The latest from Kind World
Like addressing racism, covering a tattoo can be more complicated than getting the original.
“The ocean was one of the most important relationships in my life," Shannon Leone Fowler says. "Sometimes, the most important."
Our multimedia series follows the granddaughter of an SS officer and the granddaughter of a Jewish Holocaust survivor. In a twist of fate, their lives have become linked.
Julie's grandfather was an SS officer, Rachael's grandmother a Holocaust survivor. The night of his sudden death, Rachael's husband brought the two together in a unique friendship.
For Rachael Cerrotti, history keeps circling back to the present.
Julie Lindahl felt burdened by an indescribable guilt, a feeling she could never understand.
Bob doesn’t want a day to go by when he doesn’t help someone.
As far as she knew, Roberta Ursrey and most of her family were about to die.
Willow was going to turn 3 the day Hurricane Irma hit Florida, but both birthday and hurricane were about to be overshadowed.
You must decide whether to do what you think is right -- but it means losing everything. What do you do?
10-year-old Phil's dreams were dark.
It was supposed to be a standard procedure. Then something went very wrong.
Jim Abbott was an improbable major league pitcher.
On a November night, Ted Hakey felt uneasy about his neighbors.
Alice's dad was losing his words, and then he had just two phrases left.
Bostonians aren’t always known for their friendly, helpful nature, but Blair Wong has discovered a very different side to the city’s inhabitants.
People ask Mohamed if he's crazy. He says he wouldn't live any other way.
Norah and Dan were an unlikely pair.
When President Trump signed an executive order in January, one family feared their daughter's life was at stake.
The story begins with an open wound.