- In the wake of the tragic shooting in a Charleston, S.C., church, many look for reasons to explain such violent behavior. Some already have pointed to violent video games as a possible reason, but three new studies from Stetson University found no evidence violent video games contribute to aggressive behavior, violent behavior or hostility in teens.
- ‘Rockets & Robotics Camp’ made its mark on Washington County, Florida last week as a large group of 11-13 year olds shot solid-fuel rockets, in a highly supervised environment, into the blue summer sky.
- School is out in most places now, and low-income children who get free breakfast, lunch and after-school snacks during the school year still have to eat. There's a federal program to help pay for kids' lunches during summer break. But millions of eligible kids aren't getting those meals.
- Minister Jemmie Watford moderates an open dialogue between community advocates, law enforcement and neighborhood residents in an effort to effect positive change in troubled communities.
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