Dad: Why I'm marching with my daughter

I'm no joiner, but Trump's behavior has awakened me to how much i care that my daughters can live in a world where a woman controls her own body and future, writes James Kindall.

20-cent, whirligig-inspired Paperfuge could help diagnose diseases

With inspiration from an ancient toy, researchers believe that the simple spinning mechanics of a whirligig could help in the diagnosis of malaria, HIV and other diseases around the world, according to a new study.

Moms and daughters marching together

Allison Busch-Vogel, a lawyer and mom of three in South Orange, New Jersey, was so devastated by Donald Trump's victory and Hillary Clinton's defeat in the presidential race, she couldn't get herself to work for three days after the election.

How to get kids to step up and get involved

Katie Danziger, a mom of three in New York City, remembers when her daughter, a college senior, called last year as there were demonstrations around racial issues on campuses across the country.

Real survivors get fairy-tale endings

He seemed like such a nice man, the clean-cut 25-year old who visited a rural Wisconsin church one autumn morning in 1996, looking for a wife.