If a time traveler assassinated Albert Einstein before he figured out that E=mc², would we still have atomic weapons? Note: Below is the script for the video, above. You may want to just watch the video
Experts have uncovered a vast array of mysterious pre-Columbian rock art in the caves of a remote uninhabited Caribbean island. Archaeologists explored around 70 cave systems on Puerto Rico’s Mona island.
Skim, 1%, 2%, whole, half and half, cream — what do these different names actually mean? It's all about the fat content. But titles like 1% and 2% are a little misleading. Contrary to popular belief, don't
Revelry for some. Disappointment for others. And relief for those whose star ratings remained unchanged. After a nearly two-week delay as wildfires tore through Wine Country, the Michelin Guide has released
From plate lunch drive-ins to tasting menu destinations, these are the most exciting places to dine across the 50th state No catchphrase can encapsulate the culinary scope of Hawai‘i: It encompasses carb-tastic
And what does that mean for the future of the Food Network? Update (October 26, 8 a.m.): More than 12 hours after this story was published, Flay gave a statement to People in which he confirmed the t-shirt
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Ted Cavanaugh Science One might change the way we treat cancer for good. This article is a segment of 2017's Best of What's New list. For the complete tabulation of the year's most transformative products
Looking to update your space but don’t know where to begin? Consider giving Feng Shui a try. For complete novices, the ancient art can seem a bit intimidating, but getting started in your home is easier