When Erik Robertson, an account executive at a San Francisco public relations agency, meets with conservative clients, he’s always sure to wear a suit and tie.
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At an outlet of Starbuds in Denver the lines are long, and the green logo seems very familiar, but they're not serving coffee
Strength training, traditionally favored by body builders seeking to bulk up, has become the go-to regimen for athletes, weekend warriors and exercise enthusiasts determined to slim down.
If Irish poet Brendan Behan were still alive today, he might want to amend his oft-quoted words, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity, except your own obituary.”
Hundreds of Mormon women who want ecclesiastical equality were denied admittance to a male-only session of their faith's spring conference on Saturday, in their bid to promote the ordination of women into the lay priesthood.
Whatever the motive behind the event, it made for some powerful images of some China residents' desperation for better air.
It may have taken 260 years but the home of golf is finally preparing to allow women to join its ranks.
People eat more breakfast cereal, by weight, when flake size is reduced, according to Penn State researchers, who showed that when flakes are reduced by crushing, people pour a smaller volume of cereal into their bowls, but still take a greater amount by weight and calories.
The subject of guns is a volatile one in the black community: a disproportionate number of black Americans are killed by firearms each year.
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