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Cargo bikes make it easier than ever to avoid hopping in a car or on a scooter
Bike couriers are a familiar sight in big cities around the world, and now transport services are also switching to two wheels.
 
George Clooney just sold a tequila company for A BILLION DOLLARS
Star sells the Casamigos tequila company he co-founded to British beverages giant Diageo.
 
This vinegar-based drink perfect for hot days is making a comeback
Switchel is quickly developing a reputation as the trendiest drink of the year in the U.S.
 
Daniel Day-Lewis, one of the greatest living actors, won't be acting anymore
In surprise announcement, 60-year-old star of 'There Will be Blood' and 'Lincoln' says he is retiring.
 
10 things that drive new dads crazy
'Peering bleary-eyed into the future, the dads think that if this keeps up, they'll be dead in two months.' That's a beginner's mistake.
 
This exhibition shows plastic from a whale's stomach
Pieces of plastic recovered from the stomach of a whale have gone on show as part of an exhibition in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
 
Soggy sandwiches in Florence as city cracks down on picnics
The Italian city of Florence is planning to spray its famous church squares with water as a way of discouraging tourists from using them as picnic spots.
 
Fire soccer, a unique Ramadhan tradition
The Islamic boarding school students of Pondok Pesantren (Ponpes) Khalifatullah Singo Ludiro in Mojolaban, Sukoharjo, Central Java, have a unique tradition during the holy month of Ramadhan. Locally known as santri, the students were found happily playing fire soccer on Tuesday night, passing and kicking the flaming fireball toward the opponent's goal just like in regular soccer.
 
Great celebrity Trump impersonators come in every shade of orange
With an iconic look and a habit of calling out people that he disagrees with, US President Donald Trump has long been subjected mockery and impersonation.
 
Yoko Ono given co-writing credit for 'Imagine'
Yoko Ono has been given a co-writing credit for husband John Lennon's 1971 hit "Imagine," the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) announced.
 
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