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This Just In: Teens Lie Way More Than Adults Do

A poll about truthiness tops this week's current events roundup.

Need to catch up on the latest current events? Read on for the week's top stories, and then check out even more headlines.

80% of millennials feel fine about telling white lies to get by, compared to just 57% of Baby Boomers. [New York Post]

The latest status symbol isn't a new designer purse; it's bragging about how sleep-deprived you are. Who hasn't played the "I'm so busy!" card? [Daily Mail]

A high school football player made the cheerleading squad, in Texas no less. Hero of the week! [Jezebel]

Mammograms—which are more common among about the over-40 set—are increasingly important for detecting breast cancer in young women. [CBS News]

Shattering the stereotype of Miss America, a contestant from Kansas is an army beauty queen with tattoos (that are, gasp, visible!). [Refinery29]

Teens who were previously overweight are at a high risk of developing eating disorders. Fortunately, now that doctors know, they can provide help. [USA Today]