I had just finished filming Season 1 of “Game of Thrones.” Then I was struck with the first of two aneurysms. Just when all my childhood dreams seemed to have come true, I nearly lost my mind and then
Trying to find a killer deal on a flight can feel like an endless search with too many options. Every day there seems to be a new app or website claiming to have the best offers, but how do you really
The Biscuit Love chef shares his go-to recipe Karl Worley, who with his wife, Sarah, runs Nashville’s Biscuit Love, a veritable shrine to the Southern staple, knows biscuits. Most people, he says, don’t
For Trump, losing is the deepest form of humiliation, and humiliation is intolerable The United States is now headed by someone pathologically incapable of admitting defeat. This doesn’t bode well for
Ask yourself: 'If I say yes to this, to what am I saying no?' There’s growing evidence that a cluttered home or workplace is a stressful one. A recent DePaul University study found that physical clutter
Salma Hayek has no problem aging gracefully. The 52-year-old actress took to Instagram Sunday and shared a smiling selfie that unveiled her silvery strands. “#Proud of my white hair,” captioned the mother
The Amazon is ready for her close-up again. Brigitte Nielsen, the statuesque Danish model now appearing in her ex-husband Sylvester Stallone's latest film “Creed II," became a mom for the fifth time this
2019 will be an extraordinary year in space — here's what NASA, SpaceX, and the night sky have in store for Earth
When it comes to events in space, 2019 is going to be an extraordinary year. That's not to say 2018 is an easy act to follow. After all, SpaceX debuted the world's most powerful operational launch system
Clive Standen has made a blazing return to Season 5B of History Channel’s “Vikings,” but the actor hinted he may be running out of the time. “Rollo is dealing with his own mortality now,” explained the
Using detailed computer models of asteroidal-type objects between the Sun and Jupiter, two Harvard University researchers find that at least four known objects are likely to have origins from outside solar
It seems like every time we refresh our email there’s a new hair tool hitting shelves that's guaranteed to turn our tresses into perfect spirals, corkscrews, and waves with less work, damage, and time.
Science & Innovation Instruments picked up the seismic waves more than 10,000 miles away—but bizarrely, nobody felt them. 6 Minute Read By Maya Wei-Haas On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30
Go to a company party or social or networking event and you're bound to hear the obligatory and predictable What do you do? and Where are you from? questions designed to save you from the awkwardness silence.
A 1924 silent movie that predicted the horrors of anti-semitism has a new score by the Austrian Jewish composer. She explains why the bitter satire resonates so powerfully today “Antisemitism is in the
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