Some 2.2 billion years ago, an asteroid slammed into the Earth, leaving behind a massive, 43-mile-wide crater in what's now Western Australia, scientists announced Tuesday. It's the world's oldest known
The flavors of this sweet and sour soup are so satisfying. It's no surprise that so many recipes use coconut, curry, lime and coriander. It has kick in all the right places. The coconut and curry make
In a 2018 memo, the now-attorney general argued the exact opposite of what Trump’s lawyers now claim. In defending President Donald Trump against impeachment, the president's legal team has had to perform
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Her mother had fallen and was too weak to get up, the kind voice on the phone explained. The call from the young woman’s aunt sent her hurrying to her mother’s home, just a town away in rural Alabama.
At 38, Brandon Truaxe, a former computer science anorak, has comprehensively upset the beauty industry cart. First there are the cult products – at the cutting edge of beauty science and raved about by
In 2009, Texas-based stay-at-home mom Tiffany Masterson began working for a cosmetics company selling an imported facial bar that completely changed her skin. “I thought the bar was magic,” Masterson over
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Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday joined a number of Democrats who back reexamining the Electoral College system, following Hillary Clinton's loss to President-elect Donald Trump. Asked by CNN's Dana Bash
For travelers, 2015 and 2016 look like identical twins born in separate years, only more so. Much of what was true in 2015 will be truer in the coming year. What was hot this year will be hotter next;
From sunken treasure to ceremonial bobcat burials, it's time to look back at the year's biggest finds. 2015 was a year when archaeology frequently made headlines around the world, but unfortunately, it