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At Rikers Island, Investing in Decision-Making Lessons for Teens in Trouble…
Anti-Bullying Lessons with the Bard…
Study Shows Many Teens at Risk for Suicidal Behavior Despite Mental Health Help…
Young People Make Up More Than a Quarter of New HIV Cases in the U.S.
In Indiana School District, Dropouts Have Tech Alternative to Regular Classroom…
One city's struggle to regain its economic footing is also tied to significant problems in its schools. Jeffrey Brown reports from Reading, Pa., as part of our American Graduate series.
As part of our series on economic inequality, Paul Solman investigates the health effects that inequality can have on individuals and society. To determine the hidden costs, he speaks with epidemiologists, former six-figure income earners who are chronically unemployed and…
The Supreme Court has struck down laws in multiple states that allow juveniles to be sentenced to life terms with no chance of parole for crimes that do not involve murder. Ray Suarez talks to Marcia Coyle of the National…
With the early death of writer and director John Hughes at 59 yesterday, America lost one of the most vivid voices to come out of (and help define) the 1980s.
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