There are many headlines in the news today about fighting white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan with violence.
Students in one Florida county won’t have to worry about doing homework, thanks to a new policy that affects 31 elementary schools in that area, Today.com reports.
Malala Yousafzai, a 20-year-old Pakistani activist for female education who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, has announced that her own education will continue after she was accepted to Oxford University.
The woman who beat back a 35 year old man trying to abduct children, has told her amazing story.
The Lowell man has been riding since he was a toddler.
LITTLETON -- A veteran from Littleton is helping homeless veterans across our state by raising funds to purchase boots for them.
BRANDON, Fla. — Slayer the hero Pitbull mix is back home Wednesday after spending the early portion of the week in the doggie equivalent of intensive care.
Elephants have been helping to rescue tourists stranded in Nepal amid the country’s worst rains in more than a decade.
Last week, Melani Andrews walked into her local animal shelter and asked for "the oldest dog you have, and the one no one wants to adopt."
Trubs, a rescue from New Beginnings for Cats, spent five of his six years at the shelter until 6-year-old Jade Allen, of Bradley, bonded with him during a rainy-day visit to "pet the kitties" at the shelter one year ago.
A Bay area woman, who has lived more than a century, received a sweet surprise that will help her keep moving.
At first, Margaret Price thought the little ball of orange fur on the side of the road just up ahead was roadkill.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When U.S. Marine Marvin Strombo found a Japanese flag on the body of an enemy soldier during World War Two, he took and promised to one day return it to the family of his fallen foe.
Longtime friends Jean Ann Privett, 78, and Mary Jane Seagle, 80, sit in the former lunchroom, remembering school days and playground fun.
The dad, who left school after his Junior Certificate, said he was inspired to sit his exams because he wanted to show his son the value of an education.
In a win for conservationists and environmental groups, British Columbia says it will no longer allow the trophy hunting of grizzly bears in the Canadian province starting on Nov. 30.
Schools in Latin America and around the world are searching for ways to take student impact beyond the classroom.
A 16 year old boy, who goes by the name ‘Fruity Simon’, has completed a task most adults would wince at, he’s written an entire e-book by himself!