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.
Craft beer, or crafty pretenders?
Perched in the beer aisle, with their foil-wrapped necks and labels sporting tranquil nature scenes, Golden Knot and Crimson Crossing look like refugees from the wine shelf, misplaced by a supermarket clerk.
Crock pot sausage, sauerkraut a perfect autumn meal
Crock pot cooking is an easy way to start preparing great food for your family. This meal of kielbasa, sauerkraut, apples and potatoes offers a sweet and tart reward for a long day's work.
Lane Grant reads the offense
McAlester senior linebacker Lane Grant lost his junior year to back-to-back injuries, but he's returned as a dominant defensive force for the Buffs this season.
A watch that will tell you when you're late
Everyone, it seems, is building a smartwatch these days. But the rumors about Google's smartwatch are more intriguing than most, for two reasons.
Recipe: Spaghetti squash with ground turkey and tomato sauce
Low-carb and low-calorie Italian comfort food can be hard to find. Here, cooked and shredded squash stands in for wheat pasta as the base of a nutritious and filling main dish.
Medieval towers stand beside modern touches in Estonia's capital
Fifty miles across the Gulf of Finland from Helsinki, Tallinn is Northern Europe's oldest capital and gives visitors an intriguing mix of Medieval building with touches of modernity.
Connor Powers back at full strength
Connor Powers' first year playing high school football ended after just two weeks, but he's having a much, much more successful senior year as the McAlester Buffaloes' starting right tackle.
The numbers you really need to know for retirement
If you are one of the 78 million Baby Boomers rolling into retirement in the next 20 years, you might want to sit down and do a little math. Retirement is a lot more complicated than it used to be.
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.
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