Lawsuits used to be a path to prison reform, but they're now an uphill battle for prisoners and their families.
A new study suggests that public-health concerns over the popular Netflix series were justified.
An art therapy project in an Alaska Native village helps teens talk about suicide in their community.
A new study finds that older Americans with risk factors for harming themselves or others don't seem to be any less likely to have access to firearms than anyone else their age.
The Republican-controlled Senate on Tuesday held a hearing about extreme risk protection orders, which are supposed to prevent pre-planned mass violence and firearm suicides.
The recent Parkland student suicides call attention to the long-term effects of school shootings on mental health, academic performance, and economic achievement.
New CDC data suggests suicide is becoming more commonplace in America.
A survey of youths at high risk of suicide found that half had watched at least one episode of the Netflix series.
With suicide rising among undiagnosed American depressives, I recognized it was time to admit I needed help.
A new study sheds light on the relationship between above-average temperatures and rising suicide rates.
Can an increase in the volume of suicide contagions potentially explain the steady rise in self-harm across all demographic sectors of society?
A disability rights organization and private lawsuits allege negligence among San Diego County staff and officials toward inmates with mental illnesses. The county says otherwise.
From 1999 through 2016, suicide rates increased in nearly every state, according to a new report.
A conversation with psychologist Ken Falke, who uses the concept of post-traumatic growth—which emphasizes that there can be positive consequences to trauma and suffering—to help combat veteran suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder.
What happens when suicide forestalls any possibility of justice?
One tragedy appears to have inspired others.