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18 science-backed ways men can appear more attractive to women

We rounded up scientific research on the best — and easiest — ways for men to seem more appealing to women.
An abandoned swimming pool in the Central Africa Republic.

These eerie photos show what happens to swimming pools after they’ve been abandoned for years

A number of factors can lead to a pool's abandonment, from mismanagement to natural disasters to political unrest.
Your boss’s impression of you is important, since he or she controls the projects you work on and whether you get promoted or fired.

5 signs your boss doesn’t like you as much as you think

Everyone wants their boss to like them, and their impression of you is important. Here are 5 subtle signs your boss doesn't like you as much as you think.
Can you read your boss?

15 signs your boss is impressed with you, even if it doesn’t seem like it

If you're worried about whether or not your manager supports you, consider these subtle signs that your boss actually does like you.

Where Americans say their ancestors came from, in 17 maps

Irish ancestry is most common in the Northeast, while Mexican and Mexican-American ancestry dominates in the states that share a border with Mexico.
September 11 changed the way Americans talk about terrorist attacks.

The surprising effect 9/11 had on the English language

The phrase "9/11" caught the attention of linguists and changed the way we talk about terrorist attacks. Linguists have noted how the name people assigned to the attacks, "9/11," is now a blueprint for naming other terrorist incidents around the world.
September 11, 2001 was the day American news networks introduced the permanently scrolling news ticker.

One of the biggest innovations in cable news history is a result of 9/11

September 11 ushered in many changes in American life. One of the lesser-known changes was the introduction of the scrolling news ticker.
The day after the September 11 attacks in New York City, newspapers captured the shock and horror.

‘AMERICA’S DARKEST DAY’: See newspaper headlines from around the world 24 hours after 9/11

The day after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, newspapers around the world reacted by capturing sadness, shock, and horror. These are the front pages people woke up to.
"When the lines are long, the churros are good," one employee said.

Costco workers share their 13 best food-court secrets and hacks

Costco's food court is popular for its consistently cheap prices and tasty menu items, including its hot dogs and pizza.
There's a key difference between trucking in the US and England –– and it changes everything for how truckers earn a livelihood.

A British truck driver who’s worked in the US for years says the biggest problem with trucking in America comes down to how drivers are paid

The trucker's complaints about the American system of trucking boil down to one main point: Drivers aren't paid by the hour.