Standing casually and turning their heads to stare straight at the camera, Ndakazi and Ndeze look like any cool selfie pros - only these posers are gorillas.
As a new war reached the Libyan capital, businessman Mustafa Iskandar opened an art gallery and cultural center, hoping to draw attention to a long-neglected old city in need of revival.
The Swedish phenomenon of "plogging", where joggers combine their run with picking up the trash they find in nature, is going global as both environment and fitness fanatics benefit from the new...
Jack McGrath marketed his eatery to parents of teens, and to cross-state motorists.
Samara's Eric Anderson is a protégé of James Beard Award-winning chef Greg Higgins, and he has a knack for manipulating smoke, heat and flame in a way that doesn’t obliterate food’s innate taste.
Readers rant about Russell Wilson contract, rave about help at hospital
Being the chief caregiver can be overwhelming. Step up and be more involved in parent’s care, Carolyn Hax advises sibling.
Greek artist Virginia Axioti's work is seen by thousands of people every week, but none of it is digital.
There are a number of day-trips from Lisbon that are easily accessible by bus, train, or even Uber. If you make the city your home base for a week or two, you can take in UNESCO sites and stunning coastal villages to your heart's content — and see much more than if you'd stayed put.
Photographer: Blaine Amidon Photo taken: April 12, 2019, in the Skagit Valley near Mount Vernon Photographer’s description: “During a break between rainstorms I was able to drive to the Skagit Valley and get a few shots. The clouds broke up nicely for me to get this shot. The red tulips really popped out against the scattered clouds and […]
A reader reports that pineapple juice cured a case of the hiccups. But how? Plus: Acupuncture proves to be a successful alternative therapy for restless legs syndrome.
Wedged between Germany, France and the Netherlands, Belgium often gets lost in the mix. But this overlooked country rewards with some of Europe’s finest cuisine, including the best beer, creamiest chocolates and tastiest French fries.
Odds are most of the time you try to make the “right” food choice — or at least the best possible choice. When you don’t, you might kick yourself for having no willpower, but you might actually have decision fatigue.
There are high-fives to spare in the LGBTQ-focused Century 21 league.
The U.N. health agency said Wednesday that kids under 5 should not spend more than one hour watching screens every day — and that less is better.
The Seattle-area classic is celebrating 35 years of making Oprah-certified-great fried chicken — food writer (and longtime fan) Bethany Jean Clement talks with co-founder Lewis Rudd about what makes Ezell's so golden-good.
Readers rant about bus-only lane violators, rave about help after fall
It’s their day, writes the bride-to-be. Shouldn’t she and the groom get what they want?
Romanians are among the least avid readers in the European Union, but an Open Books Night to promote reading now in its seventh year has proved a big hit.
TOKYO — It’s a short hop from Pyongyang to Vladivostok by plane. There’s even a semiregular flight. But for his first summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has once again opted to go by train. And while they aren’t quite as flashy as the “Beast,” which President Donald […]
Air carrier JetSuiteX celebrates its third year of service with an announcement of new daily service from Seattle's Boeing Field to Oakland.
Last week, the state Senate voted 46-2 to get Washington state off the twice-a-year time-change seesaw and adopt permanent daylight saving time. Amendments to House Bill 1196 made in the Senate were accepted by the House in Tuesday morning's vote.
Readers rant about Metro #37 service, rave about help retrieving runaway puppy
Head ice cream maker Tyler Malek shares secrets about some of those flavors in the new "Salt & Straw Ice Cream Cookbook."
Here are a few ideas for taking advantage of this handy ingredient.
Thailand's royal astrologer cast King Maha Vajiralongkorn's horoscope on Tuesday in an important ritual to prepare for his elaborate coronation ceremonies next week.
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate have released three new photographs of their youngest son, Prince Louis, to mark his first birthday on Tuesday.
Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, an American actress of African-American heritage, was a historic moment for Britain's royal family. Some say the imminent birth of their baby is, if anything,...
In an underground room in Amman, a small group of Jordanians swing giant hammers at an old television, computer and printer, wrecking the machines, and then hit a car windscreen, shattering the glass...
(This April 19 story corrects paragraph 3 to say Keukenhof is in Lisse)
Pondering whether her job is the right fit and whether her romantic relationship is meant to be, Jarunun Sangjun, 27, does what any typical Thai would do: seek out a fortune-teller for advice.
Several thousand people flocked to a private arena in northwest Bosnia on Saturday to cheer on their favorite horses during a traditional pre-Easter log-towing contest.
Wang Jianfeng is no ordinary barber. The 39-year-old from Shaoxing in eastern China specializes in sculpting images of famous faces on to the backs of his clients' heads.
Archaeologists on Thursday unveiled an unusually large tomb on Luxor's west bank dated to ancient Egypt's 18th dynasty.
A Hungarian winemaker in the Tokaj region known for its golden dessert wine is selling a vintage for $40,000 a bottle, hoping to revive the royal heritage of a wine revered by kings and connoisseurs.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attended the Maundy service on Thursday accompanied by her granddaughter Princess Eugenie, where the monarch distributed coins to pensioners, an ancient tradition ahead of...
Californians can eat chocolate bunnies and snuggle plush Peter Cottontail dolls to their heart's content this Easter.
Rome's "Holy Stairs," which some Catholics believe were climbed by Jesus in Jerusalem, have been uncovered from a protective wooden casing for the first time in nearly three centuries and restored.
At St. Catherine's Monastery at the foot of Egypt's Mount Sinai, the silence in the library is broken only by low electrical humming, as an early manuscript is bathed in green light.
In Ryan Hatrick's London kitchen, Prince William and his wife Kate smile from lined up royal-themed mugs, a magnet of Queen Elizabeth sticks to the oven, and a tea towel marking Prince Harry's...