“Individual faults and fragilities are no excuse to give in, and no exemption from the common obligation to give of ourselves. Today, more than ever before, I believe that each of us as individuals must not only struggle to make a better world, but to … Read More
2018 has seen a relentless attack against vital and valued American institutions and principles: the FBI; Department of Justice; the rule of law; and the greatest assault on truth in recent history.
Who would have imagined that most of it would come from a U.S. … Read More
In a time of domestic chaos and conflict, CBS On the Road correspondent Steve Hartman updates his yearly story about Secret Santa… with twist, (Dec. 14).
“A lot of people ignore the homeless, but folks rushing past Moses Elder might regret … Read More
Repeated every year by CBS News’ reporter Steve Hartman, this is one story of character and compassion I never get tired of.
One very wealthy and very grateful gentleman travels the country and hands out $100 to individuals in need.
CBS News cameras capture the … Read More
No, it’s not the latest Hallmark Christmas movie. It’s a new game from Parker Brothers that you and the whole family can be engaged and enraged in this holiday season.
You know there’s a culture shift in the zeitgeist when toy company Hasbro — through … Read More
In 2017, the United Nations convened a conference which resulted in The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
In 2017, the Nobel committee awarded The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons – better known as ICAN – its coveted Peace prize for their … Read More
P.M. Forni, the early Italian Literature professor who asked all of us to choose civility, died earlier this month at his Maryland home.
As a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, Forni help found The Civility Project whose aim was to examine the importance of … Read More