A new study shows men make up 16 percent of caretakers, and a growing percentage are choosing it not because of a poor economy but because they want to stay...
David Boeri's report begins in the San Salvador medical examiner’s receiving room, where the youth of El Salvador are on display.
The controversial artist discusses his 2012 trip to his mother's home country and shares his photos.
Lisa Micele shares tips for applying to college — especially for students who have been deferred under early decision.
Americans under 38 have only experienced one presidential election that did not involve a Bush or a Clinton.
The author's debut novel centers on an unlikely romance between an Iraq veteran and a Uyghur from China.
The CellScope Oto is a clip-on gadget that turns a smartphone into an otoscope — the tool doctors use to check out a patient’s eardrum.
In a new documentary series on PBS, Bruce Feiler accompanies Americans on pilgrimages to six of the world's holiest sites.
Janna Gur shares some history of Jewish cuisine, as well as three recipes from her new cookbook "Jewish Soul Food."
As schools across the country struggle with budget cuts, more and more are charging fees for essential school-related services.
A 90-year-old activist has been arrested recently for feeding the homeless — an act that is illegal in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
High school students in Livermore have taken up arms in their yearly game of "Assassin" — a mock battle with Nerf guns.
Vian Dakhil, the only member of the Yazidi minority in Iraq's parliament, says ISIS is winning the war.
Anne Neely's paintings explore the beauty of water, but also raise a cautionary flag about issues that threaten the world's water.
Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the big debate now is how much of the footage should be available to the public.
Just in time for the holidays, our resident chef shares recipes for her favorite holiday ham glaze and her favorite food gift: buttercrunch.
Rev. E. Winford Bell started an anti-violence advocacy group after his son was injured in a drive-by shooting and the young man's two best friends were killed.
The Libya native shares some of his poems and translations and talks about bridging the gap between two cultures.
Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman discusses his work to secure the release of a South African hostage who was killed in a failed U.S. rescue attempt.
A Syrian archaeologist discusses how ancient artifacts are endangered by looters in ISIS-controlled regions.