The likes of Vladimir Putin might welcome a study which finds sexual orientation may not be fixed from birth. But they are ignoring the science Vladimir Putin, Robert Mugabe, Pope Francis and other anti-gay
Competition is fierce in the mobile industry and Samsung is really urging to sell some devices! So much that they are willing to pay part of the phone if you switch to any of their latest handsets! Interested?
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Daniel Gritzer] For a fast weeknight meal, chicken is my most reliable standby. It's inexpensive, easy to cook, and relatively healthy (subject to the preparation, of
So long, summer—and hell-ooo, squash season! During the first crisp days of fall, all our thoughts turn to socks and slippers, sweaters, soup, and all kinds of cold-weather squash. Whether butternut or
The just-released smartphone app could help reduce your distress. One in four people experience a mental illness or neurological condition at some point in their lives, according to the World Health Organization.
The price of gold is hovering around the $1,100 mark after hitting five-and-a-half year lows last week Gold mining stocks bounced back on Monday morning after gold prices recovered from five-and-a-half
Due in large part to actions by the Federal Reserve and the lack of good investment alternatives, the stock market may be in the midst of one of the greatest bull markets of all time. With interest rates
Saturday is the 308th birthday of Carolus Linnaeus, the Swedish botanist who took it upon himself to classify all plants and animals on Earth. Taxonomists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science Forestry
UK weather: Sharks and giant turtle heading for Britain as temperatures rise in time for bank holiday
Maritime experts predict turtles, jellyfish and the UK's biggest fish are due to arrive at our shores as conditions become warmer Basking sharks and the world’s largest sea turtle, tempted by warm weather,