This week on our program, we remember the award-winning writer and illustrator Maurice Sendak.
This autumn festival is traditionally celebrated with family and friends over a big meal that takes hours to prepare.
Ethiopia is one of the last countries in Africa to permit mobile banking.
Jill Kelley is known for her high-level social ties to MacDill Air Force Base, which is the home of the American Central Command.
Roasted turkey is the traditional centerpiece. But the breeds of wild turkey on the table in early America have nearly disappeared.
November 19 is World Toilet Day. It’s estimated that more than a billion women lack access to safe sanitation.
Experts say warming temperatures and rising oceans are contributing to the creation of larger, more destructive storms.
Concern continues to grow about poor behavior by some senior officers.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency says only seven percent of plastic waste in the United States is recycled each year.
Dale Chihuly says he knew he wanted to be an artist from the time he blew his first glass bubble.
And now the South Korean tourism industry is hoping to cash in on the song's international success.
Preterm birth is the greatest killer of newborns around the world, yet most of these babies could be saved, according to Dr. Joy Lawn with Save the Children.