by Ryan Koronowski Mar 5, 2016
In the past, 17-year-olds who would be 18 in November could vote in the state's primary, but the Secretary of State reversed course.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 13, 2015
"Because otherwise you're going to have ignorance," she said, glancing toward the Capitol dome. "You're going to have ignorant adults who think everything's a fairy tale land, and it's not."
by Josh Israel May 21, 2015
BSA national president and former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said: "The status quo in our movement's membership standards cannot be sustained."
by Carimah Townes May 14, 2015
"The past few weeks in Baltimore have been beautiful."
by Sam P.K. Collins Feb 23, 2015
At least 25 percent of the country's homeless youth need mental health services.
by Alan Pyke Feb 11, 2015
"The kids don’t consider themselves homeless, and the staff don’t know about their rights."
by Zack Ford Dec 31, 2014
Transgender teenager Leelah Alcorn's death was a preventable tragedy. Acknowledging that truth is the first step in fixing the problem.
by Shannon Greenwood Jul 17, 2014
One teenage girl's fight against Instagram's nudity policies, which only seem to punish women of a certain size.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 18, 2014
She's only twelve, but she's a hard twelve. Talking to author Alena Smith about Tween Hobo, Twitter star turned road-weary novel protagonist.
by Josh Israel Apr 21, 2014
Troop 98 has stood by its openly gay Scoutmaster in the face of the national organization’s attempt to remove him for being an “avowed homosexual.”