Over the weekend, a family in Jacksonville, Florida, had a chance reunion with their family dog, who had gone missing over the summer. Documenting the heartwarming moment on Facebook, the Jacksonville
Buried on a bed of antlers and adorned with ornaments, this woman was a special member of her community—but why? To the archaeologist who excavated her remains, she’s Burial XXII. To the staff at the where
Over the next two decades, the United States will experience an unprecedented shift of demographics and finances that will likely be felt by every American. Baby Boomers, the generation of people born
Scientists Just Discovered That Eating Chocolate Has an Amazing Affect On Happiness. But There Is a (Literally) Small Catch
Great news: A little dark chocolate can make you happier. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your perspective, the key word is "little." A number of studies show the benefits of dark chocolate.
Google Secretly Tests Medical Records Search Tool On Nation’s Largest Nonprofit Health System, Documents Show
Google is testing a service that would use its search and artificial intelligence technology to analyze patient records for Ascension, the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S., according to documents
When Prince Harry solemnly stood at attention and stepped forward to lay his tribute wreath for fallen war heroes on Remmebrance Sunday, some observers wondered why the former Army captain wasn’t wearing
On this 101st Veterans Day, the good news is that US military veterans are contributing to the economy like never before. The unemployment rate for veterans dropped to 3.5% in 2018, the lowest annual since
In 2004, shortly after the national World War II Memorial was completed, Earl Morse, a retired Air Force captain working at the Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in Springfield, Ohio, realized that
For Veterans Day, here are some historical photos of Americans who served celebrating the end of war and coming home. Alta May Andrews, who served in the Army Nurse Corps in France during World War I,
In the United Kingdom, Veterans Day is celebrated with red paper poppies pinned to lapels in remembrance of those who served in World War I. The practice caught on after the bloody battlefields of France
On Nov. 11, 1918, the Allied nations and Germany signed an armistice ending the fighting in the Great War, which had killed more than 15 million people. A year later, King George V of England proclaimed
In 1989, as Mayor of Burlington, Vermont, Bernie Sanders praised the Cuban revolution in a public statement. “For better or for worse, the Cuban revolution is a very profound and very deep revolution.
Jamie Heinemeier Hansson speaks out about her experience on the receiving end of a black box algorithm, which deemed that her husband, tech entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson, was worthy of a credit
A tunnel built under the Berlin Wall to allow dozens of East Germans to escape to freedom has been exposed for the first time in almost half a century. Hundreds of volunteers, including some of the original