Battling pundits Brad and Dallas Woodhouse got a heavy dose of holiday cheer (and guilt) from their own mother on live television as she called in to C-SPAN to ask for piece during the holidays.
Mohammed Islam was teaching young adults the value of playing the market, but as it turns out his tale of financial fame was a lie. Now he is a cautionary tale for what kids should look for in a business leader.
The Google Doodle features Annie Jump Cannon, the astronomer who revolutionized the way we classify stars today.
One of the best-selling books ever, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince has enchanted generations of children since first appearing in 1943.
Is the St. Louis Police Department overstepping its bounds, or perhaps its expectations, by taking parents to court for not knowing where their teens are at all hours of the day?
When the first Avengers film came out, fans began to voice their wishes for their favorites to join the team. Will new characters satisfy fans of the Avengers films?
One mom, who happens to be a former school administrator, has created a way to turn gently-used clothing into money for schools, and good deals for shoppers.
A little girl started a dance party on the platform waiting for the NYC subway and other passengers followed suit. Kids once again teach us that impromptu dance parties are the best way to ignite and share joy.
Comedian Roman Atwood might have crossed a line with his recent prank involving his toddler son. What counts as off-limits?