Kindergartner Suspended for Telling Classmates That She Was Going to…

The Sandy Hook Elementary shooting has certainly heightened everyone's sensitivity to gun violence in schools, which can be a good thing if teachers and parents maintain their sense of proportion when they spot a sulking, disaffected student, and a pretty bad thing if they start sending kids to juvenile detention… » 1/20/13 1:00pm 1/20/13 1:00pm

Teen Poet Suspended for Daring to Empathize with Adam Lanza

Courtni Webb, a high school senior at the Life Learning Academy in California, was suspended after a teacher discovered a personal poem she had written partially in response to the Sandy Hook School shooting and the shooter Adam Lanza. » 1/02/13 9:49am 1/02/13 9:49am

New Jersey Teen Gets Arrested for Doodling 'What Appeared to Be Weapons'

It makes sense that teachers, students and parents would all be on high alert following the school shooting tragedy of Newtown, CT, but what is the best way to be aware and prepared without being paranoid or further ostracizing at-risk or troubled kids? Well, here's how you shouldn't do it: A 16-year-old boy from Egg… » 12/31/12 11:40am 12/31/12 11:40am

Horrible John Edwards and Horrible Mistress No Longer Boning

Ex-Presidential candidate and horrible person John Edwards and the mother of his extramarital daughter that he conceived while his wife was dying of cancer, ex-videographer and horrible person Rielle Hunter, have reportedly stopped making out in public, and this has led some local busybodies to conclude that they must… » 4/23/12 12:35pm 4/23/12 12:35pm

House Passes 'Let Women Die' Bill After Extremely Depressing Debate

As predicted, the US House of Representatives has passed HR 358, otherwise known as the "Protect Life Act," otherwise known as the bill that would allow hospitals to let women to die rather than perform a life-saving abortion. Every single Republican in the House supported the measure, and 11 Democrats crossed the aisle… » 10/14/11 11:40am 10/14/11 11:40am

Women Who Run Marathons Alongside Men No Longer Allowed to Set World…

In 2003, Britain's Paula Radcliffe finished the London Marathon in 2 hours, 15 minutes, and 25 seconds, the fastest time ever registered by a woman running the 26.2 mile race. Radcliffe's performance that day has been hailed as one of the greatest individual performances in the history of sports, but as of January 1 of … » 10/04/11 5:15pm 10/04/11 5:15pm