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Nine years ago, Paige and Bjorn Bellenbaum were excited to have their first child. But Paige quickly began to struggle with postpartum depression — and neither of them realized she needed help.

Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the issuance of the most radical document by the Second Vatican Council.

Producers and consumers in southwestern Alaska see one upside to climate change. It's now possible to farm in parts of the tundra where agriculture was unheard of just a few years ago.

She's a typical teen — blue nails, loves Coldplay. But she believes she won't be able to build a life in her homeland.

Lynda Trang Dai, known as the "Vietnamese Madonna," performs around the world. Back home in California, she's got a different starring role: she's the only one to whip up her sandwiches' secret sauce.

Latino audiences can make or break horror films in the box office, but right now their presence behind the camera might be even more significant.

Through years of brutal civil war, a Syrian film collective has been producing short films, which are now in a New York gallery, where the collective hopes to show a more human side of war victims.

The confrontation between a school resource officer and a student in a South Carolina school has revived questions about the role of law enforcement in the nation's classrooms.

Since China's three-decade-old one-child policy has been in place, it has impacted countless families both there and in the United States.

As China starts allowing families to have two children, The Wall Street Journal's China editor Carlos Tejada explains the economic reasons fueling the change.




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