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Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Do you support affirmative action?
With several hundred years of cruel death on its soil, stepping foot on Poveglia Island is a sure way to scare yourself stupid.
An old friend has returned to Menlo Park. An exhibit of paintings by Joseph Fuchs is on display at Cafe Zoe through January 5. To locals, Joseph may be better known as "Mr. Fuchs," an English teacher who taught at Menlo-Atherton High School for 33 years before retiring.
The entries are called to design furniture pieces or home accessories that reproduce the funny, sly, sweet or know-it-all aspect, the gentle or aggressive character, of small creatures ready to invade our homes.
The Benson Hotel unveiled the centerpiece of its annual holiday display on Wednesday, revealing a historic replica of downtown Portland that looked good enough to eat.
Scores have been released for the 2012 PISA tests of most of the rich OECD countries and some poorer countries.
Whether you've been with your sweetie for a month or you're celebrating your silver anniversary, sometimes it's best to skip the chocolate and flowers and buy two plane tickets instead.
When parents tell me they're going to Europe and ask me where to take their kids, I'm sometimes tempted to answer, "To Grandma and Grandpa's on your way to the airport."
Rome, December 3 - Northern Italian high school pupils from the regions of Trento, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Veneto were among the world's top math students while southerners ranked among the lowest together with Turks and Romanians, according to an OECD survey released on Tuesday.
Boscolo Hotels and the exclusive portfolio of independent hotels, the Autograph Collection, announced today the news that twoadditional luxury Boscolo Hotels in Italy will join its ensemble this fall.
After her ex-boyfriend allegedly held a knife to her throat, British mother Paula Reynolds fled Italy and came back to the UK with her young son.
Today's Best Shot comes from reader Frank Baine. Frank writes: "This is a photo that I took in Venice, Italy, in 1971.
In the '80s, '90s and early '00s, Edmonton's music scene was largely known for its punk and roots acts.
Professor Cesare, of the University of Padova, Italy, carefully selected pebbles from a beach in Carboneras, which is known for the variety of geologically different rock available When walking along a beach, most pebbles look relatively alike - and dull - but an Italian geologist has revealed their hidden beauty using a powerful microscope.