Temple burn brings Burning Man events to a close
- Sep 05,2016
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'Feel the burn': Temple burn brings Burning Man events to a close
A man deep in the crowd began yelling “Feel the burn, baby. Do you feel the burn?”
Burning Man's engine powered by wealth, privilege
While the gifting economy is refreshing, it also shows 'it's not a poor person's event.'
Texas upsets Notre Dame in double-OT thriller
True freshman Shane Buechele threw for 280 yards and two TDs as Texas won a wild one in double overtime.
Jurassic 'sea monster' fossil emerges in Scotland
A Jurassic sea monster in all its prehistoric glory has finally re-emerged into the light after 50 years cooped up in a museum storage room in Scotland.
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Obama, Putin agree to continue Syria talks
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that the meeting lasted longer than planned.
Rescuers: 2 dead in Tel Aviv building collapse
The incident occurred in Ramat Hahayal, a commercial area in northern Tel Aviv.
Soccer's Rapinoe kneels during national anthem
Outspoken soccer star Megan Rapinoe said, "It's the least I can do. Keep the conversation going."
Jerry Lewis at 90: I'm not 'slowing down'
Lewis has a new movie, 'Max Rose,' plans to direct a film himself and takes his comedy on the road.
A cashless society? Some retailers reject currency
"We are sort of on the edge of seeing more and more businesses that don't take cash."
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Lucille Rang, who is originally from Canada but moved to Virginia Beach, Va., recently, looks at the waves at a fishing pier in Virginia Beach as the remnants of Hermine head up the coast Sept. 3, 2016. Forecasters said the system could strengthen ba
Hospital group CEO on what's ailing Obamacare
Jerry Lewis is not ‘slowing down’ even without Labor Day telethon
Travel hacks to avoid fees for Wi-Fi, extra legroom
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