Laughter Yoga utilizes voluntary laughing and interpersonal playfulness to boost spiritual well-being. Although the practice is nearly 20-years-old, it is only now gaining in popularity in places like Hong Kong and the UK.
The world's population is expected to hit 10 billion this century. Future widespread hunger is a palpable fear. New research shows that it need not be.
The town council at the center of the recent Greece vs. Galloway Supreme Court ruling hosted its first atheist invocation this week. Dan Courtney's speech quoted Immanuel Kant and warned of the government turning a deaf ear to its citizens.
The Uniform Law Commission supports a plan that would grant loved ones access to a deceased person's social media accounts unless otherwise specified in a will. Opponents of the plan say it infringes upon privacy rights.
Regardless of your feelings about the questionable ways they're funded, baseball stadiums are marvelous pieces of architecture that have come a long way since the cookie-cutter concrete doughnuts of the 1970s.
Stressful days boost insulin levels and slow down your metabolism, causing your body to burn calories at a slower rate.
Sorry, Orange. Black is the new black. A new material created by British researchers absorbs all but 0.035% of visible light.
In 2010, Fatima Arjoun became the first female general in Algeria's military. After promoting three more women this year, Algeria has risen to the top of the Arab world in including women in high-ranking military positions.
The New Horizons spacecraft, which launched in 2006, will be the first man-made object to pass by and collect information on Pluto when it arrives at the dwarf planet on July 14, 2015.
Steve Sellery, owner of RisingTide Sports & Entertainment, designs experiential events and marketing programs. His latest venture is an interactive game show for military bases.
Borat Who? The oil-rich former Soviet country is becoming a major player in the world energy sector, building ties with both Russia and the United States.
Lyft, the pink mustache peer-to-peer ride-sharing company, has postponed its New York City Launch after being hit with a restraining order by the state attorney general.
The rebirth of bicycle ridership has been a triumph for some, a curse for others. While bicycle infrastructure has been found to save cities money, not all urban dwellers appreciate what it means for the state of civic transit.
With their sources of drinking water nearly dried up, the thirsty town of Wichita Falls has incorporated treated wastewater into its water supply.