LifestyleTravelWhat Are the Booziest Holiday Destinations?

admin August 20, 2019
According to a recent study by Alcohol.org, seven out of the 10 booziest travel destinations in the world are in America. The organization, which provides information about treatment for alcohol and substance addiction, studied 1,000 Instagram posts tagged with #vacationmode or #vacay from travelers in 143 cities around the world in an attempt to understand the influence of alcohol in people’s vacations. The social media analysis found that the majority of the top destinations are in the...

FashionLifestyleTravelYour Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Swimsuit

admin August 20, 2019
With endless categories being used to define women’s bodies, swimsuit shopping has become an impossible task—especially as clothing tags don’t tend to say: “buy this if you’re an inverted triangle.” This season is all about body positivity and feeling good in your own skin, so let’s leave the apples and pears in the fruit bowl and get back to soaking up the sun. Baring all in a string bikini is easier said than done, however....

Science & TechnologyCollege student who grew up loving dinosaurs found a 65-million-year-old partial triceratops skull

admin August 20, 2019
The skull, dubbed “Alice,” was found with its left horn partially exposed at Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota. A college student who has been a fan of dinosaurs since he was a child was part of a team of excavators who recently dug up the partial skull of a 65-million-year-old triceratops buried at a North Dakota dig site. Harrison Duran, a student at the University of California, Merced, and Michael Kjelland were on a...

LocalPoliticsCollege students attempted to access Trump’s tax returns, feds say

admin August 19, 2019
‘A college prank gone awry’ Two college students attempted to access Donald Trump’s tax returns shortly before he became president, a scheme for which they are facing prosecution and which one of their attorneys calls a “prank.” The defendants “were students at Haverford College outside Philadelphia” when they began to discuss “getting Trump’s tax information,” CBS17 reports. The students, identified as Justin Hiemstra and Andrew Harris, took the novel approach of “open[ing] a fraudulent federal financial...