We meet families trying to overcome the problems that stem from having a mother behind bars on an all new episode of WOMAN on VICELAND.
It's more than just, "Don't raise a Ramsay or Joffrey."
"I was on top on January 19, 1990. Need more info?"
I have no idea when mom was diagnosed, but it must have been after the driveway and after the buggy in the rain.
"I'll just tidy up a little..."
New figures show that child poverty isn't getting any better. Poor young moms and dads are struggling to make ends meet.
We spoke with Orange Is the New Black actress Selenis Leyva and former real-life inmate, Joanne Archibald, about the challenges and realities of rearing a child from behind bars.
"Raunchy? I don't think I'm raunchy. All my male peers get to talk about their dicks without being labeled dirty."
Eventually, you have to start parenting your parents—which is how I found myself forcing the woman who created me to go to a class so she could communicate with the rest of the 21st century.
With her critically acclaimed debut feature-length film, Jennifer Kent wants to show that horror movies can explore serious issues.
If our brain is a computer, then our interactions with our parents are the default setting. And when things go faulty or get stressful in our adult lives, our neurons head for a familiar path, one usually set in early development.
Mothers-to-be are crowding the shores of Miami and hiring bilingual companies to find them short-term leases and high-quality medical care before they jet back home.
With the city's housing shortage at crisis point, a group of young moms have taken matters into their own hands by squatting in abandoned housing in the olympic village.
I recently visited Soacha, a poor neighborhood outside of Bogota, to hear about Colombia's 'false positives' scandal. The scandal has its roots in the country's 50-year civil war. In an effort to increase their kill numbers, government soldiers allegedly
Marcus was nine and Nick was four when their dad explained that he was going to start a new life as a woman. In several conversations, Dio Dipasupil, married and in his early 40s, would sit down with his boys at the family's home in New Jersey and basical…
Poverty drives both the carpet and drug business. Husbands tend to be farmers, working long hours in the fields. The only income opportunity for women, who are not able to work anywhere but their homes, is carpet making. But who takes care of the children…
Dr. Brewster, you have a phone call from your mother. She says it's extremely urgent. "Andrew this is your mother. I need you to give me a ride."
The stoners loved my show but PETA didn't.