Celebrating Cinco de Mayo with margaritas? Check out EDGE's favorite orange liqueurs for the perfect cocktail.
It's nearly Cinco de Mayo, and yes, you know you're going to be indulging in a margarita, but how about taking that up a notch and using mezcal? It's tequila's smoky stepsister and can add additional layers of flavor to your cocktail.
An almost obsessive dedication to regional and seasonal foods has netted Dan Barber a first-ever culinary hat trick in the nation's top restaurant awards.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) announced his candidacy for the 2016 GOP presidential ticket today. Here are his top six most ridiculous anti-gay, anti-choice, anti-Obama and anti-Beyoncé statements. And they're all from this year alone!
Some professors say they are upset to learn that Utah Valley University President Matthew Holland signed his name to an amicus brief before the U.S. Supreme Court opposing gay marriage.
Texas got a taste of the religious objections issue that drew strong criticism elsewhere, with many church leaders imploring state lawmakers to protect religious freedoms in the name of tolerance but others taking the opportunity to decry gay marriage.
Representatives of Equality North Carolina are preparing to return to Raleigh for this year's Day of Action event at the Legislative Building and to talk with legislators.
A gay teacher whose Omaha Catholic school contract is not being renewed has found a new job.
President Barack Obama is envisioning a future of playing dominoes with retiree David Letterman.
Singer Chris Brown faces another battery accusation just days after he performed at an after-party to the weekend's much hyped boxing match, which was also billed as the kickoff to his residency at the Drai's nightclub.
Mike Huckabee, the preacher turned politician turned media personality, is entering the 2016 Republican presidential nomination race. Some key things to know about him.
Johannes Stoetter's images of models covered in vegetables and fruit, or painted to blend into their environments, are remarkable instances of camouflage as art. Elizabeth Palmer learns firsthand how it's done.
Many people think home insurance is straightforward, but there are key choices you need to make. CBS contributor, Mellody Hobson, tells us what to watch for so that you don't leave gaps in your insurance coverage.
A new study found that by age 2, more than a third of children have spent at least an hour a day on digital devices. Author and pediatrician Dr. Laura Jana discusses her new book and whether the "device generation" is cause for concern.
Infomercials that sell shampoos, zit creams and the latest weight loss gadgets can be hard to turn away from. But before you pick up that phone, you should know that the low, low prices and easy monthly payments advertised are not always what you'll pay.
Uber is rolling out a new service that allows drivers to transport packages and deliver food. CNET's Jeff Bakalar provides details.
Who says that farm-to-table happenings can only happen in the Berkshires or California? How about jet-setting to Hawaii for some island-to-table culinary adventures?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and P.D. Alleva shares his thoughts on the stigma that keeps mental illness untreated and avoided.
While Charleston's historic district with its almost 5,000 historic structures is still the main draw, visitors are also attracted to world-class dining and shopping and an array of festivals
Pop artist Aiden Leslie returns with a surprisingly fresh downtempo tack "I Just Go" that reveals more and delves deeper than he's ever done with previous electronic symphonies.