The intensity of feelings generated by friendship in childhood and adolescence is by design. Early in 2010, the year we moved to Hong Kong, our three boys were 11, eight, and six. When we sat them down
In September, Veronica Brill, an amateur poker player, decided to bust someone she thought was cheating. While serving as a commentator for poker games live-streamed from Stones Gambling Hall in suburban
The decision says a woman can't use them to have a baby if her ex-husband doesn't want to have children with her. A divorced Arizona woman cannot use her frozen embryos when her ex-husband doesn't want
The mother and stepfather of 2 missing children were found in Hawaii after fleeing their Idaho home months ago
(CNN) — The mother of two missing Idaho children has until Thursday to physically produce them to authorities, according to a court order served by police on Saturday. Lori Vallow, the children's mother,
In 5-4 ruling, Supreme Court allows Trump plan to deny green cards to those who may need government aid
DHS said it would expand the definition of "public charge" to apply to people whose entry could be denied because of concern they would depend on federal assistance. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court issued
WASHINGTON — Sheriff’s deputies in Lake County, Fla., on Monday arrested a notorious tormentor of the parents of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, charging him with the unlawful possession
Long after nightfall, an exultant Donald Trump takes the stage in a hotel ballroom, punching the air in front of giant TV screens. A delirious crowd is wearing “Keep America Great” caps and chanting “USA!
People in Africa need jobs and companies need people to input data for AI. It's a perfect match. Social Entrepreneur Leila Janah Is Dead at 37. She Changed the Lives of 50,000 With a Simple Idea Social
Ironically, the checks that Sauntore Thomas tried to deposit were from a settlement for a racial discrimination lawsuit against his former employer. An African American man who went to his local bank Michigan
Practically everybody in Washington is mad at Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. David Cicilline might actually do something about it. “If we don’t fix this, we’re not going to have a democracy anymore,”
If this Texas student doesn't cut his dreadlocks, he won't get to walk at graduation. It's another example of hair discrimination,
(CNN) — DeAndre Arnold has been growing his dreadlocks for years. But for the past few days, Arnold -- a senior at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, east of Houston -- hasn't been in school.
(CNN) — A creek near a Sonoma County, California, vineyard is now a bit more refined after more than 97,000 gallons of red wine spilled Wednesday. The culprit was a blending tank door at Rodney Strong
California homes evacuated after ‘hundreds’ of military explosives found in residence where 70-year-old man...
Surrounding homes in a Northern California neighborhood were evacuated Thursday after emergency responders found hundreds of military explosives inside the residence of a 70-year-old man who died of apparently
SEATTLE (AP) — A shootout in downtown Seattle that left a woman dead and a 9-year-old boy injured was the third violent incident this week in a part of the city long known for rampant drug use and street
In what sounds like the premise for yet another reboot of The Mummy, engineers have synthesized the voice of a priest named Nesyamun who lived 3,000 years ago in the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes. The
California’s Democratic leaders were defiant Friday after the Trump administration threatened to cut federal health care funding to the nation’s most populous state over its requirement that insurance
This briefing has ended. Read about developments in the coronavirus outbreak here. Fifteen new deaths were reported in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak. Fifteen more people have died in the city of
Man says bank racially discriminated when they refused to cash checks from discrimination settlement
(CNN) — A man is suing a Michigan bank for racial discrimination after he says the staff refused to deposit settlement checks from another racial discrimination case and called police on him. "Something
In closing off Wuhan, a city of more than 11 million people, China deployed on Thursday morning a centuries-old public health tactic to prevent the spread of infectious disease — this time, a mysterious