The whole world is excited over the birth of the newest royal baby, the heir to the British throne, the future King. Remember this historic royal birth for generations to come with these royally superb royal baby souvenirs.
With the whole world waiting for the arrival of the newest royal baby, we are left wondering if the modern Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will follow royal protocol on royal baby traditions, or will they put their own spin on the raising of the royal tot.
With the recent not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, we have definitive proof that very little has changed in America when it comes to racism and accountability. This not guilty verdict is reminiscent of the 1955 Emmett Till murder.
In a teacher in North Carolina is under public scrutiny after she cut the hair of a 7-year-old student with down syndrome for reasons that have not been corroborated. As an educator myself, I'm shocked.
8 badminton players were disqualified from the Summer Olympics in London for purposefully trying to throw matches. Here are other instances when athletes were disqualified, or had their medals stripped, during Summer Olympics Games.
U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman took the spotlight when she was chosen as one of the two female gymnasts to compete in the all-around at the Olympics. Here is everything you would want to know about Aly Raisman.
Diving is going to be one of the most-watched events at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. If you're a fan of diving, and don't want to miss all of the events, here is the complete Olympics television schedule for diving.
Ever since I was a little girl, I loved watching the Olympic artistic gymnastics. If you love gymnastics as much as I do, set your alarms because the games are about to begin. Here is the complete Olympics television schedule for artistic gymnastics.
The 2012 Olympics Games kick off in London on Friday, July 27. If you're a fan of fencing, you'll want to clear your schedule so you don't miss a match. Here is the complete Olympics television schedule for fencing.
If you love Olympics gymnastics like I do, then we don't have to wait much longer before the gymnastic events kick off at the Games in London. Here is the complete Olympics television schedule for rhythmic gymnastics.
During the "Parade of Nations" at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics, we've seen some pretty weird outfits over the years, but we've seen some pretty good ones, too. Here are my top 5 outfits of Olympics history.
One of the highlights of the opening ceremony of the Olympics is watching the marching of the athletes from all of the participating countries. While some are dressed to impress, some are not. Here are my top 10 worst outfits in Olympics history.
Since the first Olympic mascot was introduced at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, mascots have become an integral part of the Olympics. Here is the history of Olympic mascots and mascots throughout the years.
It's about that time in the summer when parents start thinking about back-to-school clothes shopping. When you head out to the stores this school year, remember these standard dress codes and common dress issues in public schools.
When the deratio winds winds ripped through my state of West Virginia on Friday, it left a path of destruction. Almost a million people are still without power in West Virginia and Ohio and we are running out of food.
In response to an article in the Huffington Post about Britain's education secretary requiring all grammar students to memorize poetry, I say it's good practice. I can still recite the first poem I memorized.
A new photo series by Emma Arvida Bystrom, titled "There Will Be Blood," depicts women in everyday situations facing common menstruation woes. While the photos are shocking to some, they empower women.
An expert panel for the FDA will be considering on Tuesday if a home test that detects the HIV virus should be made available over-the-counter. While they weigh both sides of the issue, I say it's a good idea to prevent transmission.
While the Associated Press reports on the massive preparations taking in place in London for a potential terrorist attack at the 2012 Summer Olympics, conspiracy theorists cry foul play, citing similiar forewarnings before 911.
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, New York schools will be enforcing rules that limit teachers from corresponding with students via social media sites. Students, teachers, and social media do not mix.
Octomom, Nadya Suleman, is in the news again over recent photos showing a questionable lifestyle for her 14 kids. As parents, we all are guilty of questionable parenting tactics- the only difference is our flaws aren't plastered on every news outlet.
Despite the fact that I am a conservative Catholic voter, I have no choice but to support President Obama and the Democratic ticket because only the Democrats will help us middle-class with our student loans.
The Bishop of Peoria, Daniel Jenky, is under pressure over a statement he made comparing Obama to Hitler. Jenky is right and the recent provisions to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) prove it.
Cameron Moffett, the principal of a school in West Virginia, was arrested and charged with felony child abuse after he physically removed an unruly student from a school bus. Along with other teachers, I don't see Moffett's actions as abusive.
In an article by the Huffington Post, attention is being drawn to the ever-increasing sexy prom dresses girls are wearing. As an educator, I can attest that they are dressing too sexy for the classroom, as well.
With a 21 century education, it's vital for educators to connect content areas in their curriculum. Students learn and retain more information when they are able to think critically and connect concepts.
Considering that gas is already $4 a gallon in many parts of the country, it comes as no surprise that gas could go as high as $5 a gallon. For those of us driving gas hogs, I foresee a lot of walking in our future.
According to the Associated Press, Pope Benedict announced on Friday that he is in opposition to the political and cultural influences to legalize gay marriage. The Pope (and The Church) will never approve of gay marriage.
The Associated Press reports that 70% of the cases of law enforcement involvement and arrests in schools occurs with students from minority groups. This is due to the sociological phenomenon of labeling and self-fulfilling prophesy.
23 states are considering adopting laws that would require anyone who receives public assistance to undergo a drug test. If the working class has to be drug tested to earn their money, welfare people should be drug tested to receive their checks.
Gov. Chris Christie plans to lower flags to half-staff on Saturday for Whitney Houston's funeral. Houston was an amazing singer, one that many people around the world respected and admired, but flags shouldn't fly half-staff for a drug addict.
The worst snowstorm to hit Japan in six years has dumped 10 foot of snow in Japan, killing 52 people. While Japan has more snow then they can handle, America has none. Why has winter escaped many parts of the United States?
Regardless of your political leanings, you would be hard-pressed to criticize President Obama's contributions to education during his presidency. How does Obama's likely Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, stand up in terms of education?
Multi-genre research projects are a new trend in education. Instead of the traditional alphabetic, 5-paragraph essay, teachers are having success with multi-genre research projects. What exactly is a multi-genre research project?
With the ever-increasing diversity among students in the classroom, it’s important for teachers to create a culturally diverse curriculum. Here are ways for teachers to bring culture into the classroom.
According to a new study, 70 percent of people believe in the existence of the devil, which is up 15 percent since 1990. Padre Pio, the famous priest with the stigmata, claimed to have fought with the devil.