Update | April 23, 2013: The TSA announced yesterday that it was postponing the rule allowing small knives on planes. There was no new date announced for the policy change,
When the Boy Scouts of America reaffirmed its long-held membership policy last June after months of media coverage and national attention to the issue, some leaders thought
Update (Jan. 31): The BSA has provided this page for leaving feedback about the membership policy. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Update (Feb. 5):
With apologies to the Buggles, I’m happy to report that the radio star is alive and well. Well, the ham radio star, at least. And now the BSA offers a special patch for
For Scouts and Scouters, 2012 had plenty of ups — and a couple of downs. We welcomed changes: new merit badges, new Eagle Scout requirements, a new Chief Scout Executive,
You might not enjoy reading this. But it could be the most important thing you’ll read today. As stated in The Boy Scout Handbook, “Child abuse is a serious problem in
The heroes I know don’t wear capes, and they can’t fly. Their utility belts hold pocket knives, not grappling hooks. But the heroes I know often have secret
Seventy-six years before Mark Zuckerberg was even born, the original Scout Law appeared in Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. No need for a new set of 12, though.
JOTA, I hear you loud and clear. More than 18,000 American Scouts participated in the 2012 edition of the Jamboree on the Air last month. That’s a whopping 482 percent
If you've been honored with one of the 34 BSA square knots currently available, waste no time in sewing that badge of honor to your uniform.