Ex-soviet soldier turned self-proclaimed savior, "Crocodile Gennadiy," is the subject of a new documentary. We talked to its director, Steve Hoover.
This month an Invercargill public pool has been battling to uncover the identity of a mystery pooper.
In the UK, a group called the Nantwich Education Partnership is campaigning to make the playing of mature-rated games by those under the recommended age an offense worthy of a call to the police, or worse.
We talked to photographer Lindsay Morris about the eight years she spent capturing the camp, where little boys are encouraged to dress as girls and there's a fabulous gender-defying fashion show.
The spring-break capital of the world is really harsh on minors who get into legal trouble.
"I don't speak any French, but it was OK, since the language and the emotion of the film are close to English, I think."
"When I was eight months old doctors gave me a few months to live. Then I was put on the organ-waiting list."
Zachary Gallant is attempting to explain war to kids through a rhyming, illustrated book, à la Doctor Seuss but with more ethnic violence and Kalashnikovs.
I showed up hungover, sent kids to Starbucks for coffee, and let my students do whatever they wanted. They loved me.
Jessica Longworth takes photos of her kid sister and the daily minutiae of the generation currently on its way to adulthood.
Police in the New York City suburb of New Rochelle are disputing the narrative of a viral video purportedly showing an officer losing his cool.
When Cambo's parents went through a brutal divorce, he fled to the backwoods of Alabama to be alone. No traffic, no people, no responsibility—just pure survival. Director Harmony Korine tells his story.
A new study is expected to result in further cutbacks to the state's juvenile detention facilities, and could even spur lawmakers to abandon their reliance on the system entirely.
Recently a storm took out a chain link fence separating the two countries at a park bisecting Tijuana and San Diego, letting people jump back and forth between nations.
The most controversial toy of the season is the Play-Doh Sweet Shoppe Cake Mountain Playset.
Francis Bear and his stuffed animal pals learn how to get the most out of the library.
We meet the UK's Army Cadet Force to find out if giving a 12-year-old a gun can ever be a good thing.
Studies have found that growing up without two parents can hurt kids in all sorts of ways. Should we take those findings at face value?
French artists Fannie Sosa and Poussy Draama want to break down sexual repression early, believing that that will combat rape culture and promote consent.
A wise man once asked: "Fuckin' magnets. How do they work?" Well, apparently if you swallow them, they can cause "a gunshot wound to the gut with no sign of entry or exit." Regulators are now trying to ban toy magnets, but the industry is fighting back.
Nickolay Lamm's Lammily doll features more realistic body proportions and less makeup than traditional Barbies. This week, Lamm came out with stickers that can give the dolls acne, bruises, and stretch marks.
Heather Lighton's pictures of cute kids and hilarious pets from the world capital of kawaii.
As marijuana becomes legal, we're going to have to think more about how to prevent children from getting high all the time.
Fans mostly know writer M. A. Larson for the scripts he has written for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, but soon the world may know Larson more for his debut novel.