A third grade teacher from Colorado asked students to share one thing they wished she knew about them. Their honesty highlights not only the struggles youth face, but also the need for greater classroom connectivity.
A New York City-based nonprofit is using street signs in a campaign to generate discussion around street harassment – one of the most prevalent and least acknowledged forms of sexual violence in the world.
The Maryland couple who made news for allowing their children to walk to the park unsupervised have drawn attention to a parenting style that advocates greater independence for kids. The debate has also raised the question of just how dangerous today's world is for children.
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A competitor is applied with fake tan before competing in the Mr. Thailand 2015 bodybuilding competition in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday. The three-day competition attracts more than 400 bodybuilding enthusiasts across the country.
John T. Booker was arrested for attempting a suicide attack on Fort Riley military base. The actions were part of an extensive FBI sting operation, raising an ethical question of whether sting operations are helpful or counterproductive.
For many Republicans, the move to expand access to Medicaid amounts to an endorsement of Obamacare, but states like Montana that refused federal funding have been under pressure to reconsider that decision.
Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal has eaten into her poll ratings on issues like trust and honesty. For the first time, a new poll shows the GOP presidential field edging ahead of her in hypothetical matchups in key swing states.