On this day in history, February 25, 1964, Muhammad Ali knocks out Sonny Liston to win first world title
Twenty-two-year-old Muhammad Ali, then known as Cassius Clay, defeated reigning world boxing champ Sonny Liston on this day in history, Feb. 25, 1964, in Miami, Florida.
On this day in history, February 24, 1914, Joshua L. Chamberlain dies, college professor turned Civil War hero
Grandparents may have significant impact on a mom’s mental health, study finds: 'Wisdom and experience'
The Ultimate Product Placement: Thailand on ‘The White Lotus’
Season 3 of the hit HBO series is being shot in the lush Southeast Asian country, which is betting financial incentives given to the production will pay off in increased tourism numbers.
Celery Root Steaks Diane
Slabs of celery root get the steak treatment, pan-cooked and then roasted until tender and paired with mushrooms in a classic, rich Diane sauce built on cognac, mustard and cream.
This is how we do it: ‘Keeping Fridays free for sex helps us get through our stressful weeks’
Ava and Lucas’s full-on lives mean they have to carve out time for intimacy – even if it’s just for a quickie How do you do it? Share the story of your sex life, anonymously Intimacy gives me the ability to remind myself I am loved and needed, in the face of this constant string of stress Continue reading...
I always believed my funny, kind father was killed by a murderous teenage gang. Three decades on, I discovered the truth
A rescue dog saved him from addiction
Mike Favor spent 13 years addicted to cocaine. Running a shelter for abandoned and abused dogs has helped him and others stay sober. But it hasn’t been easy.