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.
Orange you glad someone wrote an article about this?
When Tinder became available to all smartphone users in 2013, it ushered in a new era in the history of romance.
Weighted blankets began as a coping device in the special-needs community. Now the Instagram-shopping masses can’t get enough of them.
Trying to keep other kids from finding out the truth can cause a holiday-season-long headache.
As sperm donation becomes more common, some parents are now starting to introduce kids to their genetic relatives at an early age.
In his later years, the 41st president became quite close with his successor, the man who kept Bush from a second term in the Oval Office.
Students across the U.S. share their school’s version of that place—the one where everyone just winds up late at night, for better or worse.
The enduring appeal of toys that need to be fed, changed, and rocked like human babies may be rooted in children’s desire to act like grown-ups.
In the past five or so years, hosting a Thanksgiving meal among friends a week before the actual holiday has become a standard part of the celebration for many young adults.
A new book, Feminism’s Forgotten Fight, pushes back on the notion that second-wave feminists only cared about sexual liberation. They fought for family values, too.
At this point in history, college-aged Americans—who, for the most part, were born in the late ‘90s—don’t remember a time when school gun violence wasn’t a widely feared threat.
Why researchers can't agree after decades of studies
Young people are among the loneliest of all Americans. Schools that teach kids how to deal with feelings of isolation could help put a dent in the epidemic.
Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why.
The “Red Pill” community online frequently appropriates ancient classic literature as justification for their beliefs.