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Jim Carrey criticized for portrait believed to be Sanders

The actor and comedian on Saturday tweeted the painting with the caption: "This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!"


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Study finds obesity robs the tongue of taste buds in mice

If Tuesday's findings pan out, "this could be a whole new kind of target in treating obesity," said Cornell University food scientist Robin Dando, whose lab led the research. "People don't really look at the taste bud, but it's so fundamental."


‘Broken Girls’ mixes supernatural tale with gripping mystery

"The Broken Girls" also works well as a story about unshakeable friendship, parenting issues, obsession and sexism folded into a satisfying plot that straddles two eras of time.

How to be mere minutes away from a tasty crusted salmon

Today's recipe for Mustard and Dill Crusted Salmon is but one example of this recipe blueprint. Once you've mastered it (which won't take long), you can venture out on your own on a given Tuesday night and create your family's own version.

Burgers outselling classic baguette sandwiches in France

"The French's favorite sandwich is losing ground, slowly but steadily," the study said.


Why spatchcock a chicken? It cooks more quickly and evenly, and also allows for some nice overall browning. Another somewhat arbitrary reason I discovered is that if you are using all of the racks in your oven, a spatchcocked chicken takes up less headroom. Fun fact.

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EXCHANGE: Chance encounters take musician to national stage

"The band instructor who was teaching at Quincy High School was friends with our family," Havens said. "He said I should learn a brass instrument because they needed brass players in the high school band."

That's Weird

Global tourism predicted to slow after best year ever

"2017 was the best year on record for the travel & tourism sector," said Gloria Guevara, president and CEO of the WTTC. "We have seen increased spending as a result of growing consumer confidence, both domestically and internationally, recovery in markets in North Africa and Europe previously impacted by terrorism and continued outbound growth from China and India."

How travelers can beat crowds and help reduce overtourism

"Overtourism is a massive problem but it's pretty misunderstood," Reck said. "It doesn't just mean too many people going to a certain place. It means there are too many people there at very discreet time points. It's like the Uber surge."

Want to avoid the flu while flying? Try a window seat

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600,000 clay figures to remember carnage in WWI

"Making these pieces is a good way to remember the soldiers who fought in the war. It wasn't very pleasant for them," said 12-year-old Bethany Kibutu, a student at the clay workshop in Ypres who lives in Sheffield, England. "I know it had to happen, but if we can learn from our mistakes the world could maybe be a better place."

United to issue special pet carrier tags after dog’s death

"To prevent this from happening again, by April we will issue bright colored bag tags to customers traveling with in-cabin pets," United said in a statement.