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  • Everyone loves Vegas: It's U.S. travelers' top pick, a survey says

    Americans love Las Vegas -- and apparently are prepared to love it even more this year. Las Vegas topped the list of 14 cities that travelers say they most want to visit in 2014, according to a survey by an online travel website. Americans seem to favor...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech logical omission from Harris poll topped by Alabama, Oregon, FSU

    Virginia Tech was the only top-25 team to lose at home to an unranked opponent last week, making the Hokies the logical and consensus choice to drop from the polls. I dumped Tech in favor of Notre Dame on my Harris Interactive poll, one of two used,...
  • Spending on bottled water? You're all wet

    I've known only one person who could truthfully say she needed to buy bottled water, which was my mother-in-law, Joyce. Joyce raised the long-suffering Mrs. Funny Money on the northwest side of Tampa, Fla., where the air smells of orange blossoms but...
  • Today, the family dog really is family

    If there's any doubt of the elevating status of dogs in America, a new Harris Interactive Poll of nearly 1,300 dog owners reveals that actually many prefer not be called "owners." Instead, 76 percent of those who live with at least one dog say they prefer...
  • Rachel Marsden: A socialist lawmaker's fiscal double life

    PARIS -- The left revels in sex scandals involving preachy conservative moralists, but when members of the left get caught up in seedy financial scandals, so perverted and twisted is their relationship with money that the effect can be equally jaw-...
  • Many fliers willing to pay for legroom on long trips

    Many fliers willing to pay for legroom on long trips
    Most of us will put up with a cramped middle seat on a short flight. But on trips more than three hours long, we are ready to crack open our wallets and pay for a window or aisle seat. That is one of the findings of a recent Harris Interactive poll of...
  • Tattoo infections linked to manufacturers' ink

    Tattoo infections linked to manufacturers' ink
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Contaminated tattoo ink caused at least 22 skin and soft tissue infections last fall in four U.S. states, according to an analysis released on Wednesday. The infections prompted an investigation by the U.S. Centers for Disease...
  • Not tonight, honey, my smartphone needs recharging

    That’s it -- I am now officially out of step with modern life. What else can I say after reading this: “Most adults always have smartphone close by, 1 in 10 use it during sex.” Which gives a whole new meaning to the old-timey term...
  • Stress, anxiety and pain disturb Americans' sleep, survey finds

    Stress, anxiety and pain disturb Americans' sleep, survey finds
    If you suspect you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re probably right: A new survey says 83% of Americans don’t get a good night’s sleep on a consistent basis. Why not? Stress and anxiety were cited as the top reason by 48% of...
  • Holidays leave homes vulnerable to burglaries, fires

    Holidays leave homes vulnerable to burglaries, fires
    It's the season for joy and feasting … and for burglaries, house fires and other property problems caused by careless homeowners, according to a new study. The mass exodus of Americans from their homes as they travel to visit relatives leaves...
  • When applying for jobs, beware your references, study says

    To many people looking for work, references on job applications are a bit like long snappers in football: easily ignored. But in the same way the oft-overlooked position can make or break the game, references hold surprising sway in hiring decisions,...