Lower costs, less competition and diverse ingredients are prompting chefs like Daniel Kayser of Cafe Boulud to leave NYC. The NYT reports.» Read More
Are you approaching 40? According to research from Australia, the U.K. and Germany you could be having a mid-life crisis.
In observation of Thursday's International Day of Happiness, designated by the United Nations, we are asking: which makes you happier, wealth or well-being?
Shacking up before marriage doesn't really mean much for divorce rates. No, something else makes the big difference.
Amid the luxurious surroundings of Wimbledon is a chance to make an unusual investment that could see returns of over 200 percent.
Retailers in China are hoping to feel a double dose of love this year as Chinese Valentine's Day coincides with the Western one, a first in 19 years.
Choosing the right person to spend the rest of your life with is one of the most important decisions you can make, and with so many fish in the sea, more singles are heading online to find their soul mate.
Shirley Temple, the child star who sang and danced her way into the hearts of Depression-era moviegoers, has died, according to her publicist.
Whether a cheating spouse is forgiven may depend on whether an affair is emotional or physical, a survey by an infidelity website found.
The 2022 soccer World Cup will not be played in the summer months in Qatar, according to FIFA's general secretary.
Golf is a multibillion-dollar global industry – and a sport that China is increasingly keen of joining.
Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's much-loved giant rubber yellow duck exhibit was a victim of an earthquake in Taiwan last week.
Despite concerns about pollution and slowing economic growth, China offers expatriates the best overall experience, according to a HSBC survey.
It's confession time: have you ever called in sick when you weren't ill? The Asia Squawk Box team discusses a survey of outrageous sick day excuses.
A breakthrough technique that can generate human hair growth shows promise for treating baldness in men and women.
An injured kangaroo managed to make its way into Melbourne Airport on Wednesday. The New York Times reports.
What does a rapidly aging population mean for governments and the economy? CNBC finds out in this special report about Asia's "silver tsunami."
New research has found that kids with better verbal and cognitive abilities are more likely to start drinking earlier than their less-bright peers.
The world's smallest dog, a fire-breathing dragon and a skateboarding goat are just some of the newest entries into the Guinness Book of World Records for 2014.
Lola, a six-clawed lobster, has a genetic mutation but will be served up in an exhibit case at the Maine State Aquarium rather than on a dinner table.
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