By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
More than 3,300 federal inmates have applied since April to have their prison sentences cut short under a new Justice Department clemency initiative, according to data provided to The Associated Press.
By Mary Jo Brooks
"It's not just about the work on the page, it's about where you put your feet when you get out of bed in the morning." That was the mantra of Eloise Klein Healy when she created the graduate writing program…
Thousands marched in Jena, La. Thursday to protest charges against six black students accused of beating a white classmate. A reporter and an NAACP representative discuss the ramifications of the case.
Psychiatrist Dr. Robert Weisman is the director of Project Link at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Project Link is a collaboration between the university and local community service agencies that aims to provide health care for people with serious…
The investigation into the Virginia Tech shootings revealed weaknesses in screening and handling of mental illness. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer reports on deficiencies in the system and what is being done to address them.
Psychologist David Shern is the president and CEO of Mental Health America, an advocacy group formerly known as the National Mental Health Association.
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