Omar Saif Ghobash was 6 when an assassin killed his father, who was a diplomat from the United Arab Emirates. His new book is a collection of letters to his sons, urging them to reject extremism.
Tattoo artist Keith, "BANG BANG" McCurdy was a high school dropout who went from tattooing outside of a Delaware trailer park, to becoming the personal tattoo artist of supermodels and pop stars.
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While students from Norland Middle School might be on the big screen, they say their drama teacher, Tanisha Cidel, is the real star.
The DNA Discussion Project encourages students and staff to take a genetic test and see how the results match what they've been taught about their ancestry.
The company has typically been focused on the defense industry, but the new release of products is aimed at consumers.
A crowded commuter train smashed into a bumper block and partly derailed as it pulled into Brooklyn's Atlantic Terminal on Wednesday morning. The injuries reported so far have been largely minor.
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The Bravo TV executive behind "Real Houswives" and host of "Watch What Happens Live" sits down with Here & Now's Robin Young.
NPR correspondent David Folkenflik talks with Here & Now’s Robin Young about Kelly’s decision to leave the network she’s helped dominate cable news.
Looking to eat healthier in the new year? Cutting down the amount of meat in your diet — even for just one day a week — is one way to start.
From the pubs and clubs of home to international festival stages, great live performances electrify this hour of music.
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President Obama heads to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to talk to Democrats about how to protect the Affordable Care Act from being dismantled by Republicans.