Sunday, March 29, 2015
The last time Lynette Austin saw the Afghan children, they were weak, wounded and broken.
Partying before breakfast? It's not everyone's cup of tea. But it is the concept behind “Daybreakers,” early-morning raves becoming increasingly popular in the United States.
The Clintons are going back to the White House this spring — onstage, that is.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
If there was one tipple wine lovers couldn't get enough of last year it was prosecco, the Italian sparkler that has outstripped champagne as the world's favorite bubbly.
Kevin Eubanks has gotten his jazz groove back since stepping down as “Tonight Show” band leader in 2010. On “Duets,” he teams with fellow guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan for an intimate, relaxed session that's more spontaneous than over-produced, mixing jazz standards, contemporary pop tunes and original compositions.
Eva Gabrielsson doesn't mince her words: continuing the wildly successful Millennium trilogy written by her late partner Stieg Larsson is a mistake and should never have happened.
U.S. President Barack Obama talked about crime and policing while heaping praise on the creator of the cult television series “The Wire” Thursday.
Italy has chosen Neapolitan pizza as its candidate for protection under UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list, Italian media reported late Thursday.
A rare prototype of the first American penny, dating from 1792, has just changed hands for 117.5 million pennies at an auction in Baltimore, Maryland.