Check out the fire walker's words of wisdom to help you realize your potential, both in the office and throughout your life. Motivational mogul Tony Robbins grew up understanding the difficulty of making
Tibet is full of unwanted dogs. Areas of the Tibetan plateau have become flooded with giant, fluffy unwanted Tibetan mastiffs, once the most sought after dogs in China, after a collapse in the market the
Researchers claim they can spot gay people from a photo, but critics say we’re revisiting pseudoscience Two weeks ago, a pair of researchers from Stanford University made a startling claim. Using hundreds
Hong Kong (CNN) — New satellite imagery of China's first overseas military base reveal it to be bigger and more secure than previously thought. Two images provided by Stratfor Worldview and Allsource show
By Karen DeYoung Karen DeYoung Associate editor and senior national security correspondent Email Bio Follow The recent removal, and reinstatement, of the National Security Council’s senior intelligence
People close to Obama told The Wall Street Journal in a story published Tuesday night that Obama was "livid" about Trump's unfounded accusations, which came in a series of tweets early Saturday morning.
Germany's influential weekly news magazine Der Spiegel has come under fire for a cover image showing US President Donald Trump beheading the Statue of Liberty. Some German newspapers criticised the cartoon,
The Affordable Care Act’s historic expansion of health insurance coverage has brought medical care within reach of millions of Americans who previously couldn’t afford it, new research shows. The share
With Trump as president, China—China!—will be the world’s biggest champion of fighting climate change
Could a Trump presidency, in effect, ruin the global climate forever? The answer is yes. The global, delicate effort to mitigate climate change already faced so many challenges, took so long to build,
Federal consumer safety regulators on Thursday formally recalled 1 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after dozens of users reported the device caught fire while charging. The U.S. Consumer Product
Gird your loins. The craze over the 36 Questions posited by the New York Times last year as the pathway to falling in love with someone would draw skepticism from any true love cynic. The thinking behind
As he arrives in China, US president says he has attempted to convince Xi Jinping of the benefits of restraint Beijing must avoid flexing its muscles in the South China Sea, US president Barack Obama warned
Much like electric cars, solar panels once seemed "alternative," even fanciful -- but are now soaring into the mainstream with ear-popping speed. There have been a lot of recent changes in the technology,
If you're intent on keeping dementia at bay, new research suggests you'll need more than crossword puzzles, aerobic exercise and an active social life. In a study released Sunday, researchers found that
Smart isn't just something you are. It's something you do. A boatload of science shows that, when it comes to how fast we learn, context and strategy are nearly as important as sheer mental horsepower.