What better day than Mother’s Day to drop in on filmmaker Josh Seftel in Brooklyn, catching up with his Mom in Florida, chatting about family, spring, romance and … alligators?
When Rebecca Danigelis lost her job at age 75, her son, Sian-Pierre Regis, decided to fill her life with joy, by helping her check off items from her bucket list. That adventure (originally
No word would suffice to express the fluency with which these shorthand icons, which have supplanted words in texts and emails and on social media, have become a language unto themselves.
Mothers and fathers open up to college students about loss suffered when pledges to fraternities and sororities die as a result of hazing rituals. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with anti-hazing
Mothers and fathers whose children have died as a result of hazing rituals at fraternities and sororities are joining forces with representatives of the Greek community in an effort to reform a
The longtime president of the Mormon Church died Tuesday night at 90 years old. Thomas Monson had served at the church’s highest levels for more than half a century. Monson kept a low public
Fusion GPS, the research firm caught up in the Russia election probe, now accuses Republicans of working to mislead the public in a New York Times op-ed. The firm commissioned the so-called
The Mega Millions jackpot climbed even higher Tuesday night, meaning the prizes in both major U.S. lotteries are now more than $400 million each. The next drawing is Friday for the Mega Millions
Companies that recycle cardboard boxes are overwhelmed in the wake of record holiday shopping online. Amazon, the leader in online shopping, said it shipped more than five billion items for Prime
The backlash against social media star Logan Paul, who posted a video of an apparent suicide victim, is intensifying despite two apologies. The 22-year-old posted the controversial video on his