Starbucks baristas nationwide will write 'Race Together' on customers' cups and then engage those customers in dialogues about race relations in America. Is this good marketing or effective social change from Starbucks?
How knitting builds confidence – and some cash – in Chicago's west side teenagers.
How one family celebrates National Pi Day with jokes, pies, and mosaics.
An unnamed man in one of Britain's largest cities dons a superhero costume and does what he can to feed the homeless population there.
A security expert weighs in on the use of special electronic devices in medical centers after a father tries to spirit his baby daughter out of an Arizona hospital.
In Sandy Springs, Ga., a sanitation worker was sentenced to 30 days in jail for picking up trash too early in a wealthy neighborhood. Was justice served?
Two young American tourists reportedly carved their initials in the Roman Colosseum, while ISIS releases videos showing destruction of sacred historical sites. How can parents reinforce the importance of protecting cultural artifacts?
Arkansas Rep. Justin Harris rehomed two adopted children into the hands of a man who sexually assaulted one of them. Turns out there are few regulations around moving adopted kids to a new home.
Former Red Sox pitching star Curt Schilling named the cyber bullies on Monday who targeted his daughter online with vulgar comments.