For some movie aficionados, it's not who got nominated for an Oscar. It's who didn't. What happened, for example, to The LEGO Movie?
Starting this Friday, Duke University plans to have a regular Muslim call to prayer on campus. Most students support religious diversity, but off-campus critics are concerned by what it symbolizes.
It's hard to shake off student debt, unless Taylor Swift is in your corner.
Ben & Jerry's has a new line of cookie core ice creams. Seaweed and chia seeds are hot in 2015. And, of course, there are three new flavors of Girl Scout cookies.
A new hashtag has emerged: #IAmNotCharlie, reflecting a backlash against the support for France's satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo.
There's roughhousing, then there are lethal moves, and most kids couldn't tell you the difference when wrestling on the playground. The bigger danger might be that many teachers and parents don't know the difference either.
Charlie Hebdo attacks seem a world away, until the news of the attacks, and a biting OpEd response, end up at the breakfast table. When parents avoid reacting to news, it helps their kids respond.
The Republican-led Senate is expected to propose a bill that would put an end to standardized tests in schools. Could this help parents encourage their own kids' learning outside the classroom?
On Saturday, a ceremony honoring US Navy veteran Dario Raschio was held up for 15-minutes after more than 100 protesters burst into the room shouting "hands-up, don't shoot!"