Acting is personal for Carol Burnett, why eggs were once prized like diamonds

Carol Burnett (R), star of the "Carol Burnett Show," laughs with co-star Vicki Lawrence after they accepted the legend award for their show at the third annual TV Land Awards in Santa Monica, California March 13, 2005. Photo by REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP via Reuters Connect.

Vicki Lawrence got her start on “The Carol Burnett Show” more than 50 years ago. She talks about her friendship with the lead actress and reflects on past sketches.

Despite a temporary ceasefire agreement, fighting continues between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary group the Rapid Support Forces. Hundreds are dead.

The W.H.O. says there’s a "high risk of biological hazard" in Khartoum following the lab’s capture. Experts say it’s time to improve global biosecurity.

More than a dozen Google employees are concerned about the tech giant’s rush to release the AI feature Bard. What are their fears?

In “Egg,” author Lizzie Stark explores the history of the egg, from Gold Rush-era gang wars in San Francisco to vaccine development and chickens in space.