Last Updated: September 26th The best British series spark innumerable remakes here in America, while the UK seems to only want our reality television. They work well as binge-able Netflix series as long
"Don’t vote for your own cancer. You’re better than that," the comedian told his fans. In a lengthy email he sent to fans on Saturday after a brief plug for his show "Horace and Pete," Louis C.K. took
The secret to taking control of your retirement in 2016 and making this phase of life a grand adventure, even if your nest egg is modest, is expanding your horizons. Take your retirement global. But where
Here are the new and returning series you might or might not want to watch in the months ahead. Drunk History, Season One, Comedy Central (September 1) Based on the Funny or Die web series created by Waters
Lewis Carroll’s popular tales contain some hidden truths about the human brain that are still inspiring neuroscientists to this day. David Robson takes a leap down the rabbit hole. Lewis Carroll was remarkably
From the lyrical to the ludicrous, uncommon takes on how our world came to be. Humanity’s history of mapping the cosmos is as long as our margin of error in explaining the universe is wide. We have been
Big questions can lead to big breakthroughs, writes Warren Berger, author of A More Beautiful Question. Here’s how to find yours. With New Year’s comfortably behind us, we’ve all had enough talk of resolutions.
Was the music of 2014 heavier than usual, or is it just us? When the staff of NPR Music and our member station partners gather to collect our favorite albums of the year, we don't start out with a theme.
Rice University researchers observe matter that blinks out of existence to avoid collisions. Ghosts are real. This is the case, at least, in a Rice University laboratory, where physicist Randy Hulet and