Large numbers of US teenagers are sleep-deprived, with girls, racial or ethnic minorities and students of lower socioeconomic status said to be particularly affected, according to the first major evaluation of sleep trends for American teens.
British intelligence agency MI5 faces allegations it covered up child sex abuse at a care home in east Belfast for decades to protect its intelligence operations, Northern Ireland’s high court will hear on Tuesday.
US national swimming champion Wayne Snellgrove, one of the victims of Canada’s so-called “Scoop” program, an adoption scheme though which Aboriginal Canadian children were placed with white families, has told RT it stripped survivors of their identities.
To the frustration of young jobseekers nationwide, most employers say work experience is a critical factor when recruiting, yet 80 percent do not offer work experience programs to school students, a study has shown.
A 6-year-old artist has donated money raised through his charity exhibition to kids in Angola. “We need to go see other people’s lives," Paul Jules Butler said. "Maybe we should live like them, maybe they can live like us. Then we can get along better.”
Seven people were shot, five fatally, after a gunman opened fire in the street in Douglas County, west of Atlanta. The victims included the ex-wife and several of the shooter’s children. The gunman then committed suicide.
The mother, aunt, and grandmother of a 6-year-old Missouri boy who the family considered “too nice” conspired to have him kidnapped at gunpoint and terrorized after school in order to “scare” him about “stranger danger,” they told authorities.