Eric Schlosser wrote the book Fast Food Nation ten years ago. Unfortunately, he says, our eating habits haven't changed since then.
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The entire town of Buford, Wyoming, is for sale. The last resident is retiring, so several buildings, ten acres of land, and a high-altitude view are all going on the auction block.
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IKEA developed a kit that enables people to use their smart phones, iPads, and other touch screens while wearing cold weather gloves. Norwegians bought up 12,000 kits in just two weeks!
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Author Bret Easton Ellis sent a series of Tweets detailing what his American Psycho character Patrick Bateman would be like in 2012. He might be free-associating himself into a sequel.
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The Fearless Wonders. Read the story of the Canadian Mohawks who built New York’s skyscrapers.
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Improv Everywhere Crashes TED Conference. The Spinning Beach Ball of Death indicated a loading error, but ended up entertaining the crowd.
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What has happened to Eddie Murphy's career? His latest film, A Thousand Words, is in the running for the worst film of all time.
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You've never really heard the Isaac Hayes song "Shaft" played to its full potential until you've heard it performed by the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.
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Parents are willing to risk jail time to send their kids to good schools in good districts. But why is there such a difference between nearby U.S. public schools?
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George Takei raised $158,000 to produce Allegiance, a Broadway production about the Japanese internment of World War II. He's so happy about it that the 75-year-old actor danced to express his appreciation!
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Should we use LSD to treat alcoholism? A look back at research from the '60s shows it can work, so it might be at least worth another round of testing.
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Let’s Make a Deal: 6 of Baseball’s Strangest Trades. A little history to get you through until Opening Day.