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  1. A car that pairs a 550-plus hp engine with a sedan-sized hatchback body is becoming an essential component of automakers’ lineups—German automakers, at least. This combination of explosive power and...
  2. A collaboration between one of the United States’ oldest men’s clothiers and a nearly 500-year-old Italian firearms maker has yielded the Brooks Brothers and Beretta Cordura Jacket ( www...
  3. For the 2014 model year and for the first time ever, Aston Martin is offering its top-of-the-line Vanquish as a ragtop, or, as Aston Martin calls it, a Volante. As with the coupe version of the new-...
  4. Arizona’s Enchantment Resort is a feast for the senses. Nestled in Boynton Canyon in Sedona—and surrounded by the Coconino National Forest and the area’s mystically beautiful red-rock formations—...
  5. When the Beatles arrived in the United States from Liverpool, England, in February 1964, everyone wanted a piece of them. Fifty years later, their appeal has not diminished: Everyone still wants a...
  6. The Dassault Falcon 5X, a forthcoming business jet from Dassault Aviation, will feature the French manufacturer’s most spacious cabin ever, and the company promises that it will be the most fuel-...
  7. Erik Hasselman bobs on the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Malta, protected by a clear acrylic sphere. A pilot and commercial director for the Dutch submersible maker U-Boat Worx, Hasselman is...
  8. About a year ago, while looking at the famous images photographed by William Klein on the streets of Rome during the 1950s, a young designer in New York City named Antonio Ciongoli was struck by the...
  9. UCLA researchers have used a brain-imaging tool and stroke-risk assessment to identify signs of cognitive decline early on in individuals who don’t yet show symptoms of dementia. The connection...
  10. In a new UCLA study, researchers, led by Robert L. Modlin, MD , chief of dermatology, demonstrate that certain bacteria can pretend to be viruses when infecting humans, allowing them to hijack the...

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