Senior Correspondent is partnering with The Garrison Project to amplify the stories of Veterans.
Parenting can be a thankless job, but it counts for something.
We can't reverse the damage, but we can change the future.
Is President Trump violating people's First Amendment rights by restricting their access to his social media?
President Donald Trump has recently come under fire for blocking Twitter users that criticise him.
June 12, 2017 marked the 50-year anniversary of Loving v. Virginia.
Share a story with us about what brings a smile to your face!
Kayaking on the lake, floating on the river or maybe sitting on the beach.
What is it about the slow country life or the bustling city that you prefer.
Bottling up stress can be detrimental to one's health.
Perhaps it was a schoolteacher's advice.
There are truths ingrained in our society that influence our daily lives.
The years go by and memories fade, but there will always be fond times from younger years that stay fresh.
It could be the love of a spouse, the love of a pet or a love for music.
A thirst for adventure can take us sailing across the sea or at the summit of a mountain.
Oscar Wilde famously asserts that, "to live is the rarest thing in the world.
Time graciously grants us perspective and wisdom.
As summer winds down, students of all ages are preparing to begin a new semester of school.
With new technologies and tools like change.
Every Fourth of July, we celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and our country's freedom.
Whether fixing lunches, kissing boo-boos, helping with homework or offering advice -- a parent's work is never done.
The viewfinder. The Easy Bake Oven. Legos. These beloved toys have entertained generations. What was your favorite childhood toy? Share a brief story, photo or video about your top pick.
For many, Memorial Day is a time for reflection as we honor those who have served and died in our nation's armed forces.
If we're lucky, life is filled with moments where all of our hard work finally pays off.
Many people say that the only thing constant in life is change.
Senior Correspondent Philip Jenks says that for many, the Vietnam War represents the end of America's unwavering trust in its leaders.
Success is relative. For some, it's defined by a sizeable paycheck. For others, success is achieved when a long-term goal is finally reached or a bucket list is completed.
Mel Lavine warns against the effects of modern technology on historical records. What technological advancement or invention has impacted you the most in your lifetime and why? Share a brief story or photo.
Career consultant Deborah Fernandez says confidence is the cornerstone of performance when she advises job seekers.
As winter weather disappears and spring break approaches, many people are busy making travel plans.
Intolerance and religious extremism are part of major headlines on a daily basis.
With the unrest following the recent grand jury decisions in the Mike Brown and Eric Garner cases, memories of similar situations are near at hand.
After a decade of war in Afghanistan and Iraq, a potentially longer conflict looms now as the United States and its allies bomb the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
"Career" seems like an old word in this time of corporate restructuring, off-shoring and free agency.