Sixty years after Brown, Southern segregation is on the rise — and “school choice” is its vehicle.
Canada’s Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana in spring 2017, Health Minister Jane Philpott said.
For those with low income jobs, earning a university degree may seem like a dream that is out of reach. It’s not. Here are 10 awesome, affordable colleges.
Rex and his new guardian, Ed Guernon, spotted a hummingbird on the ground, covered in ants. Gernon says he thought that the bird was dead, but the dog refused to leave.
A mother shares 16 things she’s heard as the parent of an autistic child that she prefers others not say, and her responses to them.
When news about lead contamination in the water supply of Flint, MI made headlines, many compared the crisis to Hurricane Katrina. While Katrina was a singular event with a tragically long legacy, Flint is proving to be the beginning of a story playing out over a much longer time period and in more than one place.
Thank you for this infographic to the Brennan Center for Justice and Craig Newmark and CityLab in this article:
A driven young protégé facing the end of his career, an exiled Cuban musician hungry to help, and one violin’s inspiring journey from Manhattan to Havana.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently signed a supplemental state transportation budget that includes what may well be the first-ever mention of light pollution to make it into state code.
The rejuvenating effects of meditation are well-documented and legion, but there’s something about the process that can be difficult to take seriously for beginners. One beginner, however, has homed into his own personal barrier to meditative serenity and turned it into a low-key industry unto itself.
Here are some helpful tips for explaining depression to children from a child of someone with depression.
Conflict resolution must become a subject consumed and comprehended by K-12 grades in public schools.
Most of us are doing the best we can, but when it comes to parenting, there is always someone who’ll say you’re doing it wrong. Despite the hard times, this mom is so glad she doesn’t let other’s opinions dictate the ways she’s raising her kids.