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Fri, Apr 24, 2015 2:05 PM
Hundreds of thousands of students in New York alone have refused to take federally mandated standardized tests.
Best Friends Animal Society shares a funny video extolling 14 reasons why 'the one' for you might have four legs instead of two.
If you want to succeed at evolution, it's better to settle for 'Mr. Okay' than wait for 'Mr. Right.'
It can be a challenge to get to know a new beau — and easy to grow apart from a partner. But there are active steps you can take to get closer.
Do electrical circuits and chemical elements make your heart sing? Check out these fun Valentine's Day designs.
But things get fuzzy when you get down to specifics — like how much is too much?
When the temperature drops and chickens lose feathers, many people bundle up their flocks, but others say the garments are more about fashion than function.
'Dogs on the Inside' follows several prisoners as they prepare abused and neglected dogs for adoption.
Boy's father tells reporters, 'I've got a linebacker instead of a fullback.'
Target employees prep teen for job interview and teach him how to tie a tie.
Taking your dog along for a bike ride is a great way for both of you to get exercise. Here are tips to make sure it's a safe and fun excursion.
11-year-old Jonathan Sarisky could teach most adults a thing or two about sticking to their New Year's resolutions.
Only 1 out of every 3,000 calico cats is male — and this one was just scooped up for adoption.
Whether you're the oldest, middle, youngest (or an only), your sibling relationships shape you in significant ways.
Your dog's ability to tolerate cold temperatures depends on several factors.
Photos of a dog named Rami — who has the head of a pit bull, a long body and short legs — have gone viral and resulted in offers of adoption from across the globe.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.