The Biggest Names In Coffee Plan to Raise $100,000 For the ACLU This Weekend

Many in the American food and drink world have not been shy about voicing their opinions on the executive orders from President Trump banning travel and immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries.

This Maryland Tattoo Parlor Is Covering Up Racist Tattoos for Free – VICE

There are plenty of bad tattoos in the world.

The ‘homeless spikes’ in Manchester city centre have been removed

Homeless spikes installed in the city centre designed to stop people sleeping rough have been removed after an outcry from M.E.N. readers.

Missing bobcat Ollie found on National Zoo property

The National Zoo said Wednesday that it has its missing bobcat back two days after the 7-year-old animal disappeared from its enclosure.

CMS teacher connects to students with special handshakes

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Most teachers start their day off with attendance, but a local teacher has found his own unique way to connect with students before they enter Room 219.

Former vice president Biden to launch charitable foundation

Former vice president Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, on Wednesday will launch the Biden Foundation, a charitable organization with a wide-ranging agenda, including fighting cancer, preventing sexual assault, supporting military families and promoting education.

After years of being “locked in,” patients communicate, say they’re happy

Using a new, noninvasive device that measures brain waves and blood flow, four locked-in patients were able to communicate by answering yes or no questions, neuroscientists report this week in PLOS Biology.

From messenger of hate to preacher of tolerance

“I planted a lot of seeds of hate... and I feel it is my responsibility to erase some of what I helped to create,” said former neo-Nazi Christian Picciolini during an event in Sofia.

Jews in a small Texan city gave Muslims the keys to the synagogue after...

Security officials investigate the aftermath of a fire at the Victoria Islamic Center mosque in Victoria, Texas January 29, 2017.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Medals to be made from mobile phones

Olympic and Paralympic medals for the Tokyo 2020 Games will be made from recycled mobile phones.

British boy rejects £5MILLION offer for money-saving website he started aged 12

A 16-year-old who set up his first company at the age of 12 claims he has REJECTED a multi-million pound bid from American investors for his latest venture - before it has even launched.

Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor to Marry Fireman Who Saved Her

In April 2013, Roseann Sdoia was cheering on runners near the finish line of the Boston Marathon when two homemade bombs detonated — right by the spot where she stood.

Texas Boy Invents Device to Prevent Hot Car Deaths

The number of children who overheated and died inside cars increased across the country last year, and Texas had the highest number of cases.

Mailman builds ramp for aging dog so they can continue their sweet daily greeting

Colorado mailman Jeff Kramer usually treads lightly when he sees a dog approaching him on his route.

‘I would do it again’: Man donates his kidney to wife on anniversary

The 20th anniversary is known as the “china anniversary.” But for Cindy and Scott Chafian of Suffolk, Virginia, the celebration revolved around something even more delicate — and infinitely more precious.

Ikea is planning to sell a line of rugs made by Syrian refugees

Ikea is planning to sell a line of rugs and textiles made by Syrian refugees in 2019, in an effort to provide jobs to people displaced by the civil war.

Robert Kraft says after his wife died Trump called every week for a year...

The New England Patriots triumvirate of owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick, and quarterback Tom Brady have ruffled a few feathers in the heavily Democratic Commonwealth of Massachusetts for their friendship and loyalty to President Donald Trump.

Alan Turing Law Grants Posthumous Pardons to Gay Men in Britain –

Britain has granted posthumous pardons to thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of sexual offenses under laws that have since been abolished, the government said on Tuesday, according to Reuters.