A recent report by The New York Times indicated depictions in media of a slew of families making cross-country holiday trips to see mom and dad might not prove accurate.
Dealing with unexpected or ongoing hardships, Glasgow's needy understand any supper could be their last.
Mona Haydar decided the best way to take a stand against anti-Muslim misconceptions was to make one.
Jan. 1 will ring in a new year and higher minimum wages for workers in 13 states, similar to the first day of 2015, when 20 states and the District of Columbia saw minimum wage increases, according to Quartz.
It isn't necessary for people to conduct a vigorous Internet search to find out why they developed a taste for specific kinds of music and what those preferences mean.
Defiant children may cause their parents headaches when refusing to listen — but a 2015 study indicated such rebellion could pay off later.
When a diner customer dropped $3,000 on the floor and left, a man who could use it most found the stash.
When picking a prime spot for New Year's Eve night, people must find balance between a place "hashtag-worthy" and budget-friendly.
A BuzzFeed video documenting Jewish children meeting Santa Claus for the first time shows regardless of the holiday people celebrate, they can find common ground on the true meaning intended for the celebrations.
A kid doesn't have to bring an odd-looking homemade device to school to attract attention from the authorities.
A controversial bill that critics say is part of a trend of governments restricting the work of foreign charities is awaiting the signature of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, according to Voice of America.
Accounts indicate Zaevion Dobson, a Knoxville, Tennessee, teen died shielding three young girls from gunfire by gang members, but words his family members and friends spoke to various media outlets show his heroics won't be forgotten.
For an American husband-and-wife team, helping Iraqi Christians find promise elsewhere and escape threats from ISIS was a cause worth pursuing.
Families and colleges students are due to keep stimulus-era tax breaks as a result of a deal Congress is expected to pass to avert a government shutdown.
A new UNICEF statement released last week says babies being born in meek circumstances across the globe happens in second spans.
ATLANTA - This week marks the 100th birthday of Georgia Department of Transportation. A century ago - on Aug. 16, 1916 - the seeds were planted for what ...
The nation's capital is one of the more aggressive areas in the country pursuing a clean energy plan, and it plans to reach those ...
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