As raising chickens in one’s backyard goes mainstream, prefab chicken coops are now something to crow about.
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The 2017 NFL Draft began like most experts predicted: the Cleveland Browns selected Texas A&M defensive lineman Myles Garrett with the No. 1 pick. Then it completely defied expectations with a set of decisions that could change the landscape of the league for the foreseeable future.
General Motors Co. reports first-quarter earnings before the market opens Friday; U.S. production outlook, South America sales and commodity costs will be in focus.
The famed architect would have turned 150 this June—and the design world has taken notice with new fabric releases, home tours and a must-see mega-exhibition.
Whether you’re peddling to the farmers market or an after-work affair, these chic bike panniers will sit just as stylishly on your bike as they will on your shoulder.
Want to hard boil or poach an egg to perfection at work? The right microwave egg gadget makes breakfast at the office easy.
Moist, rich and not overly sweet, this simple Moroccan cake gets its complex flavor straight from the beehive. Drenched in honey and topped with toasted almonds, it has just a hint of orange blossom.
A lasagne-like take on enchiladas, this recipe from Baltimore chef Spike Gjerde requires no rolling of the tortillas. Simply alternate layers of tortilla with a smoky chili-tomato sauce, shredded chicken and cheddar.
When leaders of 27 European Union states meet on Saturday to settle guidelines on how to negotiate Brexit, they will show their determination to give EU courts a major role over U.K.-EU affairs, after Theresa May’s demand for freedom from European jurisdiction.
Moderna Therapeutics, the most highly valued startup in health care, said early results from a small trial to treat the avian flu virus with its experimental vaccine showed promise.
The PGA Tour said it has been unable to get any Chinese tournaments approved for its upcoming season.
To maximize the look of a Dublin house’s tiny yard, a designer adopts an ingenious multilevel strategy—and counters dreary Irish weather with defiant cheer.
In a $700,000 condo renovation, his desire for austere design triumphs over her fondness for clutter.
Oregon’s determinedly quirky city makes for a boredom-free three-day escape—especially on two wheels. Here, a guide on where to stay, eat, caffeinate and bike all over the city.
The Japanese label—focus of a new fashion exhibit at New York’s Metropolitan Museum—cleverly translates its avant-garde runway statements into clothes you can wear. Here, five transformations.
As Anthony Joshua and Wladamir Klitschko prepare to fight at a sold-out Wembley Stadium, a fan-friendly business model has cultivated a rabid fan base in the U.K.
Our Lady of Peace in Ivory Coast can hold 18,000 people, but years of civil strife and its remote jungle location long kept worshippers and tourists away. ‘It is indeed strange.’
To attract affluent professionals with a mobile lifestyle, architects and developers are adding high-tech communal work spaces and flex rooms to their designs.
Some buyers seek out homes that are seemingly frozen in time—maintained in their original style, sometimes for decades
The newly elected billionaire’s three properties have been on the market at various times since 2016 for a combined $40.2 million.
Ford’s first-quarter net income fell 35%, dented by safety-recall expenses, higher engineering and commodity costs, and weaker sales in the U.S.
GlaxoSmithKline’s new boss Emma Walmsley plans to narrow the company’s drug research to focus only on the biggest opportunities.
Maria Sharapova returned to tennis on Wednesday after a 15-month suspension and beat Italian veteran Roberta Vinci 7-5, 6-3 at a clay court tournament in Stuttgart, Germany.
The NFL Draft is a brilliant example of off-season sports programming. But in an instant-update universe, is football’s selection show destination television?
In Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, the unit played a role in the international divorce battle of Sarah Pursglove and Finnish entrepreneur Robert Oesterlund.
Students grow wrathful as more schools impose bans on short hemlines, baggy pants, plunging necklines and even ponytails—or require dresses and dates to be pre-approved. ‘Where do you draw the line?’
For a lot of men, pastel clothing conjures up the “Preppy Handbook” or worse. But these springy strategies put the cool back in sherbet.
When it comes to Southern-style biscuits and gravy, the biscuit makes or breaks the dish, however you choose to top it. Here’s how to nail it every time, plus recipes for classic sausage and zesty tomato gravy.
The IAB reports that digital ad spending in the U.S. surged 22% to a record $72.5 billion in 2016, as mobile made up more than 50% of the market for the first time.