There are some parts of you that haven't seen sun since Clint Eastwood spoke to a chair last year. Here's a reminder of how to put on sunscreen:
A new law in Oregon will allow students to use iPads and smartphones in the classroom. Is it a good idea for school students to use iPads and smartphones in class?
Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw is asking residents to call a hotline if they know anyone who claims to hate the government or an elected official. His "prevention intervention" program is designed to help police and mental health workers prevent tragedies like those in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo.
On Tuesday, inside a rural Kentucky home, a five-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his two-year-old sister. The boy had been playing with a .22 caliber single-shot Crickett rifle made and marketed for kids. The children's mother was reportedly outside the house when the shooting took place, and apparently didn't know that the gun contained a shell.
"Just one of those crazy accidents," said the Cumberland County coroner, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Clearly the issue of parental responsibility is at the center of this tragedy. But against the backdrop of the Newtown massacre and ongoing national debate over regulating firearms, it also points back to the big business of guns—including how the industry profits from products aimed at children.
Full Story: motherjones.com
Today is National College Decision Day. Students must decide which college they want to attend. A new survey found 41% of college grads are overqualified for the jobs they currently hold.