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Glowing Cat Eyes Could Be On This New San Francisco Bridge

A potential artwork design for an upcoming bridge in San Francisco that has been inspired by felines might make some people hesitant to visit the city. The artw...

The Micro Apartments Trend Is Only Getting Bigger

With a growing demand for city life, micro-apartments have proven to be a successful way to cram many people into a small space. But just because these apartmen...

Flying Home For The Holidays Greener Than Driving

It turns out that flying home on a commercial jet might be better for the environment than driving home in a car. According to University of Michigan transporta...

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This Unlikely Duo Is Cleaning Up The Chicago River

Catfish are being used to help remove pollution from the Chicago River. A nonprofit group called Friends of the Chicago River has been putting the fish into the...

Here’s What We Know About The Americans Killed In Suicide Bombing

Six Americans were recently killed in a suicide bombing that took place in Afghanistan near the Bagram Air Base. The instance represents the deadliest attack on...

Obama Family Treats Air Force One As Personal Uber, With $70M Price Tag

As he has done six times since taking office, President Obama and his family will travel to Hawaii for the seventh time for his family’s 16-day Christmas vaca...

Congress’ $1.15 Trillion Spending Bill For 2016

The United States has a serious spending problem, and the latest instance of this can be seen in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, which is over 400,...

Federal Reserve Handing Out $11 Billion In Riskless "Profits" To Foreign Banks

Many view the recent decision of Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen to increase the interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade to be a sign that the ec...

People Who Know More Swear Words Have Bigger Vocabulary

While using swear words and slurs is typically associated with rudeness, ignorance and impoliteness, a new study has shown that people who have knowledge of a l...

Iranian Hackers Targeted New York Dam To Gain Infrastructure Insight

A new report reveals that Iranian hackers managed to infiltrate computers controlling the Bowman Avenue Dam in Rye, NY in 2013. Despite the worrisome attack, no...

Trump Defends Putin Against Claims Of Killing Reporters

Russian President Vladimir Putin has many good things to say about United States presidential hopeful Donald Trump, and Trump took time to defend Putin over the...

Same-Sex Couples Might Soon Be Able To Have Biological Children Together

A new fertilization technique could one day be used to allow same sex couples to produce children who are genetically related to both of them. The technique wou...

Exfoliating Microbeads Found In Soaps And Toothpastes Set For Ban

The United States government might soon ban personal cleansing products that contain microbeads. Being found in soaps, toothpastes and body washes, microbeads a...

The Green Bud Is Not So Green With Energy

It turns out that marijuana might not be as green as most people think. The cannabis market in the United States is currently worth more than $3.5 billion, and ...

Driver Plows Through Las Vegas Strip, Killing One And Injuring Dozens

On Sunday night in Las Vegas, one individual was killed while dozens more were injured when a woman purposely drove her vehicle into a crowd. The deliberate act...

World’s First Cyborg Olympics Celebrates Human Innovation

Disabled athletes throughout the world are preparing for the Cyborg Olympics which will take place in October of next year. The athletes will make use of highly...