At different times, both authors played the role of Sugar in the popular "Dear Sugar" advice column. Now, it's becoming a podcast.
Fans expect Colbert to abandon his conservative caricature, as he leaves "The Colbert Report" to take over for David Letterman.
The singer and painter's longstanding love of bossa nova is evident in this concert.
Michael Garcia was tasked with looking into corruption in the bidding process to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi is one of seven men charged with planning and helping to carry out the 2008 attack that killed more than 160 people. Federal prosecutors had opposed the bail plea.
Americans under 38 have only experienced one presidential election that did not involve a Bush or a Clinton.
Many feel the president has caved to the Castro government and given away much more than it will get for scaling back the embargo.
Florida Republican Carlos Curbelo calls the policy change "reckless." His parents are Cuban exiles who fled Cuba in the 1960s.
Listeners chime in with their own favorites, including Chicano Batman and Helado Negro.
A new report looks at the top causes of death in 188 countries. Infectious diseases are less of a threat than in 1990 but please, look both ways before you cross the street.
Public health officials in California are trying to understand why Latino babies are contracting whooping cough at much higher rates than other babies.
An improved version of India's largest space-launch vehicle carried an unmanned crew capsule that was recovered after splashdown in the Andaman Sea.
Markus Kaarma shot 17-year-old Diren Dede, who had entered his garage, over the summer. The case was a test of the state's "castle doctrine," which says a man's home can be defended like his castle.
Maternal love among chimpanzees is abundant, says commentator Barbara J. King. But things can take an unexpected turn, as in this short video when a mom covets her son's nut-cracking tools.
Soccer's governing body will, among other things, discuss preparations for the 2018 World Cup. But it's the resignation of Michael Garcia over his corruption report that is likely to draw attention.
A long-awaited review of public libraries in the U.K. calls for them to expand digital services and offer a "retail-standard environment" akin to coffee shops.
Public health has a way of slipping off the radar when people aren't scared about Ebola or anthrax. But that doesn't mean the threats go away. And most states aren't prepared for the next one.
The Death Penalty Information Center, which opposes capital punishment, says executions dropped in part because some states had issues with their lethal injections.
In a year-end news conference, the Russian President said the worst-case scenario for his country's economy would involve two more years of unease.
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