Actress Jennifer Lawrence's post-Golden Globes press conference Sunday showed the phenomenon of "pphubbing" — and dialogue on its detriments — is possible in just about any place.
Few passenger trains operate in Africa today, but that is set to change in the coming decades. Over the Christmas weekend, Mali and Senegal signed a $2.75 billion deal with the state-owned China Railway Construction Corp. to renovate a 745-mile railway connecting the countries’ capital cities, Bamako and Dakar, over the next four years, according to Reuters.
As a broke college student, Steve Siebold's path to finding wealth began with an interview with a millionaire.
Taiwanese researchers are indicating that with their new development, parents' abilities to decipher the cries of newborns just got a bit better.
PRAIRIE CITY, Iowa — The odds of being struck by lightning in your lifetime are about 1 in 12,000, according to an estimate by the National Weather Service. For Sparky the bison, he’s already met that fate — and survived.
If retirement readiness were a college class, the U.S. would be shrugging and using the old adage "Cs get degrees."
The story of Wisconsin inmate Steven Avery opened viewers' eyes to the alleged injustice involved in his court case. Now, fans of the Netflix docuseries "Making a Murderer" are asking government leaders to open their eyes with petitions related to freeing Avery.
An influential figure in sports broadcasting died a year ago today — but a video his daughters filmed to mark the occasion shows he lives on through the lessons he instilled in them.
A dispute over workplace prayer prompted Muslim employees at a Colorado meat company to protest by skipping three days.
If temperatures dip below freezing in New York this week, local governments will be required to force homeless people off the streets and into shelters to comply with an executive order by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, according to the New York Times.
Among 2015's parenting trends was moms and dads taking inspiration from Instagram filters when naming newborns.
A reporter bored and waiting for her post-Christmas flight in an airport terminal found a bit of entertainment when overhearing fellow passengers flirt with each other.
A recent report by The New York Times indicated depictions in media of a slew of families making cross-country holiday trips to see mom and dad might not prove accurate.
Dealing with unexpected or ongoing hardships, Glasgow's needy understand any supper could be their last.
Mona Haydar decided the best way to take a stand against anti-Muslim misconceptions was to make one.
Rain, snow, hail and sleet: We have seen it all this spring. The American Red Cross recently stated the dos and don’ts on how ...
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