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Like Islands Floating in the Sky: The Mist-Shrouded Columns of Rock That Inspired Avatar
China’s remote Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a magical place. Pillars of rock covered in lush vegetation soar into the sky and are connected by natural bridges. No wonder it was the inspiration for James Cameron’s Avatar.
Why Are Dolphins Dying on the U.S. East Coast?
Dolphins have been dying in alarming numbers along the East Coast of the U.S., and scientists are desperately trying to find out the cause of the fatalities.
Barbie Does London
Barbie has been a favorite of kids (and some grown-ups) for over 50 years. The iconic doll has now taken up residence over the pond, and received a new, edgy designer makeover to boot.
Rambo is Coming to TV
Rambo could soon be coming to the small screen and Sly could even be involved in its production. This makes us very excited.
Chinese Zoo Tries to Pass Dog Off as Lion
People flock to zoos to see some of the most fearsome wild animals around. In one Chinese zoo, however, patrons were rather surprised to find a domestic pet passed off as the king of the jungle.
The Hot New Celebrity Trend for Short Hair
Many celebrities are now cutting off their long locks for a stylish crop, but only some look just as good as before. We see who did it best, and whether you should follow their examples.
David Attenborough Thinks Humans Have Stopped Evolving
Sir David Attenborough has caused a bit of a stir lately by saying that humans are no longer evolving. We look at the substance behind the controversial statement, and see if there’s any truth in it.
Why Hell's Kitchen Winner Ja'Nel Witt Isn't So Snow White
Hell’s Kitchen winner Ja’Nel Witt cooked her way into a prestigious head chef position earlier this year. However, “unforeseen circumstances” made her unable to take that prize…
Why is Starbucks' Howard Schultz Really Taking a Stand on Guns?
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has recently gone on record to say that he doesn’t want guns in the company’s stores – well, sort of. What’s prompting Schultz’s sudden interest in the right to bear arms?