It’s that season again: time for the big reveal of the TIME 100 — our editors’ picks for the most influential and interesting people in the world.
Do airlines really need kid-free zones?
Summer vacation may be fun for kids, but it’s a headache for working parents who need to research an encyclopedia’s worth of options for camp.
The author says being a grandparent is liberating in a way that parenthood can’t even approach. Think of it as a bonus round, a chance to really enjoy children.
A Scottish study finds that moms think the advice to breast-feed for six months is unrealistic. They call for scaling back expectations, but advocates say that’s the wrong approach.
Easter egg hunts are for kids. But when pushy parents in Colorado muscled their way in and grabbed all the eggs — for their children, of course — an annual hunt was canceled.
Should children conceived after a father’s death be eligible for government benefits? The Supreme Court’s not sure.
A mommy blogger channels a nation’s worth of maternal angst by admitting she’s guilty of having judged other parents. And by the way, she regrets it.
The actress, neuroscientist — and, now, author — extolls the virtues of co-sleeping, extended breast-feeding and wearing baby as a bodily accessory.
Are single moms more apt to hurt their children? Two Republican legislators believe they are and have introduced legislation to raise awareness of the threat.
Profanity has garnered the new documentary Bully an R-rating, but anti-bullying advocates argue that the film should be PG-13, so more kids can see the film in schools and theaters without parents tagging along.
Young girls are asking strangers on the Internet to weigh in on their looks. As one commenter writes, shouldn’t they be busy playing with dolls?
When Beyoncé breast-fed Blue Ivy at a restaurant, was she intentionally making a statement about a woman’s right to nurse in public?