Monday, May 13, 2013
Bubbles are a serious business. While they're beloved as a childhood pastime and a bathtub luxury, the physics behind the delicate, iridescent clusters remains remarkably complex.
Men in Singapore are more open to dating older members of the opposite sex than women, a survey has found.
If your landlord is the sort that regards all pets no better than pests, and you've been fighting the urge to cuddle a cat, you ought to peek into the Purr Cat Cafe Club.
How the mighty have fallen in Mexico — at least on movie screens and in social media. A comedy lampooning the rich has become the highest-grossing film in Mexican cinema history, with 5 million moviegoers laughing at the story of a construction tycoon fooling his spoilt children into a life of poverty.
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Sunday, May 12, 2013
Are U.S. moms, who will be celebrated Sunday on Mother's Day, more important than dads and romantic partners?
Scientists investigating the source of the moon's internal water have lifted telltale fingerprints from Apollo-era lunar rocks showing that the liquid may have originated from meteorites bombarding Earth.
The World Trade Center's rebirth in New York City has long revolved around creating symbolism on the site of tragedy: a skyscraper 1,776 feet tall, a homage and a bold statement about looking forward.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Pope Francis will travel to Brazil in July for World Youth Day, a major Catholic youth event expected to draw upwards of 2.5 million people, the Vatican said Tuesday.