At the Getty Center, a collection of images depicting how people thought about, used and imagined gardens in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Marriage? House? Kids? Millennials are less likely to define adulthood by these traditional milestones, citing more amorphous goals like "accepting responsibility for yourself."
Despite coming off a title and his first 6-0, 6-0 win in almost eight years, Roger Federer enters Wimbledon perhaps more vulnerable to an early upset than he's been in a decade.
The Boston Bruins hold a two games to one lead in the Stanley Cup finals and have held the Chicago Blackhawks without a goal since the first period of Game 2—a span of more than 122 minutes.
Researchers from the Navy, the NASA and academia are studying causes and potential treatments of motion sickness, hoping to formulate better products for situations that range from the extreme to the mundane.
On Thursday, a federal judge in California will decide whether the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit merits expanding from a handful of athletes to the thousands that the plaintiffs say have been harmed by being kept high and dry from the NCAA's revenue stream.
The Cincinnati Bengals agreed this week to take a second turn on the HBO series "Hard Knocks." Does appearing on a reality show really have an impact on how the team will fare on the field?
To his fans, it might seem a stretch that jazz guitarist and 20-time Grammy winner Pat Metheny has taken on the music of avant-garde composer John Zorn. It shouldn't.
"Genome: Unlocking Life's Code" commemorates the discovery of DNA and the completion of the Human Genome Project.
The Alabama-Texas A&M game on Sept. 14 has already sparked a ticket-buying frenzy, but it's also having an impact on another, even scarcer commodity: hotel rooms.