Anna McGuinn really loves her custom-made engagement ring – and it’s even more precious now that her husband, Brian McGuinn, combed through tons of disgusting garbage to retrieve it after accidentally tossing it in the trash. The ring saga played out on Halloween, when McGuinn, 31, of Margate, Fla., went to her jewelry box to look for her $10,000 diamond.
On the day of her wedding to Drew Burant , Brit Wong faced the traditional stresses and strains for a bride: Nerves about the ceremony, concern for the comfort of their guests and whether her dress was cut high enough so as not to get sliced up by her ice skates. OK, maybe they weren't completely traditional.
A new study finds that skilled women pay a huge price for having children.
Birth-control pills could screw up a woman's ability to sniff out a compatible mate, a new study finds. While several factors can send a woman swooning, including big brains and brawn, body odor can be critical in the final decision, the researchers say. That's because beneath a woman's flowery fragrance or a guy's musk the body sends out aromatic molecules that indicate genetic compatibility.
We asked, they spilled.
He Instinctively Wants to Protect Her
What would two dozen servers from across the country tell you if they could get away with it?
By Jill Weinberger , CNBC.com How Much Is That Doggy in the Window? Recently, eccentric rocker Ozzy Osbourne paid $10,000 in an auction for an eight-week old Yorkshire terrier .
Try to quickly summon an image of good-with-small-children dog, and chances are you'll picture something adorably Benji-shaggy.
Was Cicero the original Simon? Simon says, put your hands on your head. Simon says, turn around.
Turns out the expiration or generally accepted toss-by date on certain products is total BS. And we hate being a sucker so we rounded up six things you can hold on to for longer than you thought. Read on then start thinking about how you want to use the hundreds of dollars you're going to save each year. Razors You're told to toss them after: 6 weeks
With the dramatic increase in gas and food prices, most of us can barely make ends meet, let alone think about saving money. The good news is, with a little imagination and perseverance, there are still plenty of ways to pocket extra cash. Follow these 22 simple tips and save at least $100 a week: