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Ferrari pays record bonuses to workers

If you're revving to get a job in the auto sector, Ferrari is the way to go. The luxury Italian automaker is paying record bonuses to reward workers for helping increase sales and profitability to record levels in 2013.

Scientist say 'Jesus' wife' papyrus is not fake

A team of scientists has concluded that a controversial scrap of papyrus that purportedly quotes Jesus referring to "my wife," is not a fake, according to the Harvard Theological Review.

Sun, Earth, Mars will lineup tonight!

The sun, earth, and mars are lining up tonight (Tuesday April 8, 2014). NASA says Mars will rise near sunset and move overhead.

New lead now puts missing Flight 370 1K miles northwest of Perth, Australia

Crews searching for the missing Malaysian airliner are zeroing in on an area where a high-tech pinger detected two audio signals. Officials say it could take days before they can confirm whether the signals came from the plane.

Would you pay for a $1 million safari?

   How stressed out do you need to be to spend $1 million on a 111-day holiday?

Atlanta still world's busiest airport, but not for long

  Atlanta's airport is still the busiest passenger airport in the world, but Beijing's airport is closing the gap.

Sailor so rich, he forgets about $100K yacht for 2 years

  It's one thing not to boast about your $100,000 yacht. It's another to be so rich, you actually forget you own one.

Top 10 secrets of the Caribbean

Butter-colored sands. Fluttering palm trees. Cinematic sunsets.

Facebook will use drones, lasers to give third world Internet access

Two thirds of the world population does not have Internet access. Facebook already has more than a billion users on its service, but before it can sign up the rest of world it needs to get them online.

Malaysia uses underwater ROVs to search of flight wreckage

Families of those aboard flight 370 are grappling with the news from the Malaysian government that no one survived. But they still want evidence.