Reality takes a break in stunning photography exhibit
Saying JeeYoung Lee's artwork is unique is an incredible understatement. Lee, a recent graduate of Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea, shoots photographs of sets she created that were inspired by her heart, memory and dreams. The results are beautiful, bizarre and well worth a look.
Say Hello to Trending Now's New Host: Ralphie Aversa
With my first official week coming to a close, and no sign of anyone asking me not to return (yet), I figured it was time for a formal introduction. I'm Ralphie Aversa, and I'm the new host of ‚ÄúTrending Now‚ÄĚ at Yahoo!
Woman Sheds 110 Pounds, Joins Army
You hear all kinds of reasons why people want to lose weight. Some drop pounds for a loved one or for their health; others do it because they're about to go on vacation and simply want to look a little more fit in their swimsuit.
Photos of the day - December 6, 2013
An image of late South African President Nelson Mandela is projected on the facade of Paris town hall, December 6, 2013. South African anti-apartheid hero Mandela died peacefully at home in Johannesburg at the age of 95 on Thursday after months fighting a lung infection, leaving his nation and the world in mourning for a man revered as a moral giant. (REUTERS/Charles Platiau)
Coffee shop holds food drive for tip jar thief
Here's something to help restore your faith in humanity. The Nervous Dog Coffee Shop is holding a food drive to help benefit a man who allegedly stole money from the baristas' tip jar.
Movie Ratings: Who Sets the Actual Movie Rating?
Planning to take the kids to a PG-13 movie this holiday season? If so, one thing you'll likely see in the film is gun violence. That's because a recent study in the scientific journal, ‚ÄúPediatrics‚ÄĚ found that gun violence in PG-13 films has tripled since the rating was first introduced in 1985. Some people are concerned that if teenagers are repeatedly exposed to guns onscreen they may become emotionally desensitized to violence...
A photo of President Nelson Mandela will celebrate his 80th birthday on July 18, 1998. Events planned around the country are due to run for at least a month and include celebratory parties for underpriveleged children, as well as concerts featuring local and international artists. (Getty Images)
Hillary? Biden? They'd both be great, Obama says
There may come a day when President Barack Obama has to say whether he'd rather hand the keys to the White House to Vice President Joe Biden or former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. That day is not today.