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Why People Are Choosing River Cruises Over Traditional Ocean Liners

The river cruise industry is booming. Travel agents have seen a huge demand for river cruises, with over 61% of travelers booking river cruises, according to the Cruise Line International Association.

No. 1 Draft Pick Anthony Bennett's Historically Bad Rookie Year, In One Ugly Shot Chart

Anthony Bennett did not have a good rookie year.  The No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft scored 4.1 points per game on 35.2% shooting while only playing 12.7 minutes a night and failing to start a single game.

Here's What It's Like To Have The Mental Illness Associated With Psychopaths

Editor's note: We recently came across the following intriguing question on Quora: "What is it like to be a psychopath?

J. Crew Brought Back A Vintage Swimsuit After A Customer Wrote An Open Letter

J. Crew has brought back a vintage swimsuit after a writer penned an impassioned plea for its return, according to AdWeek.  Last year, Jenni Avins wrote an open letter published by New York Magazine's The Cut blog.  "It's that simple, sexy, and sporty suit with straight, tank-top-style shoulder straps that swoop like the letter U, dipping seductively in the back to the area just above my waist," Avins wrote.

Here's How Drones Will Become A Reality In Our Daily Lives — With Huge Implications For A Variety Of Industries

Not too long ago, when most people heard the word “drones,” they thought of unmanned military aircraft engaged in highly controversial clandestine operations.

CHART: The Number Of Black Players In MLB Is Down Slightly

Black baseball players represented 8.3% of opening day rosters in Major League Baseball this season according to the New York Times.

Starbucks Attacks Dunkin' Donuts With Ad Featuring Men Named Duncan

Starbucks is promoting its Seattle's Best Coffee line with an ad attacking Dunkin' Donuts. The ad features five men named Duncan professing their love for Seattle's Best Coffee.

8 Charts That Clearly Confirm China Is Slowing Down

GDP growth in China decelerated to 7.4% in Q1, the slowest pace of growth since Q3 2012. While this was better than economists' expectations, it was below the government's 7.5% growth target for the whole year.

Jon Hamm Unveiled Mercedes' Sexy New Super-Coupe At The New York Auto Show

If you've ever wondered what Don Draper would drive if he were around today, wonder no more. It seems that Don Draper's living embodiment may have answered that question for you today.

HELP WANTED: Business Insider Is Hiring A Senior Technology Editor For A Secret New Project

We're hiring a Senior Technology Editor for a new project at Business Insider. In this role, you'd hire, manage, and edit a team of reporters.

Kids Under 12 Now Party At New York's Hottest Nightclubs, And No—We're Not Kidding

New York has a new club for under-aged partiers, but you have to be younger than 12 to get in. CNN Money ran a story today about a new company called Fuzipop that puts together dance parties for children at major nightclubs around Manhattan.

How A Chinese Company 3-D Printed 10 Houses In A Day

A Chinese company 3-D printed 10 houses in 24 hours in Shanghai's Qingpu district using recycled construction materials.  The WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co.

Mike Bloomberg Might Spend Even More Than $50 Million On His New Gun Control Group

The $50 million that billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he will spend on his newly launched gun control group. "Everytown For Gun Safety," might be the tip of the iceberg.

This Chart Shows How Much Political Power 'Economic Elites' Have In America

The wealthiest 10% of Americans and organized groups that speak for big business have far more influence over the U.S.


Heads up! We are minutes away from the release of the Federal Reserve's April Beige Book, due out at 2 PM ET.

By Changing This One Word, Janet Yellen Now Sounds A Little More Hawkish

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is speaking to the Economic Club of New York. Overall, her tone remains dovish, implying that monetary policy will continue to stay easy for some time.

Spurs Selfie Accurately Captures The Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs took a selfie and tweeted it out before Fan Appreciation Night on Tuesday. The photo captures the essence of every individual player on the San Antonio Spurs.

Honda's New Anti-Texting And Driving PSA Will Break Your Heart

A new public service announcement from Honda perfectly captures the way text messaging has become integral to our most intimate relationships.

Employers Want To Hire College Graduates With These Majors

Employers are more interested in hiring college graduates with a business degree than any other major, according to a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Joe Biden Just Joined Instagram, And His First Photo Is Perfect

Vice President Joe Biden joined Instagram on Wednesday, ahead of his trip to Pennsylvania with President Barack Obama to announce a new job-training program.  His first post on the photo-sharing app is incredibly on brand — he sits in the background while his trademark Aviator sunglasses are in focus:  The caption on the photo (emphasis added): "Vice President Biden's getting ready to head to Pennsylvania with President Obama this afternoon, where he'll lay out steps we can take to train America's workers with the skills they need for good middle-class jobs.