Here's how social media connects faith leaders with believers (and haters) around the world
A new initiative from the Anti-Defamation League targets online bullying and harassment aimed at faith groups and others.
High stakes visit: Why Trump needs the Vatican and the Vatican needs Trump
Although both the United States and Holy See benefit from full diplomatic relations, it took two centuries to arrive at a stable relationship.
Should pregnant women be worried about hepatitis C?
Hepatitis C rates are surging, even among newborns, because of the opioid epidemic, according to federal health officials. Should pregnant women be worried?
Adultery still seen as morally unacceptable. But these other controversial behaviors have gained support
The needle on America's moral compass is on the move, although not when it comes to extramarital affairs.
Your baby shouldn't drink juice. Should anyone in your family?
The American Academy of Pediatrics says that babies under the age of 1 shouldn't drink fruit juice. What about the rest of your family?
Q&A: How good parenting can be the best way to treat your child's depression and anxiety
Psychologist and family practitioner Dr. Leonard Sax thinks American parents have a lot to do with whether kids are depressed and anxious. And he thinks kids are being overmedicated. We asked him some questions.
Why you might be setting your child up for a weight problem
If you give a child a cookie, could you be setting her up for a lifelong weight problem? New research shows that "comfort" food may not be good for children in the long run. What other mistakes do well-meaning parents make?