TED is one of the world's premier cultural events, providing not just a chance for the thousand or so attendees to hear from some of the smartest people around, but also opening up this knowledge to millions
So you’ve decided to be more fit and healthy this year, especially after seeing your favorite #fitspo stars post about their fitness resolutions. But where and how do you start? You can check out popular
The secret to taking control of your retirement in 2016 and making this phase of life a grand adventure, even if your nest egg is modest, is expanding your horizons. Take your retirement global. But where
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Paul Ryan revealed a bold to-do list when he agreed to run for speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, but to carry it out he will need a level of compromise and cohesion has
New Middle Age / Updated / Source: TODAY Turning 50 (or more) is the time to put all of your hard-earned, healthy-living knowledge to work. You know when you should get screened. You know the importance
Mark Zuckerberg is making a big bet on a different sort of business. The Facebook founder and his wife Priscilla Chan are starting a school with a unique twist. It will offer healthcare services to all
The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Watts Bar 2 reactor just got approval to operate. What does this mean for the future of American nuclear energy? Remember the last time a new nuclear power plant opened
Washington (CNN) — The House Benghazi committee took its best swings at Hillary Clinton in a day-long hearing Thursday -- but the former secretary of state remained mostly calm throughout the hearing,
I want Hillary Clinton for president. The only thing that will satisfy me after the great run of our historic first African American is a smart, tough, unflappable woman. She will make one hell of a president.
(CNN) — In a move sure to befuddle women -- and anger some breast cancer survivors -- the American Cancer Society has issued new guidelines saying less screening for breast cancer is better than more.
More and more schools are trying to serve meals with food that was grown nearby. The U.S. Department of Agriculture just released some statistics documenting the trend. According to this "census" of farm-to-school
Geneticists can’t see this machine, but they can see its works—and they say it might be the key to reshaping the genome. Genomes are so regularly represented as strings of letters—As, Gs, Cs, and Ts—that
Blocking a certain protein in male mice prevented the rodents from impregnating any females It may be possible to create male birth control by altering how sperm develop, according to new research published
Jewel in the exquisite collection of ruins in the oasis city blown up by Isil militants Islamic State fighters have demolished the 2,000-year-old Arch of Triumph in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra, as
Chris Mintz was shot multiple times by a gunman at an Oregon community college Thursday, and now he's being called a hero, after it emerged that Mintz ran at the attacker and tried to block the door to
"A young black man, Henry Dumas, went through a turnstile at a New York City subway station," reads an invitation by Toni Morrison for a posthumous book-launch party she threw for Dumas in 1974, six years