He'd never drawn before. Then he was asked to depict the Colombian rain forest he knew so well. Naturalists cherish the ink-and-watercolor works of Abel Rodriguez. And so do art lovers.
To sell your artisanal products in Brooklyn these days, you need a good story. Meet the Timmy Brothers, a fictional Brooklyn pair who have "a thirst for helping people become less thirsty."
Researchers say they've figured out how to remove things like chain-link fences, raindrops, and glass reflections from photos.
The fragment washed ashore on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean and was taken to France for testing.
As many as 600 people are believed to have been crowded into a fishing boat — including "100 in the hull," a U.N. official says.
Critics say the law will lead to excessive testing and confusion, but supporters say it puts healthcare firmly in the hands of the individual.
Hear the passionate Southern R&B of the Alabama-born singer, performed live in the studio.
J. Ryan Stradal brings his memories of the kitchens he grew up in, as well as his culinary adventures, to his debut novel.
Hear from artists like Robin and Linda Williams, Peggy Seeger and Kathy Mattea as they pay tribute to the late folksinger Jean Ritchie.
Platinum-selling Seattle duo return with a direct, emotive take on parenting and change.
It will soon be easier for millions of Americans to compare their paycheck to the CEO's.
Gloom can be thrilling. No, really. Pleasure Leftists' moody, relentlessly driving post-punk track is spun out of orbit by a warbly bass line and vocals that wail sky-high.
What the secret to long-lasting milk? A complex system of refrigeration called the cold chain. But in some parts of developing countries, the chain doesn't exist, leaving a lot of milk to spoil.
Ku-umba Frank Lacy provides vocals on the new record by the Mingus Big Band. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says the album, which is dedicated to the late Charles Mingus, is "worthy of the Mingus brand."
Former NFL player Darren Sharper pleaded guilty to rape charges involving nine women in four states. ProPublica reporter T. Christian Miller says local police weren't sharing information.
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.