Lonnie Bunch shares his love of history as the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opens in Washington Sept. 24.
Environmentalists say the tiny microbeads found in shower gel are moving into the water supply and endangering aquatic life, leading some lawmakers around the world to suggest a ban on the plastic beads.
Donors will always push for something, creating controversy – no matter how often Clinton says she won’t give them special treatment.
Nigerian forces have announced that an airstrike Friday against Boko Haram killed several leaders of the terrorist group, among those claimed killed is Abubakar Shekau, infamous head of Boko Haram.
Global reaction to children in conflicts – as soldiers, refugees, or among the injured – has improved as more nations presume innocence for the youngest and most vulnerable.
The practice of using children as suicide bombers is not restricted to the so-called Islamic State, as other Islamic militant groups have also done so.
A study of voters who read news articles about political polarization finds they tend to soften their views. Democracy relies less on division than a respect among fellow citizens.
Many people are uncomfortable discussing finances, so you might feel unsure of where to start or how to convey increasingly complex concepts. Here are a few conversation starters for teaching kids about money.
Whether you're a social activist, small farmer, or sustainability advocate, or you just enjoy food, you'll find a film to inform and interest you in all things food.
Boko Haram's new video may reveal weaknesses and splits within the terrorist group and a desperate show of strength from formerly undisputed leader, Abubaker Shekau.