Carol Costello's nephew, born with a disability that affects behavior, was isolated in a "chill room" at school until his parents objected.
Carol Costello says the importance of having supportive parents and the resources for a good education are often left out of the story.
Carol Costello says the Olympics show women are powerful and athletic, and to be "girlie" and "feminine" is a sign of strength, not weakness
Carol Costello says it's past time to accept the reality of human-caused climate change.
Carol Costello says a new movie features an attractive actor playing Jesus; is it necessary to win attention for a religious figure in today's culture?
Carol Costello says young women are seeing feminism as a vehicle for ending all forms of gender bias.
Carol Costello says Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" isn't trying to stick to the sacred text, but what's wrong with films entertaining with Bible-inspired stories?
Carol Costello says she and many journalists loathe asking grieving family members to go on camera, and yet sometimes it serves a purpose
Who knew bigotry could bring in big dollars? Carol Costello says organizations need to vet their donors
Carol Costello says the party's effort to gain more backing from African-Americans was hurt when conservatives backed Cliven Bundy
Carol Costello says it's shocking that judges in 2014 are having difficulty understanding that rape is a crime.
Carol Costello says very few Americans are consistent in their attitudes toward abortion and the death penalty