A decade ago, the UK's pubs and clubs were given the go-ahead to serve alcohol around the clock. Did this result in "unbridled hedonism," as the Daily Mail claimed?
French political analyst Thomas Guénolé tells us about the prejudice faced by young Muslims living in French suburban ghettos.
Attempting to unravel why the Australian public cares about what teenage strangers are drinking, fighting, and sexing.
We spoke to the author of Fox Tooth Heart about his long break from publication and why shame is the most powerful and revealing emotion.
Photographer Pani Paul has been documenting Mile End skate park for years. His pictures have something about them that can take you back.
"For someone my age, climate change is a reality. It's a reality that's already having an impact on my life."
What is it about smack that makes people want to throw away their lives?
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.
With voter turnout at its lowest, have the youth of Greece become apathetic?
For years the tunnels and abandoned WWII-era facilities have been a sort of post-apocalyptic punk playground for teens.
Massive levels of homophobia and transphobia are blocking services to the community, especially young people.
For me the Disability Support Pension isn't about choosing an easy life. It means an end to the cycle of poverty-line casual jobs that made me sicker.
When my childhood best friend was diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer, she was 26 years old, beautiful, and athletic—and there was no tell-tale "lump."
We spoke to the people trying to save vulnerable young women from lives of exploitation and crime.
Forty-three percent of 18- to 24-year-olds in the UK said they were somewhere between totally gay and totally straight.
"It really shows the power of Aboriginal culture as a catalyst for conflict and we believe that conflict is necessary for positive change and a shift in consciousness to occur."
Australia's most notorious ISIL fighters were killed in Syria, but the war for young Muslims is far from over.
A casual afternoon of teen drinking led to a horrific killing, the consequences of which are still being felt two years later.
The kids are alright, but what's wrong with parents who want to believe this hoax?
Good intentions from lawmakers aren't doing a lot to help the city's troubled kids.
Every woman in entertainment is constantly being asked her age, and being judged by the answer she gives.
Shameless Insta-bragging or a message of political defiance?
"There's a gun in the glove compartment," Mistee said. "Use it. Shoot us. Otherwise, pay up."
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.