A recent study found that children who live with step- or half-siblings are more likely to behave aggressively than kids who don't. We got in touch with the lead researcher to figure out why.
In the final part of the series, host Wilbert L. Cooper meets the victims' families who are continuing to try to make sense of Sowell's crimes and the institutional failures that contributed to them.
Due to the economy it's hard enough to live in Greece, but exorbitant burial costs, limited cemetery space, and endless bureaucracy make dying almost as difficult.
Watch this intense and emotionally complex short about three hell-raising boys and their pissed-off father by Kat Candler.
By some measures, new parents are more miserable than people grieving their spouses.
With 19 countries already legalising same-sex marriage, a small but vocal group continues to oppose it. It's not religious, or right wing, or even straight.
The essayist discusses the complex tragedy of having a loved one take their own life.
After last year's budget catastrophe, this year's budget was underpinned by a much smaller ambition: Don't get fired. Find out who wins, who loses, and who both wins and loses.
Can you heal people by getting them to act out their feelings in front of a bunch of animals and strangers? Sara Fancy thinks so.
In this weekend's Sunday Comic, a superhero accidentally crashes an open-mic night.
They don't need a bag packed at night anymore, they can go to bed without preparing for the worst, and their kids are energetic, whereas before they were just zonked out all the time. The only thing bad about the kid-friendly marijuana tincture they use i…
After the sun sets and parents tuck their kids into bed, the neighborhood houses wake up and come out to play.
Berkin Elvan, a 15-year-old Turkish boy, died on March 11 after spending 269 days in a coma after a tear-gas canister struck his skull during a brutal police crackdown against demonstrations in Istanbul. As news of the boy's death spread, the city's stree…
Imagine your dad was locked up for most of your life. You'd grow up poor, probably full of anger, likely in a louse-filled neighborhood with unseemly influences, and you'd have a greater chance of becoming a whore or a thief or a drug dealer and following…
I work in a diner. I came to New York after I had a little problem in my hometown.