A Jaden Smith Twitter rant condemns school as a 'tool to brainwash the youth': It transcends typical teen angst and left one youth mentor struggling to counter the celebrity role model's dangerous suggestion to drop out of school.
Oprah Winfrey was taken aback when Switzerland contacted her to apologize for comments a store clerk made to the TV star. We hear you Oprah – superfluous apologies are not to be encouraged.
The National Council on Aging's annual aging survey results are out. The aging love technology, but it would be more widely adopted were there less barriers like cost and know-how.
The royal baby, the world's littlest prince, is here and now that we've seen him, let's talk about raising him. Here's to hoping the royal baby will be raised how Kate Middleton sees fit, and not necessarily how tradition dictates.
Prince Harry tried his hand at changing a diaper recently and found one hand wasn't enough to do the job well — just look at his facial expression.
Crime has a ripple effect: For students scarred by neighborhood violence, learning a new game can change much.
The Boston Marathon bombings may foster helplessness, despair, but they don't have to. Be proactive in helping others, says Dr. David J. Schonfeld. And allowing your child to express their feelings – in the comment section below, in private, or as Lisa Suhay suggests through gardening – can be salutary.
The GED is a necessary fall-back for many students who find themselves slipping in a high school setting, or for parents who never graduated and want to better their family's livelihood. But a price hike and format change to the GED puts that at risk.
Phiona Mutesi came from a home in Uganda without any running water and electricity, let alone chess resources. But that changed when a chess program planted itself in the community. Now Phiona is in the US, spreading her story and playing chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov.