As the country’s household structures diversify, the image of a first family is broadening.
This week, PBS portrayed a same-sex relationship on a children’s TV series—and got much more positive feedback than the last time it tried.
New data on the most popular baby names of 2018 reveal that long vowels and smooth consonants ruled once again—while the very ’80s name of an actual royal made a resurgence.
In preventing campus sexual assault, where students drink could be just as important as how much.
The question of whether vaccinations should be a duty or a choice is dividing families.
Twenty years after the shooting at Columbine High School, some survivors—now parents themselves—are figuring out how to talk to their kids about lockdown drills.
Suicides among people affected by shootings are, unfortunately, a familiar phenomenon—and support for survivors often misunderstands the nature of their grief.
It works best when both sides really try.
Eric Carle’s colorful story about metamorphosis remains a staple of baby showers and classroom bookshelves 50 years after its release.
“I think it’s different for parents. We have to protect our children. That’s our No. 1 calling in life, and that comes before everything.”
Dave Cullen’s new book about the 2018 massacre in Parkland, Florida, vividly portrays the challenges of starting class again while recovering from trauma.
Mara Flood and her daughter Becca breed and show dogs together—and this week is what they, and three of their smooth collies, prepare for all year.
For a mother-daughter show-dog team, life revolves around the dogs—breeding them, training them, grooming them, and showing them.
In Rock Needs River, Vanessa McGrady tells of how she invited her daughter's biological parents into her own home, and everyone had to live with the consequences.
Stephanie Land’s new memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, sheds light on the grueling work—and the bureaucratic complications—of being a maid and a single mother.
Though some describe themselves as the “counterculture within the movement,” many members of nonreligious and left-leaning pro-life groups feel welcome at the largely Christian, conservative event.
The death of Jordan Hankins is an unusual case of potential campus hazing, but the fallout is following a familiar pattern.
To separate children from their parents is an offense against nature and civilized society.
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When Tinder became available to all smartphone users in 2013, it ushered in a new era in the history of romance.