Downton Abbey is in its final season. Here is a wonderful tribute, and pleasure for any true fan.
Emotional intelligence Coach Aleasa Word gives tips on increasing kids’ resilience.
Tor Constantino makes a case that ballet is not only a sport, but it might be more of a sport than other forms of competition.
“Telling Amy’s Story” lays out how and why law enforcement, the justice system, colleagues, friends, and family fail to stop domestic violence before it claims lives.
We celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. JJ Vincent has the story a key leader you’ve probably never heard of.
Does William Lucas Walker have ADD, or is this just fatherhood?
As PBS gets set to air a Frontline documentary on concussions in the NFL, Neil Cohen examines ESPN’s curious decision to pull out of the production.
An excerpt from Henry Louis Gates’, “Two Nations” that shows Martin Luther King’s critique of poverty conditions in America.
Think child labor in the US is a thing of the past? Think again.
The Young Turks discuss the failed war on drugs, and attempt to answer some of the difficult, but important questions.
How one ex-inmate is helping others have a second chance at life.
Dr. Gary Slutkin asserts that the epidemic of violence should be treated as a public health issue, and so far his methods are working.
The shark they jumped last season at Downton Abbey? This season it ate Matthew Crawley.
John Manchester discovers that his novel contains more truth than his memoir did, and vows to continue writing…even if that means turning the truth of his life into fiction.
Registered Runaway suggests we speak to the soul, not the soldier.
Liam Day adds some much-needed logical thinking to the debate about whether Mitt Romney wants to kill off Big Bird.