Two Maryland parents' decision to allow their 10- and 6-year-old children to walk to the park without an adult has reignited a national debate over how much supervision children must – or should – have.
A growing number of studies suggests that the portrayal of alcohol use in films is connected to teen drinking. Some public health officials say the images need to be curtailed – as images of tobacco use were in the 1990s.
Matt LaChappa was an up-and-coming pitcher with the San Diego Padres after being drafted in 1993. In one instant his career was taken from him – what has the baseball team done in that time to make his life easier?
High-schooler Audrie Pott killed herself after three boys sexually assaulted her. At least two of the boys have agreed to talk to teens to help promote change as part of a settlement, but that could pose problems, experts say.
The Masters, professional golf's first major championship of the year, gets started on Thursday. Check out some of the notables who hope to play well enough to wear the green jacket on Sunday afternoon.
Many sexual assault activists worry that fallout from the Rolling Stone story will put a chill on the coverage of sex crimes. But transparency and thoroughness in reporting can lead to better outcomes, media experts and others say.
March Madness concludes Monday night in an NCAA matchup of No.1 seeds: the Duke Blue Devils and the Wisconsin Badgers at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The game will be televised at 9:18 p.m. on CBS.