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Fashion is infectious.
LBJ liked to drink and drive, Richard Nixon liked to drunk dial, and Thomas Jefferson was a wine snob.
MEET AMERICA’S DRUNKEST PRESIDENTS.
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Once upon a time in 1952, U.S. News & World Report was pretty interested in UFOs.
How much hope does this leave for the rest of us?
The ACLU says the state’s ‘revenge porn’ law makes bathtime baby photos a felony.
It’s called vaginismus.
Thirteen years ago today. Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?
A lot has changed since we released our first Best Colleges rankings on Nov. 28, 1983.
How much? Take a look.
The 30th edition of our Best Colleges rankings is now live.
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The odds of catching a single albino lobster are reportedly 1 in 100 million.
But Elizabeth Watkinson, an owner of Owls Head Lobster Company, said her outfit’s lobstermen reeled in two of these extremely uncommon crustaceans in as many weeks. Read more>
Questionable wardrobe decisions.
Adorable sorority photos.
We asked U.S. News readers for their favorite college photos, and we received just that.
Don’t miss the 30th edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings, which launches Tuesday.
Feds reopen bidding for 12-acre marijuana farm contract.
Here’s some quote-worthy wisdom from our 1987 Best Colleges rankings.
The rankings, which launch Sept. 9, turn 30 this year.
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