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7 Timeless Fashion Tips to Steal from Jackie Kennedy

From high-rise hair to strings of pearls and slim-fitting shift dresses, Jackie Kennedy's signature looks will never go out of style.

1. Experiment with printed scarves
1. Experiment with printed scarves
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One of the most enduring accessories associated with Jackie Kennedy is the printed silk scarf. Jackie often wore hers tied kerchief-style over her hair, especially while on vacation or during outdoor activities. For an evergreen classic look, tie the scarf around your neck, or drape it across your shoulders and tie it in front of your chest.


The pose Miller held for six hours just to stay alive

Could you hold this yoga pose if your life depended on it?

Pinned beneath a three-tonne excavator that plunged him into a muddy dam, Daniel Miller could keep his eyes and nose above water only by straining to his utmost. With help at least six hours away, he began the hardest battle of his life.
The Day My Son Became a Diehard Bruce Springsteen Fan

The Day My Son Became a Lifelong Bruce Springsteen Fan

A live Springsteen concert enthrals a young boy with cerebral palsy – and makes him a lifelong fan.

7 Mysteries of the Mona Lisa

As the most famous painting in the world, the Mona Lisa draws more than six million admirers to the Louvre each year. Just what is her peculiar power?
Hack Your Commute With These Tips

Hack Your Daily Commute With These 17 Tips

It should come as no surprise that in one of the few major studies ever conducted on commuters, researcher Meni Koslowsky, Ph.D., a psychology professor from Bar-Ilan University in Israel and author of the book Commuting Stress, found commuters experienced significantly high levels of stress. However, Dr. Koslowsky also found that not all commuting is created equal, nor is the stress a foregone conclusion.
Crime by Computer

Crime by Computer

In 1976, when this article was written, financial crimes conducted by computers and computer operators were limited in scope, reach and hardware.

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