When he was 23, Mafat Patel headed for America. It was 1968, and he had just received a visa to get his MBA at Indiana University. This trip would mark his first time outside his home country of India.
How a college team and its innovative star player from the 1930s explain the NBA in 2017 Walter Vincenti is 100 years old and the winner of NASA’s lifetime achievement honor for aeronautical engineering.
NEW ORLEANS — The debate over the removal of four Confederate-era monuments has stewed here for nearly two years, longer than the city was under Confederate control, and it has not abated with the removal
In April, the author’s wife, crime writer Michelle McNamara, died suddenly in her sleep at age 46. In an instant, Oswalt became a widower—and single parent to their 7-year-old daughter. Here, the actor
A new digital pill system could save billions in health care costs — but will courts take it too far? Some morning in the future, you take a pill — something for depression or cholesterol. You take it
Let’s face it. Life can be full of frustrations—an argument with your teenager over breakfast, a missed train, or even just a spilled coffee can make you wish you could crawl back into bed. How can you
None of us wants to feel like we’re being selfish. We all know we should have empathy for others and be helpful. But when it comes to doing your best work, sometimes being selfish is exactlywhat you need
For centuries, people have used nasal surgery to protect, or improve, their place in society. An Object Lesson. All anxieties live in our bodies, but anxieties about our bodies feel particularly urgent.
From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes,
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley announced his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on Saturday, with a speech at Baltimore's Federal Hill Park. His announcement was quintessentially Baltimore
Going home for the holidays? Perhaps your in-laws are coming over this year for Christmas or Hannukah? What you are sure to get during the holidays is a mixture of different food preferences and personalities.
Yep, it’s that time of year, when American households haul out snarls of fairy lights and set the electricity meter spinning. So pronounced is the festive wattage, you can actually see it from space. photo
Looks like Harvard University scientists have given us another reason to walk past the cheese platter at holiday parties and reach for the carrot sticks instead: Your gut bacteria will thank you. Switching