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America's weirdest rock formations

Our planet is chock full of the beautiful and bizarre. Give nature millions of years to work its magic and some pretty weird formations emerge from solid rock.

Egypt's new tourism campaign promotes shopping, not sphinxes

To say that Elhamy Elzayat misses the glory days when huge numbers of visitors flocked to Egypt's ancient sites is probably an understatement.

The man who makes WWE championship belts for a living

Dave Millican built his first pro wrestling championship belt out of cardboard when he was 13. More than 30 years later, he's still making title belts in his rural Alabama home, but the quality has gone up dramatically.

Utah man says he's found 60 messages in bottles

Part of the romance has disappeared from taking a cruise. The cruise lines now frown on passengers tossing messages overboard in bottles. But some people keep trying, and they often end up in unlikely hands.

Divers find 12,000-year-old skeleton in Mexico's underwater caves

A teenage girl may have gotten lost in a cave looking for water, nearly 13,000 years ago. Naia, as she's known today, likely fell to her death in a deep, dark pit.

Report: Cheap food leads to obesity

Forget everything you know about what's making us fat.

Can you afford a home in these 27 cities?

Jobs may not pay as much in the American heartland as they do in wealthy, coastal cities like New York or San Francisco, but there's one aspect of life in the Midwest that can't be beat: affordable home prices.

How to avoid those sneaky hotel fees

Making a getaway for the long Memorial Day weekend? If a hotel stay is on your itinerary, be mindful of what might end up on your bill at checkout.

Which is healthier: table salt or sea salt?

Sea salt is showing up in kitchens throughout the U.S., but are there any advantages to using this instead of the table salt most of us know? If you like to cook like Micah Wedemeyer you may have tried sea salt.

How to shoot amazing video from drones

A bird's eye camera sweeps over the green fields of Ireland, flies over the towering Cliffs of Moher and pans the ocean hundreds of feet below.