Anyone who is traveling with kids knows how tough car trips, flights, and even cruises can be. Our family travel bloggers panel shares secrets for flying, driving, and more.
The latest barrage of screens for Killer is Dead focuses on two of the bosses you'll encounter in the game. First there's Hamadayama, who rides around on a freaking tiger. Yes, a tiger. How badass is that? Then there's Samurai, a robotic warrior who will put your skills to the test. Show More Summary
Mongolia, rich with coal, gold, and copper has been riding high on the global natural resource boom. The country’s proximity to China makes its resources even more attractive. Over the past decade, mining sector development has led to...Show More Summary
Riding your bike at night can be a little tricky, especially without headlights. Regular headlights are great, but the Lumigrid is a conceptual LED light that would kick things up
Of all the various stories from this network television season, Chicago Fire’s is the least likely and perhaps the most interesting. It began the season as almost an afterthought on NBC’s schedule, dismissed as competently bland nothingness and overshadowed by the splashy premise and good reviews of its timeslot-mate, Nashville. Show More Summary
In the animated film Epic, forests are protected by legions of tiny soldiers, all but invisible to the naked eye. Small enough to ride hummingbirds, they are locked in an endless war with a race of equally tiny goblin-like creatures who want to destroy the forest. Show More Summary
YouTube This video keeps me sane. A monkey, a pig, riding (backwards)... ...and suddenly I can deal with the randomness of the universe. Oh, and apologies for the earworm.
Shizz going down in Beverly Hills! The ladiez have just started taping for the new season, but it sounds like it's already been a damn bumpy ride. After the dramz boiled over during last season's reunion show, it still hasn't been cleaned up! And now, a whole new pot of messy messiness has been added to the [...]
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Don't forget about volatility.
Over the last 12 months, bank stocks have been soaring, and volatility has been falling. In the following video, Motley Fool banking analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer discuss how Bank of America has played into this trend and what they think of the shares going forward. Show More Summary
Does Coca-Cola really have the gall to play the environmental card? When SeaWorld Entertainment opens the new Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin ride at SeaWorld Orlando on Friday, it will do so with a proprietary soda. The leading beverage...Show More Summary
by John Jalsevac Calgary, AB, May 22, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Canadian pro-life group that is distributing postcards showing the graphic reality of abortion in the ridings of politicians who the group says have “failed the children” has announced the second object of their campaign: Calgary Centre-North…
Peter Molyneux and nine IGN fans stop by to discuss the Xbox One reveal event with Ryan and Destin. Buckle up for a 90-minute ride!
This last month hasn’t been the greatest for Chris Brown. First, he broke up with former X Factor guest Rihanna…and more recently, found himself involved in a nasty car accident. And guess who was riding shotgun? Ex number two, otherwise known as Karrueche Tran. Over the years, the celeb world has collectively proven itself to be [...]
CHICAGO -- A manager of Chicago's Navy Pier rode the tourist spot's Ferris wheel for more than two days – 384 times, up and around – bring... Read more: Ferris Wheel Ride World Record, Ferris Wheel World Record, World Record Ferris Wheel...Show More Summary
Clinton Shepherd hopes he can shatter a world record by making his endeavor a very Chicago-centric affair. The 32-year-old South Sider wants to se... Read more: Video, Guiness World Record, Navy Pier, Clinton Shepherd Chicago, Clinton...Show More Summary
By Craig Pirrong: My main beef with Tesla Motors (TSLA) is that it is a major beneficiary of government largesse masquerading as a free market success story. The company received a $450 million loan from the federal government to set up operations. Show More Summary
Okay, despite their ambitions to circumvent sampling and aim for a flawlessly beautiful analog listening experience with Random Access Memories, you may have read by now that Daft Punk did lift from another song — Aussie band The Sherbs‘ 1982 synth-rock jam “We Ride Tonight” — for spacy album-closer “Contact.” And one glance at the... More »