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New photos of New York City’s disaster hospital in the Javits Center reveal rows of make-shift hospital rooms
The center, which is typically used to host large events, has been filled with long white curtains, medical equipment, and hospital beds.
Function of Beauty lets you design your own shampoo and conditioner based on your hair’s needs — here’s what 4 women thought after t...
Is custom formulized shampoo and conditioner actually better than what you'd find at the drugstore? We tried Function of Beauty to decide for ourselves.
Florida’s spring break problem shows a political pandemic divide: Red and blue states are treating coronavirus differently
Florida's more liberal and urban areas have been quicker to shut down beaches while conservative places are slower, and the pattern is nationwide.
Norwegian designer Torsetin Aa created Birdbox for visitors to experience Norway's Fjords and mountains.
Here are 7 clothing brands we shop at when we're looking for consistently great women's basics, including Everlane, Pact, and Universal Standard.
I’ve been using this eye cream for 5 years and it’s the closest thing to a miracle for getting rid of dark circles – it can even hel...
This is the best under-eye brightening and depuffing treatment I've tried. It's been in my skin-care routine for 5 years, and I recommend it to everyone.
A historic California building that has been a restaurant, a home, and a setting for ghost stories is on the market for $3 million— see inside
The building is reportedly haunted and has been attached to ghost stories since the tragic deaths of its early owners.
Your phone could have 18 times more bacteria than a public restroom — this clever device sanitizes it for you
Our phones are hotspots for bacteria. The $80 PhoneSoap can help by safely sanitizing your phone while it charges, killing 99.9% of common bacteria.
These 400-square-foot tiny houses in a village for the homeless were made by a 3D printer — see inside the structures and how they were built
Icon's 3D printer can print three houses simultaneously, and complete the walls in just over 24 hours.
A former US Navy vessel turned $800,000 houseboat called ‘the Evil Eye’ is on sale the Bay Area— see inside
The boat was a balloon barge, used to stop kamikazes in World War II. Author Shel Silverstein lived in it for decades.