Education 23 May '16
Human rights groups criticized a Christian high school in Kansas for implementing rules that blatantly discriminate the LGBT community.
Health/Nutrition 22 May '16
The US Food and Drug Administration is now mandating food manufacturers to comply with the agency's new food packaging format. Nutrional facts will now have an "added sugar" counter as well as a larger and bolder calorie counter.
Body 21 May '16
A new agriculture report seeks to put people at ease regarding genetically-engineered crops. US scientists say GE foods are absolutely safe to eat and are even good for the environment.
Education 21 May '16
Twin brothers in Pennsylvania have been arrested for bombing several Amish buildings during their college break. They have now been charged with arson, conspiracy and retail theft.
Sports 19 May '16
NBA 2K16 will be adding a new game mode that lets players spectate matches from this weekend's eSports tournament known as the Road to the Finals.
K-12 Reform 19 May '16
UNICEF and the EU are launching a new social media campaign that seeks to show European youths the importance of going to and staying in school.
Dads 18 May '16
Floyd Mayweather Jr. claimed that he will only come out of retirement if a cross-sport mega-fight between him and MMA fighter Conor McGregor would ever come into fruition.
Dads 18 May '16
Stephen Curry’s recent unanimous MVP win has strengthened the case for why young hoopsters should spend multiple years in college.
School 17 May '16
An absent-minded gun owner shoots himself and another onlooker in the foot while adjusting the low-caliber pistol he had been hiding in his right sock during a graduation ceremony at Augusta High School in Kansas.
School 17 May '16
A socio-economic expert reveals why Chicago has the highest rate of income segregation among all major cities in the US.
Body 17 May '16
Micro-needling is the latest beauty trend that's piquing the interest of Hollywood A-listers and regular moms alike. The revolutionary anti-aging treatment ranges between $500 and $1,500 per session.
College Success 14 May '16
The University of Southern California now has enough funds to erect a brand-new cancer research center. The school recently received $200 million courtesy of Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison.
TV/ Movie 13 May '16
Michael Fassbender talks about what casual moviegoers can expect from the upcoming "Assassin's Creed" movie.
Body 11 May '16
A risky leg-lengthening procedure in India has caught the collective eyes of thousands of medical tourists and locals seeking to add a few inches to their heights, at a relatively cheap cost.
Development 8 May '16
Psychology experts advise parents to focus on how a child can recover from failures rather than dwelling on a child's academic struggles. They say that parents who have a failure-is-debilitating mindset are more likely to stunt their child's intellectual growth.
Body 6 May '16
Hospital blunders could be more fatal than illnesses. A new study at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that medical error is now the third-leading cause of death in the US, surpassing stroke and respiratory diseases.
Autism 6 May '16
Current-gen smart robots make room, there's a new sheriff in town. Leka is a crystal ball-like educational robot that helps children with developmental disorders improve their communication and social skills.
College Success 5 May '16
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has signed a new law that would allow full-time employees of state colleges and universities to carry handguns on campus.
Body 4 May '16
A new study says that people who retire after the age of 65 tend to live longer than mandatory retirees. This is due to the combination of physical activity and emotional health.
Education 4 May '16
Hunter Osborn, 19, was booked for 69 counts of indecent exposure and one felony count for brandishing harmful objects to minors after school administrators found out what he did whie posing for the varsity football team's official yearbook photo.
Body 3 May '16
Two new studies reveal that poor sleeping habits could lead to heart issues and higher cholesterol levels.
School 3 May '16
Tension between school administrators and students at Brigham Young University has brought to light the issue of honor codes at American colleges.
College Success 2 May '16
More schools and colleges in the US are adopting a therapy dog program to help students cope with the pressure and stress brought about by finals week.