Winterize… your hair? Protect your style from a seasonal slump
Your hair is golden waves of agreement when the weather's balmy, but once the cold, dry air starts blowing and the static electricity is flowing, your hair nightmare can turn into reality.
U.S. list helps heirs track Nazi-looted art in Munich cache
BERLIN - A list of art compiled by U.S. troops in 1950 may help Jewish heirs identify works looted by the Nazis that wound up in a squalid Munich apartment, according to researchers from the Holocaust Art Restitution Project.
V8 Charger breaks all the muscle car stereotypes
A big engine gives the Dodge Charger lots of horsepower and torque - even with the four doors and roomy trunk more typical of a family sedan.
North Korean tablet has 'Gone With the Wind'
There's almost no Internet access in North Korea, but that hasn't stopped the isolated nation from producing its version of an iPad, called the Samjiyon.
LONDON - 5 historical pioneers of social media: Martin Luther invented the listicle
LONDON - 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.
European capital's delicacies reveal its rich past
Tallinn's Old Town Pharmacy - the oldest in Europe - is thought to be the birthplace of marzipan, and the capital's Haa Eesti Asi is a foodie's dream with provisions including bear terrine and horse sausage.
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.
Hundreds of artworks by Picasso, Chagall, others may have been seized by Nazis
BERLIN - A Berlin art historian is helping prosecutors investigate a trove of 1,500 artworks that may have seized by the Nazis, which has been found in Munich.
MICHIGAN: Couple begins 'kindness' journey
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - Did a stranger buy your coffee this morning? Or pay your parking ticket? If so, you could be a recipient of a Michigan couple's random kindness. They're traveling part of the United States, helping as many people as they can.
NATIONAL: Despite the smell, Perry-the-plant draws a crowd
ST. PETER, Minn. - The rare bloom of a corpse flower is drawing plenty of visitors to a small liberal arts college, despite an offending odor that's likened to boiled cabbage, stinky shoes, poop and zombies.
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