Animals have helped Sarah,, a childhood brain cancer survivor, in ways no person ever could.
Life for women in the '60s: What was gained, what was lost and what is new? Reflections on a quiet Sunday morning.
The follow up to The Passage is due out this autumn. But how good was the first book?
In an age of reduced incomes and work hours, people are almost bound to become fixated on reduced prices.
Whether runaways or throwaways, hundreds of thousands of our children have nowhere to call home in one of the richest countries in the world.
Ayn Rand is many things to many people, but can be universally recognized as a daring and pioneering thinker.
Barbara Jordan was not only a public servant, but one who shattered glass ceilings and set the highest of standards.
César Chávez was a labor leader without equal; one who defied the odds to give migrant workers a better life.
Everyone knows that Milton S. Hershey was a successful confectioner, but what about his being the godfather of compassionate capitalism?
The writer who gave us Blade Runner and Minority Report.
Meet the self-made English Jew who became America's first and, to date, only, reigning monarch.
The story of a woman who changed the face of society with her epic struggle for personal reproductive rights.
Charles Deering could have had a lazy life, but chose one of adventure that led to activism for Mother Nature.