Yet more than two centuries after colonisation and 50 years since Aboriginal people won full citizenship there is still one profession that no indigenous person has ever gotten into, one job that no indigenous Australian has ever had.
A man who was born disabled in central China has beaten expectations by being been admitted to Harvard University in the United States.
On the May 13 broadcast of MBC’s “Infinite Challenge,” Yoo Jae Suk used the “YOLO” mission to make the day of a young boy named Yook Seung Woo.
A police officer in Rock County is going above and beyond the call of duty to donate a kidney to a little boy she’d just met.
MOLINE---St. Ambrose University held their graduation ceremony at the iWireless Center Saturday, May 13.
Osnabrücks Environment Investigation Group has – successfully – completed investigations into fraud and breaches of the animal welfare law, violations of the trade regulations, the Animal Disease Protection Ordinance and the Animal Health Law.
KSDK - People are rallying around a south St. Louis woman after she was bullied online.
U.S. Bank has become the first major bank in the U.S. to formally exclude gas and oil pipelines from their project financing.
The Calgary Arm is an ultra-low-cost upper-limb prosthesis designed to be assembled from widely available materials.
DETROIT - A Michigan petting zoo has recovered their hedgehogs after someone stole them from the zoo on Saturday.
This is a column about females and their bodies and their bodies’ needs.
CHICOPEE - When her older cousin fell ill with non-Hodgkin lymphoma years ago, Vidhi Patel watched as he struggled to keep up with schoolwork while being treated for cancer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sixty-four percent of U.S. adults say same-sex marriages should be recognized by the law as valid.
In a country where public schools are, more often than not, less than mediocre with unqualified teachers and little to no funding, education in Pakistan is in a sad state of affairs.
LAS VEGAS -- Kara McCullough won the top prize.
“I was devastated because you think as women we are literally born to do one thing and that’s to reproduce and when you can’t do that one thing you feel like a failure,” Kayser told InsideEdition.com.
An Australian woman was surprised to learn that her boyfriend had tricked her into carrying around her engagement ring in her necklace for more than a year.