Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced plans to launch a new 30-minute or less drone delivery plan. Though Amazon drones probably won't hit the American skies any time soon, this blogger already has a shopping list.
Caroline Berg Eriksen: An Instagram photo of the Norwegian fitness blogger's fit body taken four days postpartum has resurrected the ongoing Mommy Wars debate. Are women like Caroline Berg Eriksen harming or helping women's body image after baby?
Tunnels under Rome: As geoscientists map the elaborate network of ancient tunnels under Rome in order to better predict collapses, one mom sees an opportunity for kids to help adults find solutions to real world problems with their own virtual versions of Rome.
As the annual breakdown of the 'Twelve Days of Christmas' carol into a consumer index hits the news, this dad breaks down the costs that really matter to him – the 'Baby Turning One Not Long After Christmas' Price Index.
Maria Callas: Today's Google Doodle celebrates what would be the 90th anniversary of diva Maria Callas's birth. The great glory of a diva may not outweigh the downsides. So argues a mom, let's not label our kids with 'little diva' t-shirts.
Pizza Hut manager Tony Rohr asks his boss to see past profits to help employees preserve family time.
This year, many families will start their Black Friday shopping before the Thanksgiving dishes are done, while others scoff at the very idea. Will your family welcome or shun the retail intrusion into Thanksgiving Day?
Video games may be a convenient whipping boy for many of society's problems, but they have their benefits as well. According to a new paper from the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands, video games teach spatial relations, problem solving, and persistence.
When Fox killed off Family Guy's Brian character, American viewers took to social media to grieve and protest. Were these adult viewers so sheltered as kids that they never developed coping skills?
Kids should learn how to travel, and parents should learn how to support kids to make travel fun and adventurous. I polled a number of friends and family who have traveled with their kids, asking them for their favorite travel tips. Here are eight favorites relating specifically to airplane and road trips, but I am sure these same lessons apply to most every form of transportation.
A new class of luxury wagons offer kids lounging space, onboard coolers, and even DVD-players. The high-end wagons sparked the ire of many online commenters who see such pampering as a clear path to the dystopic future seen in 'Wall-E.'