When a video game store closed in 1998, hundreds of sealed Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis cartridges were stored and forgotten. Now, a collection of the top-graded items has been appraised.
With a legendary musical career that spans decades, John Cale is still restlessly creating and collaborating on new music.
Casey McIntyre decided she wanted her legacy to be clearing medical debt. But her husband says they never dreamed it would get this big.
The Pontifex has long used his platform to advocate for climate change awareness. Now he's attending one of the biggest conferences seeking to address it.
History, intrigue and a misprint combine so that a single stamp from 1918 recently sold for big bucks.
Michael Chow has worn many hats in his 84 years. A new documentary about his life, a.k.a. Mr Chow, paints the portrait of a man who has endured hardship, and found creative outlets to cope.
Harvard professor Jenny Hoffman ran from San Francisco to New York City to beat the world record for fastest woman to run across America.
Growing up, it felt like you were either the kid with all the American Girl dolls, or you knew the kid with all the American Girl dolls. A new book examines this cultural force.
The morning of the Hamas attack on Israel, Yair Golan — a former member of Israel's parliament and a major general in the country's military reserves — leapt into action.
In just over 200 pages, E.J. Koh's debut novel spans decades to tell the individual stories of lives impacted by the Korean War.
There has been notable progress in Asian American representation in film over the past few years. One author explores how the journey to this point wasn't always easy.
The queen of rom-coms plays with the genre in What Happens Later.
When the driest place in North America and one of the hottest places on Earth becomes a desert oasis complete with a lake, it's impossible not to take note.
Witches have long cast a spell on our imaginations, but real people practice witchcraft too. One woman dedicated a year to find out what it means to be a practicing witch.
Adam Kinzinger describes himself as a Republican moderate; something he says is a dying breed in American politics.