Public discussion in the U.S. about wine and health has centered around the "French paradox," the theory that the French maintain somewhat unhealthy lifestyles without significant risk for heart disease in part due to their enthusiastic consumption of red wine.
For many of us, listening to music is a visceral experience. We don’t just hear it — we feel it too. But for some people with a condition called synesthesia, music isn’t just heard or felt, they can actually see it.
Earlier this summer, 55 boxes were loaded onto a U.S. military plane to fly from South Korea to Hawaii. The boxes are believed to contain the remains of service members killed in the Korean War and were turned over by North Korea. For Susan Kee, the development is personal.
Chants of "build the wall" were a common occurrence on President Trump’s campaign trail and his efforts to find the $5 million dollars in federal funding to complete the project will likely be front and center when funding debates kick off this fall.
For African-American women, wearing your “natural hair” can be liberating. They no longer feel the pressure to conform to mainstream — straight — hairstyles. But, what rights do they have when it comes to how they wear their hair in the workplace?
With hurricane Florence approaching the eastern seaboard, new documents reveal that the Department of Homeland Security in June transferred $10 million dollars from FEMA's budget to help pay for the increasing cost of I.C.E.'s crackdown on migrants crossing the border.
One million people have been ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Florence powers its way to the Carolina coast, carrying dangerous winds of 125 miles per hour. But what about the people forced to stay behind and face the storm? And how are the most vulnerable preparing for an impending disaster?