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It’s back-to-school time, and for parents with kids heading out to college, it’s rougher and tougher than ever imagined.
Setting folks free is sometimes very different from how they embrace that freedom, but for one Saudi grandma, a muscle car seemed just about right.
After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico last year, Carmen Yulín Cruz challenged President Trump to step up.
Morena Leraba, a shepherd by trade, is doing his damnedest to put his country on the rap map. How? Eclectic rhymes road tested in the hills of Lesotho.
TV doctors and hospitals run heavy on the George Clooney and light on the blood, guts and messy deaths that are part of one doctor’s daily deal.
Gauzy memories of yesteryear can be a nostalgic two-step to getting your head around the past. But what if that past includes a near-life-ending explosion?
Despite what you hear, suburbia is not without its own special drama. Case in point: one man’s revenge-fueled garbage-collector battle.
Only a few can tell the Epic of Manas, the spiritual tale of an ancient Kyrgyz warrior. We spoke to one about dreaming his way to enlightenment.
’Breaking Big’ this week highlights a fashion pioneer at the forefront of the movement to celebrate body positivity in an industry often slow to change.
The fact that Fatuma Zarika, 33, got to fight for the WBC bantamweight belt is not nearly as amazing as how she won it.
The land of bad ideas gives birth to yet another great one: Everything you know about the galaxy within which we live is a lie.
Waiting for opportunity to knock was the last thing two Bulgarian theater majors wanted to do. The first? Plying their trade for kids in dire need.