The sculptor who's immortalizing American sports heroes

You've probably seen this artist's work at your favorite stadium. From Michael Jordan to Vince Lombardi, Omri Amrany is capturing them for history.

Meet the 5th-grade teacher who now plays Einstein for a living

Solo artist Jack Fry's Einstein show brings the famous physicist’s life to the stage.

What do those food expiration dates really mean? Not much, CEO says

And he's got a new technique to help you figure out when your food will actually go bad.

Olive and red pepper relish

This quick and easy relish will add a pop of flavor and color to any dish.

See photos from Gal Gadot's big night at the Critics' Choice Awards

Gadot received the prestigious #SeeHer Award given to boundary-pushing actresses.

What is matcha, and why should you cook with it?

This trendy powdered tea makes more than just a sippable hot drink. Here are some creative ways to cook with matcha.

World's tiniest tomato tastes like candy

It's the size of a blueberry, and food experts say it could open the door to a world of new recipes.

This device can detect contaminated water without touching it

This handheld technology just won first place at the Consumer Electronics Show in Los Vegas.

Could this new documentary film be the next 'Blackfish'?

'Trophy' will air on CNN to spotlight hunting and wildlife conservation in Africa.

Around the world in food: New Netflix show dares you to 'Feed Phil'

'Everybody Loves Raymond' creator Phil Rosenthal has won a James Beard Award for his foodie travels.

5 reasons we're stoked for AMC's 'The Terror'

Based on a fictionalized account of the search for the Northwest Passage, the new series combines chills, suspense and one very large monster.

Dairy-free creamy potato and thyme soup

Coconut milk, potatoes and fresh thyme form a savory, hearty soup that’ll fill your stomach and warm your heart.

The 'King of Cauliflower' is coming to the Big Apple

Noted celebrity chef Eyal Shani is bringing his wildly popular Miznon restaurant stateside.

When bosses say sorry, do they really mean it?

A new study explores our perceptions of those in power.

Crimson Tide rolls worldwide

The University of Alabama won the college football championship, and it's also No. 1 at this fan store in the heart of Jerusalem.