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Admitting you enjoy naps, the occasional glass of wine, or hitting the couch instead of the gym every once in a while can often land you a prime spot in the shame corner. But there's plenty of scientific research to support your allegedly bad habits.
Trader Joe's foods are purposefully quirky and preservative-free. A number of Trader Joe's crew members have divulged their own favorite food products online, from the store's marshmallows to its fried rice.
Shake Shack teamed up with Silicon Valley’s favorite shoe brand for these $100 sneakers, which were available for one day only — and I wai...
Popular burger chain Shake Shack and shoe brand Allbirds announced they had teamed up to release a sneaker that would be available in New York City for one day only, on May 24. And so, I got a pair. Here's what it was like.
Victoria's Secret was once the king of women's lingerie in the US, but it's increasingly losing market share to newer brands. We've compiled a list of up-and-coming lingerie brands.
Candidates flock to a company hiring through a job listing with the word "synergy" in Phoenix and Salt Lake City, but steer clear of gigs using that word in Miami and Philadelphia, text-analysis startup Textio found.
We ranked 34 of the most notable and memorable heroes in the Star Wars universe from worst to best, including General Leia, Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, and Jar Jar Binks.
Penthouses boast a lot of luxury, particularly the sunning panoramic views their high-in-the-sky location affords. With the help of Trulia, we compiled the 15 most expensive penthouses for sale in America, from Honolulu and Miami to New York City.
The books scientists recommend include fantasy like Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings," nonfiction like J.D. Vance's "Hillbilly Elegy," and seminal works of political theory like Plato's "The Republic."
The returning TV shows viewers are anticipating the most for June include Netflix's hit series "GLOW" and "Marvel's Luke Cage," along with the USA drama series "Shooter."
Countries in Asia are looking for ways to counter China’s growing power — with and without the US’s help
China and the US are still the dominant countries in Asia, but the balance of power appears to be shifting, and many countries in the region are reassessing who they can count on in case of trouble.