Here comes the bride, all dressed in anything but white
Baby, we were born to runza - revisiting a Nebraska favorite
Poor Vinnie. That's not actually his name, because this wasn't his fault. Sadly, his real one is, in some quarters, synonymous with "That Kid Whose Parents Didn't Let Him Trick-Or-Treat."
For more than a decade, studies have shown that some cancer patients benefit from taking aspirin, but who exactly might benefit remained unclear. Now a new study appears to have found a specific patient population that may live longer by taking this drug: Colon cancer patients.
The violin she uses is cheap by most standards: made in China, it costs about $150. But that's an absolute fortune for Yanca Leite. On the day we visited her, the 15-year-old aspiring musician couldn't even afford breakfast. Yanca shares a one-bedroom shack with eight relatives in a sprawling shantytown on the outskirts of Sao Paulo called Paraisopolis, or Paradise City.
My Take: Muslims must engage politically, look outside themselves
Is Disney's Princess Sofia Hispanic or not?
Why region fears al-Assad's 'blackmail' in Beirut, explains Nadim Shehadi, an associate fellow of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House and former director of the Centre for Lebanese Studies at Oxford University.
Malala is face of global attacks on schools, says Bede Sheppard is a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch.