You never know where you'll find incredible dining in Los Angeles. Sometimes, it's in a strip mall in a nondescript part of town, sometimes it's in a pop-up in an abandoned warehouse downtown.
We are near the merciful culmination of an endless process of electing an American president and, despite the noise and nastiness of this exercise in political dysfunction, the candidates have spoken very little about climate change and the urgent issue of adapting to the warmer planet we are already experiencing.
This blog is dedicated to the thousands of activists who stand up and lend their voice and energy to preserving our natural resources. I especially want to spotlight the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, who are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline crossing the Missouri River.
A group of maritime archeologists studying sea levels in the Black Sea have uncovered 41 shipwrecks this year as a “complete bonus.”
The Black Sea Maritime Archeology Project has been trawling the seabed to understand how quickly the water level rose after the last Ice Age, 20,000 years ago.
It took a professional historian to make sure the English nobility drama “Downton Abbey” was well-mannered enough. Thanks to the work of Alastair Bruce, characters on the show properly stood, sat, ate, drank and wore evening gloves, according to rules that had been finessed for centuries.
Just as Halloween nears, a video of an enormous spider carrying the lifeless body of a mouse has gone viral, scarring and enthralling viewers all over the world.
The video, which was filmed in Queensland, Australia, shows a huntsman spider carrying a rodent across the side of refrigerator.
Even in good years, hunger is rife in Madagascar. More than 90 percent of its population lives below the poverty line, and nearly half of the country’s children are chronically malnourished or stunted.
As the international community prepares for the Paris Climate Agreement to take effect on November 4, there are many reasons to celebrate this historic moment. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon shared his reflections: "What once seemed unthinkable is now unstoppable.
If a bear scratches her back in the woods, does it make a sound?
Hard to say. But it makes for a great little video, as you can see from this new post on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Facebook page.
Almost 10 years after the release of “Twilight,” Prop Store and Lionsgate are teaming up to host an exclusive two-day live auction event featuring original props, costumes and set decorations from the five-film franchise.
If you walk into any of the 4,132 Walmarts in America that sell groceries, you will find only 11 percent of its produce was grown in the same state where it's sold.
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To hear this morning that the Great Barrier Reef is on life-support, and may be officially "dead" is not only sad, but also disturbing.
The Great Barrier Reef, the largest living organism on earth, was home to hundreds of millions of marine animals and represented a hugely bio-diverse habitat.
Australian swimmer Mack Horton has one incredible fan.
The Olympic gold medalist posted a photo of himself to Instagram on Friday, in which he’s wearing a bandage and giving a thumbs up.
There’s a magic in gathering women together before going out for the night, but there’s a troubling, common theme, too.
Someone ― perhaps everyone, at some point ― will express a negative thought about themselves.