Annette March-Grier, a cofounder of the nonprofit Roberta’s House, is committed to helping people through some of their darkest chapters.
EgyptAir Flight 804 dropped out of communication en route to Cairo with 66 people on board. No definitive cause has been determined, but some analysts suspect an act of terrorism.
Proceeds from the album ‘2 Unite All’ will support humanitarian relief for Palestinians. The album, featuring the likes of Roger Waters and Peter Gabriel, has themes of unity, forgiveness, and starting over.
As Venezuela slides toward economic and political chaos, the opposition has appealed to the Army to choose sides.
Queen Elizabeth's annual address Wednesday included judicial reforms, such as plans to provide more autonomy to prisons and give inmates more access to technology – initiatives which haven't gained much ground in the US.
Construction workers uncovered ruined Roman barracks dating back to the second century while working on a new station for Rome's Metro.
Researchers have uncovered security vulnerabilities in widely used remote power management equipment that many say is the byproduct of a technology supply chain plagued with quality control issues.
The cybersecurity threat from Islamic State and the group's supporters requires a global, coordinated effort to decimate their entire digital and online apparatus.
Sparkle squads combine typically developing students and students with disabilities. The idea came from a 15-year-old who saw the systemic exclusion of disabled students from her high school's activities.