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This 70-square-foot tiny home can be built for just $10,000

A Czech Republic-based design firm released a tiny home called the "Magenta" that can be built for just $10,000.
The Holmene project hopes to bring techies to Copenhagen.

Copenhagen wants to build 9 artificial islands to house ‘the European Silicon Valley.’ Take a look at the plan.

The Danish government is moving forward with a plan to build nine artificial islands on the coast of Copenhagen.

The best and worst countries to be a teacher, based on salary

Teachers in LA have gone on strike for the first time in 30 years. Here's a look at how teacher salaries stack up across several different countries.

12 inspiring quotes from Martin Luther King Jr.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, here are some wise words on the importance of non-violent protest and standing up for equality everywhere.

There’s a $200 million abandoned village of Disney-like castles in Turkey. Take a look inside.

Burj Al Babas was designed as a luxury community for foreign buyers, but its villas are still empty.
Visitors were still collecting full bags of trash at at Lassen National Forest on January 15.

National parks have already reached a nightmare scenario of trash piles and destroyed trees during the government shutdown

In the midst of a government shutdown, the conditions at national parks could threaten visitor and wildlife safety.
A "super blood blue moon" is seen during an eclipse in Hong Kong, China January 31, 2018.

A ‘super blood wolf moon’ this weekend will be the last total lunar eclipse until 2021 — here’s how to catch it

In January, the moon will be closer to Earth than usual during a total lunar eclipse. The "super blood wolf moon" will last over an hour.

Australia is pumping oxygen into lakes and rivers as a ‘Band-Aid solution’ to stop thousands of fish from dying

Nearly one million fish were found dead in a river in New South Wales last week. Another 1,800 rotting fish have been found in a lake since then.
A plane takes off as a herd of goats grazes at the Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon on April 17, 2015.

A California city is raising $30,000 to rent goats that could help prevent the next big wildfire

Prescriptive grazing costs between $500 and $1,000 per acre of land, and Nevada City says 200 goats could get through one acre in a day.
The city's monuments and museums are closed during the shutdown.

Depressing photos show how the government shutdown has turned parts of Washington, DC into a ghost town

Many Washington, DC sites have been forced to close their doors due to the government shutdown.