Teeth whitening, self publishing, garage door fixing scams are proliferating on the internet. And even the smartest people fall for them.
During the 2008 "food crisis," people were scrambling for rice, grain and rioting in the streets. Little did they know that Goldman Sachs may have been to blame.
Juarez, Mexico, has become one of the world's most violent cities. Though it's adjacent to the United States, many are struggling to understand the violence.
Children of multi-racial marriages can have a difficult time finding bone marrow for cancer treatment. One group is trying to make it easier.
A school in the Bronx is helping every student learn at his or her own pace using technology, individualized attention, and an innovative program called School of One.
Medical identity theft is rarer than credit card theft, but it's much more costly and can be life-threatening, too.
International soccer stars are being forced to share the World Cup stage with South Africa's baboons. One woman hopes it gains the baboons some sympathy, too.
Residents of Magnolia Springs, Alabama, aren't waiting for BP and the federal government to protect their threatened estuary.
Indian citizens are fighting corruption by paying out worthless zero rupee notes instead of paying for bribes.
Philadelphia has figured out an innovative way to help people avoid foreclosure: Force banks and homeowners to negotiate.