Swift action is high among the best practices that school leaders can use to help defuse campus tension, experts say.
Facing pushback at home, President Barack Obama said Sunday that American leadership was helping make gains in the global fight against climate change.
The Navy will soon learn how this modern take on the "tumblehome" hull holds up when the first-in-class Zumwalt heads out to sea in December for builder trials in the rough-and-tumble North Atlantic.
Online fraud spikes during the holiday shopping season, as people searching for the perfect gifts take to cyberspace and head to traditional stores armed with their smartphones.
On December 1, "Dying Words: The AIDS Reporting of Jeff Schmalz and How It Transformed The New York Times," will be released to coincide with World AIDS Day.
"Why was I not screaming?" says one rape survivor in Kirby Dick's necessary, disturbing documentary, which shines a light on the systematic, ingrained institutional enabling and hiding of sexual assaults across U.S. campuses.
And you thought "Mommie Dearest" and "Psycho" were the mother of all matriarch issues films. Along comes one of the best nightmarish maternal movies to come along in many years.
Shout Factory just keeps chugging away at releasing DVD sets of those cheesy old movies that are ripe for picking on.
Zac Efron is nicely understated but the best performance in "We are Your Friends" is by Wes Bentley who never allows any of the clichés of his character to take over, always giving his DJ on the downswing nuance.
Joshua Oppenheimer's intense follow up film to his Oscar-nominated "The Act of Killing" documents Indonesian optometrist Adi and his quest to help his brother's executioners see the truth of their actions.