Sponges go bad. Regardless of whether it's old or new, a sponge can pick up a funky smell that gets on your hands, the dishes, the counters… YUCK. And while many recommended solutions don't work, there is one that does.
Sponges go bad. Regardless of whether it's old or new, a sponge can pick up a funky smell that gets on your hands, the dishes, the counters… YUCK. And while many recommended solutions don't work, there is one that does.Read More »from Best Way to Get Rid of Rotten Sponge Smell
You've got a ton of great apps on your phone, but some are now defunct, obsolete, or have much better alternatives. They can bog down your phone in ways you may not even realize — so some apps, you should get rid of immediately.Read More »from Apps You Should Delete Immediately
It's not the cost of the hardware that's keeping you from upgrading to a smartphone — it's the cost of the data plan, right? Or maybe you already have a smart phone and the monthly charge is killing you?
You're not alone. Smartphones can add $40-$60 a month per line to your phone bill, bringing it up to a national average of $107 a month! Good news: there are ways to cut your data bill in half.Read More »from How to Save $1000 on Cell Phone Data Plans
- Oil Rig Worker Thinks He Saw Malaysia Air Flight 370 Go Down in Flames
In yet another odd twist to the mysterious story of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, a New Zealand man working on an oil rig in the South China Sea has come forward to say he believes he saw the airplane on fire right around the time it disappeared. Mike McKay, an worker on the "Songa Mercur" drilling platform, sent an email to his bosses detailing his version of events. ABC's Bob Woodruff spoke with the Japanese Idemitsu Oil & Gas Co after acquiring the letter to confirm the letter's veracity.
- Judge: Decorated soldier won't get Medal of Honor
- 'The Bachelor': Chris Harrison Reacts To 'Bizarre' Ending
I was just downing it during the show," Chris told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson on Tuesday, in a new interview. There was a moment on Monday night's "After the Final Rose," where Chris said that Juan Pablo had a surprise. "Juan Pablo told us in St. Lucia, that [on] 'After the Final Rose,' I have a big surprise for you," Chris explained.
- Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Is There a Bermuda Triangle Connection?
As officials from several countries, and dozens of planes and boats, scour the South China Sea and the Bay of Bengal for the mysteriously missing China-bound Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with 239 people aboard, some people are wondering if there might be some connection to the Bermuda Triangle. The phrase "Bermuda Triangle" was coined in 1964, but it only became known worldwide a decade later, when Charles Berlitz, whose family created the popular series of language-instruction courses, wrote a book about it. Berlitz believed the legendary lost island subcontinent continent of Atlantis was real and somehow responsible for mysterious disappearances off the coast of Florida. Others suggest that the Malaysia Airlines plane disappeared over a patch of ocean that is on the exact opposite part of the globe from the Bermuda Triangle — isn't that a bizarre coincidence?
- Judge: Married women can't divorce in Alabama
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) — A judge ruled Wednesday that two women who were legally married in Iowa can't divorce in Alabama, which doesn't recognize same-sex marriages.
- Prince Charles loses bid to keep letters private
- Woods' ex-caddie says he regrets TV interview
- Dwarfed by Russian might, Ukraine plans new force
By Ronald Popeski KIEV (Reuters) - Some 40,000 volunteers have come forward to join a proposed new National Guard, Ukraine's new pro-Western authorities say, a tentative first step towards overhauling a military outgunned and outmanned by Russia. With Ukraine's Crimea peninsula firmly in the grip of Russian forces, parliament on Thursday considers a bill to create a 33,000-strong force. Initiated by Acting President Oleksander Turchinov, who this week outlined the sorry state of the armed forces, the bill tasks the guard with maintaining public order, protecting sites like nuclear power plants and "upholding the constitutional order and restoring the activity of state bodies". Turchinov became interim head of state after three months of mass protests culminated in the overthrow of Russian-backed President Viktor Yanukovich, angering Moscow and triggering the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War.