I'm heartened to see that popular media has sharpened its focus when it comes to what's wrong with the typical American diet. I'm seeing more articles now that identify sugar, not saturated fat, as the
Love 'em or hate 'em, June’s photo competition highlights one of travel's most controversial photo styles. Explore the finalists! Congratulations to Neal Holmes, the winner of the June 2015 photo competition!
Ur hair walks into a bar... The final word on tailoring, tank tops, and why we'll likely never see her toes again. The actress's $25M penthouse is up for sale. Let's take a tour. She's back in the studio.
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS As the European Capital of Culture, Mons, Belgium, will host more than 1,000 cultural and artistic events in 2015 • The Broad Museum's honeycomb-encased gallery will be the crowning jewel
The Mal'ta boy was buried with a variety of artefacts, including a Venus figurine Scientists have mapped the genome of a four-year-old boy who died in south-central Siberia 24,000 years ago. It is the
2013 is nearly over. Time to start planning next year's trips. Thanks to National Geographic Traveler, you can get even more ideas of places that you wouldn't necessarily think of (i.e. not Paris...again).
There are plenty of things that spring to mind when you think of Dublin, but if you think you know all there is to know about the inimitable Irish capital, think again. Here are 10 things you didn't know
Google’s “Google Books” program does not violate copyright laws, according to a U.S. district court judge’s ruling issued today. In today’s ruling, New York U.S. Circuit Judge Denny Chin said Google’s
Last week, JPMorgan Chase helped underwrite Twitter’s initial public offering. On the day of the I.P.O., six minutes after the New York Stock Exchange opened, the account @jpmorgan tweeted, “What career
After five years a slave in the consulting world, I booked a oneway ticket to Iceland, and negotiated a seven-month sabbatical. Yes, in that order. These are a few of the things that traveling taught --
Just as they do when hiring junior employees, companies looking for new chief executives tend to prefer experience. But is this always helpful? A study by academics from two European business schools not.
MakerBot, the Brooklyn-based company that makes a variety of desktop 3D printers, accessories and associated software, announced a new plan today designed to put one of its signature devices into every