The pop star spoke to voters in UNLV on Saturday.
Doctors are searching for more permanent ways to help voices maintain their loudness and pitch.
Companies say the length of telomeres on people’s chromosomes can signal disease risk and a need to take corrective measures.
Ruling in final minutes of Michigan’s rout of Illinois upsets the Michigan coach
His civil lawsuit is meant to help build self-defense strategy in criminal case.
Drake made his name on being 'soft.' Why's he mocking Kid Cudi's mental health?
Briefings are now big-budget extravaganzas, with dancing flight attendants, horror-movie pastiches and goats. Research suggests people might not remember the instructions.
Pediatric practices are using new methods, including texts, to get parents to follow the recommended doctor-visit schedule for their children, which includes about a dozen appointments by the time th
Ready or not, here winter comes!
Prioritizing warmth over the desire to look cool in cold temperatures comes with age, yet in spite of that, we still yearn for a more stylish way to shield the cold e
As the new NBA season begins, basketball’s cultural boom and pro football’s recent slump has some wondering whether this is the beginning of a huge shift in the hierarchy of American sports.
Investor Liu Yiqian—who last year paid $170.4 million for Amedeo Modigliani’s portrait of a ‘Reclining Nude’—buys a three-bedroom in the high-profile building for 25% less than its original sale price
Editor’s Note: The following Kyiv Post story is part of the Objective Investigative Reporting Project, a MYMEDIA project supported by the Danish government. The story can be republished freely w
While you were busy trying to get (read: drink) through the anxiety-inducing presidential debates this October, it’s possible that Halloween (and the costume-planning) snuck up on you. Or p
MediaTakeOut.com had claimed she faked her robbery; Paris police chief speaks.
Alaska Air Group received permission for a five-week delay in starting service on a prized flight between Havana and Los Angeles, as regulators rejected an attempt by JetBlue Airways to secure the ro
Come on! They're so close! Just do it!
MOSCOW – The Russian Investigative Committee has opened criminal cases against six senior Ukrainian army officers suspected of shelling residential areas in Donbas, Russian Investigative Committ
Let’s be real: We’ve all woken up with cracked lips, red eyes and blotchy faces that come after a night of drinking.
Alcohol is our eternal friend and foe.
So, what do you do when you have
The Tamaroa overcame gale-force winds, 40-foot waves in 1993, a rescue effort immortalized in the book and film 'The Perfect Storm.'
The Broadway superstar got to play interviewer in 'Hamilton's America.'
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Think of all the work you’ve put into this year’s Halloween costume. Consider the countless hours brainstorming costume ideas, the painstaking DIY elements, all that money spent at craft s
A father’s journal guides his daughter’s first attempt at the New York City Marathon
The big question heading into The Walking Dead’s season 7 premiere was whether the TV show would follow the lead of the comic and have Glenn Rhee become Negan’s first victim. Find out what happened!
The City of Lights doesn’t need it, but
it just got a little brighter thanks to
some fashion angels.
For Allure, by Kristen Bateman.
There’s a quiet revolution happening in fashion right now. Designers and major brands are opting to feature real women — customers included — in ads,
Lucia Perillo, a poet known for her sense of humor and her writing about living with multiple sclerosis, died on Oct. 16 at the age of 58 in Olympia, Wash., her publisher Copper Canyon Press confi
Exclusive early cuts from 'Finding Dory' prove Hank was never a happy camper.
For Glamour, by Erin Reimel.
We don’t know what spell has been cast upon the beauty world, but the internet has just blessed us with more Harry Potter makeup. And unlike these fictional makeup
LONDON, (Reuters) - Colorful jeans designed by British model Kate Moss and American actress Sharon Stone are among the 100 pairs put up for auction by celebrities in order to raise money for refugees.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Many writers might give their right arm to be paid almost $1 million to deliver a lecture. But Bob Dylan's silence since he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature might mean.
Amy Childs and Bradley Wright are expecting their first child[Amy Childs/Instagram]
And the former TOWIE star revealed she is over the moon after herself and boyfriend Bradley Wright had been
The singer's hits included "Suzie Baby," "Take Good Care of My Baby."