Smartphones inch closer to becoming remote controls for your life at next week's 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The annual event is the largest gadget conference in the world, where major technology companies and scrappy startups can show off their latest innovations.
Judging by a preview event at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, one big gadget trend this year will be sensors that track almost everything in your daily life.
Bimini is a tiny land of simple pleasures.
Guiding children through grief and loss: For children, finding concrete ways to remember the person they've lost and vocalize their grief can be therapeutic, said psychologist and trauma specialist Therese Rando. "There are literally 43 separate sets of factors that combine to determine how a person mourns."
Charlie Beljan ended 2012 on an incredible high after a fairytale first victory on the PGA Tour, but his hopes of capitalizing on that breakthrough win have been blown away in the season-opener in Hawaii.
President Barack Obama has nominated his top counterterrorism adviser, John Brennan, to be the next director of the CIA. If there is an emerging Obama doctrine to deal with the threat from al Qaeda and its allies, it is clearly a rejection of the use of conventional military forces and a growing reliance instead on the use of drones and U.S. Special Operations Forces -- and Brennan has been central to Obama's policy.
GOP House's inaction on the Violence Against Women Act shows bigotry, Ilyse Hogue argues
Has New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made a serious miscalculation that could doom his prospects for national office, or is he savvier than his critics understand?
So Al Gore starts a liberal cable network, which turns into a complete and utter flop, then sells it to a Middle East potentate in a deal that will bring him an estimated $70 million.
Sectarian animosities are nothing new for Iraqis. But what is different this time around is that they are now playing out without some of the players that were once instrumental in enforcing the rules.
Now that French movie star Gérard Depardieu has become a Russian citizen, his compatriots are amused and angered, Matthew Fraser writes.
Syrian refugees in Lebanon are facing a bitter winter.
We do things when we're young and foolish; wiser heads should try to stop us. On Sunday, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin stayed in the game, worsening a leg injury. His coach shouldn't have let him play.