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At the New York Botanical Garden, this Seattle glassmaker is spreading his glass sculptures of plantlike forms (and more) among the real flora.
Having less stuff doesn’t always bring more zen. Like most things, living minimally is more complicated than it may seem.
The story of how Mr. Enninful became the new editor of British Vogue, one of the most powerful positions in fashion.
Irina Dvorovenko, a former principal ballerina, had to deglamorize to land her TV role. But she instinctively understood it: “It’s my childhood.”
The hacker or hackers, known as “thedarkoverlord,” demanded ransom after stealing 10 episodes of the next season of “Orange Is the New Black.”
The former headmasters left their emeritus positions after a report detailed allegations that teachers at the elite Connecticut boarding school had abused students.
Mr. Forkner met his future business partner, Joseph W. Rogers, by selling him a house. They went on to build a chain of restaurants on all-night service and filling fare.
Three tornadoes touched down east of Dallas, flipping cars, knocking down trees and destroying homes, the authorities said.
A Swiss climber acclaimed for his rapid ascents — including scaling dozens of peaks in the Alps in a little more than two months — was killed Sunday in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal, expedition organizers said.
Kyle Wiltjer averaged just over 10 3-point attempts in the D-League this season as he tries to develop at a position vital to Houston’s success.
With anti-authoritarian protests erupting across Eastern Europe, a pair of Slovakians are among the young people taking action.
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The pope, returning to Rome from a two-day trip to Egypt, says a nuclear conflict could be disastrous for “the future of humanity.”
Ms. Le Pen said she had reached an agreement with Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a right-wing politician who shares her distrust of the European Union.
A Cuban military plane crashed into a hillside Saturday in the western province of Artemisa, killing eight troops on board, the government said.
On the president’s 100th day in office, demonstrators descended on Washington in an attempt to drown out the administration’s climate change deniers.
The market “is not a stock casino,” says its top executive, despite startling jumps and drops in some stocks that have put a focus on Chinese traders.
A total of 3,974 civil servants were fired on Saturday, and internet users woke up to find that they no longer had access to the free online encyclopedia.