A brutal chemical-weapons attack on Syrian civilians is posing a major test for U.S. President Donald Trump, who reacted with outrage to the killings but declined to say what actions the U.S. might take
Classic, Warriors The Golden State Warriors are unfair. Even when you play good defense on them and nearly force a turnover, it doesn’t matter. It never matters. Pretty sure Shaun Livingston was just to
Three recent studies point to just how broad, bizarre, and potentially devastating climate change is to life on Earth. And we’ve only seen one degree Celsius of warming so far. Climate change is rapidly
Former running back Montee Ball played two seasons for the Denver Broncos and was a two-time consensus All-American at Wisconsin, and he recently opened up about his football career and his struggles alcohol.
I sat in the dark, nearly silent movie theater watching Arrival with my 7- and 11-year-old sons. When the crew first encounters aliens, one character drops the F-word. I leaned over and whispered in Owen’s
China now able to deploy combat aircraft and missile launchers to disputed islands at any time, says US thinktank China has largely completed three major military bases in the South China Sea that have
Jocks don’t have to be dumb, but according to former NFL player Myron Rolle, the league sure prefers them that way. “Their sentiment was, ‘You play very well, but there’s other guys who will run through
Depression Doesn't Mean You're Weak. Here's How You Can Have a Mental Illness and Still Be Mentally Strong
Sometimes, people with mental illness are the strongest ones. Despite their struggles, they keep showing up anyway. There's a pervasive belief that mental illness stems from weakness. But that's not true.
As Donna Pattison-Reid sat in her GP’s surgery, she reeled off a list of the ways her three-year-old son Lewis’s behaviour had changed over recent weeks. There was the return of Lewis’s bedwetting, even
Whether due to an injury or pregnancy, sciatica hurts! The piercing, shooting pain is caused when the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower spine down the back of each leg, gets pinched. It can be so
Thinktank’s education lead raises concerns over social media ‘echo chamber’ and says ability to discern fact from fiction is vital Children should be taught in schools how to spot fake news, the Organisation
South Carolina and Mississippi State are rolling into the second round. The NCAA women’s basketball tournament kicked off Friday, and the story of the day was chalk. The No. 1 seed South Carolina Gamecocks
There are lots of little milestones at the beginning of a relationship: letting your legs touch on a first date. Meeting each other’s friends. Deciding what the two of you officially are. But for me there’s
On July 8, 2014, I published a post titled “Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today” by Angela Hanscom, a pediatric occupational therapist. Ever since then, the idea has struck a chord with readers