One half of The Books edited and directed this retro-collage video for the first single from his upcoming solo album, IF.
Cumin has been popular since the dawn of written history: It's the only English word that can be traced directly back to Sumerian. Since then it has insinuated itself into cuisines around the world.
Though it never panned out, the sugar industry backed research to develop a vaccine to fight tooth decay, old industry documents reveal. Researchers say the goal was to deflect efforts to limit sugar.
This roughed-up, rootsy take on one of Prince's most ecstatic pop songs — out on Record Store Day — makes good on an April Fools' Day prank that fans wished wasn't a joke.
Earl Lloyd, the NBA's first black player, wasn't celebrated like Jackie Robinson, but today, Lloyd's league occupies a far bigger place in the black — and global — imagination.
A dentist unearths documents detailing the sugar industry's influence over the National Institutes of Health's research agenda in the 1960s and 1970s. At issue: setting limits for sugar intake.
Officials and witnesses say an Iraqi force now controls part of northern Tikrit, the city that was taken last June by the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
Rachel Hartman continues her tale of half-dragon musician and unwilling diplomat Seraphina in Shadow Scale. Reviewer Amal El-Mohtar says the new book doesn't just live up to the old, it outgrows it.
Pop Culture Happy Hour regulars Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon talk about the TBS competition show King Of The Nerds.
Police say two armored trucks carrying jewels and other items worth some $9.5 million were seized last night by heavily armed attackers on the highway between Paris and Lyon.
Adolescents get a bad rep for being irrational. The bad news is: It's kinda deserved. The good news is: Every teen brain comes equipped with an internal Mr. Spock, trying to keep them safe.
Also: A purported ISIS video appears to show a child executing a man; the Houston Ship Channel is still partially closed after a collision; and the Iditarod Sled Dog Race is underway.
The men were in a video of Sigma Alpha Epsilon members singing a racist chant. They have apologized, with one of the now-former fraternity brothers saying he had learned "a devastating lesson."
Two men who were in a video of Sigma Alpha Epsilon members singing a racist chant have apologized, with one of the now-former fraternity brothers saying he had learned "a devastating lesson."