Dr. Seuss's publisher says these "lost" stories originally published in magazines are “as good as anything in the already-published canon.”
Many Afghans do not realize that US pastor Terry Jones, who held a Quran burning last month, heads a small church whose beliefs are not widely shared, thus fueling anti-foreigner sentiment that benefits the Taliban.
A visit to Poland gave David Shirkey an idea to become a one-man charity, giving the poor and disabled a wheelchair or prosthetic limb.
Last year, 90 million people traded goods on eBay, and 98 percent of the trades got a positive rating.
Jim Tressel and six Ohio State players were tripped up by the NCAA's time-sensitive memorabilia rules. It's only illegal to sell it if players are still in school.
Mom Prom: The fundraising idea that started in Detroit has begun to spread as a fun way to bring women together at a themed party while helping a cause. The Mom Prom concept has spread to Washington and New York, and may soon be found in four other states.
Justin Bieber is using his 17th birthday to raise funds for a charity that works for clean water in developing countries. Birthday boy Bieber has already raised more than $27,000. And, Justin Bieber's hair is for sale on Ebay.
Financial aid dwindling. Rising tuition. College debt over $20,000. Financing a college education can be as hard as paying off a McMansion on an adjustable-rate mortgage. So why is Zac Bissonnette smiling? The senior art-history major at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, is set to graduate debt-free. "The great thing about graduating debt-free is that you have tremendous flexibility in terms of your postgraduation plans," says Mr. Bissonnette, author of "Debt-Free U: How I Paid for an Outstanding College Education Without Loans, Scholarships or Mooching Off My Parents." "You don't have to rush out and take the highest-paying job to make your sacrifices to the almighty church of Sallie Mae." Here are six ways you, too, can trim or eliminate college debt:
Governments don't like it, but capitalism creates and destroys businesses.