By Valerie Finholm DENVER — Steve Cearley and his dog Shanti made their way down the airport concourse in matching blue plaid vests, prompting travelers to glance up from their computers and cellphones.
Since 1994, thousands of fans of Bikram Choudhury—whose eponymous brand of heated yoga gained devotees including George Clooney, Lady Gaga, and Jeff Bridges—have flocked to his teacher-training program.
Health food advocates, rejoice. Los Angeles International Airport has been ranked first among airports nationwide for offering healthful food for stressed-out travelers. But the ranking may matter mostly
On Friday, Facebook Inc said it took down a profile that the company believed belonged to San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik, who with her husband is accused of killing 14 people in a mass shooting
A student backlash against hearing words and ideas that oppose their own, citing emotional "trauma", is changing the culture of the American campus writes Ruth Sherlock, US Editor from Harvard University
Famous Harvard professor denounces college protests, says campuses have to be open to 'dangerous ideas'
But as students receive support from some academics in higher education, Alan Dershowitz, a prominent Harvard Law School professor, has denounced these protests for eroding the very basis of what he believes
Fun fact: Food is delicious. Not-so-fun fact: 40 percent of food raised or grown in North America is never eaten, and yet one in six people in America still go hungry. It’s a strange disparity that so
Before he ever knew they might be topics to study in college, food business and farming played an important part in Charlie James' life. At Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, he sold home-made rice and