KINSHASA (Reuters) - More than a dozen people have died since the weekend in fighting in southeastern Congo between Bantus and Pygmies, local activists said on Tuesday, in the latest escalation in a bloody
The soundtrack to the year. The year is far from over, but that doesn't mean music hasn't left a mark on 2016. Dancehall influences had a moment, thanks to Rihanna and Drake, breakout hip-hop stars gained
A meal isn't complete without dessert. While it's amazing no matter where you have it, desserts differ from country to country. Some are light and fruity, and some are rich and chocolaty. From Japan's
Add a boozy element to your weekend festivities. From a winter martini with chic flair to a spiked hot chocolate recipe that will warm up any chilly night, imbibe in style this weekend. Plus, check back
It was the First Lady's elegant escape as she mourned with her family. Jackie Kennedy had an eye for beauty. While many focus on her flawless taste in fashion, jewelry, antiques, art, and, of course, design,
Plus, see what the stars of the show look like in real life. The Crown has one of the most talented (and beautiful!) casts on TV. As Season 2 returns viewers to the world of Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing
'The Humans' creator Stephen Karam brings a Chekhov classic back to the stage. It's possible you studied The Cherry Orchard, an Anton Chekhov classic, in your younger days—only realizing in today's era
(CNN) — The fight against breast cancer picked up a powerful new ally -- a retired US Navy fighter jet. And of course, it's pink. A Grumman F9F-8 Cougar, painted a vivid shade of pink called "Heliconia,"
(CNN) — The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is telling operators to shut down 35 disposal wells that may have played a role in a 5.6-magnitude earthquake that shook at least six states Saturday, Gov. Fallin
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government will resume selling its residual 3.6 billion pound stake in Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) after a break following the vote in June to leave the European Union.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A group of young people in eastern Germany threatened three Syrian refugee children with a knife and hit them before chanting right-wing slogans on Thursday evening, police said. The