Kids, it's time for the government to tell you about the birds and the bees. Wait ... what?


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A new government app called "Brdsnbz" allows kids and teens to pose questions about sex to online reps instead of asking mom and dad. The program kicked off in New Mexico, and a similar one has started up in North Carolina. It's leading many people to wonder whether or not it's a good idea to spark discussion, or if it's something that should be left to parents.


Utterly Awkward Moment: Minister Stops Wedding to Scold Photographer


The story has viewers firing up social media with their reaction, and Steve, Brian and Elisabeth shared some of the responses on air.


ICYMI: Father Forcefully Ejected From Town Hall Forum for Asking Education Question


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