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Dior sings the blues to Paris celebs in fashion ode to navy
Christian Dior sang the blues to its star-studded front row at Paris Fashion Week on Friday in Maria Grazia Chiuri's sophomore ready-to-wear show that celebrated all things navy.
 
Moon tours: You'll need to pee all the time, plus you'll vomit a lot
Non-stop vomiting, a puffy face and the constant need to pee: Volunteers for a week-long loop around the Moon may be in for a rough ride even if all goes to plan.
 
Have oldest known fossils been found?
Tiny tubes and filaments in some Canadian rock appear to be the oldest known fossils, giving new support to some ideas about how life began, a new study says.
 
How to live off 35K in Taipei (as a family of four)
Taipei's cost of living has oft been criticized as too high, making it difficult for young people to get by on a typical salary.
 
Saint Laurent designer gives bold, VIP-filled sophomore show
Kate Moss hid under a hat, Eva Herzigova shivered in the cold, Catherine Deneuve and A$AP Rocky sat poker-faced, while only Charlotte Gainsbourg managed a smile.
 
Kaia Larka, left, competes to win the annual Shrove Tuesday trans-Atlantic pancake race in the town of Olney, in Buckinghamshire, England, Tuesday, Feb. 28. Every year, women clad in aprons and head scarves from Olney and the city of Liberal, in Kansas, U.S., run their respective legs of the race with a pancake in their pan.
 
Pretty in pink
Tulip Magnolia trees bloom in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 28.
 
Warming, snowmelt 'share peculiar tie'
Global warming could mean that mountain snow melts at a slower pace, researchers said Monday, a peculiar finding that might be bad news for the West and other regions that depend on snow for water.
 
Eclipse delights Africa, South America
Stargazers applauded as they were plunged into darkness Sunday when the moon passed in front of the sun in a spectacular "ring of fire" eclipse.
 
King Giorgio revives the skirt-trouser combo in Milan
Italian king of fashion Giorgio Armani brought back the skirt-trouser combo Monday with an autumn-winter 2017 show that wound up Milan fashion week with his trademark elegance.
 
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