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Amazon is selling a $15 plant that attracts butterflies like a magnet

11 things you should never put down the drain

30 genius ways to repurpose everyday items you have in your home

22 photos of clutter that will inspire you to clean out everything in your home

The 14 coolest spaceships players have found in 'No Man's Sky'

Behind the scenes of the famous US department store Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, which reportedly costs millions to produce each year

You probably shouldn't hug your dog, regardless of how adorable they are

A New York Times investigation reveals why the NYC subway system is such a mess

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Telemedicine adoption sees rapid growth -- Medical device cybersecurity fears continue -- eClinicalWorks hit with $1 billion lawsuit

Boeing has been eating Airbus's lunch this year and $55.3 billion in new deals this week confirms it

The new proposed defence budget is trying to fix one of the military's biggest problems

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: FDA greenlights first 'digital pill' -- Wearables, AI can detect major medical conditions -- UK paramedics trial image, video scanning

A startup that's tackling a massive healthcare crisis is now trying to connect doctors to places with 'primary care deserts'

Aly Raisman says USA Gymnastics has not done enough to stop sexual predators in describing her own harrowing experience with team doctor

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Microsoft, UPMC partner for digital hospitals -- EHR access is easier with Apple FaceID -- Health apps could save $7B annually

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Top trends from HealthConf 2017 -- FDA set to change genetic health risk test regulations -- Australia strengthens digital health record system

Snapchat's biggest redesign ever is coming -- here's how it will work

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Johnson & Johnson introduces healthcare platform -- NIH will give out 10,000 Fitbit devices -- Hasbro, Brown develop robotic companions

Snapchat CEO admits the app is too hard to use and will redesign it

Uber's new CEO says he's ditching a practice that turned employees into 'a--holes'