America’s Most Romantic Cities

True love finds a home in any city or town, but some places seem to be more conducive to romance than others. With Valentine’s Day approaching fast, it’s a good time to peruse a listing of America’s most romantic cities.

Online restaurant reservations service OpenTable has put…

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50 Super Bowls? Wow.

Believe it or not, this year marks the 50th time that the Big Game has been played. America has certainly changed a lot during this time, and the Census Bureau has charted its progress (or lack thereof).

The first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967, at Los Angeles…

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Subaru Brings Back Its Dog Family

Japanese car maker Subaru is hoping you remember the Barkleys – the family of dogs featured in the company’s 2013 “Meet the Barkleys” campaign.

Subaru of America is rolling out a new series of five commercials featuring the Barkleys, and you can see them all on the company’s YouTube…

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Barbie Gets New Friends, and they Don’t Look Like Her

After years of hearing criticism about the unobtainable body type exemplified by the classic Barbie doll, Mattell is adding some diverse body shapes to its doll line-up.

The company said it is expanding its Fashionistas line with three new body types, tall, curvy and petite. The line will also…

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Shoppers Get More Organized

Americans are making shopping lists and clipping coupons with a vengeance these days, according to some new research.

The Checkout, an ongoing shopper behavior study conducted by The Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research, finds that the number of shoppers who prepare a list have more than doubled…

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