Some areas, it seems, won't be witnessing any cicadas this year, while others are definitely hearing the horde's chorus. If you're subject to the swarm's din, here's what to do.
Making a bed in Norway is different than in America. The sheet sizes come in metric, not full, queen, or king, and it is the custom for couples, though they sleep on the same bed, to have their own sheets and duvet.
The driver's license is an American rite of passage for 16-year olds, but not my daughter. She wanted nothing to do with a car at that age, and statistics show others at that age feel the same.
A Rhode Island mother of a recovering shooting victim sicced two pit bulls on a reporter who asked for her reaction to the news the shooter was arrested. Did the reporter violate the mother's privacy? Did the mother overreact?
Says the pope, wasting food is no different from stealing from the hungry, during his Wednesday catechesis. How can you help? Lisa Suhay, through her volunteer activities, found mouths that needed feeding.
A shot senior's graduation went off without incident, inspiring his classmates with the speed of his recovery. Balaal Hollings, a senior, was shot in the head two months ago at a birthday party.
A Chinese pork producer is looking to buy Smithfield Foods, one of the largest producers of pork products in the US. Should the sale cause parents concern about China's food safety issues?
Bullying, according to new data, is down among US middle school students, despite an increase in media reports coving the subject. In fact, violence has dropped nearly 75 percent in the last two decades.