Today’s students who go abroad can stay completely connected to parents and friends back home.
Meditation retreats can last from a day to a week, at everywhere from monasteries to spas and hotels.
Testing out the travel deals from warehouse stores.
Police are looking for two people who abandoned their SUV after the vehicle fatally struck three teenage girls who were trick-or-treating in the Los Angeles area.
“Killing Patton” stays atop nonfiction book sales list.
“Black Prophetic Fire” a top-selling nonfiction seller.
A look at two exquisite dresses in the Metropolitan’s exhibition, “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire.”
TV picks for Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, include a marathon of Season 1 of the French drama “The Returned” on Sundance, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Fox and “Olive Kitteridge” on HBO.
People’s Pharmacy on a home remedy to treat painful joint inflammation, Vitam C for colds and soap to ease muscle cramps.
“Winter depression,” or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), tends to hit women harder than men. Here are some steps you can take to avoid it, or lessen symptoms.
An interview with 10 residents of Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson, Md., who collectively have lived more than 1,000 years of life.
Notes and links the morning after the Huskies' 38-23 victory at Colorado:
Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn writes that “Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson” is one of the best-written pieces of nonfiction she’s ever read.
We reveal the winners of The Seattle Times Create a Newsprint Masterpiece contest, the latest in our series of DIY competitions.
An annotated list of three noteworthy new biographies: “Gandhi Before India,” “The Crusades of Cesar Chavez” and “Penelope Fitzgerald: A Life.”
English historian A.N. Wilson’s “Victoria: A Life” is a comprehensive, entertaining and at times humorous biography of England’s longest-ruling queen.
In his new novel, “Norah Webster,” Irish author Cólm Toibín explores the world of a recently widowed mother in small-town Ireland in the late 1960s. Toibín appears Nov. 3 at Town Hall Seattle — sponsored by Seattle Arts & Lectures.
Bryan Stevenson’s dramatic and arresting memoir “Just Mercy” tells the story of the Harvard Law School graduate’s mission to take on the defense of the most hopeless of the accused in the United States’ legal system. Stevenson appears Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Seattle Pub
Maybe conservative hard-liners are more rabid in support of those who validate their views than the rest of us are in pursuit of simple truth, writes syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr.
Candidates in crucial Senate races are clashing over women's issues and the economy, and both parties are predicting victory in Tuesday's election that will determine Senate control.