Stephen Hawking has caused quite a stir after calling heaven a myth.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was finally allowed to see his wife after six weeks of isolation from his family, at a secret place on Sunday afternoon.
After a Cuban dissident, Juan Wilfredo Soto, 46, was arrested at a Santa Clara protest, he was allegedly beaten to death. Soto was among those who supported a 134-day hunger strike by fellow dissident Guillermo Farinas to press …
A Chilean miner’s note that reads, “We are okay, the 33 of us,” has made history, but he now wants it back.
Over the years there’s been a battle between the feminists and the neo-traditionalists. The former will tell you that staying at home causes depression; the latter will tell you that working causes moms too much stress. (via Healthland)
A business student at New York University made a fortune by selling t-shirts with proclamations of Osama bin Laden’s death. But he’s now had a change of heart and is giving all his customers a refund.
The world’s oldest known combat veteran of World War I, Claude Choules, died on Wednesday. But his legacy remains as a pacifist more than a fighter.
If you ever turn to a therapist for advice on relationship skills, he or she is bound to tell you that communication is key. But a recent study shows that in fact, other more practical skills are predictors of overall satisfaction.
While most Internet users were jonesing for further details on Osama Bin Laden’s death, thousands of U.S teenagers apparently had no idea who bin Laden actually was.
So it seems Hollywood heard the news of Bin Laden’s death before the rest of us did.
With so many people crowded around Westminster Abbey to catch a glimpse of Will or Kate, you have to be outlandish to stand out.
When you’re getting married in a massive ceremony, you have to have nice wheels.