In garages, basements and even a Quonset hut, amazing science is happening without institutional or government funding.
The underground hip-hop scene is thriving for women -- get a sampling of the amazing female hip-hop artists at the SXSW music festival.
This is no SNL skit: Baldwin hosts a public radio show for real when he takes over for Kurt Andersen on "Studio 360."
Physicist David Goldberg says time travel is within the realm of how the universe works, and he has a time machine in mind.
Robert Downey Jr., who stars in the new movie "Sherlock Holmes," takes on the iconic role -- how he compares to other great Holmes of the past.
Tracing the paths of human migration through DNA to determine our origins and how we came to be so diverse.
Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Tim Page's new memoir, "Parallel Play," looks at how Asperger's syndrome was an asset to his success.
Why some fans of AMC's "Mad Men" are ready to ditch their T-shirts and jeans for Don Draper's dapper suits and ties.
The Ocarina iPhone app lets you play music by blowing into the phone -- it was a blockbuster, and its maker recently released a trombone app.
The myth and the truth behind great creativity and mental illness, and what research reveals about Virginia Woolf, Edvard Munch and others.