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The motorcycle community is paying attention to the new research.The motorcycle community is paying attention to the new research.

Study links fatal crashes to full moons

New research shows an uptick in fatal crashes on nights when there's a full moon.

This blind and deaf backpacker is traveling the world

Tony Giles journeyed from the U.S. to Zambia to Israel. Alone.

From Conan to Gadot, our favorite quotes of 2017

A look back at the most memorable, offbeat and inspirational things we heard this year.

The No. 1 motivating factor in deciding which causes to support

Why do we give to certain causes and not others? A new study examines what influences our donation decisions.

The real reason you wait in line to see Santa

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains the evolutionary reason that big lines attract people.

Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should honeymoon in Israel

From romantic dinners to beachside sunsets, we've got the royal couple's personal itinerary all planned out.

Newly discovered 400,000-year-old school means humans are way older than we thought

Ancient toolmaking school has everyone thinking that our species has been talking, teaching and making tech for a really long time.

How to make a vacation better after it’s over

Trips end, but memories last a lifetime. And how you remember has a lot to do with this quirk in your brain.

Serena Williams' bridal designer offers 10 tips for choosing the perfect wedding gown

Galia Lahav's dresses may seem like something out of a dream, but her practical advice is very down-to-Earth.

Where are all the hottest fashion designers coming from? Tel Aviv

The Mediterranean metropolis is turning out an impressive crop of young, skilled talent that's making a global stake in the fashion industry.

8 odd facts about daylight saving time

What Ben Franklin, candy makers and 'American Idol' have to do with the shifting clocks.

What you should be for Halloween, based on your Myers-Briggs type

Don't go as a zombie or a witch. Let us help you be something more unique.

Who were the ancient Natufians and how did they change your life?

One little culture started farming crops and taming animals, leading to the modern world.

Why you should ask for advice, not opinions

One question will pull people toward you, while the other will push them away.

Scientists are using billions of photos to analyze fashion around the world

Why do people in Brazil wear more hats than people in Italy? Why do so many Americans wear black? These questions are finally answered, thanks to the wonders of technology.

Autographed Einstein notes given to Japanese bellhop up for auction

The handwritten scrawls were reportedly given by the absent-minded professor in lieu of a tip.