Netflix, Disney, CBS, NBC, Sony, and Showtime have threatened to end production in Georgia after the state passed a bill outlawing abortion after six weeks.
Multitasking can be damaging to your brain, and online students are bearing the brunt.
A survey of youths at high risk of suicide found that half had watched at least one episode of the Netflix series.
The new documentary series promised compassion for sufferers of poorly understood chronic illnesses. Instead, it peddled the tired narrative that their suffering is "all in their heads."
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The real-life Wendy Carr helped the FBI formulate criminal profiling in the 1970s—and her work with victims isn't over.
The new Netflix series dramatizes the challenges that black students often face, while maintaining a vital focus on the fullness of the students' individual lives.
The Netflix character's tortured, morally gray persona isn't proof of the show's awards potential—it's the symptom of real trauma.
From an angry tweet to an actual change.
Bottom-of-the-barrel creature features. Topless-teen comedies. "Mockbuster" rip-offs. In Burbank, California, one low-budget studio cranks out whatever Netflix wants.