By Drew Harwell Drew Harwell National technology reporter covering artificial intelligence Email Bio Follow When film director Rod Lurie ran into some fellow Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Let's face it: Your face might say something about your personality. Researchers at Northumbria University in England say our faces can be expressions of our genetic underpinnings. For instance, they more
Call it "Eine Kleine Catmusik." Like their human companions, stressed-out cats can listen to music to relax. And when felines are fighting the stress of a surgical procedure, it appears they don't want
Schuller died early Thursday at a care facility in Artesia, daughter Carol Schuller Milner said. In 2013, he was diagnosed with a tumor in his esophagus that had spread to his lymph nodes and began treatment.
Are you more of a St. George or a St. Catherine? Do you prefer to sit in quiet contemplation or let loose in spiritual revelry? Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, Illinois has created a Holy Week Type
Walmart on Wednesday praised Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) for refusing to sign a bill that would allow religious business owners to discriminate against LGBT customers. The retail giant had urged governor
By Philip Bump Philip Bump National correspondent focused largely on the numbers behind politics Email Bio Follow No state's residents are as likely to use drugs or medication to alter their mood as frequently