Talking to your kids about how to handle finance can be an important step in their fiscal development.
Tonight's televised event offers the Democratic hopefuls their last shared stage to define themselves and each other. Three topics are sure to crop up: experience, Wall Street ties, and New York-ness.
Nigerians marched through their major cities on the two-year anniversary of a high-profile kidnapping of almost 300 schoolgirls by Boko Haram, demanding their safe return as the militant group steps up its use of children in suicide bombings.
In 'Investigating Lois Lane,' Canadian comics historian Tim Hanley history considers how Superman’s gal pal became an icon of her own.
North Korea appears to be readying one or two intermediate-range missiles for a test on Friday, following a pattern of weapons tests this year that accompany its usual threats against the United States and South Korea.
Both spicy and sweet, this chicken pasta dish comes together so quickly you won't need to wait long for dinner.
When you're buried in student loan debt, it doesn't seem fair to be paying taxes. That's why it's important to get as much as you can back with your tax returns.
Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Diane Hatz, the Founder and Executive Director of Change Food, who will be speaking at the 2nd Annual Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C. on April 20–21, 2016.
The Swedish Tourism Association has launched a number that will allow people worldwide to speak with random volunteers in Sweden about any topic, (almost) any time.
In what may be a sign of things to come, Reddit is beginning to add the lightest of restrictions to its site, the latest being the ability to block from view the posts of those who would offend you.
A four-day war between Azerbaijan and Armenia points to a global need to help countries dependent on oil exports find new sources of wealth.
Icelandic author Arnaldur Indridason talks about Erlendur Sveinsson, the fictional detective whose brooding style has earned him fans around the world.
The University of Virginia student, whose story of a campus assault was the focus of a now-discredited Rolling Stone article, will be questioned in a defamation case.