Natalia Molchanova was one of the top divers of all time, breaking records and plunging hundreds of feet on a single breath.
Lack of knowledge about the drug, as well as stigma attached to sleeping with men or perceived promiscuity, are major barriers for PrEP treatment. Many also have concerns about costs and side effects.
Critics say the deal will give Iran billions of dollars in sanction relief and allow it to maintain an advanced nuclear program.
Google recently came under sharp criticism after researchers found a major flaw in Android would let hackers take over smartphones. Now it's launching a new system to protect phones regularly.
Blue catfish were introduced to local waterways decades ago for sport, but are now considered an invasive species.
UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is dominating her sport, and Elena Delle Donne is leading her WNBA team toward the playoffs.
The Kardashians aren't the only ones known for the gravelly vocal effect. It's prevalent among young women nationwide.
A young couple in New Hampshire with over $150,000 of debt hopes that college will be more affordable for future generations.
More than 20 major fires are burning around the drought-stricken state, forcing some 13,000 people from their homes.
The video for this creeping doom-metal waltz layers an array of cult images on top of each other.
We know that Shonda Rhimes doesn't want to talk about her legacy, that Olivia Pope is a questionable role model, and a few other things about Thursday nights on ABC.
In a speech today at American University, the president will try to convince the public that the nuclear deal is the best way to handle Iran.
Jeff Bartsch's new novel is about a brainy couple who, after meeting at a 1960s spelling bee, conduct their troubled love affair through secret clues in the crosswords they compose for newspapers.
More than 280,000 public comments in favor of the proposed pay ratio rule have been submitted to the SEC since the rule was formally proposed in 2013.
The streets of Copenhagen turn into a '70s-flavored dance party in the Danish indie-pop singer's first single since 2012.
An Australian duo spending time in Brooklyn makes quiet, intimate, yearning music. Hear a set including songs from their breakout album, Passerby.
The headline on the Vatican's official news site makes the point clearly: "Pope: divorced and remarried people not excommunicated."
More than 300 people survived, according to local media reports. Just minutes before the crashes, another train had passed safely over the same area.
Black Chalk hinges on a plot twist that we won't give away. But we will say it's the summer thriller we've been waiting for: about a teenage game that turns dangerous as its players become adults.