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Unlike professional actors, YouTube child stars have fewer protections

Laws ensure professional child performers are safe, educated and not working too many hours. But they don't extend to stars of popular YouTube channels.

Suspected kidnapper made Boston woman pose for selfies, read from Bible, officials say

The woman was found alive on Jan. 21 in Victor Peña's apartment, three days after she went missing.

'Ticket to the club': Why some families go after elite, selective schools

Do the nation's most selective universities guarantee economic returns or merely bragging rights?

Korean figure skater's team claims American hit her with skate during practice

The International Skating Union said that it was made aware of the incident between U.S. skater Mariah Bell and Lim Eun-soo, but that it does not appear Bell intentionally hurt her.

Snake remover responds to report of a 'few' snakes, finds 45 rattlesnakes

"Rattlesnakes don’t care how nice your house is or what kind car you drive — they care simply about survival," the removal company wrote on Facebook.