Many of parents brought their children to participate in the protests in Baltimore in the past week to teach their children the power of their voices. Others said they wanted to educate their kids about their rights, and give them a chance to be a part of history.
As the dust settles on the 2014 mid-term election and the parties analyze why more Americans didn't come out to vote, it's time to recognize that political involvement does not come with an on/off switch. There are lessons to be learned from the example of thousands of citizens in Baltimore and around the country who participate in community-sponsored initiatives to plant trees. Yes, trees.
When the winter Olympics gets underway next month in Sochi, Russia, Under Armour's logo will be seen by millions of viewers around the globe as the Baltimore-based brand sponsors two U.S. teams and another from Canada
The nuclear accord reached in Geneva last month has sparked a robust debate in the U.S. and around the world. Was the agreement a major achievement in preventing Tehran from obtaining the nuclear bomb, or does it leave the regime's nuclear apparatus intact? Well, if you ask the ayatollahs, the world has at last recognized their "right" to enrich uranium.