Exactly how does your taste in music evolve over time? Science now has the answer. In your teens, you blast whatever is considered "popular" at that moment. Then, your interest in current jams falls in
Washington's experiments in community art haven’t always been great. But a new project with the city’s public-works trucks reflects the real D.C. Public art is at its best when it’s divisive. But on this
Proposal by European institutions and the IMF is expected to be presented to Athens soon The euro shot up against a host of global currencies Tuesday, spurred by prospects of Greece’s international creditors
(CNN) — And on the final "Mad Men," Don Draper became one with the universe. It wasn't necessarily the conclusion imagined by many of the show's fans, who pictured him jumping out a window (like the Draper
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Human activity almost killed this loggerhead sea turtle in Turkey, but a group of doctors and researchers are looking to right that wrong with a 3D-printed prosthetic. The turtle, which is marked as an
Updated at 2:39 p.m. ET Federal, state and local authorities are collecting evidence at the scene of a gunfight among five rival motorcycle gangs Sunday in Waco, Texas, that left nine people dead and injured.
People who wear and design prosthetics are rethinking the form of our species. When Elizabeth Wright smacks her right leg on a table, she says “ow.” That’s only interesting if you know one more thing: