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2020 Hopeful Warren to Unveil Universal Child Care Plan

2020 Hopeful Warren to Unveil Universal Child Care Plan

By Elana Schor | Feb 19
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is planning to unveil a universal child care plan that would guarantee American families access to child care.

How Recovery Unplugged's 'Feel Good Friday' is Redefining Addiction Treatment

How Recovery Unplugged's 'Feel Good Friday' is Redefining Addiction Treatment

Feb 8
Recovery Unplugged's Chief Strategy Officer Paul Pellinger shares why the power of music is so impactful in alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation.

New Study Confirms: Kids with Same-Sex Parents Do Better at School

New Study Confirms: Kids with Same-Sex Parents Do Better at School

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 8
The children of same-sex couples have been shown time and again to thrive just as well as their peers with mixed-gender parents. But a new and more comprehensive study now shows that kids with same-sex parents do markedly better at school.

Watch: Gay Porn Star Calvin Banks Shares Story of Sexual Abuse from Father

Watch: Gay Porn Star Calvin Banks Shares Story of Sexual Abuse from Father

Feb 7
A gay porn star is opening up in an emotional video in which he details sexual abuse he was subjected to by his own father.

Watch: For Nearly 30 Years, Gay Couple Raises Plastic Doll as Their Own Child

Watch: For Nearly 30 Years, Gay Couple Raises Plastic Doll as Their Own Child

Feb 5
A New York City gay couple is being featured in the New York Post for their treatment of a plastic doll, which they consider to be like their own child.

Liz Weston: More Parents are Putting Limits on College Help

Liz Weston: More Parents are Putting Limits on College Help

By Liz Weston | Jan 31
While most parents plan to help with at least some college expenses, more are coming around to the point of view that they shouldn't sacrifice their own financial well-being to do so.

Moms of the Dead from Drugs: 'Where is the Outrage for Us?'

Moms of the Dead from Drugs: 'Where is the Outrage for Us?'

By Claire Galofaro | Jan 28
Overdoses now kill more each year than guns or breast cancer or AIDS at its peak. They kill more than the entire Vietnam War. They kill nearly 200 people a day on average, the equivalent of a 9/11 every few weeks.

'I Couldn't Save Him': One Family's Pain After an Overdose

'I Couldn't Save Him': One Family's Pain After an Overdose

By Claire Galofaro | Jan 28
Landon Biggers became one of 70,237 Americans dead from overdose in 2017. The death count from opioids alone has climbed higher than 400,000 lives as the epidemic enters its third decade.

Watch: Father and Son Slay Internet with Dance to 'Let It Go' from 'Frozen'

Watch: Father and Son Slay Internet with Dance to 'Let It Go' from 'Frozen'

Jan 28
A Norwegian father did what any father should do when he realized his four-year-old son loved the movie "Frozen": He got a couple of "Elsa" dresses and made a video of himself and his son dancing to one of the songs from the movie.

South Carolina Group Can Deny Gay Couples as Foster Parents

South Carolina Group Can Deny Gay Couples as Foster Parents

By Jeffrey Collins | Jan 24
The federal government agreed Wednesday to allow federally funded foster care agencies in South Carolina to deny services to same-sex or non-Christian couples.

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