Money is nice, but friends are better — or at least that's the findings from recent research on well-being and poverty.
Since the shooting at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church, six black churches in the South have burned.
“What are you doing this weekend spawn?”
Many Americans believe that half of all marriages end in divorce. But, as Quartz reported late last year, the national divorce rate may not be as high as we think.
Some say movies are the true portrait of our lives. But that’s not the case when it comes to drug use, according to a new study from the New York Film Academy.
Women across the world face physical and sexual abuse during childbirth, according to a recent study from the World Health Organization.
There's now an app for messaging that requires no mobile data plan and no Internet connection, and it's exploding in popularity among junior high and high school kids.
Obesity is a large problem in the U.S., but some think a small warning label could fight it.
Meditating in the middle of the freeway in bumper-to-bumper traffic seems both impossible and impractical.
INFANTVILLE — It’s the exasperated joke of every generation of new parents: “I wish babies came with a manual.”
Information once kept very secret is being made public on the Internet.
Every year, more than 600,000 Americans are released from prison back into their communities. And when they are, even a minor criminal record can make it hard to get a job and a place to live.
Being homeless isn’t easy, and the Los Angeles City Council is working to make it even harder.
If cancer was a fish, Tiffany Berg Coughran and her five kids would definitely throw it back.
Even before the Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage a constitutional right last week, there was an aura of inevitability about the outcome that would have been hard to anticipate just seven years ago.