Dr. Drew On Call

Driven by current events, "Dr. Drew" on HLN focuses on the human - and human behavior - at the center of the story.

Dr. Drew on dolphin slaughter in Japan

Dr. Drew on dolphin slaughter in Japan

Watch as Dr. Drew and his guests discuss the annual slaughter of bottlenose dolphins in an infamous Japanese cove with HLN’s Jane Velez-Mitchell.

Dr. Drew On Call airs Monday through Thursday on HLN at 9 p.m. ET. Follow the show on Facebook and Twitter @DrDrewHLN.

Mom stabs children to death during exorcism

Mom stabs children to death during exorcism

Police say a Maryland mother stabbed two of her children to death and wounded two others while attempting an exorcism. A 1-year-old boy and his 2-year-old sister suffered fatal stab wounds while their siblings, ages 5 and 8, were hospitalized. Dr. Drew and his guests weigh in on this gruesome story.

Tonight: Woman confronts alleged abuser

Tonight: Woman confronts alleged abuser

A woman who alleges she was sexually abused by a former female teacher confronts her by phone and uploads a video of the conversation to YouTube. In the video, the woman on the other end of the line appears to admit what she did and says she’s disgusted with herself.  Dr. Drew and his guests weigh in.

Plus: A mother stabbed two of her children to death and wounded two others while attempting an exorcism, authorities say.  The Behavior Bureau looks at this bizarre story.

Teen suspended for hug can take online classes

Teen suspended for hug can take online classes

A Georgia high school senior who was suspended in December for hugging a teacher will be allowed back in school -- but only to take online courses, according to HLN affiliate WGCL.

"It's a step forward that they gave him an alternative for him to finish his education online," the teen's mother, April McNair, told WGCL. "But you're still stripping him of graduating with his class... going to prom, having the experience of a high school graduate."

Aaron Hernandez will 'absolutely not' watch Patriots play

Aaron Hernandez will 'absolutely not' watch Patriots play

Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez's former teammates may be one win away from their chance to play in this year's Super Bowl, but he won't get the chance to root for them from behind bars this weekend.

Hernandez, who used to be a tight end for the New England Patriots, is currently awaiting trial in a Massachusetts jail. He has been charged with first-degree murder and weapons violations related to the 2013 death of his friend, Odin Lloyd. Hernandez, 24, was indicted in August 2013 on those charges and has pleaded not guilty.

Elementary school teacher fired after two DUIs

Elementary school teacher fired after two DUIs

Dr. Drew continues his week-long series, “Hooked: A Nation of Addicts,” in which he examines addiction.

A Louisiana elementary school teacher was sent home recently because -- according to the principal -- she was not in the "proper frame of mind" to complete her duties. She was arrested not long after for a hit-and-run accident.

Tonight: Should Bieber know better?

Tonight: Should Bieber know better?

What were deputies looking for at the home of Justin Bieber? What was listed on their search warrant? Is the pop star trying to annoy his neighbors? Is he acting like any other young man who has too much time on his hands? Is he an entitled brat who needs some tough love? Dr. Drew and The Behavior Bureau will debate it.

A mom is believed to have shot her teen children and then herself. The father feared she might cause harm. Disturbing 911 calls indicating such have been released. Did the stress of a divorce, loss of a home and general unhappiness combine to create a deadly situation? Could this have been prevented? Dr. Drew will discuss why people do what they do; how some manage to cope with life’s challenges and why others can’t handle them.

Why call 911 when you can take pics instead?

Why call 911 when you can take pics instead?

When a car crashes into a New Jersey store, sending a customer flying, everyone whips out their cell phones, but not to call 911 -- to start taking pictures and videos of the accident instead!

What happened to being a Good Samaritan? Are we so connected that we have become disconnected? Dr. Drew's panel weighs in.

Casey Anthony's clothes: Would you buy them?

Casey Anthony's clothes: Would you buy them?

You may have been captivated by the Casey Anthony murder trial for months in 2011, but were you that much of a "fan" that you would shell out big bucks for a piece of her clothing?

Several of the 27-year-old's pants and purses are now on sale for $800 a piece on a true crime collectibles and memorabilia website called Serial Killers Ink. Anthony, however, was never a serial killer. She wasn't even convicted of the one slaying she was charged with: the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony.

Tonight: Bieber raid

Tonight: Bieber raid

The pop star’s house was raided this morning after an egging incident reported by a neighbor. Los Angeles County authorities executed a search warrant at Bieber’s home. Neighbors have complained about his behavior before. The Behavior Bureau wonders what this latest allegation says about Bieber, and if it’s a sign of trouble to come.

Plus: We tell you about the victim of the movie theater shooting. Who was he? What did he do that made the alleged shooter so angry? How does an annoyance at a film turn into a confrontation that ends in a death?

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