A new study out of Baylor University finds that college students spend an "astounding" amount of time on their cell phones and has researchers warning of cell phone "addiction" (not in a jokey way).
Authorities in Texas have launched an investigation into the origin of a brand new super-potent form of meth found in the hands of local middle schoolers.
Here's a mystery for our dull times: American youngsters have nearly quit smoking the marijuana! In the crucial 18-to-29 demographic, only 36 percent admit to using cannabis. That's down from 56 percent in 1985, when Ronald Reagan ruled the land.
After police arrested a pair of teenaged girls for armed robbery, "selfie" photos of the teens dressed up for a night of mayhem were discovered on the girls' cellphones. "Give me the money, otherwise I'll stab you," one of the teen terrors told a frightened worker at a hamburger stand.
Kaitlyn Hunt's parents knew their 18-year-old daughter was dating a 15-year-old girl whom she met through classes and varsity sports at the Florida high school the two attended. But when the younger girl's parents learned about the relationship, they had Kaitlyn arrested on two counts of felony lewd and lascivious…
Watches are things from the olden days that people wore on their wrists. They came after sundials but before electricity. Now people are wearing watches, again. Who knew?
Apparently 80% of children age five and under are active internet users, according to a recent study. So that's where all those illiterate YouTube comments come from! Snark aside, there's nothing inherently wrong with kids that young being online, so long as what they're watching is heavily supervised. And given the…
Okay, so it's maybe not the most efficient credit card fraud ever: a UK teen and friends upload their songs to iTunes, downloaded them 5,000 times with stolen credit cards, and reaped $773,000 in royalties. Kids!
There's no more magical moment than when young love blooms: eyes meet, a gentle caress. And then comes all the awkward face-sucking and groping. That's the part the Google Street View camera caught recently in Wolverhampton, England.
I want to meet the kids that want to play on Darth Vader's team, and the parents who support this. Would you let your tykes play with the neighborhood kids training to serve the Emperor?