The Obama administration will host an anti-bullying White House summit today, including a live chat on Facebook.
After two hours of arguments Monday, Supreme Court justices seem split on whether states can mete out life sentences to juveniles who aren't killers.
The Supreme Court on Monday takes up two cases that explore the question: Should juveniles convicted of nonlethal crimes be sentenced to life in prison without parole?
How will Sonia Sotomayor vote? Is John Paul Stevens soon to retire? Will John Roberts and Samuel Alito be more unabashedly conservative? The term begins Monday.
Two Florida teens were given life sentences without parole for nonlethal crimes. The top court will consider if the punishments are constitutional.