One filmmaker's radical suggestion for gun control might be a little much for educators, and even those obeying and supporting gun control laws.
Be it the single strand of Christmas lights hung on a tree, or millions of blinking bulbs visible from space, light peeping during the holidays is great for kids and adults.
Some parents tame tantrums with a time out. Others turn on the video camera and turn a meltdown into comedy for other parents.
An opportunity for a parenting lesson sometimes comes at the oddest time, like when a major motion picture is pulled from theaters because of foreign threats.
The actress and director of the new film 'Unbroken' has said she has a team to help monitor her kid's activity online. What are the options for parents without the budget for a cybersecurity team?
Toy makers are taking steps to build toys that model business leaders for girls, but are they missing the point as they pick wardrobes and professions that perpetuate stereotypes?
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.
Don't hate the princess, hate the game. One mom goes deep undercover into princess territory to find ways to develop tips to help empower young girls to know what's behind their favorite fictional royalty.
New reports show that non-invasive prenatal testing is becoming more commonplace, however the results to such tests, which can lead to mothers deciding to abort a fetus, are still far from their claimed accuracy.
The Google Doodle features Annie Jump Cannon, the astronomer who revolutionized the way we classify stars today.
Teachers are used to shows of appreciation from students, but what kind of thought should be behind the gift?
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.
The holidays offer the perfect time for kids to make a good impression, or blurt out that inappropriate comment about an elderly visiting aunt. Here are a few pointers on staying ahead when mingling during the holidays.
When her daughter finds out her mother is masquerading as the tooth fairy, the fictional characters of her childhood begin to unravel one by one, and the secret of Santa is out of the bag.
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?