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NBA player plans to open Hooters in Russia

  Andrei Kirilenko, the National Basketball Association player known as AK-47, plans to open five Hooters franchise restaurants in his native Russia.

5,000 mile transatlantic kayak trip almost over for Polish man

Olek Doba's slow, lonely kayak journey across the Atlantic Ocean is nearing an end this week.

WATCH: time-lapse of full 'Blood Moon' eclipse

Sky gazers caught a glimpse of the "blood moon" crossing the Earth's shadow Tuesday in all its splendor. The moon took on a reddish hue as it appeared in different phases between 2 and 4:30 a.m. ET.

'Blood Moon' will appear in night sky on tax day

 Prophecy loves signs from the heavens, and they will deliver Tuesday with a moonlight spectacle. What will happen could sound sort of like this:

What is causing lime prices to skyrocket?

Prices for limes grown in Mexico are on the rise after a shortfall in production. So will this lead to an increase in the price of your margarita? In Mexico, they're practically a sacred institution.

Why the hotel minibar is dying

"7-Eleven killed the minibar." The sentiments of one hotel manager in Hong Kong could well extend to hotels around the world.

10 courses every golfer should play

  The weekend of the 2014 Masters -- the first major golf tournament of the year -- invariably acts as a siren call to anyone who owns a set of clubs.

World's top 25 travel destinations

  You blinked and a quarter of the year flew by. It's time to plan a vacation.

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.