Donald Trump’s disdain for teleprompters is yet another sign he has blown up the norms of truth and speech
We watch them giving speeches. Their delivery is enthusiastic, fiery, full of pathos. They pause at length, as if to think. They continue talking. They are applauded for their eloquence and their sincerity.
After winning yet another gold medal at the 2016 Rio games, what should be a week Gabby Douglas celebrates for the rest of her life has been anything but. Whether it was the extreme backlash she received
next Image 1 of 3 prevnext Image 2 of 3 prev Image 3 of 3 When Nic Volker was 2, his mother discovered an abscess on his rectum, and soon after, whenever he’d eat, his body would punish him by forming
The project took five people and more than 100 hours to complete. To celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday, renowned floral artist Joseph Massie was tasked with putting his own unique twist on the Royal
The medieval poem “Pearl” was written by someone whose identity we do not know, and is set mostly within a dream. Neither of these facts is unusual in medieval poetry. Authorship is often unclear for from
U.S. news The little Tennessee girl whose kidnapping sparked a statewide search and anguish for her family was all smiles Friday when she was finally returned home. But as 9-year-old Carlie Trent was reacquainted