This Week in Teens
He's really upset that a lawyer had the gall to call him "crazy."
It's hard to argue that teen drinking ever accomplishes anything of substance, but this week, underage boozing actually seems to have prevented a tragedy.
What if I were to tell you that—surprise!—you’re actually the parent of a teenager? I bet you’d want to know exactly what’s going on in his or her life.
This week saw teens getting arrested for poultry genocide and flamingo death, attempting to join the Islamic State, and winning the Nobel Prize.
Hey, teacher, leave them kids alone! Get it? Like the song.
Rest easy knowing that somewhere, police are breaking up a lingerie party filled with middle-aged men and 16-year-old girls.
The first leaves are turning color. Like a teen's body, the weather is going through changes. But even as time passes, some weird stunts are apparently too tempting to resist.
Being – with your bowel movements is one thing, but when an autistic kid gets caught in the crossfire, you know we're in trouble.
Summer break sounds amazing in June, but by August the teens have grown restless. They're broke, they've got all these hormones that they can't properly act on, and Mom's at work.
Our malls are in trouble, which means a pivotal component of the adolescent experience (and the American dream) is at risk.