This in no way means you should get lippy the next time you fail a field sobriety test.
A chronic shortage of qualified forensic pathologists allows even questionably competent practitioners to remain employable. The absence of trained practitioners is so acute that many jurisdictions don’t look closely at the doctors they employ.
Scott Simon, a radio host for NPR, spent much of the last week tweeting about his ailing mother’s time in a hospital. This collection of Simon’s messages serves as a tribute to the endless love of a son for his mother.
David R. Dow is an attorney in Texas who has defended over 100 death row inmates over the last 20 years.
Shireen Noble offers a personal challenge: a way to actively engage with consent culture in your own life.
“I’ve never met one victim who was able to report the crime and still retain their military career,” she says. “Not one.”
The first in our series of cruddy Christmas ads from yesteryear.
An excerpt from photographer Jason Landry’s new book of essays.
You put your heart on the line and you swing for the fences… and sometimes you’re gonna strike out.
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A choir 5,000 voices strong pays tribute to Zach Sobiech. It is sad and wonderful.
Matthew Remski discusses ways to create a lasting connection between dads and their new babies, one that is attentive and not reactive.
Danny Baker discovered the hard way that depending on your lover to also be your therapist is disastrous for your relationship.
Compassion for yourself and unconditional love go hand in hand.
Which is more important to you–to have people understand what you are saying or to understand what is said to you?
What Renner Larson’s grandfather, uncle and Dick Van Dyke taught him about masculinity.
Gary Lai is married to Jill Morley of Fight Like a Girl fame. And the question he gets asked all the time is, “What do you think when your wife gets hit in the face.”
Jacob Tucker’s brother just turned 24. And it’s time Jacob told him what he really thinks about him.
Confused, retired Lt. Colonel Ronald Johnson knocked on the wrong door one early morning.