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Projected to earn $1 billion and earning Tony-Award glory, 'Hamilton' the musical is still going strong in backyards and classrooms across the country.
Pop singer Beyoncé's recent choice to share a photo of her twin babies on Instagram highlights a debate among parents who were raised on digital media about how much to reveal about their children online.
Researchers in Berlin have found that grandparents who take part in raising their grandchildren live longer than those who do not.
Foster children, often having suffered trauma at a young age, frequently lose their support system when they turn 18. Ohio, in part of a growing trend, has extended its foster care services up to the age of 21.
An aerial picture shows the Castle of Visegrad covered in hoarfrost in the foggy dawn in Visegrad, Hungary, Jan. 17.
Parents and teachers can help young people deal with terrorism or national tragedies by starting a conversation – and helping them find ways to help others.
The disappearance, and eventual safe return, of a young Japanese boy prompted a national conversation in Japan over parental discipline and childrearing.
This Norfolk, Va., mom couldn't get her children to go to any political rally – until Bernie Sanders came to town.
A mother of triplets thanks Delta Air Lines for accommodating her breastfeeding needs. Is this a sign of a societal shift toward nursing mothers?
The agency proposes new regulations to restrict a popular activity that it says is harmful to public health.
Use of MDMA, heroin, and amphetamines by junior and high school students dropped in 2015, following a longterm pattern of decline.
Bryan Allen, a 4-year-old boy, survived on maple syrup and milk for two days after his mother died. Buffalo, N.Y. residents have donated dozens of Christmas gifts.
A toddler dressed as the pope was among hundreds of local schoolchildren and children from military families who came trick or treating at the White House on Friday.
A lost boy from a homeless family triggers $12,000 of community generosity in the City of Brotherly Love.
A new report shows face paints manufactured in China often contain heavy metals. Should the FDA require more transparency?
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