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Chef Jacques Torres pays tribute to Julia Child and remembers the times cooking with her.
The Mars "Curiosity" rover's mission to the red planet has been hailed as a success, so why does NASA want to keep going back to the same place again and again? Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory explain.
From the murky swamp of The Forge, to the haunting Satis House and the well-appointed halls of London, explore the varied worlds of Great Expectations in this slideshow.
The Republican presidential race has turned into a national dead heat, especially in Iowa where the first votes will be cast in two weeks. Gwen Ifill discusses the candidates' momentum with Stuart Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report and USA Today's Susan Page.
The Senate voted 51 to 48 Wednesday to approve highly contested legislation that would raise taxes on high income earners while lowering taxes on middle income earners.
Americans Shane Bauer and Joshua Fattal were reunited with their families Wednesday in Oman after spending more than two years in Iranian prison. The men were convicted of spying and sentenced to eight years in prison, but were freed on bond.
Head injuries sidelined 11 players this week -- four of whom entered the week already having dealt with concussions a combined 19 times before.
Learn the trick to transforming wonton wrappers into these ghostly treats.
The year 2012 in international news held moments of terror when a cruise ship capsized off the coast of Italy and moments of joy in London's Olympic Games. We take a look back at some of the year's most significant events.
A geriatrician says doctors should pay less attention to the numbers.