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Venture capitalist Bill Tai talks about MaiTai, where Silicon Valley deals get done, and why entrepreneurs love the crazy sport of kiteboarding.
An extraordinarily large mass of toxic algae off the West Coast of the United States has shut down crab and clam fisheries.
As luxury homes have become more complicated, the need for further domestic training became more apparent for Jill Wilpon.
This British actor is now among the front-runners to become the next James Bond, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Waterlogged Texas was getting set for another soaking as Tropical Storm Bill made landfall on Tuesday afternoon.
Each June, racegoers descend upon Ascot to place bets on the horses. The sport however is not what grabs attention but what's worn on people's heads.
What does running a 24-hour race and being a good lawyer have in common? This Spartan and Tough Mudder world champion explains.
As much as there is debate about sports pay parity in the U.S., American sports leagues tend to be more equal than their global counterparts.
Different attitudes in how men and women prepare for their futures might be contributing to the gender gap, The Fiscal Times reports.
The hacking of the White House Office of Personnel Management could provide a treasure trove for foreign spies.
Escapees from U.S. prisons, like murderers Richard Matt and David Sweat in upstate New York, are not as common as many news reports say.
The NBA Finals are bringing record numbers to the NBA's official YouTube account, according to data from Pixability.
O'Neal's site posted an entry questioning whether or not the terrorist attacks were an "inside job," the New York Post reports.
Over 300 "conscious clubbers" were rocking the dance floor in a sober rave that kicked off at the break of dawn on Friday in Singapore.
Almost 30,000 kilograms of sand has been carted to Singapore's Marina Bay waterfront to create the country's - and possibly Asia's - first pop-up beach.
Children from poorer families have shown greater levels of altruism, than those from wealthier backgrounds; a recent study finds.
There’s an adage that academic politics are vicious precisely because the stakes are so small. But perhaps there’s more to fight over when you are debating the U.K.’s economic recovery.
The Obama administration said it would regulate greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes, the NYT reports.
Bidding for the 2026 FIFA soccer World Cup has been suspended as corruption allegations engulf the organization.
Multiple failures by the TSA highlight the need for change at the agency, security expert Anthony Roman said.