Mass. Child Abuse Increased Over 30 Percent In 5 Years, Report SaysMassachusetts and several other states have seen at least a 30 percent increase in child abuse over the past five years, according to new federal data.
Smacking Children Leads To Violence, Depression, Study ShowsA new study shows that kids can become depressed and violent later in life if they endured physical punishments growing up.
Girlfriend Of Hardwick Father Accused Of Starving Son Also Faces ChargesA grand jury has indicted a Hardwick man and his girlfriend on charges of abuse and neglect of the man's 7-year-old son.
Hardwick Father Accused Of Starving Son, Forcing Him To Wash FloorsRandall Lints pled not guilty in court Wednesday to child abuse charges.
N.H. Mom Who Allowed Boyfriend To Beat Young Son Granted ParoleA New Hampshire woman who fled to a Florida amusement park with her boyfriend after allowing him to severely beat her 3-year-old son has been granted parole.
Police: NH Man Assaults, Seriously Injures Infant SonA New Hampshire man is facing assault charges after he seriously injured his infant son, police say.
Bedard On Peterson Suspension: 'NFL Making Crap Up As They Go Along'The MMQB's Greg Bedard weighed in on the latest Adrian Peterson news Tuesday morning on Toucher & Rich.
Adam Jones: Another Day, Another Black Eye For The NFLThe bad week just keeps getting worse.
Esiason: 'I Don't Give A Damn How Adrian Peterson Grew Up'CBS Sports' Boomer Esiason thinks Adrian Peterson should pay "a significant price."
Adrian Peterson Processed, Released From Jail On Child Abuse ChargesMinnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will not play Sunday against the Patriots after he was indicted Friday and turned himself into police overnight.
Man Charged With Putting Hot Sauce In Boy's Mouth, Taping It ShutA man living in a Danvers hotel is accused of putting hot sauce in the mouth of his girlfriend's 3-year-old son and then taping it shut.
Report Says DCF Failed To Act Before Lynn Infant's Beating DeathJust days after Massachusetts Department of Children and Families stepped aside amid a growing list of department failures, the state’s Office of the Child Advocate is out with a critical report on the death of a Lynn baby last summer.