Support is growing for the 16-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by partygoers who then posted pictures of her assault online. What happens when a case, and support for – or attacks againt – the victim, happen mostly online?
Reality star and businesswoman Bethenny Frankel learned a tough lesson from the Internet: Just because you can fit into your 4-year-old daughter's pajamas doesn't mean you should share that picture with the world.
As children from Central American countries enter the US, parents – no matter their political beliefs on the US-Mexico border issue – can help kids by pointing to ways they can care for those caught in the middle.
Greenpeace launched a new video on YouTube, a parody of sorts of 'The LEGO Movie,' using the kid-friendly film to raise awareness about Shell's arctic oil drilling. Is it getting the message across, or just freaking out kids?
Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman are joining the trend of celebrities using their popularity with the paparazzi to plug charities in front of the camera.
The Tour de France is in its earliest stages, and now is the perfect time to teach kids about the importance of team players in the sport of cycling, and in life.
The Disney Channel film "Descendants," starring actress Kristin Chenoweth, may help kids see that bad behavior by parents is not inherited by their children.
As a mother of four boys, what do you do what you lose radio contact with daddy as he attempts to set a Guinness Book Record in a tiny sailboat? Have you seen him? Spot Our Sailor and his sail #168317.
Katy Perry and Michael Strahan are the latest celebrities giving time and resources to school bands, which in many part of the country are underfunded.
The New York-based business media conglomerate has opened a new passenger lounge, utilizing the latest technology, at the only airport within London city limits.
Actress Leah Remini is starring in a new reality TV show following her family. While there's no knowing if it will be a hit, there are a few winning characteristics of reality show families that work for families in real life.
President Barack Obama is not playing for England in the World Cup, despite what Chris Smalling souvenir mugs might show you. A friendly reminder of parents battling summer slide and kids forgetting their school lessons.
Sting has told media that he won't leave his self-made fortune to his children, in an effort to increase their self-reliance and personal drive. Is there a lesson here for parents who aren't as wealthy as rock stars?
Violet Burkhart's school sent the girl home on the last day of school for a dress that was too short. Her mom then wore the dress to her graduation. Could the parent, and the school, have benefitted from a little perspective before jumping to blame?
Every parent eventually faces the pile of used school supplies and mementos at the end of the school year. What stays and what goes?And what can you learn about your kids as you sort through the clutter?