- Quartz via Yahoo FinanceOct 04 9:00 AM
Groucho Marx once joked, “Anything that can’t be done in bed isn’t worth doing at all.” You might think he was referring to sleeping and sex. The ceremonial bedding of newlyweds was a public spectacle for a royal court.
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- Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 26 22:09 PM
In a lab southeast of Los Angeles, researchers are opening a new front in the yearslong battle against a tiny pest that has wreaked havoc on citrus groves around the world. California citrus ...
- Refinery29 via Yahoo FinanceSep 25 15:00 PM
Philip Glass will be performing with his ensemble, and tickets are only $38! I ask D. and he’s down, so I respond to let her know and we Venmo her for our tickets.
- Road & Track via Yahoo FinanceOct 04 16:59 PM
Anyway, while they're all distracted, here's a comparison test between two wacky French cars you can't actually buy. First, meet the Renault Clio V6, an extremely ludicrous idea in a lovely shade of blue.
- Fox Business via Yahoo FinanceSep 27 23:42 PM
The state of Michigan this weekend becomes the latest state to conduct a spraying campaign in an attempt to prevent its residents from becoming infected with the deadly mosquito-borne disease ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 27 22:25 PM
Michigan will conduct aerial spraying for the first time since 1980 to combat a rare mosquito-borne virus that has killed three people and been recorded across the southern half of the state ...
- ETF Trends via Yahoo FinanceSep 28 16:00 PM
Even when a cat uses someone's lap as a makeshift mattress while trying to get work done or if a German shepherd tears through a favorite pair of slippers, they'll still get the affection and ...
- Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceOct 10 11:00 AM
Chungui Lu, a Chinese native who is now a professor in the U.K., spoke on the promise of vertical farming — high-tech indoor vegetable farming capable of producing more food per acre than traditional ...