Untreated Wastewater May Be Turning Dogs BlueThe dogs may be drinking the runoff from dye-manufacturing factories, which then exposes the dogs to the dye's chemicals.
5 Countries To Travel To Where The US Dollar Will Go A Long WayInexpensive activities, combined with favorable exchange rates, make it possible for travelers to enjoy a vacation of a lifetime to several foreign countries.
Best International Festivals To Attend This FallA look at five of the best international festivals and events held in the fall.
Festival Celebrates Anniversary of India's IndependenceThe summer sun and Delaware River made for a perfect back drop to the traditional Indian music and dancing going on on the stage.
Philadelphian, 18, Wins International Prize For Helping Orphans An American teenager has won a prestigious international prize for her charitable work to help orphans in India and other vulnerable children.
Travel To The Wonders Of The WorldHere's a quick guide for families to the New Seven Wonders of the World and the only surviving original Seven Wonders of the World.
Stigall Show Log 8.4.14Chris discusses the President admitting the CIA tortured detainees, ebola patients being flown back to the US, and the tightening Senate Race between Cory Booker and Jeff Bell. He talked to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00.
How To Look Like A Local When Dining AbroadThe good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
Study: Common Spice Could Be Useful In Fighting DepressionA new study shows that a spice commonly used in many ethnic cuisines may be as beneficial as medication to those with depression -- and without the scary side effects.
U.S. Census Bureau Makes Predictions For 2014According to the Bureau, the population of the United States is expected to be 317,297,938 on Jan. 1, 2014, up 0.7 percent from New Year’s Day 2013.
Chinese Students Eclipse Foreign Student Growth In USAs recently as six years ago, China and India each began sending 100,000 students to the US. But since then, enrollment of foreign students has dropped off, except for China and Saudi Arabia.
A Look At Poverty, Entitlements In Overseas Countries While Congress debates on whether to raise taxes or cut entitlement programs, a local woman traveled across the globe to Indian and New Zealand to look at how those countries deal with poverty and entitlements.