kids

9.30.19

How to Take on America's Screwed-Up Foster Care System and Win

"I didn't know anything like what happened could happen to a new mother."

9.21.19

These Climate Strike Kids Will Restore Your Hope In Humanity

“We need to be screaming so that maybe people will just listen this time.”

8.21.19

Trump Wants to Keep Migrant Kids in Detention Indefinitely

New Trump regulation guts the Flores Agreement, which limited the amount of time children can be held in custody to 20 days.

5.9.19

Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition Violates Kids' Rights, Civil Rights Groups Say

Twenty-one groups and coalitions filed a complaint with the FTC alleging that Amazon breaks the law and violates kids’ privacy rights with the Echo Dot Kids Edition.

4.25.19

WHO Says the Problem With Child Screen Time Isn't the Screens, It's Being Sedentary

The new World Health Organization guidelines for children under five recommend limiting screen time—only if it means kids are sedentary for more than an hour.

4.12.19

Parents Talk About the Hardest Parts of Having Kids

“I haven’t taken a shit alone in four years.”

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1.16.19

LA Teachers Are Helping Kids Learn Even as They're Striking

Some parents have no choice but to send their kids to school, even if they support the strike. But teachers and parents are also setting up co-ops to keep things moving.

1.15.19

'Youtubers Life OMG!' Is the Smash Hit Game About Being a Vlogger

We spoke to children and their parents about seemingly every kid's dream career.

1.15.19

Rejoice, Here's a Nihilistic Love Song from PUP’s Death-Obsessed New LP

It's the first single from the Toronto punks' third studio album, 'Morbid Stuff,' due out April 5.

12.13.18

Santa Rips Off His Beard and Yells ‘Get the Fuck Out’ After Fire Alarm Goes Off

"He came charging in, ripped his hat and beard off in front of 50-odd kids and started shouting and swearing at people to leave."

12.10.18

School District Now Sending Kids' Unpaid Lunch Bills to Collections

One Rhode Island school district is playing hardball to recoup more than $45,000 of unpaid lunch balances.

11.30.18

'Garbagino,' Today's Comic by John McNamee

A rat and some of its friends make a kid out of garbage to help out an adorable old couple.

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