Is there danger in raising daughters in a princess-filled, damsel in distress worshiping world? Maybe not, thanks to the changes in fairy tale retelling.
The films nominated for top honors at the 87th annual Academy Awards (Sunday, 6:30 p.m. MST, ABC) deal with everything from parenting, maturation, artistry, war, invention and social justice.
It’s a movie about contractual sexual torture, and it’s coming to a theater near you in time for Valentine’s Day.
Looking for ways to add variety to bread-baking? Four new cookbooks have some ideas.
A homeless shelter in North Carolina is using innovation to alleviate homelessness by offering naming rights to everything from a can of corn to a roll of toilet paper.
Find your time for meal preparation is getting shorter and shorter? Here are four solutions to the mealtime woes that come for families busy with soccer practice, dance class and getting to bed on time.
Giving reaches its peak for the year during the holiday season, but what happens the rest of the year when the need is just as great?
Worldwide, one in three people are living on only dollars a day, according to new data from Gallup.
A new controversial book from an Italian author that teaches new brides to be submissive to their husbands, and is topping the charts in book sales in Spain, is firing up feminists internationally.
Being sold into sex trade is psychologically damaging — even more so when it’s your mother who’s doing the selling.
For many millennials, homelessness isn’t an unlikely future due to a difficult job market and sinking student loan debt.
‘Layaway angels’ are anonymously footing the remaining bill for layaway items at Walmart and Kmart stores across the nation.
New research suggests that what you think of the welfare program depends on what you think of the person receiving it.
It seems that family-friendly entertainment is one of the nation’s favorite things as “The Sound of Music Live!” topped NBC’s charts Thursday night.
Recent research indicates that a good majority of autistic children are being treated with psychotropic drugs, despite a lack of evidence supporting what they actually do.
“Games” are being used to raise awareness of global poverty, whether online or in the classroom.
Some of the fast food industry will be participating in a one-day strike this Thursday in hopes of raising their wages to $15 an hour.
Americans are donating less after the disaster in the Philippines compared to other disasters like the earthquake in Haiti or the tsunami in Japan.
For many Americans, Thanksgiving could be met with worry on how to put the turkey on the table.
Whether you’re cooking up some football party grub, a delicious Thanksgiving feast, or favorite holiday treats, The Pioneer Woman’s new holiday cookbook is can help add some cheer to your kitchen.
A report released Monday on the investigation of the Sandy Hook shootings leaves victims’ families with unanswered questions.
In the midst of a great effort to provide relief to the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines two weeks ago, the Humane Society International has made sweeping efforts to administer to the displaced dogs and cats.
Through social media and by leveraging business’ efforts at charitable donations, a new initiative dubbed #GivingTuesday aims to mark official kickoff to the giving season. It seeks to make an impact in the same vein as Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Nov. 19 is World Toilet Day. And instead of being the butt of the joke, it’s an initiative that’s providing proper sanitation to countries in dire need of it.
The grim scene in the Philippines is being met with relief efforts, allowing survivors of Typhoon Haiyan to get a glimpse at reality.
Microsoft and Google are teaming up to combat child pornography.
New research suggests the effects of poverty weigh on the brain and deplete brain capacity in individuals from low-income backgrounds.
Is there a link between obesity and food stamps? New research from Pew Research Center says yes.
Looking to help in the Philippines? Here’s what you can do with the click of a mouse.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau show that poverty across the nation has stayed stagnant at 16 percent, according to the Supplemental Poverty Measure, released Nov. 6.