Actress Jane Fonda will attend the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner this weekend as CNN’s guest, The Hill reported.
A precocious 8-year-old boy named Peter has a list of concerns for Michelle Obama, starting with her strict rules on school lunches.
Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison argued recently that she wouldn’t consider racism in America as resolved until she sees a police officer shoot a white unarmed teenager in the back.
An Indiana public school district is canceling a series of college field trips that were exclusively for black third-graders following complaints.
The “center” of a home — the place with the most traffic — tends to be wherever food is found, which makes the kitchen or, more specifically, the table, the most important spot in every home. It’s important for a simple reason: Everyone needs to eat. But its significance reaches far beyond the filling of stomachs. The table has the potential to be the place where schedules line up, where work and entertainment get put aside in favor of the conversation that nourishes relationships.
A department store in Japan is impressing customers with a life-like humanoid robot that greets and interacts with customers.
Alice Dreger, a Northwestern University ethicist and author, has gained national attention after she sent out a long series of critical tweets last week as she attended her son’s high school sex-education class on abstinence.