Here's a look at how the time around Halloween is celebrated in seven countries outside of the United States.
Her book, out Oct. 18, is a memoir, cookbook and retelling of Puerto Rican history. It's also a testament to her life's work of documenting and preserving the food of the Puerto Rican diaspora.
Social media has been filled with videos of Black children watching the teaser of the trailer for the new Little Mermaid movie, which stars Bailey.
The Museum of Modern Art shows the colorful works of Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, a prolific artist from the Ivory Coast who documented his Bété culture — and even created a pictograph language.
Africa's metalheads have a bold vision. We talk to Edward Banchs, author of a new book about Africa's metal scene, and to a heavy metal singer in Botswana known as "Vulture."
Heat wave researcher Gulrez Shah Azhar grew up in Uttar Pradesh, India, without an A/C unit. He shares tips on how to deal with the heat — including wearing a wet scarf around your neck.
This summer, artisans from Kenya, Mongolia and Uganda shared the story of their centuries-old traditional crafts — including the art of "barkcloth," declared a UNESCO world heritage "masterpiece."
Pakistanis weigh in on the new Disney+ show, which features the story of Kamala Khan, a Pakistani American teen who discovers her superpowers in her grandmother's bangle.
A Reddit user claimed that while visiting a friend's house in Sweden, he had to sit in another room while the family ate dinner. The story ignited a conversation about how the rest of the world eats.
The 7-member band hails from a conservative part of the country. They sing about female genital cutting, child marriage and gender equality. And they rock.
That's how Paul Spiegel characterizes the reception — and medical services — offered by European nations. He spent 7 weeks on the scene for the World Health Organization to assess the situation.
In the funny and heartfelt coming-of-age graphic memoir 'Messy Roots,' artist Laura Gao unpacks their relationship with their Asianness, queerness and their ever-changing home city of Wuhan.
Cryptocurrencies are money that only exist in the internet. Still, they have to be made by computers somewhere, and the pitch to let that be somewhere close to you can be very persuasive.