Who hasn't dreamed of living on their own private island? But the downside: being far away from society, i.e., jobs, which are, paradoxically, that much more important once you're spending gobs of money on your isolated getaway.
This young man may be destined for greatness, but not if his cat Kodi has anything to say about it. Less practice, more petting!
Here's what to do the next time you forget to pack an umbrella.
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Penkdix Palme, a 27-year-old photographer from Indonesia, found this intelligent little tree frog in his neighbor's garden, SWNS reported.
NEW ORLEANS — An out-of-control natural gas well off the Louisiana coast continued to burn Wednesday after it caught fire following a blowout that prompted the evacuation of 44 workers, authorities said.
Whales and dolphins are in a class by themselves when it comes to being unsuited for captivity. That conclusion is conveyed in a new documentary, "Blackfish" which has the marine amusement park, Sea World up in arms.
An open letter from Christopher J. Loeak, President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands
Dear Mr Secretary,
For those of us weathering the devastating consequences of climate change, President Obama's recent pledge to revive American leadership on the issue could not be more welcome.
The human body is a miraculous thing.
It carries us to work every day of the week. Maybe even more notably, it protects us from danger.
REGINA - Here's something you don't see every day -- a lizard that shoots blood out of its eyes.
But if you're travelling to Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan and you're very, very lucky, you might just catch a glimpse of the Greater Short-Horned Lizard, also known as Canada's version of the iguana.
It's rare to see a bear attempting to rescue her cub from an open dumpster, and rarer still for the entire event to have been caught on tape.
The stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life -- and your well-being -- off course. GPS For The Soul can help you find your way back to balance.
By Keri Glassman for US News
We all have a little (or maybe a whole lot of) stress in our lives.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Deadly British heat wave; Deadly floods in India; US heat wave cuts power at nuclear plants; Radioactive water leaking from Fukushima; New EPA Administrator, new fights over fracking and emissions; PLUS: What could possibly go wrong?: Russia building floating nuclear power plants .
The new dialogue on the need for federal funding for infrastructure improvements has mostly focused on ways to pay for the projects. Yes, finding ways to tap new resources, perhaps through creative public-private partnerships, and ensuring that public works investments benefit everyone is critical.