Maisie Williams, the 17-year-old 'Game of Thrones' actress complained on Twitter about not being allowed into an adults-only airport lounge. While many teens long for freedom to go wherever they choose, a little perspective might help too.
Today's 'Young Adult' genre in literature is booming, and often attractive for adults and younger readers alike, but experts also encourage parents to read more classics with their kids, to bring historical works to today's audiences.
President Obama's My Brother's Keeper initiative, aimed at providing opportunities for growth and success for men of color, has launched its newest partnership with MENTOR and the National Basketball Association.
One dad is invited to a special performance at his son's camp. However, the final concert isn't for weeks. The result is parents and students learning the joy of the process and the rewards that come from making mistakes.
The 'Marvel Universe LIVE!' show promises an escape from the princesses and circus animals of other large arena shows. It still includes merchandising, sure to leave kids tugging on their parents' sleeves for gadgets that save the day.
Adults with aging parents often come to a time when they need to help their parents with decisions and basic day-to-day tasks. While few cherish that role reversal, many can get through the challenges with patience, and a good dose of humor.
Marvel comics revealed a female Thor Tuesday, and Wednesday revealed a new Captain America who is African-American. The change is progressive, but includes a lot of responsibility to reach deeper than skin color or gender.
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.