Source: George W. Bush Institute
It can be hard to find common ground in a tense situation. Click here to read an interview with Chicago’s Superintendent of Police David Brown, who urges Americans involved in conflicts to really listen to each other, see past their differences, and work together in a spirit of collaboration.
For the Bajau, diving is a cornerstone of culture and a way of life. Sadly, this way of life could be threatened by ocean pollution.
The inspiring legacy of Holocaust survivor Arnold Frinland is shared to a worldwide audience via social media.
Every culture has used myths and legends to explain the natural world around them. Watch this short video on the story early Irish residents used to explain a particularly strange rock formation on the northern coast of the island.
Source: Washington Post
Japan is taking huge strides to aid Ukrainian refugees, which could lead to policy changes in the future.
Source: Psychology Today
You might do a good deed for someone else just because it’s the right thing to do. Research shows, though, that you’re more likely to do that good deed if you’ve recently seen someone else do a good deed. This article discusses the infectiousness of altruism.
Source: The College Board
Do you already know what kind of career you want to pursue? Then you are lucky—and unique. If, like most of your peers, you don’t know “what you want to be when you grow up,” consider the helpful tips in this article.
Ben Saunders talks about his epic, 105-day trek to the South Pole and back; the same route taken by Captain Scott on his ill-fated 1912 expedition.
Learn 10 surprising facts about Black Friday, the biggest shopping day in the year.
Source: The Washington Post
Andra and Tatiana Bucci, who were 4 and 6 years old when they were taken to a concentration camp, traveled to the U.S. as adults to reunite with their former caregiver, a kind woman they called “Manna.” Read this article about the reunion.