Two women say after becoming fast friends at work and learning they were both adopted, they found out surprising news: they are biological sisters. Hear their story.
While the results of DNA tests may make some people’s lives better, shocking results could ruin lives or turn them upside down. If you are considering swabbing your mouth to learn about your history, there are questions you need to ask yourself first.
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A judge who advocates for the survivors of sexual assault says that doctors and others who perpetrate sexual abuse use grooming, gaslighting, love-bombing, and ghosting to manipulate their victims.
UCLA has reportedly spent upward of $700 million in lawsuit settlements for its alleged role in concealing sexual abuse against students by Dr. James Heaps. UCLA Health Media Relations says it is “grateful” for patients who came forward.
A mom claims her 15-year-old son has been “labeled and targeted” a juvenile delinquent for minor incidents – and she believes he’s given up. Hear her thoughts on the juvenile justice system and what she wants to see changed.
A judge says the juvenile justice system isn’t as terrible as some people say. Hear what she says is her goal when a child comes before her and how she accomplishes it.
A man claims his son has been in trouble with the law multiple times, yet has only been charged with a crime once and has never been locked up. The father says without the justice system giving the teen consequences, he’s afraid of what will happen to him
A woman who works with juveniles says she doesn’t believe locking up defiant minors helps them have a better future. Hear what she says should be done with children – and their parents – if they are struggling and in trouble with the law.