It's not just Europe telling refugees to stay where they are. Islamic State, the Al Qaeda breakaway faction that controls large swathes of Iraq and Syria, has joined in the effort to dissuade would-be
(CNN) — Airmen toss dirt bikes out the rear of an airborne plane. Then, a so-called "bike chaser" jumps out after them. When U.S. troops take control of an airfield in a combat zone, this often is how
How strong is your core? Find out with this ultimate ab challenge Ripped abs are reason enough to add some core moves to your routine. But a strong torso can also give you the foundation you need to lift
In this time of hope and decorative mortarboards, we reached out to some of our favorite writers, asking them: What do graduates really need to know about the world of work? Their answers are below. Heidi
The number of Americans renouncing United States citizenship or terminating long-term residency is on a record pace. Every 3 months, the government publishes the names of individuals who renounced U.S.
The size of a small cauliflower, the human brain is the most complex organ in your body. It squeezes out 70,000 thoughts a day. But where does it store information? And how does it generate flights of
Try this to trigger one of the cutest reflexes around. Just blow into a baby’s face and watch him or her gulp air, close eyes, and stop whatever they’re doing. Parents have used this as a way to get their
Valve is a notoriously private game publisher, and in January it hosted a private event. At Steam Dev Days, the company gathered developers to talk about its strategy for the company's Linux-based Steam