Crew members on the International Space Station sampled red romaine lettuce Monday, the first food to be grown and eaten in space.
Speaking with NPR's Steve Inskeep, the president addressed critics of the Iran nuclear deal and whether he feels more free to address racial issues now.
An emo-punk band draws inspiration from Dianic tradition and a Mexican revenge story.
This is a duo meant to make music together. And a song from their debut album is their shimmering dream come true.
He was one of racing's fastest drivers, the first in NASCAR to take a car to 200 mph on a closed course. Months after a lung cancer diagnosis, Buddy Baker has died.
With just a keyboard and a microphone, the singer takes to a rowboat in the lightly choppy waters off Far Rockaway, Queens, to perform his song "No Other Heart."
Paul Thomas Anderson directs this winter stroll through New York City for "Sapokanikan." The video offers the first taste from Divers, Joanna Newsom's first new album in five years.
The spill on Wednesday sent heavy metals, arsenic, and other contaminants into a waterway that flows into the San Juan National Forest. Estimates of its size have risen sharply since then.
Many Americans say they would not vote for an atheist for president. It's based on incorrect assumptions about the connection between ethical behavior and religious belief, says Tania Lombrozo.
It's mostly elderly men — chatting daily about their grandchildren, boats and weekend trips. Here's an example: "Hi Mel, Have a good lunch. Weather still cool and variable."
Scientists have found cannabis in fragments of several pipes found in William Shakespeare's garden. The clay pipes date to early 1600s, meaning he might have been smoking more than tobacco.