The terrible truth of the media: war sells, peace doesn’t.
A teenager in Philly may get his life back after his accuser failed to identify him in a voice lineup.
Hunger in America is real, devastating and suffered by millions—many with jobs. We must emulate those who share the little they have and do much better.
Erin Kelly examines Chris Hayden’s recent decision to publicly reveal the fact he has a disability, despite being US Senator Kay Hagan’s press secretary.
In the aftermath of the Rotherham Child Exploitation scandal, too much focus has been put on the ethnicity and religion of the criminals. Andrew Lawes believes fear is the real issue. He wants to help you be brave.
One example where Government helps minimize the horrific results of Mother Nature’s awesome power, saves lives, limits destruction and supports recovery.
Christopher “Flood the Drummer®” Norris has never used the drumsticks awarded to him for winning the 2008 Drum-Off Store Championships. He’s considering removing them from the plastic for DrumDuel®.
Baby Boomers these days, am I right? A rundown of some harsh socioeconomic truths for a generation that needs to listen to their youngers.
Global leaders speak the same language when distancing themselves from the killing of civilians in military operations.
“We had humanity. We had concern for our fellows. We would never leave a man behind. It just wasn’t done…Doesn’t look like it any more, does it?” Thaddeus Howze, on the humanitarian crisis at the border.
In an ironic twist of fate, Oliver Lee Bateman took a job as a debt collector at the same time he was dodging a large debt himself.
A kick in the right direction is just what we need to live healthier lives but we respond better when we don’t know we’re being pushed.
In lieu of Paul Ryan’s commitment to improve life outcomes of inner city men, here are five things he would probably say to them.
Andrew Lawes explains how depression affected him, his advice on how to love someone with the illness and how the focus of mental health support needs to change.
The former Democratic Senator from Virginia has officially announced he’s running for president, Democrats should applaud.
Lance Burson thinks it’s time Americans paid attention.
“They know what they want out of lives, what they are looking for, and they have their own rules for making all that happen for themselves. They don’t rely on outside approval. They don’t need others to prove their worth.”
I gave up hope years ago. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
If you’ve made the switch to a plant-based diet, you may be wondering how to navigate a holiday table. It turns out it’s a lot easier than you might think. Andrew Raines has the scoop.
A dad coins a new phrase: “Kardashianization.” Here is why he feels the concept is destructive to those he loves the most: his daughters.
Billy Flood reminds us that when it comes to rape, nobody is ever “asking for it” and this type of shaming needs to end right here, right now.
Christopher M. Anderson feels his identity as a man runs deeper than society’s definition of manhood.
The tall tale of Tomayo McDuffy, a teen accused of attempted murder, has a happy ending.
Justin Hamm offers his own simple philosophy of thanksgiving and celebration in a poem that will ring true for many.
Michael Stilley takes a look at Commissioner Silver’s proposal to legalize sports gambling.
Dr. Kristen Hick identifies five relationship blunders and how recognizing these mistakes may make the difference between long-lasting and short-lived duos.
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
As technology moves at a pace we’ve never experienced before, it’s becoming much easier to understand the impulse to scorn progress.
Through the creative use of social media, Hadfield has made space exciting for a new generations of enthusiasts.
You might expect that Bruce Lee would tell us to take on adversity with sheer force, but this wisdom he learned from his mentor taught him a better way to be strong.
Men are falling behind very quickly, but it’s easy to miss the trend if we focus on long-term data and not recent students and graduates.