Tradition for Progress: The Changing International Marriage Landscape

Marriage remains one of the most important commitments any of us can make in our lives. The statistics don’t lie, after all, and with more than two-million Americans married in 2013, it doesn’t seem that this traditional union is going any place anytime soon, despite popular opinion. However, that doesn’t mean marriage is the same […]

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For Nuclear Plants and Messy Kitchens, Robotic Cleaners Are the Answer

Think back to the first time you saw a robotic vacuum cleaner. It was likely inside a friend’s apartment, and someone probably threw a potato chip on the floor in order to summon the robot to inhale it. It was probably presented as some kind of 21st century pet, and most folks probably loved it […]

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After Six Years of Struggle, America’s Housing Market Might Just Be Bouncing Back

Despite a murky half-decade of economic uncertainty, the real estate market in the United States seems to be climbing back to full health. How can we tell? All it takes is a simple trip to a local car dealership. That’s because a strong connection exists between the number of pickup trucks sold in America and […]

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Why More Men Are Going Under the Knife

Society is challenging perceptions that men age well. Only a few men are lucky enough for their appearances to actually improve with age. In other words, not everyone is George Clooney. A sharp increase in the popularity of plastic surgery among men reaffirms growing consciousness of aging and physical appearance. In fact, male cosmetic procedures […]

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Cold Winter to Blame for Sluggish Early-2014 Economy?

The brutal cold of January and February didn’t only slow down drivers on icy roads. In addition, it hindered economic growth in the United States, according to the Beige Book survey released on Wednesday. Overall, improvement was determined to be “modest to moderate,” but certain regions were hit hard, both by snow and economic slowdowns. […]

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Malaysian Plane Was Returning Back before Missing

The military officials of Malaysia say that “Malaysian Airlines Plane was returning back before missing”. The Malaysian air force Chief Rodzali Daud disclosed in his recent press briefing that military radar indicated that Boeing 777 carrying 239 passengers turned back toward Kuala Lumpur before vanishing and investigation was undergoing to find the wreckage. On the […]

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High School Stage Collapses Causing Dozens Hurt

During the course of different performances Servite High School stage happened to collapse at Anaheim causing dozens of injuries, says the rescue teams. The local police official Lt. Tim Schmidt said that 250 students were performing singing and dancing performances when they fell down. Stephanie Stevenson the witness of the scene said to a private […]

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Harley-Davidson Makes Strategic Move to Japanese Markets

Iconic motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson is well known for their heavyweight bikes, but after nearly four decades they’ve ventured into the lightweight motorcycle market with their Street series of bikes. Their core demographic has historically been baby boomers, but as they’re getting older and consequently buying fewer bikes, millennial customers who prefer lighter, affordable bikes have […]

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Improved Infrastructure Could Spur U.S. Manufacturing Growth

Advanced technologies and products will be vital for bringing manufacturing jobs back to the United States. At least, that’s what President Obama recently mentioned in a public address. “If we want to attract more good manufacturing jobs to America, we’ve got to make sure we’re on the cutting edge of new manufacturing technologies and techniques,” […]

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