Whispering, rustling paper and tapping fingers more than 2.6 million videos on YouTube are designed to trigger a little-known phenomenon called autonomous sensory meridian response, or A.S.M.R.
In a remote valley in southwest Cambodia, an indigenous group fights to protect its homes from the looming construction of a hydroelectric dam.
President Jimmy Carter s grandson, State Senator Jason Carter, is following in his grandfather s footsteps by running for governor of Georgia. But his family name is a blessing and curse there.
The actress sings Are You Lonely for Me from Piece of My Heart, a new jukebox musical about the life of the songwriter Bert Berns. The show is at the Pershing Square Signature Center.
Amid the deadliest Ebola virus outbreak in history, doctors are fighting the disease and also local populations fear of medical treatment.
With no clear convention for choosing a last name for their family once they got married, Martha West and Tanya Kalivas decided to battle it out on the soccer field.
Attendees of Comic-Con International bring an assortment of weapons to the convention hall that are screened by security officers.
When coconut water hit the market, it was billed as a miracle drink able to fight viruses and other ailments. The drink s marketers have since been legally forced to sharply scale back their claims.
Hyundai builds an ultimate road trip machine.
Buddhist devotees in Yushu, China, rescue tiny river fish from riverbanks as an expression of the Buddhist reverence for all forms of life and as a gesture to help in their next life.
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