This could be key. If you've ever done yoga, you may have walked away from the mat feeling much more calm and at peace. There are a lot of reasons for that, from the physical and mental benefits of exercise
Seven inmates beheaded and six burned to death in fighting at prison in Boa Vista in north of country, according to news site At least 25 inmates have reportedly died in clashes between two rival factions
(CNN) — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading her Republican rival Donald Trump by eight points among likely voters, according to the most recent CNN Poll of Polls, released Monday.
(CNN) — Iowa Rep. Steve King on Monday defended Donald Trump's repeated claim that the electoral system is rigged. "I do think it's a good idea for the American voters to take a look at the system that
Nearly 1,500 refugee children in Greece attended school for the first time since safely arriving in the country. Athens, Greece - Children from five refugee camps across Greece attended local schools autumn.
GREEN BAY, Wis./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday cited studies he said showed rampant voter fraud, saying the Nov. 8 election was “rigged” against him even
What's the perfect cure for pumpkin spice fatigue? These out-of-the-box recipes from Pinterest queen and Little Bits Of blogger Kelsey Preciado, who created some wildly inventive uses for fall’s fresh
Grab the soap, and don't share your makeup brushes. It’s important not to share makeup brushes with another person, whether that’s your best friend, roommate, or family member. And if you do, remember
I have two uncanny skills: catching items that come flying my way, and remembering names. I take a certain pride in the latter, and can even recall the names of people whom I haven’t met but who played
It was excused as a joke, but the president’s words matter – millions of girls are forced to stifle their dreams to meet the expectations of a patriarchal culture A cook. An ornament. And perhaps something
It's being pitched as a bionic Olympics. Next month, contestants from across the world using robotic exoskeletons, electronic arms, powered wheelchairs and other tech will take part in the world's first
U.S. news President Obama will likely veto controversial legislation empowering the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia if that nation is found legally liable for supporting the deadliest terrorist
NEW YORK — The Clinton campaign is acknowledging their handling of the Democratic presidential nominee's health episode Sunday could have been "better" and announced that more medical information would
Malawi’s first female president, Joyce Banda, says that African women should not follow the “Western route” of assertiveness and confrontation as a way to gain a voice in politics. “If you want to take
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) has sued the U.S. government for the right to tell its customers when a federal agency is looking at their emails, the latest in a series of clashes over