Is there a religious way to get angry?
Religious texts generally portray anger as a problematic emotion.
Why is everyone so angry, and how can we change that?
Americans are getting angrier, with potentially devastating effects. Some people work through their anger by beating printers with baseball bats, but there are other ways to deal with this volatile emotion.
Attorney general alludes to new religious freedom guidelines in private speech
President Donald Trump's executive order on religious freedom, signed May 4, may be a bigger deal than observers first thought.
Turning on the lights: Law enforcement announce takedown of world's largest darknet drug market
The growth and popularity of the dark web has created an online haven for drugs, allowing users, manufacturers and sellers to create and popularize novel new substances. But despite the challenges involved, law enforcement continues to fight back.
Why you want to get out of your comfort zone and how to do it
It's important for adults to get out of their comfort zone on a regular basis, experts say. There are big changes coming for everyone as life progresses, and how well one adapts depends on the resiliency one builds along the way.
How social media and technology are changing the lives of the elderly
The baby boomers are aging and technology is advancing. As a result, more older adults are becoming active internet users. Seniors should be aware of the challenges and benefits of the online world.
More marriages but fewer births in 2017, according to demographers
Millennials were slow to embrace marriage, but that appears to be changing.
The Park City story: One boy died, then another — and the opioid epidemic came into full view
In September 2016, two 13-year-old friends in Park City died after overdosing on “pink,” a synthetic opioid from China. Their deaths revealed how the opioid crisis afflicts even affluent communities.
How Iceland became the most stone-cold sober country for teens in Europe
Iceland once had one of the worst rates for teen substance abuse in Western Europe. A revolutionary program changed that by encouraging parents to spend more time with their children and pumping money into arts, music and sports.
Timeline: A history of pink and other synthetic opioids
Here's a quick look at the history of the synthetic opioid pink, as well as other synthetic drugs.