The search for the perfect hot dog – by way of haute cuisine.
More than 300 people survived, according to local media reports. Just minutes before the crashes, another train had passed safely over the same area.
Natalia Molchanova took a recreational dive on Sunday, didn't come back up and is feared dead. Free divers hold their breath until they surface for air, instead of using breathing equipment.
Thirty years ago, Bob Ballard discovered the wreck of the Titanic. He could have stopped there. Yet today, at seventy-three, he remains the world’s most vigorous ocean explorer.
The Met says it is committed to "colorblind casting" and that its production of Otello this fall will be the first without dark makeup since the opera was first seen at the company in 1891.
The federal lawsuit accuses the Texas state trooper who arrested Bland of depriving her of her constitutional rights. Bland was found hanging in a jail cell three days later.
Returning $230 sheets for a nice purse.
After being surprised by online responses to her appearance in a recruiting ad, engineer Isis Wenger wanted to see if anyone else felt like they didn't fit a "cookie-cutter mold."
Sixteen families who sued the estate of shooter Adam Lanza's mother will receive nearly $94,000 apiece under the deal. The settlement still needs a judge's approval.
A series of experiments has produced incredible results by giving young blood to old mice. Now the findings are being tested on humans.
The company that makes Spritam says the 3-D-printed pill dissolves quickly, even at the highest doses.
Does a Chinese song cross the line between inspiration and imitation? Many commenters online are saying yes.
Who gets out alive when disaster strikes? The people who can afford it.
It might be pleasing to dream of arcologies, mega-cities, and space colonies — but no one can design the perfect human community.
"We lost two lives — a father and a daughter — at an event that was supposed to be fun," Gov. Maggie Hassan says. At least a dozen people were injured.
Meet the lawyers fighting to close the innocence gap.
Losing your sense of smell takes away more than scents and flavors — it can fundamentally change the way you relate to other people.