Phyllis Ramberg, 85, lives alone in Hyattsville, Maryland, in the same house her parents lived in for many decades.
When they work together, chemical reactions take place smoothly. Body systems are kept in balance.
Los Angeles, California is the second largest city in population, after New York City. Los Angeles has several nicknames.
Recently one such convention was held in Washington and drew thousands of visitors.
In the Washington area, Larry Graves, who closely resembles President Barack Obama, entertains people at conferences and other events as an Obama look-alike.
Don Taylor spent 26 years of his life as a police officer in Detroit, the city where he was born and raised. It was a dangerous job, but one he is fond of.
Biologist Diana Wall went to the ends of the earth - the seemingly lifeless Antarctic desert - to study the life in soil.
As the funeral procession made its way to the cathedral, opponents of Thatcher lined the route...
If one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, then the Brightmoor neighborhood of Detroit is John George’s gold mine.
The exhibit at Berlin’s Jewish museum seeks to answer frequently asked questions about Jews.
The rise of emerging economies, a stagnant Europe and the plight of the world's poor takes center stage.
It is here at last: the Washington D.C. spring, when America’s capital bursts into color.