Happily disgusted? 15 new emotions ID'd :: In a new study, scientists have identified 15 additional "compound emotions," expressed by combining basic emotions. It's like using the primary colors blue and red to create purple.
Scotland's spectacular castles :: Scottish castles are stars of TV and film, and always take your breath away.
Scenes from the field ::
Anti-Barbie doll :: Doll with "real" proportions gets crowd-funded in 24 hours. WTAE's Wendy Bell reports.
A one of a kind friendship :: A two-legged chihuahua and a fluffy chicken have become best friends.
Karl Lagerfeld on trends :: Myleene Klass talks with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld about his latest fashion style.
China's dilemma with MH370 :: Over the past few days, the families of the 154 Chinese passengers who were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been oscillating between grief and visceral anger as the search for the plane carrying their loved ones continues.
'Batman helped me find my voice' :: Growing up, Joshua Paul Hawkins didn't have many role models.
Studying abroad could give you an edge in the job market :: When Ashley Blackmon sat down for her job interview for a marketing position in New York City, she didn't start off by talking about the business classes she had taken in college or her experience working at a financial services company.
Defiant Barcelona 'votes for the future' :: Barcelona's immediate footballing fortunes may be in some doubt, but the Spanish club's members voted Saturday to approve a proposal aimed at securing its long-term future.
How many elephants in the room? :: Elephants are a popular token of scale in measurements of very large things. Why, asks Anthony Reuben.
'Game of Thrones' promises surprises :: If you thought the Red Wedding was rough, "Game of Thrones" promises more blood and brutality when it returns to HBO for its fourth season on Sunday night (April 6).
The Middle East's new king of hotels :: With sparkling new air hubs and new tourism opportunities, some of the world's biggest hotel brands have spied the perfect opportunity to pitch up in the Middle East in recent years.
The Greek experiment :: Greece remains a risky economic experiment
India votes :: Today, in India's remote northeastern states of Assam and Tripura, the first wave of the country's 814 million eligible voters will cast their ballots as the largest election in world history gets underway.
Royal tour :: He can't even walk yet but Prince George took a momentous step on Monday in what's set to be a lifetime of royal duties.
11 practical Japan travel tips :: Japan isn't a country to which you just show up and wing it. Here's how to arrive prepared.
Europe's priciest restaurants :: You won't find financial crisis on the menu in these exclusive eateries, where the the food is rich and the diners richer.
Stock exchanges 'are like casinos' :: When a fake Twitter message from the Associated Press issued reports of two explosions at the White House last April, the Dow lost 140 points and S&P futures dropped 20 points.
Women voters key in Afghan vote :: It was only a few short years ago -- in 2001, prior to the U.S. invasion -- that Afghanistan's women were all but entirely marginalized.
China warns U.S. not to meddle in Hong Kong over democratic reform :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/lWoUhn62c-g/story01.htm
Nigeria clashes between Fulani herdsmen and vigilantes kill 72 :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/JgXqcnX44ys/story01.htm
Why is a baby facing a murder charge? :: A 9-month-old Pakistani boy bawled as he was fingerprinted and booked in Lahore on an attempted murder charge after his family members allegedly threw bricks at police trying to collect an unpaid bill.
Rwanda wasn't what I thought it would be :: When I first arrived in Rwanda's capital in 2012, I deliberately did not visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I did not want that experience to influence how I approached the country and its people.
Good journalism not safe, but vital :: Egypt and Afghanistan show risk - and necessity - of good journalism
So where's your flying car? :: By 2025, you could be commuting to work in this flying car that takes off and lands like a helicopter. No pilot's license required. No pilot's license is required— just five hours of training.
How this animal kills thousands :: There's a popular African proverb that seems particularly relevant to this World Health Day: "If you think you're too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito." Beyond their power to annoy, mosquitoes and other insects carry an outsized ability to kill, disable and disfigure people in massive numbers.
AUDIO: 'Rare condition which makes me smell' :: A woman says she wants to raise awareness about her condition which causes her to smell of "rotten garbage" and "sewage."
Russian flag over Ukrainian city :: Protestors raised the Russian flag over a provincial administration building in eastern Ukraine.
BJP says will ban foreign supermarkets if elected; fresh blow to global chains :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/JaR_tLtCEGo/story01.htm