They were the happiest of days.
Attempting to unravel why the Australian public cares about what teenage strangers are drinking, fighting, and sexing.
If Paul Hannaford's stories about suicide attempts, smearing his body with his own feces, and injecting himself with dirty, blunted needles don't make you afraid of heroin, nothing will.
On Saturday, Queensland police announced that a decomposed body had been identified as Tiahleigh. Sunday night saw 400 people attend her vigil.
The viral video of the now-fired South Carolina cop throwing a student to the floor is leading many to question if "school resource officers" are really all that necessary.
A viral video of a cop throwing a black teen to the ground in South Carolina highlights the way black and Latino students are singled out for harsh discipline.
I was a virgin when it started and she made me promise that I loved her. The thing is, I really did.
In the city of Makassar students are now required to wear ant-drug and anti-corruption patches as a statement against what are seen as the country's two biggest scourges.
Most of the detainees were over 18 years old but could neither read nor write.
In Australian schools, sex ed is all about pregnancy and chlamydia. But what about pleasure?
What do you when you're teaching five-year-olds who have been through severe trauma? One thing that helps, it turns out, is handing them a set of pastels.
It's aimed at those who want to be legal dealers, but the university admits that it could help out students wanting to sell to the black market.
A new study shows that a child's typical homework load ridiculously exceeds the amount recommended by experts.
Most students aren't sure what they want to do after graduation, and there's something sexy about that. But there's nothing sexy about not knowing where your next meal will come from.
My childhood was less MDMA and sangria and more prim and proper right-wing children with stoner parents.
Autism in girls is not acknowledged enough, which is why this film is so important.
I asked a couple of experts if snooping on children for signs of radicalization will affect their development.
Josh Maldonado dreams of a world where students get transported to ancient Rome and inside the human body by way of a VR headset.
Also this week: An 82-year-old man slashed a woman's tires because she took his favorite seat at bingo.
Hanging out with nomadic, political people who can make incredible lentil curry isn't a bad way to spend your life.
Last week, Leon Ewing's proposal to use marijuana to help revive Tasmania's ailing school system raised more than a few eyebrows.
"The toughest part of being metal in Tauranga was the sand, and walking down to the beach in Dr. Martens with your pants tucked into your boots."
I was a posh Norwegian class tourist in the English seaside town where I grew up.
I was given with the name Kaitlyn when I was a baby, but I guess that isn't my name anymore. My name is Kai now, I'm 19 years old, and I'm from the Wakka Wakka and Wulli Wulli nations.