Teenage Business Owner Makes ‘Wearable Art’2019-10-12
Before she could even talk, Ellie Heath spent hours drawing pictures. When she grew older, the 15-year-old discovered the joy of sewing. She says she finds it calming.
'Joker' Film Gets Poor Reviews, Makes Big Money2019-10-05
The long awaited Joker opened Friday in theaters across America. If you have not heard, the movie is the latest examination of the Joker character, a 1940 creation of DC Comics. Joker is an especially tricky criminal, who serves as an enemy to the supe
For Separated Koreans, Memories Fading and Time Running Out2019-09-19
Jin Gyeong-sun was in his early 20s when he fled North Korea during the Korean War. He left behind two sisters and a brother. Nearly 70 years later, Jin still has not spoken to or seen his family since.
First Lady's Personal Touches for the White House2019-09-19
Attendees of the White House’s second state dinner of the Trump presidency on Friday will see some new personal touches from the first lady, Melania Trump. There are new wall coverings in the Red Room, new window treatments in the Green Room and restor
Non-alcoholic ‘Mocktails’ Growing in Popularity2019-09-16
Five years ago, Lorelei Bandrovschi’s friend urged her to stop drinking alcohol for a month. So to celebrate her 27th birthday, Bandrovschi agreed.
Popular American Stores Now Selling Used Clothing2019-09-09
More and more Americans are buying used clothes from second-hand stores. Now, some major department stores have started selling old clothes, too.
Why Americans Don’t Wear White after Labor Day2019-09-02
This Monday is Labor Day in the United States – a holiday linked to workers’ rights and wearing white.
Will Sports Star's Gift Re-energize Golf at Black Colleges?2019-08-31
Ernie Andrews looks out to the grounds of the historic Langston Golf Course in Washington, D.C.
Obamas and Netflix Present 1st Joint Film Project, ‘American Factory’2019-08-24
Former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle made their Hollywood debuton Wednesday with a film set in industrial Ohio.
Old, Rare Nike Shoes Sold for Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars2019-07-25
A pair of Nike company running shoes from 1972 sold for a record-breaking $437,500 in a public auction Tuesday.
Boy Loves Toys, Becomes a Toy Himself
North America to Hold the 2026 FIFA World Cup
A New Dog Museum for New York
Naomi Osaka Sponsor Drops Ad after Criticism
The Crazy Success Behind 'John's Crazy Socks'
Taking Pictures Helps Young People Living With Cancer
Women ‘Step Up’ at Grammy Awards
Soccer Tournament Unites Uyghurs in America
UNESCO Names Reggae International Cultural Treasure
Musician Pleases Crowds by Playing Glasses Filled with Water
Teenage Business Owner Makes ‘Wearable Art’
'Joker' Film Gets Poor Reviews, Makes Big Money
For Separated Koreans, Memories Fading and Time Running Out
First Lady's Personal Touches for the White House
Non-alcoholic ‘Mocktails’ Growing in Popularity
Popular American Stores Now Selling Used Clothing
Why Americans Don’t Wear White after Labor Day
Will Sports Star's Gift Re-energize Golf at Black Colleges?
Obamas and Netflix Present 1st Joint Film Project, ‘American Factory’
Old, Rare Nike Shoes Sold for Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars
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