The 2010 Time 100 is out! This list honors those who have affected our world the most in 2010. See which moms on the list are getting a nod for their amazing accomplishments.
Any kind of child molestation is a despicable act. In Nevada, engaging in lewd behavior with a minor will get you thrown in jail for life.
Celebrity mama Jessica Alba is out to help children everywhere get an education. Yesterday, a series of events around the world focused on ensuring universal basic education. The Global Campaign for Education, U.S. endorsed the Education for All Act, introduced by Congresswoman Nita Lowey of New York. This landmark legislation would help achieve universal basic education for every child in the world by 2015. Five years before this deadline, 72 million children still remain out of school.
In asking the judge for leniency in his son Cameron's drug-trafficking trial, Oscar-winning actor Michael Douglas said that his own fame was to blame. Can living in the shadow of a parent's spotlight be hazardous to a child's health?
First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden made a surprise visit to Haiti last week.
The visit was meant to highlight the continuing relief effort in the
earthquake-ravaged country, and to remind the world that there is still
much work to be done. Take a look at this video that was shot during the visit.
Josie Ratley, the 15-year-old girl who was severely beaten allegedly over a text message, is up and moving around in a wheelchair. She is scheduled for surgery today.
In a video shown on "Today" this morning, Ratley is seen out of her coma and out of bed in a wheelchair.
After you read this tale, you'll never again go to a ball game without a raincoat. And hat. And umbrella. See, an unruly Phillies fan saw fit to puke on an 11-year-old girl and her off-duty cop dad. Talk about a hot mess!
The second-in-command at the Vatican blames the child sex-abuse scandal on homosexuality. WTF?!