Yet another Friday the 13th has arrived, bringing the usual superstitious chatter along with vows to avoid flying and other fear-inducing activities. Why are we so weird about the 13th?
Tracey Cheatham didn't come to Kenya for the animals. She came for the people.
If you've been watching "Jeopardy!" lately, you're probably familiar with James Holzhauer, the Las Vegas resident and professional sports better currently smashing records on the nightly game show.
A cosmetics brand founded by Rihanna says it pulled a planned makeup product after it was criticized as an appropriation of Asian culture.
"The Scream" by Edvard Munch is one of the most famous images in the history of art, and even has its own emoji.
The Pakistani city of Lahore is one of the Indian subcontinent's most brilliant gems, yet it remains relatively obscure outside the country -- an unexpected pleasure for travelers.
For those of us who approach things by the Goldilocks Principle (not too little, not too much), spring equinox is practically perfect.
"Roma," Alfonso Cuarón's affectionate look at the Mexico City of his childhood, has 10 Academy Award nominations. It's been in theaters for three months. Most Hollywood observers consider it the favorite to win the best picture Oscar on Sunday.
The furry community has a message for the rest of the world: Their culture is not about sex.
Chip and Joanna Gaines fans, rejoice!
For more than two decades, Phil Miller has been building a world of nightmares on a 1,300-acre farm in Delaware. With eight attractions, Frightland opens for a month each October, shocking visitors with ghoulish hayrides, a grim cemetery and a prison riddled with zombies.
The moon has been receiving a lot of attention lately. From Elon Musk's SpaceX trip around the moon -- which recently signed on its first billionaire passenger -- to NASA's renewed plans for moon exploration, it seems we're in a new lunar space race.
Cosmetic manufacturers are launching skin-lightening products on a regular basis in order to cash in on this lucrative business.
Once a hugely important gateway used by explorers en route to "discover" the Americas, the Cape Verde islands fell into obscurity in more recent times.
You probably don't think about sandcastles being anywhere other than on a beach, but how about one in Manhattan?
The company behind the new Star Wars video game has turned off a money-spinning part of it after an outcry from angry fans and scrutiny from regulators.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino hosted the 23 Annual Pow Wow event Saturday.
Bill Simmons has a new home -- again.