The partner of Stephane Charbonnier, the editor of Charlie Hebdo who was killed in Wednesday's attack in Paris, has told the BBC how she tried to reach him at the scene and pleaded to be with his body.
The dentist's office might be the last place you'd look to find a quick cure for an implacable bout of depression. But new research suggests that laughing gas -- the mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen
How a kind old man who spent his life in poverty, worked as a toll collector, and was entirely self-taught became one of the world’s greatest artists. “People working in the arts engage in street combat
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As we all try to squeeze more hours from the day, time management may not be the answer. Managing our energy will make us more productive. In the quest for greater productivity, many of us seek out ways
Meeting with representatives of nations that have joined the United States in its fight against the so-called Islamic State, Secretary of State John Kerry said the offensive was having "significant impact."
(CNN) - Rep. Alan Grayson strongly denied an accusation that he assaulted and injured his wife, his office said in a statement. "These allegations are absolutely false, completely unfounded, and clearly
Chief Clerk Walter Dimmick was convicted of stealing six bags of gold coins -- worth $30,000 -- from the U.S. Mint in San Francisco in 1901. More than 100 years later, a California couple unearthed a stash
It's another one of those "you can't make this kind of stuff up" stories. A New Jersey high school senior sued her parents, accusing them of tossing her out of the family home when she turned 18 and refusing
Foreign ministers from around the world didn't strike a deal over the Ukraine crisis Wednesday, but U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said they agreed on one key thing: They'd rather talk than fight.