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?
Children and young adults who have crossed the border to the US unaccompanied find that schools might be one of the few places they can receive guaranteed services, regardless of their immigration status.
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.
California is attempting to identify all foster care youth in its public schools and track each students' progress, as the state devotes billions of extra dollars to meet their emotional and special learning needs.
As moms and teen girls are bombarded with tips for how to look ready for summer, one mom shares the only beauty tips you will ever need. Hint: No self-tanner, waxing, crunches, or even lip gloss required.
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?
A mother of a young teacher is asked to help chaperone a student trip across Italy. Along the way she thinks characteristics of leaders, and her life as a parent comes full circle in helping to inspire the next generation of leaders.