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Bob Charland doesn't know how much time he has left to live. But he knows that while he's here, he wants to help as many people as possible.
In Miami, public transit activists are remembering a leading young voice to their cause.
In 2017, Rachael Cerrotti shared her story with Kind World. This year, she released a seven-part podcast, called "We Share The Same Sky," detailing her grandmother Hana's incredible story of...
The impeachment spotlight shifts to the Judiciary Committee. Trump at a strained NATO summit. Kamala Harris drops out of the presidential race. The roundtable weighs in on the week.
There's a debate in both nations over what a new right-wing government means for Brazilians, and how much influence religion should have over the country’s politics.
The "tarmac rule" is a regulation that has unintentionally led to an increased number of flight cancellations.
After Hurricane Katrina, the number of homeless people in New Orleans more than doubled.
As children learn the painful lesson that human nature is complicated, we also want to preserve their hope and capacity to trust and to dream, write Robert Brooks and Nancy...
Mary Pipher, a 71-year-old psychologist, has a message for women of her generation: "Happiness is a choice and a set of skills." She lays out the road map.
Rachael Cerrotti spent the last decade obsessing over her family history. She uncovered a remarkable story about her grandmother, Hana Dubova, who was the only person in her Jewish Czech...
The Supreme Court heard a case challenging New York state gun laws. It's the first time the court has heard a gun control case in a decade.
American parents spend an average of $16,000 on child care annually, according to research from the Brookings Institution in 2017.
Experts estimate that 10 million Americans suffer from seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD.
Columnist and author Meghan Daum takes on political correctness in the new book, "The Problem with Everything."
There's a rare genetic mutation that triggers testosterone production in boys as young as two years old.
In Santa Clara, California, city leaders came up with a relatively simple solution to a lack of affordable housing.
The mutation causes what doctors call precocious puberty.
A string of disasters left Lynn Schutzman on her own and homeless. Then, her community stepped in.
If you find yourself hanging around the house this holiday weekend, it might be a good time to catch up on chores around the garden.
Stanford Professor Jamil Zaki says that the average American's empathy has decreased over the last four decades. But there are practical ways to exercise our "empathy muscles."