Is immortality plausible? Or is it quack science?
A series of earthquakes rocked northwestern China on July 22. At least 89 people were killed and hundreds more injured by falling rubble from collapsed buildings. The Gansu Provincial Seismological Bureau measured the main earthquake at magnitude 6.6 on the Richter scale, devastating a mountainous region that is home to 26 million people.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
Why would NBC replace him when he’s still so dominant?
Talia Joy Castellano was a role model for children with cancer.
Dan Loeb turned Yahoo around—then turned himself a nice profit.
But it’s unlikely to save her husband’s ridiculous campaign.
Pope Francis appears serious about changing the Vatican, but a scandal looms.
New technology could send smells from one smartphone to another.
A new educational program has Orwellian overtones.
Will an even more populous planet lead to greater suffering?
Was classical music a kind of cultural imperialism?
Could special paving stones reduce smog?
The writer-director and recovering overachiever checks ‘debut film’ off her to-do list.
Long lines drum up cachet beyond the art world.
David Gilbert’s audacious new novel of fathers and sons explores a fabled fiction writer’s real-world legacy.
The British duo comes stateside, and promises a arriage of electropop and R&B.
Cocktails with ingredients you never thought you’d imbibe.