• Afghan Poor
    The United Nations World Food Programme, WFP announced on Tuesday that they have agreed to contribute $3 million dollars towards a project to help the urban poor cope with high food prices.
  • Businessmen
    Canada's top 100 chief executive officers earned an average $8.38 million in 2010, a 27 percent increase over the average $6.6 million they took in 2009, according to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
  • Beyonce Pregnant
    Pop star Beyoncé is still pregnant despite the rumors that she gave birth over the holiday weekend and sources say that she’s still styling with “sky high heels.”
  • Zumba
    At the end of every year, many people talk about making a New Year’s resolution, while some fail to keep it. A new study reveals that a majority of American adults don't actually make them.
  • Brain Gray Matter
    Teens diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychoses appear to show greater decreases in the brain's gray matter volume and increases in cerebrospinal fluid in the frontal lobe compared to healthy adolescents without a diagnosis of psychosis.
  • Children play
    Researchers suggest that there may be a positive outcome when combining physical activity with the academic performance in children.
  • Students
    Researchers have found that a focused program to build social, emotional, and character skills resulted in significantly improved overall quality of education, as evaluated by teachers, parents and students.
  • Moon
    China plans to put astronauts on the moon, according to a 5-year plan of the country's space activities released on Friday.
  • Indiana prosecutors in Fort Wayne on Friday charged a baby sitter with the murder and dismemberment of a 9-year-old girl days before Christmas.
  • Top Stories in a Given Week
    News events filled more than half of all news coverage studied in a given week on five different occasions in 2011, a rarity in the group’s years of charting news coverage, according to the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.
  • The current president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City has been sued for $1 billion dollars by a cancer center he used to lead for allegedly lying about his rights to discoveries.
  • After the decades long scientific suggestion that people ignore logic when making a decision and go with their gut instinct, a researcher has suggested that maybe thinking about logic is also intuitive.