Jess Row’s haunting new novel, Your Face In Mine, is an invitation to the future, an era bound only by the limits of imagination, money, and technology. It’s a time when you can edit anything about yourself—your
President Barack Obama speaks at the White House, Aug. 18, 2014. Taking a two-day break from summer vacation, the president met with top advisers Monday to review developments in Iraq and in racially Ferguson,
By Soraya Nadia McDonald Soraya Nadia McDonald Bio Anyone who remembers great comedy from 2003-2006 remembers “Chappelle’s Show,” Dave Chappelle’s eponymous sketch program that aired for just over two
It’s a scientific breakthrough. Researchers in Madrid have successfully reprogrammed adult cells in living animals, creating stem cells that have the ability to grow into any tissue found in the body.
An Indian court has sentenced Bollywood star Salman Khan to five years in jail for killing a homeless man in a 2002 hit-and-run driving incident in Mumbai. The man was among five people who were run over
How do you get the nerve, I ask Aravind Adiga, to write a novel about the experiences of the Indian poor? After all, you're an enviably bright young thing, a middle-class, Madras-born, Oxford-educated
Sounds are also not a cultural universal: music for one person may be noise to another; the sound of thunder may frighten some and be soothing to others; the call of the adhan may be "grating and annoying"
By: Pat Christen, President and CEO of HopeLab For the past several years, my husband and I have traded the tradition of making New Year's resolutions for a new tradition constructing individual collages