Pig Parts Make a Whole Person

Man’s best friend is the dog. Science’s favorite animal seems to be the pig. Once again, we are utilizing pig parts to better the quality of human life, except this time instead of a heart, we will be exploring the eye.

Arbitrage Life: Spelunking Dog Rescue

Jeff Bohnert had all but given up on seeing his poodle-hound mix again after she went missing in early June. Two months later, he got a text from a neighbor: People exploring a nearby cave found a dog. Could it be Abby?

The Art of the Layover

Pulling off a successful layover takes some planning. Whether you’re facing a lengthy delay or canceled flight or you already have a long layover in your itinerary, here are some tips for making the most of your time.

Arbitrage Digest: Pizza Pizza

Domino’s tried to sell the good people of Italy pizza. Well, their Americanized version of pizza. Not surprisingly, most self-respecting Italians said, ‘no, grazie.’

Lefties for the Win

Were you forced to learn how to do everything with your right hand at one point? Don’t worry, hand dominance is much more complicated than “I decided to be left-handed today” and science can (partially) prove it.

FTC to Crack Down on Data Collection

Whether it’s the fitness tracker on your wrist, the “smart” home appliances in your house or the latest kids’ fad going viral in online videos, they all produce a trove of personal data for big tech companies.