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Rick Warren acts on mental health in son's death
A year after his son's suicide, popular evangelical pastor Rick Warren is taking on a new mental health ministry inspired by his personal tragedy.
A former leader of the Black Panther Party is set to speak at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Twenty years ago, when she was trying to care for her aging, increasingly frail parents, Virginia Morris looked for a guide to help, but didn't find much. So she wrote the book herself.
More people with severe mental illness could receive court-ordered outpatient treatment and get it sooner under bills before Ohio lawmakers.
Texas added 52 new public charter schools and 36,000 students statewide this school year, fourth most in the nation.
Just a few blocks north of Martin Luther King Jr.'s childhood home stands an old brick school he attended, today an off-limits abandoned building that is used neither to remember King's legacy nor to educate students.
South Carolina's charter school law has slipped a few spots in a national advocacy group's annual ranking.
Advocates for the mentally ill urged New Hampshire senators Tuesday to focus on who is dangerous in society before removing gun rights rather than singling out people with mental issues.