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R.L. Stine revives 'Fear Street'

Author R.L. Stine has returned to the evil street that made him famous in the 1990s, and fans are looking forward to the new ways he'll terrorize Shadyside High School teenagers on "Fear Street."

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Boy's Emma Watson letter goes viral

A 15-year-old British schoolboy has struck a chord with his eloquent response to actress Emma Watson's United Nations speech encouraging men to join in the fight for gender equality.

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China misses its 'gateway wine'

Every wine lover has a story of the first sip that drew them in.

More often than not, it was not a glass a highly complex and expensive Bordeaux. It was likely an unsophisticated yet tantalizing bottle that rocked their world.

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Earthships, new homes made from old junk

The ability to live completely off the grid is now a reality courtesy of solar homes, known as Earthships.

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'Moms Helping Moms' provide for their babies

Bridget Cutler was still adjusting to being a new mom when she read a magazine article that changed her life.

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An orientation to asexuality

It's not just a phase. They're not frigid, sick, repressed or broken. Meeting the so-called "right one" isn't going to change anything.

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Woman hitches rides on planes to 46 states

Amber Nolan is stuck. The 30-year-old is in Alaska and she needs to get to the lower 48 -- "or Hawaii." She plans to leave Alaska by plane and it likely won't cost her a dime. Nolan's not a stowaway. The aviation enthusiast calls herself a "jet…

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7 safety tips from hackers

It's easy to get hacked. And yes, it can happen to you. Follow this advice from actual hackers, and you'll be a lot safer online.

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The most frequently challenged books of 2013

Dav Pilkey's "Captain Underpants" series was the most challenged book of 2013 for the second year in a row, according to the American Library Association.

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What counts as a 'real name' on Facebook?

A Facebook policy that asks users to provide real names on profiles has people from all walks of life worrying their accounts might be in jeopardy.

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