Soil found in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, had long been reputed to have healing properties.
Some reasons to be happy.
The collapse was followed by mass migration, and a 110-mile was built for immigration control.
America appears to be in retreat, and its opponents are taking notice.
Ehud Barak, Israel's most decorated soldier and a former prime minister, has released a new book—and he has plenty to say about his onetime coalition partner.
Digital communication presents uncomfortable social situations that can lead to anxiety, isolation and feelings of rejection.
Second children increase time pressure and stress, study finds.
If you didn’t have the opportunity to see these turkeys at the cinema, who knows—maybe a cult re-release isn’t far away.
According to Realtor.com, the median listing price for a home in the United States is just under $300,000. What kind of home does that get you in each state?
2018 was the lowest year for democratic hopes in the Middle East. Some pushback against the new autocrats has begun after Khashoggi's murder—but the West can, and should, do more.
Increasingly advanced technologies mean it is getting easier to track planes, even across great expanses of water.
The Demorcats will make life harder for Trump, but they will do little to change the imbalance of wealth and power in this country—unless they are pushed to do so.
Orphans of the bomb share their stories 75 years on.
"Few directors create one classic American movie, but since 1992, Clint Eastwood has created not one or two, but arguably nine."
Three veteran photographers reflect on their experiences photographing the many stories from the southern border in 2018 and provide some insight into their images.