Are you tethered to your phone for what seems like every waking hour? Laci and Tara examine what kind of damage you could be doing to your social life.
The new pill Truvada might seem like the closest thing to an actual HIV vaccine, but not so fast, says Trace Dominguez. The CDC isn't even recommending it to the general public.
With 60 people shot there in one holiday weekend alone, people inside and outside of Chicago are wondering what's behind all the bloodshed.
In sad-but-true, and probably not even unexpected, news, researchers observed that an alarmingly high number of people would rather shock themselves than be bored. Tara has the details.
We've all been there. Someone says something and them whooosh! Drop. Dead. Silence. What happens to the poor speaker of the words that caused the silence, as the agonizing dearth of noise unfolds?
Trace examines the controversy in recent years surrounding Boy Scout troop leaders and includes a primer on the organization's founding and modern principles.
From embarrassment to discomfort, some women put boobs among their reasons for not participating in sports. Laci Green looks at recent research in the area.
With tens of thousands of children streaming across the U.S. border in 2014, Trace looks at which countries they're coming from as well as their status once they arrive.
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