Diana Williams, a teacher from Surrey, British Columbia, describes the value of making microloans from the classroom.
Amazon Studios announced plans to begin producing and acquiring original movies for theatrical release and, within weeks, video streaming.
The U.S. ocean, atmospheric and space agencies affirmed on Friday what the planet has been telling us every way it knows how: 2014 was the hottest year since record keeping began in 1880.
In his upcoming State of the Union speech, President Barack Obama will call on Congress to simplify a tax code he deems overly complicated and weighted toward wealthy Americans, administration officials said Saturday.
SpaceX's most recent attempt at pioneering a reusable rocket did not go as planned when the soft landing ended with a bang. The rocket ran out of hydraulic fluid minutes before landing, causing it to lose control and come in just short of the floating landing platform. While this first attempt was not successful, the company says they have at least a dozen more missions planned for 2015.
A girl wrote a letter to her late father on a balloon and then released it into the sky. CNN affiliate KTLA reports on what happened next.
Gainesville, Georgia, police are looking for a man suspected of stealing gurneys out of funeral home hearses. CNN affiliate WSB reports.
Today, as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I know there are those who will ask, "How long will it take?" How long until the dream is fulfilled? How long until our destination is reached?
An Oregon man who miraculously survived after his truck became wedged in between two crashed tractor trailers, said he closed his eyes and prayed as the second vehicle barreled toward him.
The Danish crown retreated from 2 1/2-year highs against the euro after Denmark's central bank cut interest rates.
A professor developed a measure for sarcasm by Supreme Court members, and Justice Antonin Scalia dwarfed the showings of every justice he has served with.
Jury selection in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is going slower than expected.
She was left for dead at the foot of Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge after the county sheriff declared: "Let the buzzards eat them."
"Selma," the new feature film about the civil rights struggle, is igniting a struggle of its own over who deserves credit -- or blame -- in the events of 50 years ago that are depicted in the movie.
Two of the four presidents on Mount Rushmore never went to college, but serious candidates without degrees are becoming rarer.
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