'His eyes didn't look healthy but his voice might be better than on any other album' – pianist Mike Garson and guitarist Carlos Alomar recall the sessions that featured soul greats like Luther Vandross and visitors John Lennon and Bruce Springsteen. By Mark Beaumont
Matt Edmondson said he was 'ticked off' about being called in to help pick up the slack
The world’s richest man unveiled a fund to help climate scientists and activists, an escalation of his philanthropic efforts.
Hiroki Koga wasn't thrilled about the quality of American produce when he moved to the U.S. from Japan. So he cultivated a sweeter variety called the Omakase berry that costs $50 for an eight-pack.
From having backup plans to comparing your work to others, the ultra-successful simply don't do these things.
Uber and Lyft bring plenty of drawbacks to cities, but solutions aren't easy to find.
Pioneering computer scientist fondly regarded as encapsulation of hippie and high-tech culture that helped forge company
We know we can recycle. We just aren't doing it properly yet. Here are a few ideas that could help us change that.
He made the original design to help raise money for charity following the presenter's death
Attorney General William Barr's intervention in the case of Trump ally Roger Stone continues to raise questions. Although wary of prolonging the Ukraine inquiry, Democrats aren't letting up on the Justice Department.
President of UEFA Aleksander Ceferin says it has agreed to help Greece overhaul its professional leagues to curb violence and corruption. Ceferin met with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on … Click to Continue »
Anthony Davis is dealing with a bruised right calf, but the injury won't keep out of Sunday's game against the Boston Celtics.
Democrat lawmakers helped reject the bill weeks after a gun rights demonstration took over Richmond
Not that a tax increase wouldn't be justified to remedy what Newsom correctly called "a disgrace" in the richest state of the richest nation. But that would depend on details — about who gets taxed and how the money is spent—and probably require a special interest-sponsored ballot initiative.
Serbia's Novak Djokovic, back in action for the first time in three weeks, didn't get much of a test Monday in the first round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirates.
Singer revealed hit single 'Someone You Loved' isn't actually about Paige from Love Island
An understanding of the social life among indigenous groups could help counter the toxic polarization that ails us.
US tech startups grew so quickly that they couldn't hire people fast enough but now the lay-offs have started and scepticism abounds in an industry once known for its irrational optimism.
"I don't care that most families will be better off," says a critic of Medicare for all. "I am strongly opposed to paying for someone else's healthcare."
RMS Titanic Inc., a company that has exclusive rights to salvage artifacts from the Titanic, wants to retrieve the radio used to call for help after the ship hit an iceberg, according to documents filed in a Virginia federal court.
Japan rethought the bathroom. Why hasn't America?
England captain was praised by his coach for developing his leadership skills throughout the week – although he could not help himself in renewing his verbal tirade with the media
UCLA's Pac-12 winning streak has helped lift the Bruins to 8-3 against the spread in their last 11 games.
McCartney says being chosen was a 'great honor,' but his schedule won't allow him to travel to Israel
'This cancer will spread far beyond here if we don't fight together to end it,' says Malian minister as concerns grow about extremism resurgence
'Was it good? I don't know' said president as he criticised foreign language win and attacked Brad Pitt
Ronny Jackson is one of 15 candidates in a crowded Republican primary. And the White House hasn’t gone out of its way to help.
London to Belgium's second city in under three hours? Getting the train couldn't be easier, says Joe Minihane
The government on Monday introduced a new electronic form for incorporation of companies, saying the initiative will help in reducing time and cost of starting a business in the country.
Haftar's forces are backed by the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, and have also had help from Russian mercenaries
California students sued because they were such poor readers. They just won $53 million to help them
Paris will clamp down on imams from Muslim countries that arrive in France to push worshipers into violating the law, the country's President Emmanuel Macron said, warning Turkey it can't "feed separatism" on French soil.
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These 'artificial ecosystem' experiments could help develop strategies to mitigate the spread of potentially dangerous viruses
Former agent says sports star was still trying to help others in the minutes before he lost his life
Whether dating apps or texting, it's all too common for women to receive random, unsolicited sexual images from men. Scientifically, cyberflashing hasn't received much attention, but initial studies offer some answers.
82-year-old says 'I have to work every day to be self-accepting, it doesn't come easy to me'
Those with cancer can choose death with dignity in California. Alzheimer's patients can't.
Exclusive: The 23-year-old is a player the club have been impressed with and assessed for a long time, but he wouldn't be a guaranteed starter
'They told me it was too much and it wasn't a rally,' said Florida man Nelson Gibson
Thanks to several instruments on the Mars InSight lander, scientists are discovering more about our planetary neighbour that will help them better understand what future explorers might expect living on the red planet.