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?
A new study suggests that being wealthy primes people to act like jerks.
In her essay, Emily Rapp freely admits she would have aborted her son, who has Tay-Sachs disease, a disorder she expects will kill him this year. What would Rick Santorum say?
In the past week, there have been student shootings at a U.S. high school and an elementary school. Are guns on campus part of the new academic reality?
Are mothers perpetuating the attitude that fathers can’t parent as well as they can?
Not all employers wish their pregnant employees well: the number of pregnancy-related discrimination charges have jumped by 35% in the past decade
Author Pamela Druckerman praises the French for imposing discipline and order on their kids. But do these high expectations come at the expense of hugs and kisses?