Virginia Beach - It started out innocent enough. The Clevengers wanted a special photograph of the newest member of the family. The photogragh is of the father, who is in the navy, holding the infant cradled in a hammock-like position in the American flag.

The best fashion accessory for men this spring may surprise you

As spring approaches, it's a good idea to stay up to date on the latest fashion trends to look your best. A surprising trend showing up this spring are beards, and everyone from Stephen Colbert to Keanu Reeves are sporting this trendy fuzz.

4 top men's fashion trends for spring 2015

As spring approaches, guys are looking for ways to sport the latest fashions and get noticed. There will always be those moments in the spring where a pair of shorts and a t-shirt are the ideal solution to a wardrobe...

New York City's growing homeless population tops 60,000

New York City - New York City's burgeoning homeless population just keeps getting bigger. Every night, over 60,000 people, 26,000 of them children, sleep in shelters, an increase of over 20,000 in the past three years. Close to 4,000 more find shelter on the streets.

3 companies competing with major ticket retailers

In North America, concert ticket sales alone surpassed $6 billion in 2014, as technology continues to transform the ticket purchase process.

Op-Ed: People are just exploding for pot these days

As more states move to legalize marijuana, the availability of this herb has allowed some enterprising people to develop new ways to get even higher. The newest trend is the extraction of THC from pot to create a concentrate known as marijuana wax.

London needs 67 'garden cities' to solve its housing problem

London - The Future Spaces Foundation (FSF) has just published a report on the potential that "garden cities" might have in fighting the current shortage of houses in Britain.

'The Walking Dead' town is being sold

Grantville - The town that was featured in season 3 the show 'The Walking Dead,' is on the market, and you can buy it for $680,000 on eBay.

Be careful where you pee in Hamburg — Stopping public urination

Hamburg - Hamburg's St. Pauli nightclub district is known for its over-the-top reveling and bawdy nightlife. It has also become known for its smell. But residents of the world-famous district are fighting back against those who urinate in public.

Op-Ed: Is anti-gay segregation promoted by 'religious liberty'?

The Internet is bloated with inflammable headlines of anti-gay segregation in the United States. A few of the states involved are Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Washington; with fanatical momentum as each day slides by.

#thedress web sensation becomes powerful Salvation Army campaign

The furious Internet debate late last month around the perceived colour of a dress is now being used by charity the Salvation Army in a powerful new campaign about violence against women, saying "Why is it so hard to see black and blue?"
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