- Pregnant mom shot in the head gives birth four months later while in coma
- Komen for the Cure donations drop 22% after it funds Planned Parenthood
- Wounded veterans work to put away child predators
- Sexting common, linked to sex among high-risk youth
- Supreme Court halts gay marriage in Utah
Carolina Sepe was ten weeks pregnant when she was shot in the head by a neighbor in her Italian hometown. She was left in a coma but, four months later, doctors performed a Caesarean to save the baby.
The Race for the Cure has hit a wall. Breast Cancer giant Susan G. Komen for the Cure has been embroiled in funding controversies, and a new report shows that its revenue are plummeting, not only for its once-popular race, but also for its organization at large.
A 17-member class of veterans trained in computer forensics are sent to Immigration and Customs Enforcement field offices to work to put away child predators.
More than one in five middle-school aged children with behavioral or emotional problems has recently engaged in sexting, according to a new study.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday put "same-sex marriages" in Utah on hold, granting the state’s request for a stay while it appeals a ruling that laws banning such marriages are unconstitutional.