Russian men who down large amounts of vodka have an "extraordinarily" high risk of an early death, a new study says. Researchers tracked about 151,000 adult men in the Russian cities of Barnaul, Byisk
Think you're special and unique? So did these folks, until they met Francois Brunelle. The 62-year-old Montreal-based photographer has spent the last 12 years scouring the world for complete strangers
Bobby Bingham works four jobs in Kansas City, Missouri, yet he has very little to show for it. Bingham is 37 years old and has a college degree, but like many Americans, is stuck working many hours in
Jean Winsor sits in the dark in her home, wearing extra layers to keep warm. That's because Winsor is terrified of running up her electric and gas bills just as she stops receiving her unemployment check.
It’s been a good week, rhetorically, for those who care about reducing inequality. Last Tuesday, in his first papal exhortation, Pope Francis bewailed the unequal distribution of global wealth, using that
About 1.3 million long-term unemployed Americans will stop receiving federal unemployment benefits beginning Saturday, the consequence over a debate in Washington about the size and role of government.
The science of lycasin, destroyer of worlds, intestines In all fairness, you were warned. The Amazon description for sugar-free Haribo Gummy Bears reads, in part: "This product is a sugarless/sugarfree
A "jelly doughnut-sized" rock has appeared in front of the Opportunity rover on Mars, and scientists can't figure out where it came from, Discovery News reports. The discovery was revealed by Mars Exploration