A cultural program adapts Alaska Native village traditions to an urban setting to help youth tap into their culture to improve health outcomes and decrease rates of addiction.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski supports a plan to end so-called “fire borrowing.” But Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell told her it’s not penciling out as they’d hoped.
There are rules when it comes to talking about suicide, and experts say how we talk about it may be just as important as having the conversation.
After a series of embarrassing incidents that called into question the efficacy of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson, the service’s director, has resigned.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that makes California the first in the nation to have a clear definition of when people agree to sex.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, considered a possible GOP presidential candidate in 2016, was indicted on felony abuse-of-power charges late Friday in connection with his veto of funding for state public corruption prosecutors.
Citing an anthrax scare and other safety concerns, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has temporarily shut down two of its laboratories.
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus appears to have jumped from one human to another for the first time in United States.
House Bill 233, requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, gets bipartisan support.
By participating in the march, Lt. Kris Sell hopes to show victims that police officers support them and want to stop the violence.