Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee takes a lesson from his jazz background to make films about 'oneness.' Then he distributes them for free.
After Thursday's healthcare summit, reaction from both sides is positive, but Democrats still likely to proceed without Republican support.
To better evaluate young minds, Tufts application videos asks prospective college students for a one-minute YouTube tour of their lives.
Google makes a ride on the Trans-Siberian express possible from the comfort of your own desk.
The government of Israel is launching a citizens' campaign to change their image, including 70 workshops for Israelis on how to hold a civil discussion when they travel abroad.
Athletes at the Vancouver Olympics have usually gotten there with the backing of a small army of supporters who encourage, chastise, bolster, and fund. Just ask US skeleton's Noelle Pikus-Pace or US luger Mark Grimmette.
A fight aboard a city bus in Oakland, Calif., is the latest fracas on public transit to be captured on video and disseminated on YouTube. Such images, rightly or wrongly, may heighten concern about the safety of public transportation in the US.
How teenager Jamie Bell made the viral video A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything.