Devon teenagers inspire English schools with mental health resources
hey are busy studying for GCSEs and A-levels but four teenagers from Devon have also found time to develop lesson plans, newsletters and videos on mental health that are being used by schools across England.
At Rwanda's Favorite Bars, Forget the Beer: Milk Is What's on Tap
Milk is a favorite drink in Rwanda, and milk bars serve it up in abundance, fresh or fermented, hot or cold. "When you drink milk, you always have your head straight and your ideas right."
Arkansas School Says If Your Kid Forgets Homework Or Lunch At Home ... Tough
As a parent it's nice to occasionally share bad cop responsibilities with someone other than your spouse. That's why you're usually pretty cool with school telling your kid what to do.
A neighborhood rally helped to quiet racist noise blaring from a Virginia home
A Virginia Beach, Va., family, subjected to racist harassment, got some relief after neighbors rallied to support them.
Baseball stole the NFL's thunder on Sunday. A compelling and potentially chaotic MLB playoffs await.
Beginning Tuesday, there will be more craziness, more unpredictability, from the wild cards right through the final out of the Fall Classic.
Spagnoli: On a night that was all about Tom Brady, Mac Jones stole the show
On a rainy night in Foxboro, it was all about Tom Brady's return. But in the end, it was really about the arrival of Mac Jones.
Suspect Held in Teacher's Killing as U.K. Women Demand Safer Streets
The case of Sabina Nessa, 28, whose body was found in a London park, has renewed national outrage over violence against women in Britain.
Fintech Modern Treasury opens S.F. office, makes key hire - San Francisco Business Times
By Mark Calvey Senior Reporter, San Francisco Business Times
In Sicily Slums, a 113-Year Wait for Housing May Be Over
After a 1908 earthquake in Messina, the displaced were moved into temporary shacks. Thousands still live in squalor, but the pandemic has pushed Rome to take action at last.