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- PHOTOS: Scare up a new, spook-tacular Halloween costume Looking for something different this year? Spirit has rolled out its new 2013 Halloween costumes, featuring some of our favorite pop culture moments.
VIDEO: Pop art legend's iPad ingenuity
David Hockney, one of Britain's most celebrated living artists, is pioneering the art world yet again, turning his index finger into a paintbrush and his iPad into a canvas.
VIDEO: "Daily Show" sparks local controversy
A Republican North Carolina precinct official resigned on Thursday, after The Daily Show aired a segment on the state's voter ID law.
Why are there so many yellow taxis in the world?
Bumblebee-bright, a yellow taxicab blurs across Times Square: an instantly recognizable and infinitely reproduced symbol of New York City. But New York cab companies weren't the first to paint their vehicles the now iconic yellow, a popular taxi color in many parts of the country and the world.
BBQ My Way: Fall veggie pizza
At the risk of being perceived as a middle-aged guy trying to be cool, all I can say is this: OMG! This fall veggie pizza is so good.
Monsanto bets $5 million in Washington State fight over altered food
Monsanto Co. and DuPont Co., among the biggest makers of bioengineered crop seeds, are persuading Washington state voters to change their minds about a proposal to require labels on genetically modified food.
Smells like teen spirit: An olfactory experiment
When I first told my husband that I was planning to wear only Axe men's products for an entire week, his answer was a foreshadowing of things to come: "You're planning on wearing that stuff to bed every night for a week? Man. Axe really does work. It's only been a few minutes and look, you're already single again."
In Japan, what's sex got to do with it?
According to a fascinating and bewildering investigation in the Guardian by Abigail Haworth, Japanese young people are losing interest not just in marriage, but in romantic relationships. Some have even given up on sex.
- SLIDESHOW: Thousands of BASE jumpers take the 876-foot plunge in West Virginia The Bridge Day Festival, held this year on October 19 in Fayette County, West Virginia, bills itself as the "largest extreme sports event in the world." The 876-foot tall New River Gorge Bridge serves as the launch point for thousands of BASE jumpers who make the leap over a six-hour period.
Viral video: Dog befriends boy with Down Syndrome
A Labrador befriended a 3-year-old boy with Down syndrome and the child's mother caught their touching interaction on camera.
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