Monthly Archive: November, 2014

The Top 10 Workout Songs for November 2014

Flickr: Stròlic Furlàn — Davide Gabino This month’s top 10 list makes three things clear: #1. Iggy Azalea isn’t going anywhere. The Levi’s model and rap phenomenon shows up in the list below… Continue reading

5 Barre Moves You Can Do At Home

Ultra-sculpting moves for a lean, sexy bod. By Sara Angle, SELF You’ve likely heard of barre studios like Pure Barre, Bar Method, Barre3, FlyBarre, Xtend Barre… and the list goes on. While each… Continue reading

The 6 Golden Rules Of A Healthy Grocery Cart

By Kristin Kirkpatrick for U.S. News i like to think of myself as a fairly non-judgmental kind of girl. The problem is, when I’m waiting in the grocery store checkout line, that persona… Continue reading

Hash Oil Explosion Leaves At Least 2 Critically Burned

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (AP) — Butane gas from a hash-oil operation caused an explosion that left two men critically burned and another missing and forced dozens to evacuate at a San Francisco Bay… Continue reading

All The Important Things You Need To Know About Fire Safety In Your Home

It’s that time of the year when the temperatures start to drop and you find yourself turning on your stove and cranking up the heat. With all the fireplaces, heaters and stoves on… Continue reading

Burkina Faso Army Backs Issac Zida To Lead Government

OUAGADOUGOU, Nov 1 (Reuters) – Burkina Faso’s top military officials on Saturday threw their support behind presidential guard Lieutenant Colonel Issaac Zida as leader of a transitional government following the resignation of President… Continue reading

NBC To Cancel ‘Bad Judge,’ ‘A To Z’ With Zombie Twist

“Bad Judge” has been disbarred and it’s R.I.P. for “A to Z” as two more fall shows have fallen prey to the broadcast ax. Only this time, there’s a Halloween-appropriate twist.

Oregon’s Cheap Legal Weed Could Starve Washington’s Market

Could Oregon’s legal marijuana market starve Washington’s? Voters in Oregon decide on Tuesday whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana. If the measure passes, Oregon and Washington will boast the first shared border… Continue reading

Meet The Arab Spring Activist Deported By The UAE Who Is Now Speaking Out

ISTANBUL — When the United Arab Emirates deported prominent democracy activist Iyad el-Baghdadi in late April, he disappeared for nearly six months. On Oct. 22, he re-emerged on stage at the Oslo Freedom… Continue reading

HUFFPOLLSTER: Margins Remain Tight In The Biggest Senate Battlegrounds

As final polls roll in, the contest to control the U.S. Senate continues to lean to the Republicans, but by very close margins in key states. Voters say it’s still about the economy.… Continue reading