American Marines were on a foot patrol last fall in the Taliban stronghold of Marja, Afghanistan, when they shot and killed a lethal threat.
On a sunny Sunday just before the vernal equinox, Rich Ciotola was setting out to prepare a pasture using a tool so old it seems almost revolutionary.
Every night for the last year, Kathy Ruttenberg has been getting into bed with Trixie, a 7-kilogram Vietnamese pot-bellied pig.
Mexico's cuisine has long been overshadowed by the greasy Tex-Mex burritos and nachos sold around the world, but efforts to refine its image are now beginning to pay off.
It's been a really short spring and according to the Chinese almanac, summer is here. Pauline D. Loh looks at some healthy recipes for that change in season.
On May 8, 1886, American John S. Pemberton created a new beverage to serve in his pharmacy and sold nine drinks a day for the first year.
A line between revenge against innocents and justice for murderers.
Israeli tour guide leaves no gravestone unturned in bid to save Shanghai’s Jewish history.
Hong Kong-born singer songwriter rises to the top of the UK pops.
One of China’s leading businesswomen gives top priority to her company’s research and development.
It seems some stars who fall together and then burn with animosity for each other are willing to let bygones be bygones.
The age-old obsession with virginity is seeing a revival under both moral and commercial pretenses.