The 90-and-older population nearly tripled in the United States over the past three decades to reach 1.9 million in 2010 and will more than quadruple by 2050, the U.S. Census Bureau said Friday.
In a bucolic valley an hour from New York City, the oldest vineyard in the United States is producing everything from wines that end up on the White House dining table to what the chief winemaster calls "crazy" tipples.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone warned Wednesday that the U.S. Grand Prix could be removed from the 2012 calendar because of contract dispute that led to construction of the Texas racetrack being halted this week.
Ireland and Croatia took command of their European Championship playoff matches with dominant away wins in the first leg on Friday, while Czech Republic also looks headed for the 2012 finals after a 2-0 home victory over Montenegro.
Brad Pitt was unable to put the cat out of first place at the weekend box office.
A multi-billion U.S. dollar plan to funnel Russian natural gas to South Korea via its North Korean neighbor may be just a pipe dream despite major potential economic and political benefits, experts say.
If Aubrey de Grey's predictions are right, the first person who will live to see their 150th birthday has already been born. And the first person to live for 1,000 years could be less than 20 years younger.1 Comment
Taiwan and China sealed three memorandums of understanding (MOUs) yesterday to promote bilateral cooperation in the standardization of technologies in the fields of LED lightening, photovoltaics and flat-screen monitors.
Wrinkles on a woman's face may be able to predict how likely she is to suffer from bone fractures, according to a US study released Monday.
The middle-aged brain is not as nimble as it used to be because of all the stress it has endured, a study released on Tuesday showed.