It was a common question for a 4-year-old to ask: Where is heaven?
Newsmax released its annual list of the top 100 Christian leaders in America this week. The list shows people in America who spread Christian values most often.
When California writer Sharael Kolberg and her family decided to cut back on social media and cellphone use, she expected there to be some challenges keeping up with family and friends.
You can turn your hobby into a full-time job. It just takes consistent work and effort.
It's natural for Americans seeing the devastation in the wake of the earthquake that killed thousands in Nepal to want to donate aid.
On the front page of Global Family Reunion, A.J. Jacobs is pictured with cousins President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush, John Legend and Daniel Radcliffe. The author is inviting anyone and everyone to join him June 6 for a worldwide family reunion. People can find out how they are related to famous people and infamous people, and the benefits all go to charity, especially to one dedicated to curing Alzheimer's.
Colleen Preston lives in a manufactured home community in Cape Cod that's nestled into a pine forest that overlooks cranberry bogs. From her deck, she can watch the cranberry harvest each fall. It's picturesque, she says. It's peaceful.
Getting married leads to significantly cheaper car insurance premiums.
It might be easy to believe these days that a college education simply isn't worth the time, or the money, but new research by The Hamilton Project — an initiative by The Brookings Institution that aims to "inject innovative and pragmatic policy options into the national debate" — paints a different picture.
The next 40 days could be full of fun challenges for you and your spouse that will help you both grow in your marriage — if you're willing to read.
In the spring of 2009, California-based writer Sharael Kolberg did the math and estimated that she spent four months of her year using some form of entertainment technology — whether watching TV or surfing the Internet.
ROAD TRIPPINGTON — Seat belt struggles may be a “first world problem,” but none of us can deny the struggle is real.
The mission of the World Bank is to end extreme poverty, but a new investigative report says that in some cases, it might be harming the world's poor more than helping.
This week, Denmark made some giant steps towards becoming a "cashless" society. The government there wants new laws allowing clothing stores, gas stations, restaurants and other retailers to go cash free.
RAMPINGTON — It’s one thing to master a trick as a BMXer, it’s quite another to master a trick in a few tries just because you were on a ramp and you felt like it.
The Federal Reserve has kept interest rates at record lows for over six years, but financial analysts warn that's finally going to have to end, and if you're not prepared, it could cost you.
Many families with young children are concerned they won't have enough food to feed their kids through the end of the school week, according to a new report from Kellogg's.
As a kid growing up in the sixties, Robin Koval made a school art project for her parents: A handmade ceramic ashtray.
Prin Dumas loves music. Her husband, a former DJ, does too.
A veteran investigative journalist has published an article claiming that the Obama administration's narrative about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden was largely fabricated.
If your teenager can't hear you as well as you once heard your parents, there is a reason for that. Teenagers usually have their headphones on a lot these days, and it’s doing significant damage.
Dads may be the reason children are on their worst behavior, but it’s not because they can't be good parents.
Tufts University's possible decision to cut 35 janitors has been anything but clean.
DOUBLE TAKE TOWN — Whether or not you’re a fan of any sport, there’s always something compelling about seeing clips of incredible feats of skill and/or strength.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff suggested in his column that education reformers should shift their efforts toward early childhood education — the time when children are too young to head to class but old enough to develop social, language and educational skills.
"Dad, husband, and 44th President of the United States."
If you’re not married by the time you are 26, you can blame your hometown, a new study shows.
The Family Building Society is a financial organization based in the United Kingdom that's got one goal in mind — to help families pay for their family members' mortgages.