Chrisette Michele laughs as she turns to her hit-making collaborator and confidant, Ne-Yo, who's seated nearby at Electric Lady Studios in the West Village.
These vivid scenes are on display at New York's French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF), part of a small show of Haitian paintings borrowed from the vast collection of acclaimed film director Jonathan Demme.
"Americans, we're getting better," says Alfre Woodard, sounding, well, presidential. "But it's hard."
Africans have more genetic variation than anyone else on Earth, according to a new study that helps narrow the location where humans first evolved, probably near the South Africa-Namibia border.
Partially built into the base of a mountain and largely surrounded by trees, Monticello's new visitor center blends into the central Virginia landscape.
Tim Brown played on a high school football team that won four games in three seasons and he went to Notre Dame thinking about a career as a computer scientist.
Even from a young age, author Alice Walker was keeping a record.