Staff Sgt. Marcos Jimenez steeled himself for the task ahead, one of the most difficult he had faced in nearly four years.
As our gadgets become smarter and as our regular home appliances and features become more connected, there might be a growing need to have a smart controller that controls all of it from one place. At the moment things like smart locks, smart bulbs, and etc. Show More Summary
No one wants to talk about the show, but that’s literally all you want to do in life right now.
Proctologists are one of the most misunderstood and underrated specialists in the medical game, and yet (according to Kramer) they’re the life of the party. Their career path has taken them straight to the backside of humanity, where they occasionally have to “plumb the depths” to check for prostate issues such as cancer or polyps. Show More Summary
After the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck on April 25, life for the people of Kathmandu has become one of nervous hyper-vigilance over when the next one might hit.
Have you ever been a stargazer? Have you, at one point in your life, gone with a group of like-minded folk — or maybe, gone by yourself — to a desolate, open field where the lights are incredibly low, the air is clear, and the time is right as you lay down on your blanket […]
Being a working mom is many things. The one thing it's not is easy. While every parent knows the feeling of being torn in a multitude of directions - all at once - working women have their own unique life perspective. Here are 19 experiences...Show More Summary
In one of my recent videos, I talked about how I try to improve my cognitive skills, how I measure my brain activities, and how I try to live a relaxed and focused life with devices. I have always wanted to improve my focus and the way I can immediately focus on something when needed. Now […]
It should have been the happiest day of Kristy Sutton’s life. However, the presence of one man at her wedding means that it will forever be ruined after Kristy admitted that she invited a pedophile who repeatedly raped her as a child to her wedding because of the hold that he held over her. Show More Summary
There are two distinct sounds when Roger Federer graces the courts of Roland Garros. One is the pop of backhands and forehands kicking up puffs of red clay. The other, getting ever louder, is the scratchy tick of life's clock.
The former Thought Catalog star tells Salon about his new book, "I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves"
It's true: a really great phone case is one of life's greatest little joys. But instead of buying a new one every so often, consider a DIY for your own case creation. From the supersimple to the more elaborate, check out 25 ideas to get you started. It's time to show off! Source: Etsy user PencilShavingsStudio
When we met up in Vancouver recently, Ernie Crey of the North West Indigenous Council made it clear that militant aboriginal groups like Idle No More represent “a fraction of one percent” of Canada’s almost one million First Nations people. He’s working to encourage First Nations people to participate in all aspects of Canadian life […]
"The pod looks like an earthy piece of art, but really it’s a biodegradable 'casket.' Once the burial pod is buried deep underground a tree seed or a young tree is placed directly above, and from one source of life sparks another."
When the French Open slides across the baseline, one thinks of the constants in life: death, taxes and Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros. That tide could be receding this year and that’s Parisian accordion music to one Roger Federer’s ears. Show More Summary
The Interview: Former prime minister Brian Mulroney on the Horatio Alger Association, the current political climate, and one very busy life The post The Interview: Brian Mulroney on politics and philanthropy appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Zayn Malik announced in March that he was leaving One Direction so he could live his life like “a normal 22 year old.” Now it looks like he’s embarking on a solo career. According to Liam Payne, the real reason why Zayn left the boyShow More Summary
A 4-year-old rhino is fighting for her life after poachers hacked the horn off her face and left her for dead. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
It goes without saying that modern day smartphones tend to have a whole lot of features, and useful ones at that, too, which make our life a whole lot easier and more convenient, but on the other hand, the smartphones also do not last too long. Show More Summary
Amid violent protests, the crisis over the president’s pursuit of a third term has begun to take a severe toll on day-to-day life in one of the world’s poorest countries.