In drought-stricken California, firefighters have their hands full battling nearly a dozen major wildfires that have destroyed dozens of homes and forced thousands of people to evacuate.
We set up a portrait studio at an event for homeless veterans — and asked them to pick which photo they liked. Meet nine of the veterans we photographed, and look at how they want to be seen.
Although it's a common Chinese dish, hongshao rou (red-braised pork), can be tricky to master. The key is to use two different types of soy sauce — light and dark.
"It's about us breaking up as a couple and also about changing weather," Phil Elverum says of "I Want Wind To Blow" from The Microphones' 2001 album, The Glow Pt. 2.
Marina Silva could become the first self-proclaimed "green" president of a major economy. But environmentalists aren't sure she could achieve change in a country with vested agro-business interests.
It seems every time you turn around in the early primary states, you bump into another potential — let's say likely — candidate for president. New Jersey's Chris Christie is one of them.
The CBS dramas about women juggling family lives and high-intensity jobs showcase excellent acting. But while The Good Wife is one of the best shows on TV, Madam Secretary's writing is disappointing.
Alt.Latino celebrates the singer-songwriter and Soda Stereo leader, with guest host Ernesto Lechner.
The high-energy string band weaves '60s R&B and rock into folk and bluegrass for a distinct sound.
A new study bolsters the theory that chimpanzees kill rivals as an adaptation to their natural environment and not as a result of human impact.
In the rollout of its new mobile operating system, Apple says it has made it technically impossible for the company to unlock phone data, even in response to a law enforcement warrant.
With ear probes, infrared cameras and laser beams pointed at your forehead, airports around the world are trying to stop infected passengers before they board a plane.
Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace, has received a doctorate after what appears to be just a few months in the program. This has renewed speculation that she could eventually succeed her 90-year-old husband.
City Supervisor Scott Wiener said he is taking a pill that can dramatically reduce the risk of HIV infection. He appears to be the first elected official to have gone public with the decision.
The legendary stand-up discusses "crossing the line" in comedy. Then, in his signature voice, he whispers sweet nothings into your ear in a game about famous romances throughout history.
Watch the Swedish pop group perform its single "Klapp Klapp" live for Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Small statues made by our ancestors 35,000 years ago are often interpreted as sex objects or even pornography. Anthropologist Barbara J. King offers a different perspective.
Hear three songs from the 29-year-old bluesman's new album, Don't Call No Ambulance.
Petro Poroshenko arrives in the U.S. to meet with the president and others to lobby for increased aid to his embattled government.
We're wrapping up the show with a game featuring the letters R-A-P. All answers contain those letters in consecutive order. For example, "a long-haired lady in fairy tales" is "Rapunzel."